There are normally two semesters in a full-time academic year in most of China’s colleges, Fall and Spring. Occasionally, some may provide Summer or Winter session for short-term program study.
The application of Fall semester usually opens in February and closes by the end of July; On the other hand, the application of Spring semester is between November and January.
It is suggested to start application the sooner the better because we can help offer multiple choices for applicants and prepare for any unexpected condition in advance. Besides, the university usually commences to accept applications at the beginning. A qualified student will have a better chance to get admission as well as scholarship. In the worst case you miss the deadline, check with us for further details.
It may vary by different university/program. Basically, you need to meet the requirements of age, academic performance, and language proficiency. Contact us for detailed information.
Yes, you have to provide the official certificate (TOEFL or IETLS is recommended). The requirement can be waived if you are a native English speaker, or you have ever graduated from a program taught in English.
It depends. If you are planning to apply for a program taught in Chinese, then it would be required, and the level is set up differently by university/program. If you are applying for a program taught in English, it would not be necessary to take HSK.
1. Fill out the questionnaire
2. Get your best match program/university
3. Submit required documents
4. Pay registration fee (Non-refundable, required by the university)
It is more likely to find programs taught in English in a bigger city, such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, where there are well established opportunities and educational resources to get fully immersed into the new environment. Beijing, the ancient capital of China and political center, is characterized as its long history and culture; Shanghai, the economic heart of China, is famous for its modernization and internationalization as a metropolis; Shenzhen, the special economic zone, has been one of the biggest four cities and another major modern metropolis in China.