FAQ

  • If i want to study in China what should i do ?

    Studying in China is the same as studying in other countries in the world. An international student needs to find the university/department which he/she wants to apply for, and understand the requirements and qualifications, and then begin to prepare the materials. The basic materials for application: >Application form >Resume >Valid passport >Highest degree certification and transcript >Reference letter >Study plan >Good conduct / no criminal report

  • Entry requirements in chinese universities

    What are the entry requirements to Chinese universities for international students? It depends on what degree you are applying for. You must meet the minimum requirements for each degree as well as prepare and submit all required application documents correctly. By Degree Level Foundation Programs Must be 16 to 25 years old. If under 18, you need to find a guardian in China. Bachelor's -Must have graduated from senior high school (such as A-Level or equivalent qualifications) with good grades and academic background. -Must be under 30 years old, but some programs can be flexible. Master's -Must have obtained a bachelor's degree. -Must meet GPA requirements, but some programs can be flexible. -For non-native English speakers, you may be required to submit an English Language Test Certificate such as IELTS. PhD -Must obtained a master's degree. -Non-native English speakers may be required to submit an English Language Test Certificate.

  • is the cost of living in china too high?

    Although prices in China are rising, the cost of living here is still favorable compared with most developed countries. You will be amazed by how comfortably you can live and how strong your purchasing power is. Compared to developed countries, the cost of living and studying in China is relatively low. Accommodation in Beijing is roughly RMB 2,000-3,000 yuan per month. An average meal costs around 30-50 yuan. The subway has a flat rate of 2 yuan and buses within the city are even cheaper. Smaller cities and those in China’s central and western regions are particularly inexpensive.