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Frequently Asked Questions by International Students

Why choose China for your studies?

Apart from the economical cost of living for international students, there are several compelling reasons to consider studying in China:

Attain high-quality education with specialized programs.

Learn Mandarin Chinese, enhancing your post-graduation prospects.

Immerse in a progressive and modern national environment.

Cultivate valuable connections to support your professional ambitions.

Is China a safe destination for international students?

Certainly, China provides a secure environment for global scholars, backed by specific laws and regulations to ensure their well-being.

However, as with any foreign country, it's advisable to exercise caution and stay vigilant. Keep emergency contact numbers for the police and your embassy handy.

What are the regulations for obtaining a student visa in China?

Acquiring a student visa involves a fee and is part of the overall expenses for international students in China. For detailed information about student visas, please refer to THIS link.

What is the typical teaching approach and classroom structure in China?

Teaching methods and class setups differ across Chinese universities. Generally, expect a mix of lectures, interactive sessions, and practical training.

What are the available modes of transportation in China?

China offers a range of transportation options, including the Metro/Subway, high-speed trains, and buses for land travel. Opting for public transport instead of ride-hailing apps can significantly reduce your expenses while studying in China.

Can I apply for scholarships in China?

Scholarships can greatly alleviate the cost of living in China for international students. Various entities, including the Chinese government, universities, organizations, and foundations, offer scholarships based on your credentials.

What are some recommended travel destinations in China during academic breaks?

China boasts numerous captivating tourist spots.

In Beijing, you can explore iconic sites like the Great Wall of China, Forbidden City, and Tiananmen Square. Meanwhile, Shanghai offers The Bund, Yu Garden, and Shanghai Disneyland.

Xi'an boasts the Ancient City Wall, Muslim Quarter, and the Terracotta Army. Additionally, Chengdu provides attractions such as the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, Jinli Ancient Street, and Leshan Giant Buddha.

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