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Introduction to enrollment of advanced education programs

I. About the Programs

(I) Chinese Language Program

This program offers courses for different levels and curriculums, namely Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced, Pre-University as well as Intensive Training. A scientific learner-centered method with clear focus and the great flexibility is adopted to enhance the communication skills of the students. A variety of activities are offered for practicing language skills and experiencing Chinese culture in authentic situations.

To lay a solid foundation for students in their undergraduate and graduate studies, the pre-university courses added basic sports-related vocabulary items in addition to fundamental Chinese knowledge and skills. The course length is one semester or one academic year.

Main Courses: Speaking, Listening, Comprehensive Chinese, Extensive Reading, Newspaper Reading, Writing, Chinese Culture, Grammar, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Painting, etc.

 

(II) Wushu and TCM Programs

The school also offers courses such as Chinese Martial Arts (Wushu), Chinese Martial Arts for Health Preservation, Sanda Courses, TCM Massage, and Sports Rehabilitation. The course length is one semester to one academic year. A non-degree certificate will be awarded to those who get a passing grade at the end of the course at BSU.

 

II. Application Requirements

(I) Highschool graduates with ages ranging from 18 to 55;

(II) Do NOT have a Chinese nationality according to the Nationality Law of the People’s Republic of China and hold a valid ordinary passport;

(III) Are physically and mentally healthy; meet the physical examination requirements for Chinese Visa and Residence Permit in China as well as the physical examination requirements for BSU programs to ensure their study and life in China;

(IV) Have no record of discipline violation, public security punishment, or criminal conduct; show respect towards China and behave well; comply with Chinese laws and university regulations, and respect Chinese customs.

 

III. Application & Enrollment Procedure 

(I) Application

BSU offers online applications. Applicants should register at http://121.194.16.14/default.aspx to fill in the registration information and upload the application materials as required.

 

1. Materials for Application:

1) Copy of first passport page;

2) Original and certified copy of the highest diploma in Chinese or English;

 

2. Schedule of Application:

Spring Enrollment: The application should be submitted between December 1 and December 31 of the previous year;

Fall Enrollment: The application should be submitted between February 1 and June 1 of the current year.

Note:

Since the spread of COVID-19 has not been effectively controlled on a global scale, it is suggested that spring starters in March 2021 postpone their admission time. BSU will publish the detailed admission date on the admission website according to the notice from the competent authority.

Applicants for the Chinese Government Scholarship are required to apply at the website specified by China Scholarship Council, and the applicants for the Confucius Institute Scholarship are required to apply at the Confucius Institute

 

(II) Review

BSU will review the application materials and organize video interviews. The admission results will be determined based on the review of the materials and the ranking of the interviews.

During the review period, applicants can log into the BSU International Student Service System to view application updates, progress, and relevant notices.

 

(III) Admission

Applicants who pass the materials review and the interview/assessments will be informed via email by late January (spring enrollment) and early July (fall enrollment) each year. 

BSU shall issue the Admission Notice and the form for “Visa Application for Study in China” (JW201/202 Form) and other relevant admission documents to applicants who pass the review. It usually takes 4-5 weeks to mail out the materials after the admission process is completed.

Please apply for an X1 or X2 Visa (study visa) at the Chinese Embassy (Consulate) with the BSU Admission Notice and the form for “Visa Application for Study in China” (JW202/201 Form).

 

(IV) Registration

New students should register in person at BSU within the time specified in the Admission Notice. When registering, the students are required to present the Admission Notice, JW201/202 Form in original, passport, application materials in original, and four 2-inch certificate photos on white background. Those who already did a physical examination in their home country are required to provide the original medical examination records.

 

(V) Second Review

BSU will conduct a second review on the application materials after admission and is entitled to withdraw its decision of admission and disqualify any applicant in case of an unconformity between the applicant and their Admission Notice, student information, and other materials, or other violations such as fraud or committing irregularities.

 

IV. Tuition and Fees

(I) Application fee: CNY 400

(II) Tuition fee: CNY 10,000/semester,

CNY 20,000/academic year

(III) Accommodation: Twin room: CNY 70/person/day

Single room: CNY 120/person/day

(IV) Other fees: Insurance: CNY 800/person/academic year

Visa: around CNY 500

Physical examination: around CNY 400

 

V. Scholarships

BSU offers various scholarships for international students. Please visit

https://wsc.bsu.edu.cn/lxsq/jxj/index.htm

for more information.

 

VI. Contact Information

Admission Office of Beijing Sport University

Address: Room 222, South Office Building, Beijing Sport University, 48 Xinxi Road, Haidian District, Beijing

Postcode: 100084

Tel: 0086-10-62989047, 62989342

(8:00-11:30 and 13:30-17:00 on weekdays)

Fax: 0086-10-62989047

E-mail: admission@bsu.edu.cn

Website: https://zs.bsu.edu.cn/index

[About Visa Application]

Admitted students shall apply for a Chinese study visa at the Chinese Embassy, using the Admission Notice and the form for “Visa Application for Study in China” (JW201/202 Form). Students who will study for more than 180 days shall apply for an X1 visa, and change it to a residence permit at BSU’s Office for International Exchange and Cooperation within 30 days upon arrival in China; students who will study for less than 180 days may apply for an X2 visa.

[About Medical Insurance]

China’s Ministry of Education stipulates that international students in China must purchase medical insurance during their stay in the territory of China. Students can purchase the medical insurance provided by Ping An Insurance at the Registration Office during the registration process. Students are unable to register without purchasing medical insurance as required.

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