FAQ: How to Contact Us at China Admissions

Many students have questions about Chinese university programs and how to apply, and want to know how to contact us at China Admissions. Here are the helpful resources and contact details for China Admissions for interested students.

1. FAQ and Support Page

If you have a question, check our FAQ page first. In our years of experience, we have probably encountered students in your situation before and already answered the question.

You can fill out this form to ask us a question, we will reply within 1-3 days.

You can also ask a question (and see the questions other students have asked!) on our Ask A Question page.

2. Search our Blog

Our blog is another great resource. With dozens of new articles a month, we have plenty of information and insider tips for you to search.

If you can’t find the answer to your question in a blog article, leave us a comment!

3. Send us an Email

If you want to get in touch with an admissions officer, you can send us an email at apply@china-admissions.com.

If you want to upgrade to our Guaranteed Application Service, which includes 1-on-1 calls with our admissions officers, click here.

Please note, there are some students we cannot help submit their applications to Chinese universities, including…

  1. PRC, Taiwan, Macao, or Hong Kong citizens
  2. CSC Scholarship students
  3. Students currently in China with a visa expiring within 60 days
  4. Last-minute students applying under 10 days before the deadline

Why can we not process applications from these students, and what can you do instead? Click here to find out. If you are in one of these groups, you can still use our website, database, and blog as a free resource!

4. Join our WeChat Group

You can also join our WeChat community that is exclusively for China Admissions students. Click here.

You can also follow our WeChat account for weekly updates and news.

Now you know how to contact us! We are happy to help you achieve your dreams of studying in China. You can contact China Admissions using one of the options above.

Savannah Billman has a master's degree in Chinese Law and Society at the Yenching Academy of Peking University. She holds a B.A. from NYU Shanghai and has also written for The World of Chinese, TechNode, SupChina, and Sixth Tone.
Savannah Billman

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