China, officially known as People’s Republic of China (PRC). It lies in East Asia which is most populous country in the world with 1.404 Billion of population. Its area is 9,600,000 square km.
China is surrounded by 14 countries touching its border which is the highest in the world. The capital city of China is Beijing and its currency is Renminbi, widely known as Chinese Yuan (CNY). The national language is Mandarin Chinese. China is considered as one of the most developed countries in the world. It is very developed in science and technology. It is quite fast in mass production and distribution. China is a nation which developed rapidly in last few decades. China is a member of WTO. It has world’s largest trading power. Not only has this but China also had the largest economy in the world since 2016.
China has vast and diverse landscapes. The landscapes of China vary significantly across its vast width. Its landscapes range from the Gobi and Taklamakan desert in the arid north to subtropical forest in the wetter south. The Himalaya, Karakoram, Pamir and Tian Shan mountain ranges separate China from other south and central Asia. China’s climate is different regionally but still it is dominated by dry seasons and wet monsoons. The climate varies due to complex topography in China. China is rich is biodiversity. It is third-most bio diverse country in the world. It has over 34,000 species of animals and vascular plants. 551 species of mammals live in China.
China is rich in culture and religion which is further decorated by Monasteries, Himalayas, Great Wall, Tibet and other more tourist places.
Talking about education, degree from China is globally recognized and popular among international students. The most fascinating matter of Chinese Education System is they provide scholarship to international students as well in large amount and in large numbers. The education system in China is both in Chinese and English.One need to attempt in IELTS to study in English in China. It is also famous for its MBBS degree around the world as well.
Living Expenses in China
China is quite affordable while it comes to accommodation and foods along with daily expenses. It is lesser in comparison to other many countries around the world for both studying and living. Most of the courses in China ranges from CNY 17,000 to CNY 65,000 per year but one should be updated about the fees because the amount of fees change every year. The fees vary as per the courses you choose to study. The living cost is comparatively higher is larger cities than in smaller one. Consequently, living expenses depend on the city you choose to live in.
Education System in China
China is a developed nation. It has done well in field of science and technology in last few decades. It is the development of education ultimately. Chinese government is investing heavily in international students. China has 39 institutions ranked in QS World University Ranking in 2018.
The education system in china:
Primary education: It is compulsory education level in China for the children of 5-6 years old for 6 years of time. It is subjected to be free of cost. Parents only pay for transportation, food and other miscellaneous expenses.
Secondary education: It is divided into- junior secondary and senior secondary education. The vocational and technical schools also lie in this education system in China.
International Education: It is focused in international schools which provide education in English to international students. There are increasing numbers of international universities in China.
Higher Education: China has over 2000 schools of higher education. Post graduate education is growing faster in China. China is popular for PhD among international students as well.
Top Courses in China
You can apply for other many courses you are interested in. China has wide ranges of courses to offer. Consult our office to know more about the courses and which will be suitable for you to study there, where and for how long.
Scholarship programs in China
China has a lot to offer in scholarship for international students.
CSC (China Scholarship Council): It is government council of China providing scholarship. It is regulates centrally from Beijing. The competition to get scholarship is tough. One needs to have 80% of academic. Students get 2500 RMB for Bachelors, 3000 RMB for Masters and 3500 RMB for PhD per month. There are some conditions for scholarship continuity. They are; 80% of college attendane, 60% academic marks.
Provincial Scholarship: Scholarship varies as per province. The opportunities, conditions and amount of scholarship might vary. It is less competitive and has 95% chances to get enrolled.
Partial Scholarship: It has 100% guarantee of enrollment. As its name suggest, it provides partial opportunity of scholarship. Tuition and dormitory is free and food cost should be borne by students themselves or sometimes different.
50% tuition free
Tuition free and self-dormitory
University Scholarship: This provides full scholarship to the students along with allowance of 500 RMB to 1700 RMB. It has 99% chances to get enrolled.
Intakes for Chinese student visa
Major intake: September, Deadline: March 15, 95% of programs are offered in this intake.
Minor intake: March, Deadline: December 15, 5% of programs are offered in this intake.
Applying for student visa in China
Eligibility to apply for student visa in China are:
Highest degree: 12
Academics: 55% and above
Gap: 4-5 years
Age limit: 35 years
Documents required to apply for Chinese Student Visa
All Academic Documents
Medical Report in Chinese Format
Two recommendation letters from previous institution in Nepal.