Here are our simple reasons to tell you that if you decide to study in China, you are making a great choice:

    China is located in East Asia and borders the western part of the Pacific Ocean. It has a land area of more than 9.6 million square kilometers, and a mainland coastline of more than 18,000 kilometers. Its water area, including inland sea and marginal sea, is over 4.7 million square kilometers, in which there are more than 7,600 islands of every size. Among them, the island of Taiwan is the largest, with an area of 35,798 square kilometers. China borders 14 countries and is adjacent to 8 island countries on the sea. By provincial administrative division, China has 4 municipalities, 23 provinces, 5 autonomous regions and 2 special administrative regions. Its capital is Beijing. There are 56 ethnic groups in China, which is a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-dialect and multi-text country. The common language is Mandarin and standard Chinese characters. The official website of the Chinese government.

    China has basically formed its own special education development pattern, with special education schools as the backbone, regular classes or special classes in ordinary schools as the main form, and sending teachers to families, homeschooling and community education as a supplement. There are 2,852 higher education institutions in China, among which 2,560 are regular colleges and universities, and 292 are adult colleges and universities. In higher academic education, there are 326,700 PhD students, 1,584,700 postgraduates, 15,766,800 undergraduates, 10,486,100 regular junior college students and 6,359,400 adult college and adult junior college students. Among the teachers of regular colleges and universities in China, the full-time teachers in colleges and universities total 1,573,000, of which 68.4% has master’s degree[l1] and 41.9% senior professional titles. China’s higher education institutions have assigned 44,200 students and received 37,600 foreign students for international academic exchanges and cooperative researches which have attendees as many as 163,900. China has held 2,291 international academic conferences, with 93,500 academic papers discussed and 18,700 invited lectures given.

    Quality Development

    improving the quality of education in China in an all-round way and making significant progress in education modernization are the main goals of China’s educational development in the future. The main tasks include strengthening students’ social responsibility, innovation, entrepreneurship and hands-on ability; encouraging the development of universal pre-schooling; promoting the balanced development of compulsory education; universalizing high school education; speeding up the development of modern vocational education; transforming the qualified undergraduate institutions into application-oriented colleges and universities; adopting a balanced approach in terms of building world-class universities and disciplines; improving the ability of colleges and universities in teaching and innovation; speeding up the building of a learning society; and making great efforts in promoting educational equality. The supplementary measures to achieve the main objectives include strengthening the training of teachers, deepening the reform of the examination and enrollment system, improving the education investment mechanism, promoting and regulating the development of private education, promoting education informatization, strengthening international cooperation and exchanges in education, and deepening the innovation and entrepreneurship-oriented educational reform.

    Document Checklist for Study Abroad

    1. Application Form

    2. Scanned Copy All Academic Certificates and Transcripts

    3.IELTS Score (If Applicable)

    4. Passport Copy

    5. Reference Letter for the Graduate Program Only

    6. Curriculum Vitae fot the Graduate Program Only

    7. Letter of intent for the Graduate Program Only

    8. GMAT/GRE Score fot the Graduate Program

    9. Police Clearance Certificate

    10. The Documents of Financial Sponsorship to support of the proposed studies (by sponsor)

    11. Work Experience Certificate (If Applicable)

    12. Bank Statement and Solvency Certificate

    13. Two (02) Recomendation Letters

    14. Non Refundable VISA Application Fee

    15. Parents Declaration (If Applicable)

    16. A Letter of Offer from institutions

    17. An electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from universities; this is issued after you have paid your first installment, and other required fees

    18. A medical check-up

    19. Proof of academic history and English proficiency

    More documents may be required, depending on each school’s request.

    University application deadlines for China

    The academic year in China usually has two semesters, spring semester and autumn semester, except for a few higher educational institutions who implemented a three-semester system. It is best to figure out every university’s specific application deadline for each semester, but these are the general recommendations:

    For spring semester: submit the application until 15th of July

    For autumn Semester: submit the application until 30th of April

    Final steps after receiving your acceptance letter

    Studying in China means a few extra steps after the application process:

    Within 30 days of your arrival in China, you will have to obtain a residence permit from a local public security office or police station.

    Arrange a health insurance plan; this has to cover accidental injury and medical treatments and cover at least around 62,000 USD. You can get your insurance from your home country or purchase a health insurance card once you arrive in China.

    Entry Requirements: For the pre-Masters courses, typical entry requirements are at least 3 years of higher education and UKVI IELTS 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in all skills). If you do not meet the English language entry level but have at let UKVI IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in all skills) you can do a course that includes extended English and skills (EES).


    Students may be able to start in spring (January – April), summer (May – August) or autumn (September – November)

    International student visa requirements

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    Studying overseas is an exciting opportunity for lots of people. Anyone can do it. With the right visa applications in place and a clear direction, you can enjoy the opportunities to improve your skill set and enjoy new career opportunities. You can also work while studying, enjoy the culture and lifestyle, and meet new like-minded people. Read through the information below, or contact us to enquire about a student visa and how you can apply.