Study in China for Fall 2019- China has been touted as the world’s fastest growing economy and many students wish to study in China to learn more about the history of the country and be part of the growth story of China. There are a few universities in China which are internationally well known and students can study in English in these institutions. The living costs in most cities in China is relatively cheap and the standard of living is high. Getting work permits in China is not easy and most students struggle to find jobs after graduation. Scholarships are rare in China and students have to bear their entire of education and living expenses. If students are willing to learn Chinese, they would have a better experience while studying in China. SOP-Edits guides you with the best career options for admissions in China.
China’s economy has attracted international students from all over the world to study in China. The government of China is making strong efforts to promote higher education by increasing university funding and thus trying to make China a scientific and academic world leader. The academic degree awarded by the Chinese universities is recognized by most developed countries.
Average tuition fees are about 35,000 Yuan per year and average living expenses are about 10000 Yuan per year. Fees vary from institute to institute and some programs including an MBA have higher fees.
Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available for international students, at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The scholarship committee considers the overall profile of students including the past academic record, standardized test scores, extracurricular activities and past achievements while deciding scholarship and financial aid awards.
Students from India can get education loans from state banks for up to Rs.2.5 Million. Security of up to 100% of the loan amount will be needed and the repayment period varies from 5-7 years. Please contact individual banks for more information.
International students can work in China once they have been hired by a company. Getting employment for international students in China is not easy due to stiff competition from local Chinese students.
Most frequent questions and answers
Generally students require F1 visa to pursue their academics in US. However there are different types of visas which fit the bill for different purposes. For example you are issued a M1 visa -if you plan to engage in a non-academic vocational training at a US institute. The J1 visa allows for a student to take training for that part of the academic course which is available only in US. it’s more to do with student exchange programs
When you enter the United States on a student visa, you will usually be admitted for the duration of your student status. That means you may stay as long as you maintain full-time student status, even if the F-1 visa in your passport expires while you are in America. However, if you depart the USA with an expired visa, you will need to obtain a new one, applying at an Embassy abroad, before being able to return to America and resume your studies. When you complete the course of studies shown on your I-20, and any authorized practical training, you are allowed an additional 60 days in the USA, to prepare for departure from the country, or to transfer to another university.
The estimated living cost varies between $8,000 to $15,000 annually depending on the state you will be pursuing your education in.
There are a number of options when it comes to deciding where you will live when you are living and studying in the United States.: 1.) On-Campus Dormitories 2.) Off-Campus Apartments 3.) Homestays
Normally, Universities application deadline and document deadline is different. If not, you can send the available document at the time of application first and complete rest of the document (GRE/GMAT/IELTS) within 1-1.5 months to follow. However, if final semester/year marksheet is pending that Universities will demand only after they will be issues, make sure you mention a prospective date of result announcement and document receipt at the time of application.
Step 1 : First of all you need to ascertain the type of visa used /applied by you. Read about the different types of visa in Common Nonimmigrant Visas. Also check the visa waiver program. Step 2: The next step involves you to complete Nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application DS160. Make sure to give all your details accurately. You also need your DS160 doc to book your appointment for the same. Step 3: Pay up the visa Fee which is usually $160.