Study Abroad in China

Have you ever dreamed of visiting the Great Wall of China or exploring the Forbidden City? Maybe you're interested in learning about a new culture and trying new foods. Or, perhaps you're looking for an opportunity to stand out from your peers and improve your career prospects. Whatever your reasons for wanting to study abroad in China, we can help make your dream a reality. We have years of experience helping students just like you navigate the process of studying abroad.
When are the Semester Start Dates?
In China, the academic year typically starts in September or October, depending on the institution. Most universities have two semesters, with the first semester running from September to January and the second semester running from February to July. However, the specific start dates may vary from year to year and between different universities. It's always a good idea to check with your specific institution for their official start dates.
What does it cost to study?
Studying in China can cost between $3,000 to $12,000 per year for undergraduate programs and $4,000 to $15,000 per year for graduate programs. Living expenses vary by location, but typically range from $150 to $300 per month. Scholarships and financial aid options are available to help offset costs.
What type of Visa and Insurance do i need?
International students studying in China typically need to apply for an X1 or X2 student visa, depending on the length of their program. The X1 visa is for programs lasting longer than six months, while the X2 visa is for programs lasting six months or less. In addition, international students are required to have medical insurance that meets certain requirements, such as covering hospitalization and outpatient treatment. Some universities offer their own medical insurance plans for international students, while others may require students to purchase insurance from a designated provider. It is important to check with the university and relevant authorities for specific visa and insurance requirements.

What are the Admissions Requirements?
Admission requirements for studying in China typically include a completed application form, academic transcripts, language proficiency proof, standardized test scores (such as TOEFL or HSK), statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, and a copy of passport. Additional requirements may apply for specific programs. It's important to check with the specific university for their admission requirements and deadlines.
Where can i apply for Scholarships?
Scandinavian, German and Dutch students can apply for financial aid in the form of governmental loans and scholarships. If you live outside the mentioned countries, you can always apply for scholarships offered to international students by the university.