Frequently Asked Questions
<Choosing Programs> <Applying> <Enrolling in China>
There are three steps of applying for a University:
Step 1. Download and fill application form. The application form can be found on the admission page of the University you wish to study in on our site. List of universities is here.
Step 2. Upload required documents on the admissions page of the University of your choice or send them to us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3. Pay Application Fee.
Every university in China has application fee.
It is required to process the application documents, and covers the cost of preparing the students visa, and sending the documents to the students by mail in home country.
The application fee is always paid before admission and it’s not refundable, no matter whether you get the admission or not.
Our basic service is free, we also have a premium and VIP service . You can read more about our free service here. Please contact us for more information.
Every program and university has its own requirements, to know the requirements for a certain program, go to the page of the program.
Example: Bachelor’s in Pharmacy – Search for the program ➞ Clink on the name of the program ➞ scroll down to “Entry requirements”
If you searched for a program, and nothing was found, it means there is no available program in English in Chinese Universities. You can apply for Chinese language course, and then apply for the program in Chinese, or you can search for another program.
For scholarship advice and guidance, please register on our site: chinascholarships.co and the instructions will be sent to you.
No, if you are applying for English taught programs, you don’t need to provide HSK certificate. If you are applying for Chinese taught programs you’ll have to pass HSK (level depends on University and the program you are applying for).
If your previous education was taught in English or you are a native English speaker, then you don’t have to. If not, you have to provide the certificate (TOEFL or IELTS preferred).
No, for non-degree program you usually have to submit:
Photocopy of passport;
Photocopy of Highest Academic Diploma or Certificate;
A copy of guarantor’s passport or ID
But some Universities might require more documents, for more information contact us.
A guarantor is a person who will help you in case of financial or medical emergency. You have to submit it because the University needs to know that in case of emergency there will be a person who will take responsibility for you. You can download the sample of guarantor statement here.
Yes, students who are under 18 years old can study in China, but only non-degree programs. To study non-degree program they have to provide a guardian letter and a guardian’s ID/passport. The guardian has to be Chinese citizen or a foreigner with work visa in China.
For a degree programs students have to be 18 years old or above.
Read the article on our blog to know how to write a personal statement for Chinese Universities.
Read the article on our blog to know the approximate cost of living in China.