Moving to China: International Student’s Guidebook

Are you beginning a course in China this September? Congratulations for embarking on this exciting academic journey! Pursuing a qualification is a valuable investments you can make in yourself, opening the doors to both opportunities and personal growth. To add to that, embracing a new country, culture and environment is an experience that will enrich your life in countless ways. Welcome to this incredible journey where learning knows no boundaries.

As you prepare for your move to China, you may find some aspects challenging, especially if you don’t speak the Chinese language. We have been in your shoes, and so we took our own experiences to put together a comprehensive guidebook for you.

Presenting “Moving to China: International Student’s Guidebook”  – a must-have resource packed with practical information for students like you. This interactive PDF compiles everything you need to know from before you depart, what to do when you arrive, and tips for settling in to student life in China.

What’s Inside:

🛫 Part 1: Departure

  • Immigration & Visa
  • Travel Essentials
  • Booking a Flight & Hotel
  • Health Insurance
  • Chinese Culture & Etiquette

🛬 Part 2: Arrival

  • Basic Chinese Phrases
  • Registration
  • Finding Long-Term Accommodation
  • Setting Up the Essentials
  • WeChat and Other Apps
  • Top Tips

🏠 Part 3: Settling In

  • Managing Finances
  • Local Cuisine
  • Transportation
  • Safety
  • Study Tips
  • Job Opportunities
  • Festivals & Holidays
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Chinese Language Learning

🔗 Part 4: Useful Links

Get Your Copy

Here’s how to get your hands on the guidebook: 

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📸 Share Your Journey:

Are you already in China or getting ready to go? Share your enrollment stories, experiences, photos, videos, or tips on social media with the hashtag #ChinaAdmissions and #MovingtoChina, or tag us! We will email you the guidebook as a token of our appreciation.

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🌐 Check Back on this Blog:

Flip through the guidebook right here on our website. Check back very soon for the release!

University Partners

Looking for a valuable resource to support your international students’ journey to China? Our “Moving to China: An International Student’s Guidebook” is a comprehensive tool designed to ease the transition for students arriving this September. We welcome universities to distribute this guidebook to your incoming international students. You’ll be offering them a wealth of practical advice, cultural insights, and essential information, ensuring a smoother start to their academic journey.

Look out for an email from us containing a downloadable link to the file, or get in touch with us if you haven’t already.

Stay Tuned!

Whether you are still in your home country awaiting your moving day, or if you’ve already arrived or even been in China for awhile, “Moving to China: An International Student’s Guidebook” is designed to be your trusty companion. We hope it will help make your journey as smooth as possible. We wish you all the best in this next step towards an exciting and promising future.

Kay is a marketing assistant at China Admissions. A "third-culture kid" based in Thailand, she has had lifelong exposure to international communities and has worked with top global brands. Having studied abroad herself, she encourages young minds to invest in their self-development and foster an appreciation for new countries and cultures.
Kay Marlowe

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