Basic Info about China
|Area||9,596,961 km2 (3,705,407sq mi)|
|Population||1,373,541,278 (2016 estimate)|
|GDP (PPP)||Total: $23.2 trillion (2017estimate)
Per capita: $16,676
Why study in China in a Glance?
- Studying in Chinais an excellent opportunity to explore the world’s most populous country. You will experience China’s unique blend of ancient and modern civilization, as well as its scenic beauty and bustling nightlife. Visit new places with other students from around the world who you meet, and you’ll find yourself opening your eyes not just to China, but to the whole world.
- Fortunately, in major cities like Beijing, Shanghai, or Guangzhou, there are classes taught in English that cater to the growing international student population.
- Studying and living in China is cheaper than studying and living in European countries, the U.S., Japan, South Korea and many other countries. For example, for non-EU citizens the tuition fee for studying at a UK university is at least 7000 pounds (about 10,000 U.S. dollars) annually. The cost of living can even reach up to 13,000 pounds. Meanwhile, the United States and Australia have the world’s most expensive tuition fees.
- When it comes to economics, China has been the world’s fastest growing country for the past 30 years. Even during the financial crisis, China’s economic growth has maintained a level of 8%, a pace unthinkable in other countries. The current rise of China has made it very clear that people who can speak Chinese and have firsthand experience of living in China are going to have a great advantage in terms of employment.
- China is striving to build more world-class universities, and investing heavily in higher education. Aside from China’s unique Chinese language, calligraphy, martial arts and other cultural subjects, Chinese degree programs in majors such as engineering, science, medicine, trade, MBAas well as finance are highly revered. As for those who don’t know any Chinese, many universities offer degree programs taught in English, so you can earn your degree while learning the most widely spoken language in the world.
- China is an increasingly popular destination for students from around the world, with the number of international students in China doubling in the past 10 years. China is already the fourth most popular destination for travel generally and has the third-largest population of international students, behind the US and the UK..
- The Chinese people are eager to entice Westerners to visit and learn about the wonders of China. You’re also likely to encounter sympathetic professors and tutors who have studied in the West and know what it feels like to be in a foreign setting.
- You’ can run into unique customs as you travel to different parts of China, but everyday life, believe it or not, will be just as new and fulfilling. Living and interacting with local Chinese and immersing yourself in Chinese society will provide you with a new way of visualizing the world and giving you the kind of insight that just doesn’t come from textbooks.
- You can make your CV stand out Studying abroad consistently ranks as one of the top things that employers look out for. Though living in China is definitely not as scary as you might think, adapting to a new culture does develop your confidence, independence and problem-solving skills. Time spent studying in a whole new country will give your CV that added edge
February – March
August – September
- Undergraduate Program:
1.Minimum HSC/A level and SSC/O level pass and GPA not less than 3.00
2.Good command in English
- Postgraduate Program:
1.Minimum bachelor degree pass and CGPA not less than 2.5
2.Good command in English
1.All academic Certificate & Transcript (scan copy from original).
2.IELTS test certificate(If Any)
3.Valid passport (minimum validity of 6 months-scan copy of whole passport).
4.Photograph (8 copies-3.5*4.5cm with Blue Background).
5.Job experience documents( If any)
More Additional Info
Educational gap not more than 3 years for both Undergraduates and Postgraduates (relaxed for job experience for postgraduates).
Application fee of different major for different degree in every university varies from 90 USD to 150 USD, normally not in excess of 200 USD.
Tuition fee of Chinese universities is quite low compared with that of UK/USA.
The estimated average tuition fee ranges from: 3300 USD (around20,000 RMB) to 9900 USD (around 60,000RMB) per year.
Living cost in metropolitan areas like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou would be 4500-5000RMB/month (around 740 USD-830 USD/ month); Other cities would be around 1500-3500RMB/month (around 250 USD-580 USD/ month). However, this mainly depends on your lifestyle, though eating out in China is very cheap compared to many other countries.