Frequently Asked Questions
Applying and Requirements
If you are under 18 years old, you need to have a guardian in China.
The guardian must be currently residing in China, and he/she can be either a Chinese citizen or a foreigner with a valid Chinese work permit. The guardian must go through the notarization process in order to provide the legal guardianship letter for your University application.
Here’s the list of documents required https://www.china-admissions.com/blog/required-documents/
In addition, most universities will also ask students to submit the following additional documents:
- Non-Criminal Record
- Foreigners Physical Examination Form
No, if you are applying for English-taught degree programs, you don’t need to provide HSK certificate.
But, if you are applying for Chinese-taught degree programs you’ll have to pass HSK (usually HSK 5 minimum).
Cost of Studying in China and Fees
The application fee is required by the University to process your application. It covers the cost of preparing your admissions letter and visa form and sending it to you in your home country.
The application fee is always paid before admission and it’s not refundable, no matter whether you get the admission or not.
The application fee is different in each University, but usually, it is around US$ 80-150 each.
Here is a list of scholarships we can help you can apply for, please check: https://apply.china-admissions.com/search/?keyword=scholarship
For Chinese Government Scholarship CSC fully-funded scholarship, Application period: January to March for the September intake.
You can apply by yourself on their official website www.campuschina.org or, you can use our Scholarship Consulting Service to help you apply for CSC Scholarship https://www.china-admissions.com/scholarship-application-service/