China has signed agreements on mutual recognition of degrees with almost all the developed countries in the world.
Higher education in China has been continuously growing and developing in the last 30 years. China is increasingly seen as one of the world’s best provider of good quality education. China has now signed agreements on mutual recognition of degrees with over 40 countries in the world, including USA, Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, Australia, Mexico, Thailand, Egypt, etc. There are now over 2,500 universities and colleges in China, with more than 30 million full-time enrollments in total. The system offers Bachelors, Masters Doctoral degrees, and also non-degree programs to foreign students. The popular degree programs in China would include Engineering, Business, International Trade, MBBS, etc., English and Chinese medium programs are both available. And there are also plenty of universities offering non-degree Chinese language and culture courses. With China’s rising national strength and popularity of Chinese in the world, China has grown into one of world’s most popular destinations of international students. According to 2015 data released by Ministry of Education of China, there are 397,635 foreign students studying in China, and this number will grow to 500,000 in 5 years.
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In China you can enjoy a pleasant life with a much lower cost compared with Western countries.
Compared to life in Western countries and even some Asian countries like Japan and Korea, study in China is significantly more affordable and comfortable.
The majority of Chinese universities are state-owned universities, which means they receive big amount of fund from the government and don’t live on the fees from students. The tuition fees of English medium programs would vary from 2000 USD to 3000 USD per year, even the usually expensive Medicine program would cost only 4000-5000 USD per year. The living expenses is also relatively inexpensive even in big cities like Beijing and Shanghai. Smaller cities are even cheaper; renting of a comfortable apartment would cost only 200 USD per month, and a meal can cost only 1-2 dollars.
Furthermore, Chinese government attaches great importance to international student’s education, supporting foreign students with huge amount of funding. In 2015, over 40,000 scholarships were offered to students from over 180 countries, taking 10% of the total enrollment. In addition, almost all the provincial governments and many universities provide various kinds of scholarships to attract good students. So actually a big part of the students who perform well at Chinese universities are possible to get some form of financial support from the university or government.
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As one of the world’s oldest continuous civilizations, China is undoubtedly the cultural treasure-house of East Asia.
China boasts one of the world’s oldest continuous civilizations. It is the cultural treasure-house of East Asia, and undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest travel destinations. As a matter of fact, over 100 million international visitors come to China every year.
China has a land border of about 22,800 kilometers in length, and the continental coastline of 18,000 kilometers. The sheer diversity of China’s terrain takes you from noisy cities fizzing with energy to isolated mountain-top 17th century villages where you can hear a pin drop. The climate is extremely diverse, from tropical regions in the south to subarctic in the north. Hainan Island is roughly at the same latitude as Jamaica, while Harbin, one of the largest cities in the north, is at roughly the latitude of Montreal.
Along with its 5000 years’ history, China is a land of superlatives, encompassing the Yangtze River, the Silk Road, the bamboo forests of the giant panda and misty peaks immortalized in traditional ink paintings. Meanwhile, the vibrant and distinctive culture of this great land is everywhere to be seen: from acrobatics to martial arts, calligraphy to Chinese opera, so on and so forth. China has 33 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. And don’t’ forget Chinese food ranks among the world’s great cuisines.
To live and travel in China would be an extraordinary experience of life.
Studying in the world’s most economically dynamic region can unlock boundless possibilities in your future career.
An experience abroad consistently ranks as one of the most important things that employers look out for. Not to mention a 4-5 years exposure to one of the world’s biggest and most rapidly growing economies. China is now host to numerous top multi-national firms or their subsidiaries; she makes more than 50% of the cameras sold worldwide; 30% of the air conditioners and televisions; 25% of the washing machines; 20% of the refrigerators; 40% of all microwave ovens sold in Europe. China is now the destination of goods from everywhere in the world, and Chinese companies are also investing everywhere in the world.
An experience in the world’s most economically dynamic region, good knowledge of the language and culture of the country would definitely make your CV stand out.