Why should I study in China?

The "Country of the Center" with a strong unfolded history and antique sites and relics, imperial palaces, splendid cultural heritage, and diversified folk customs...

How to study in China?

Studying abroad in China provides opportunities for international students to view things from the Chinese perspective. China has become one of the most popular study abroad destinations for international students because of its long history and rich culture.

National performance: China

Percent of all Universities 100% 80% 60% 40% < below Average above > 40% 60% 80% 100% Teaching & Learning 4.545454545454546% 86.36363636363636% Research 21.568627450980394% 60.78431372549019% Knowledge Transfer 48.888888888888886% 31.11111111111111% International Orientation 55.172413793103445% 27.586206896551722% Regional Engagement 20.58823529411765% 67.6470588235294%

How much does it cost to study in China?

Peking University – one of China's top-ranked universities – charges an average application fee of 1,128 yuan (£129). Tuition fees are 23,230 yuan (£2,670) per year. A Chinese undergraduate degree takes four years to complete; a student at Peking should expect to spend 92,927 yuan (£10,686) in total on tuition.

Do I need a Student Visa for China?

Students who wish to study in China need to apply for a visa. Foreign students studying in China are required to hold an ordinary passport and either an X1 visa (study period of more than 180 days) or a X2 visa (study period of no more than 180 days.).

Applicants should apply for a Chinese visa from their nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate

Where to study in China

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