Study in China Guide
Are you interested in studying in China? There has never been a better time to study in the fastest growing economy. Get ahead of the rest, and give you career a head start, by building a greater understanding of China. Studying in China will be an adventure that you will never forget, and it will put you in good stead for China’s economic rise, while also providing you with sought after transferrable skills and cultural experience that will give you an edge in the job market. Check out our 8 reasons to study in China
“The value of a student’s international experience goes beyond purely the acquisition of language – it lies in the ability to see business and personal issues from other than your own cultural perspective.”
Charles Macleod, Head of UK Resourcing, PricewaterhouseCooper
About Chinese Universities
With over 2,000 Universities, and over 7 million Chinese students graduating from University each year, China has the largest network of Universities in the world. With 377,054 international students studying in China in 2014, China is now the third largest study abroad destination (after US and UK).
From the beautiful campus and cherry blossom of Wuhan University, to studying at Shanghai Jiaotong University in the bustling streets of Shanghai, and studying Chinese at the Central Academy of Drama in the old city of Beijing. You are sure to have a unique experience in China. For further information on Chinese Universities, click the University page here.
There hundreds of high quality programs in English, and short term Chinese language programs. Such as: Economics, Business, Finance, Law, or Chinese. You can study for 1 semester, 1 year, or take a Master’s or PhD program. Check out our searchable list of over 800 high quality programs in China, China Admissions also provides a free consulting service on skype to help students to choose programs, and assist you to apply.
What is life like in China for international students?
Living in China is a fascinating experience and can suit many different types of people. With the fast pace of economic growth, there are many opportunities for work or business. Chinese people are generally very welcoming and friendly to foreigners. Students can learn Chinese, kungfu, table tennis, and visit the many tourist sites in China and the surrounding region. You can also enjoy the many varieties and specialties of Chinese cuising, from hotpot, to xibei, dimsum to dumplings and roast duck. Studying in China makes for a rich life, and huge opportunities for personal growth.
Frederick Leclarcq from UK studied the LLM Program at CUPL, here is what he said about his experience.
“CUPL has an excellent reputation in the legal world. It is interesting and exciting studying law here in Beijing. Studying law in China is an excellent opportunity and I can’t think of any better place to do it than CUPL. My classes here are always interesting, students from different cultures and legal backgrounds discuss law in China with insightful and helpful professors.”
Frederick Leclarcq, LLM Student from UK
The cost of living in China is very low compared to other countries, with a wide variety of accommodation options to suit different budgets. The cost of food is also quite cheap, and there is a wide range of options. Check out our cost of living breakdown.
There are also a number of available scholarships in China. Students need to be sponsored by an institution in order to get a scholarship. The institution can be the Chinese embassy in your country or University. The scholarships are only open to students who are applying to start in September, not in February.
To proceed with studying in China, you first need to choose a suitable program, and start preparing your documents. We provide a free consulting service to you at firstname.lastname@example.org.