Study in china
China has the world’s second largest economy and has become one of the most popular and sorted out tourist destinations in the world. Chinese Mandarin is the major language with such variation visitors can expect to see a range of cultures, cuisines, and lifestyles across China.
What can you study in China?
There is a variety of short and long terms programs taught in English and Chinese. Some of the most popular programs are: International Business, Financial Engineering, Medicine Law or Chinese. The duration of some of these short terms programs runs for a year or one semester according to the school curriculum however, for detailed information on Masters and PDH programs kindly check our website oversea admission.net
Most popular programs:
– Chinese Language Programs
– Bachelor’s Programs
– MBBS (Medicine) and BDS
– Master’s Programs
– LLM (Master’s in Law)
– PhD Programs
Life in China for international students
China has become the second most attractive destination for international students after the USA and overtaking the UK. With over 4000+ programs that are majorly taught in English and a very buoyant economy, it is no surprise that it has become an attractive destination
China is diverse with a cultural history dating more than 5000BC; its growth year over year of about 10% is second to none and has been tipped to usurp the USA in terms of economy in the next 10 years.
Regarding the application process, Chinese universities allow international students to choose one of the following options:
For many, the easiest and the most convenient way is to apply online, directly at the website of your chosen university.
• Apply through admissioniverseas (China University Application Centre) – you can apply for a Chinese university, but this website is also online advisor and professional guide, helping you get the right decision regarding your study choice in China.
Language requirements for Chinese university application
If you want to apply for an English-instructed degree, accepted language tests are:
For a Chinese-taught programme, HSK tests are accepted as follows:
• HSK elementary – for Science, Engineering and Medicine degrees.
• HSK intermediate – for the rest of the degrees (such as Liberal Arts, Economics, Management and more).
University application deadlines for China
While most schools run two semesters in China the best decision is to find out specific requirements and deadline for each university but from our professional experience we advise application document should submit your document:
• For spring semester: submit the application until 15th of July
• For autumn Semester: submit the application until 30th of April