Study Abroad in China
Study in China for International Students
China is the world’s most populous state. With well over a population of 1.38 billion. It’s also one of the fastest growing economies in the world as in need of qualified professionals with degrees. The educational institutions available for international students in China are of very high reputation and prestige. In recent years, China has poured a lot of money in their educational system, and has begun to provide many full scholarships for college students. The universities are renowned for their excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Recently, Chinese schools have been ranked some of the best in the world for science and math. There are several great colleges in China, with each province having their share of great colleges. For the most part, a safe bet for top colleges and universities are in big cities like Beijing and Shanghai. There are also smaller colleges in rural areas, but It is advised that the best places to study are around the big city where internship and career positions are the best and educational opportunities are many.
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- INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT (FIRST 1-8page)
- 6 PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPHS
- SPONSORSHIP LETTER
- SECONDARY SCHOOL TESTIMONIAL
- SECONDARY SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT
- BANK STATEMENT (Min of 2.5 -4M MUST BE IN ACCOUNT FOR 28 DAYS)
- BANK REFERENCE LETTER
- BIRTH CERTIFICATE
- 2 REFERENCE LETTERS (Masters)
- BSc CERTIFICATE
- PERSONAL STATEMENT
- POLICE CHARACTER
Generally speaking, China is a safe country to travel around, and most people you meet are friendly, honest, and trustworthy. However, China is far from immune to crime, the weather can affect travel plans, and accidents do happen. With over 55 million visitors each year, China is the third most popular travel and study destination in the world. By and large, travelling in China is safe and your safety is China’s number one priority, but there are always things that you can do to stay healthy and avoid unnecessary danger.