1. Q: What kind of university is the Central Conservatory of Music?
A: The Central Conservatory of Music is the only national key university among the national art schools. In 2017, it was selected as a national "Double First-Class" discipline construction university. There are now Department of Composition, Department of Music, Department of Conducting, Department of Piano, Department of Orchestra, Department of Folk Music, Department of Vocal Opera, Department of Music Artificial Intelligence and Music Information Technology, School of Music Education, Violin Production Research Center, Department of Humanities, and affiliated secondary music Schools, Modern Distance Music Education College, Continuing Education College, Gulangyu Piano School, and other educational institutions, and the Ministry of Education's Humanities and Social Sciences Key Research Base-Musicology Research Institute and other institutions. As of July 2018, the Central Conservatory of Music has a total of 3357 full-time students, including 1546 undergraduates, 672 masters, 118 doctoral students, and 1021 high school affiliated students. As a national music education center, a music creation, performance and research center, and a social music promotion center, the Central Conservatory of Music is a music school that represents the level of professional music education in China, has a complete set of majors, and enjoys a high reputation at home and abroad.
2. Q: What is the school code of the Central Conservatory of Music?
3. Q: What about visas for international students from the Central Conservatory of Music after they arrive in China?
A: The X1 visa needs to be converted into a residence permit within 30 days after arrival in China; the X2 visa does not need to be converted into a residence permit.
4. Q: What materials do I need to prepare for the X1 visa for international students from the Central Conservatory of Music to convert to a residence permit?
A: Admission notice (original), visa application form for foreigners studying in China (original), foreigner's physical examination form (original), original and photocopy of passport (photo page, visa page, and entry stamp page each), 3 photos (the size of a passport photo), new students will be organized by the staff of the International Students Office to handle them.
5. Q: I have purchased insurance in my own country, do I need to buy it when I come to the Central Conservatory of Music to study abroad?
A: Need to buy.
6. Q: Do all international students from the Central Conservatory of Music in China have to purchase medical insurance?
A: The Ministry of Education of China stipulates that all self-financed international students studying in China for more than half a year (including half a year) must go through the procedures for applying for China's comprehensive medical insurance at the time of registration, otherwise the school will not be registered. Premium: RMB 400/half a year, RMB 800/year.
7. Q: Can international students from the Central Conservatory of Music in China get insurance if they go to private hospitals for treatment?
A: No. The medical institutions involved in the medical insurance liability for international students are limited to public hospitals in the mainland of the People’s Republic of China.
8. Q: What are the application qualifications for undergraduates studying in China at the Central Conservatory of Music?
A: Those who have the equivalent of Chinese high school graduation can enter the school after passing the professional examination. The length of schooling is four or five years (composition, musicology, conducting, music education, vocal music, and opera are all five years), and the academic performance meets the relevant methods of our school for degree-awarding can be awarded a bachelor's degree.
9. Q: When is the application for the undergraduate program of the Central Conservatory of Music in China?
A: Applicants for undergraduates must log on to the Central Conservatory of Music website www.ccom.edu.cn for online registration at the beginning of December each year, and come to our school to take professional examinations from February to March of the following year. Those who are admitted will enroll in September ；
10. Q: What is the contact information of the Central Conservatory of Music?
A: Contact information:
Address: Central Conservatory of Music, 43 Baojia Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Post Code: 100031
International Exchange Office Tel: 66412585 66414259
11. Q: What scholarships can international students from the Central Conservatory of Music apply for?
A: Beijing Foreign Student Scholarship, Chinese Government Scholarship.
12. Q: When do international students from the Central Conservatory of Music apply for scholarships in China?
A: The CSC accepts applications for Chinese government scholarships from January to April each year.
13. Q: Does the Central Conservatory of Music international students need to pay attention to visa matters?
A: The admitted students must apply for a study visa to China at the Chinese Embassy with the Admission Notice and Study Visa Application Form (JW201/202). Those who study for more than 180 days must apply for an X1 visa, and within 30 days after arriving in China, they need to go to the International Exchange and Cooperation Office to convert the X1 visa into a residence permit for study. You can apply for an X2 visa within 180 days of study.
14. Q: What should I do when the information of international students coming to China from the Central Conservatory of Music changes?
A: When the information such as name, school, passport number, or residential address is changed, you must go to the Exit-Entry Administration Office of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau to go through the change procedures within 10 days. For example, after moving, you should apply for "Registration of Temporary Residence" at the police station of the place you moved to within 24 hours, and go to the International Student Office to obtain a visa application form, and then go to the Exit-Entry Administration Office to apply for a visa information change.
15. Q: What penalties will be imposed on the international students of the Central Conservatory of Music who violate the entry and exit regulations?
