The Application Season for 2022 Intake at Chinese Universities is Here!

2022 is not far around the corner – the year of the Tiger 🐅 虎

It will also be the year of the Winter Olympics in Beijing.

The 2022 application season for Chinese universities is ongoing NOW. If you want to study in China, the time has come to begin the process. 

There are several benefits to beginning the application process early:

  • Have plenty of time to complete your application and documents without rush or stress,
  • Admissions are on a first-come-first-serve basis, and
  • Some universities even offer discounts for early bird applicants!

Questions? China Admissions can help you at every stage of the process!

You can apply now for 2022 intake on China Admissions platform.

How will COVID-19 affect 2022 applications and admissions?

It is still unclear when China’s borders will open to students. It depends on the COVID situation and government policy.

Read our regularly updated Covid Update here: UPDATE: Covid and Online Classes

Undeniably, there is a certain degree of risk planning to attend university internationally during these times. However, it’s better to apply now and withdraw later than to miss the deadline and opportunity completely

To increase your chances of being able to travel, make sure to get vaccinated and follow the COVID-19 safety practices.

To look at all the countries in the world and their entry policies for international students, use our guide Global COVID Entry Policy Updates for International Students.

How to pick a program

Picking a university and program can be daunting. Use China Admission’s free, searchable platform where you can filter programs by city, tuition price, subject area, and more. 

How to prepare your application

Through China Admissions’ website, you can upload all your personal information and documents conveniently in one place. 

You will need to prepare the materials yourself, which may include documents such as:

  • Your passport
  • Previous graduation certificates and transcripts
  • A physical examination
  • Any application essays
  • …and other documents required by the university. 
  • Learn more about required documents here

If you need English language proficiency certification, China Admissions will help you take the updated International English Test (IET). You will be able to book it within 2-4 days, and the certificate will be ready in 3-7 days. 

To write a great application, read our guide on application mistakes to avoid and tips to succeed here.

Because some documents may take a while to prepare, we recommend beginning your application process as early as possible to be sure you have all the correct forms. Why should you apply early?

How to get scholarships

Chinese universities may be more affordable, but they still are not free. China Admissions has all the information you need to learn about and apply for scholarships to fund your university journey. Check out our resources here:

NOTE: Due to COVID-19, many scholarships can only be granted to students living in China, due to the terms of the scholarship and international money transfer guidelines. Some students currently not in China due to COVID report receiving none or just a percentage of their scholarship funds. If you plan to rely fully on scholarships, note that not being in China may impact the scholarship disbursement. 


Apply Now

As the 2022 Application Season opens, don’t miss this opportunity to begin a unique and worthwhile university experience in China. China Admissions is here to help you create a successful application to the school of your dreams!

More information about the application process is here.

There are hundreds of universities looking for students like you to join their campus! One such university is Shandong University (SDU), one of the fastest-growing schools and best universities for international students in China. Search programs at SDU for popular subjects such as economics, medicine, China Studies, and more right here on China Admissions.

Shandong University is one of the fasted-growing schools for international students in China.
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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