A: Article 42 of the "Implementation Rules of the Law of the People's Republic of China on the Administration of the Entry and Exit of Aliens" stipulates that illegal aliens can be given a warning or a fine of 500 yuan per day of illegal residence, and the total amount shall not exceed 5,000 yuan. Or they may be detained for more than 3 days but less than 10 days; those with serious circumstances will be detained within a time limit.
According to our school’s international student management regulations, international students involved in illegal residence and other violations of my country’s entry-exit management law will be disqualified from applying for scholarships that year, and those with serious circumstances will be ordered to withdraw from school.
16. Q: What should the foreign students of Central Conservatory of Music need to do to extend their residence permit?
A: When extending the residence permit, you must apply to the International Students Office with your passport, temporary residence registration, and a two-inch white background photo. After approved by the school and passed the pre-examination, take the "Foreigner Visa and Residence Permit Application Form" to the Exit-Entry Administration Office of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau to apply for the extension of the residence permit. It can also be handled through the Chamber of Commerce International. For specific procedures, please go to the Chamber of Commerce International Service Desk in the lobby of the International Cultural Exchange Center for consultation.
17. Q: How about the Central Conservatory of Music library?
A: The Central Conservatory of Music Library was founded in Tianjin in 1950 and moved to Beijing with the academy in 1958. The current library is located in the center of the teaching area of the college, with a building area of about 4780 square meters. As one of the most important teaching and auxiliary departments of the college, the library has been focusing on the construction of collections for many years. At present, it has collected more than 540,000 materials including books, periodicals, music scores, audio-visual materials, electronic databases, and other forms of media. It has formed an integrated and comprehensive service pattern including collection and editing, circulation, reading, reader consultation, audio-visual appreciation, data copying, on-site recording, and electronic database query, etc., to fully support the teaching and research work of the college.
18. Q: What are the application qualifications of the Central Conservatory of Music to study in China for a master's degree?
A: You can enter the university only if you have the equivalent of a Chinese university degree and have passed the postgraduate examination. The length of schooling is two to three years. A master’s degree can be awarded if the academic performance complies with the relevant measures of our school for degree award.
19. Q: What are the qualifications for applying for doctoral students studying in China at the Central Conservatory of Music?
A: With the equivalent of a Chinese master's degree, passing the doctoral examination of our school, the school system is three years, and the graduation results are qualified, and the doctorate can be awarded.
20. Q: What are the application qualifications for advanced students of the Central Conservatory of Music to study in China?
A: You can apply for advanced studies if you have graduated from a university and have obtained the equivalent of a Chinese master's degree. The length of schooling is one to two years, and a certificate of advanced studies will be issued to qualified grades.
21. Q: What are the application qualifications for general advanced students of the Central Conservatory of Music to study in China?
A: With a high school or higher education, the school system is one to two years, and a certificate of advanced studies will be issued if the grades are passed.
22. Q: When is the application for general and advanced students of Central Conservatory of Music?
A: Apply to the International Students Office of the Central Conservatory of Music in the 3-4 months before enrollment on March 1 or September 1, respectively.
23. Q: What is the application method for the Central Conservatory of Music to study in China?
A: How to apply:
- Those who apply for public funds to study in our college must apply to the relevant department through diplomatic channels in their home country.
- All students who apply for self-financed study abroad can apply directly to the International Students Office of our college. Please log on to the Central Conservatory of Music website www.ccom.edu.cn to download and fill in the "Central Conservatory of Music Application Form for International Students" and then fax or mail it to our school. After obtaining the information of our college, I must hold: (1) Notarized academic certificate and transcript (copy available) (2) If necessary, provide two letters of recommendation from professors (applicants for postgraduate exams) (3) My office Report 30-minute tapes of professional performances or singing works, or music works or music essays created by me, to our school to register and take professional examinations.
- Regulations on applicants’ Chinese proficiency: Foreign students applying for undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students must submit the "Chinese Proficiency Certificate" issued by the Foreign Affairs Office of the Central Conservatory of Music or the Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) Elementary and Intermediate Certificate (including the application for composition , Conducting, Musicology, Music Education majors must have an HSK Advanced Certificate), and after obtaining either of the above two certificates, they can transfer to the professional courses. Our school does not make rigid rules regarding their Chinese proficiency for foreign students applying for advanced studies.
24. Q: How much is the accommodation fee for international students from the Central Conservatory of Music?
A: The dormitory is a double room, 50 yuan per person per day per bed, and a private room is 100 yuan. The accommodation fee is paid in the first week of the semester.
25. Q: How much are the tuition fees for all the Central Conservatory of Music programs to study in China?
Undergraduate: RMB 38,000/academic year
Master's degree students: 43,000 RMB/academic year
Doctoral students: RMB 48,000/academic year
Ordinary scholars; 43,000 RMB/academic year
Senior scholars: RMB 48,000/academic year