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1. Q: What kind of university is China Foreign Affairs University?

A: The China Foreign Affairs University is the only university directly affiliated to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to serve China's diplomatic cause and cultivate top-notch diplomatic and foreign affairs talents. It is the first university in the country to set up an undergraduate major in diplomacy, and it is also the country's first batch of international relations and diplomacy majors and doctoral institutions.

 

2. Q: What is the school code of the China Foreign Affairs University?

A:10040

 

3. Q: What documents do international students of China Foreign Affairs University need to apply for a visa extension?

A: The required documents are:

My valid passport

China Agricultural University "Admission Notice" and "Visa Application Form for Foreign Students Studying in China" (JW201 or JW202 Form)

A 2-inch (passport size) front face photo (with white background)

"Registration Form for Temporary Residence"

 

4. Q: What are the ways to apply for visa extensions for international students of China Foreign Affairs University in China?

A: There are two ways for international students to apply for visa extension, and they can voluntarily choose one of the following methods:

  • Submit the required documents to the agency of the Chamber of Commerce International (a charge of 100 yuan is required), receive the receipt, and retrieve the passport according to the time specified on the receipt. or
  • After review and approval by the Exit-Entry Administration of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau (approximately one to two working days), pick up the application form with the barcode printed (free of charge), stamp it at the International Students Office, and then go to the Exit-Entry Administration Bureau of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau ( Visa Center).

 

Within 24 hours after the visa is extended, the foreign student himself must take his passport to the hotel, apartment, or the police station of the place of residence to re-apply for the "Registration Form for Temporary Residence".

 

5. Q: What should an international student of China Foreign Affairs University after discovering a lost passport?

A: After discovering that the passport is lost, international students should follow the steps below to complete the relevant procedures:

  • Report to the police station of the lost place immediately and obtain a report certificate.
  • Contact the Foreign Student Affairs Office as soon as possible and issue a "Note on Loss of Passport".
  • With the above two documents, go through the procedures for reporting the loss of your passport to the Exit-Entry Administration of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau, apply for the "Passport Loss Certificate", and go through the procedures for reporting the loss of your residence permit.
  • International students can apply for a new passport at the embassy of their country in China with the "Passport Loss Certificate".
  • Within 24 hours of obtaining a new passport, apply for the "Registration Form for Temporary Residence" again with the new passport and "Passport Loss Certificate", and apply for a new visa or residence permit at the Foreign Student Affairs Office within 10 days.
  • Within 24 hours after the new visa or residence permit is issued, the international student himself/herself should take the passport to the international student dormitory, hotel, or the police station of the place of residence to update the "Registration Form for Temporary Residence".

 

6. Q: What documents do international students of China Foreign Affairs University need to change their residence permit?

A: The required documents for the change of residence permit are:

  • I have an old passport with a valid residence permit and a new passport
  • A letter of certification issued by the embassy of the student's country in China
  • A 2-inch (passport size) front face photo (with white background)
  • "Registration Form for Temporary Residence"

 

Within 24 hours after the residence permit is changed, the international student must go to the international student dormitory, hotel, or the police station of the place of residence to re-apply for the "Registration Form for Temporary Residence" with a passport.

 

7. Q: If an international student of China Foreign Affairs University renews his passport in China but fails to apply for a new residence permit within how many days, does it constitute illegal residence?

A:10 days.

 

8. Q: What is China Foreign Affairs University BGS?

A: "Beijing Foreign Student Scholarship (BGS)" is a special fund provided by the Beijing Municipal People's Government for outstanding foreign students studying in Beijing and Peking University.

 

9.  Q: How many types of BGS in China Foreign Affairs University?

A: There are two types of scholarships: full tuition subsidy and partial tuition subsidy

 

10. Q:What is the basis for the selection of BGS of China Foreign Affairs University?

A:Undergraduate students are ranked according to current credits, and master and doctoral students are ranked according to the final exam results of the previous academic year. At the same time, refer to the comprehensive performance of the students, such as attending class, participating in various activities, winning competitions, etc. Freshmen are ranked according to their entrance examination scores and concerning their participation in important activities and competitions within a year.

 

11. Q: What is the selection process of China Foreign Affairs University BGS?

A: Scholarship selection process:

  • The International Students Office of the College will formulate a detailed annual scholarship fund allocation plan based on the number of funds allocated by the Municipal Education Commission, the amount of supporting funds for the school, and the enrollment and cultivation of international students of the college.
  • Each department/department summarizes the application materials of the department/department, proposes recommendations to the department/department according to the annual funding allocation plan and selection rules, and submits it to the International Students Office of the Foreign Affairs Office.
  • The International Students Office summarizes the opinions of each department/department, proposes an overall plan for the winner, and submits it to the relationship/department, finance office, and college leaders for approval.
  • An award ceremony will be held, and honorary certificates and scholarships will be awarded.

 

12. Q: Are there any hard conditions for foreign students from China Foreign Affairs University to apply for BGS?

A: Applicants must be self-financed international students. International students who have received Chinese government scholarships or other types of funding are not allowed to apply for this scholarship. Students who have been punished in the past cannot apply.

 

13. Q: What majors can international undergraduates of the China Foreign Affairs University apply for?

A: Diplomacy, English, Japanese, French, International Economics and Trade, Finance, Law (International Law), Translation Studies

 

14. Q: How long is the school system for international undergraduates in China Foreign Affairs University?

A: The school system for international undergraduates is 4 years. Enrollment starts in September each year, and each academic year is divided into two semesters. The fall semester is from September to January of the following year, and the spring semester is from March to July. After enrollment, study according to the teaching plan of each major. Upon completion of studies, a graduation certificate and corresponding bachelor's degree certificate will be issued.

 

15. Q: Where are the classes for international undergraduates of China Foreign Affairs University?

A: The first to third grades are on the Shahe campus, and the fourth grade is on the Zhanzhan Road campus.

 

16. Q: What are the registration requirements for international undergraduates of China Foreign Affairs University?

A: Registration conditions:

  • Graduated from high school
  • Those who have obtained HSK Level 5, New HSK Level 4 and above before 2009, or have reached this level in Chinese.
  • Healthy, under 45 years old.

 

17. Q: What is the entrance examination for international undergraduates of China Foreign Affairs University?

A: Entrance examination:

  • Exam time: the end of May or the beginning of June each year.
  • Exam location: Zhanjiang Road Campus of China Foreign Affairs University
  • Examination method: admission interview, written examination.
  • Exam content: Chinese (written test), professional (interview);

 

18. Q: How much is the tuition for international undergraduates of the China Foreign Affairs University?

A:24,000 yuan/year.

 

19. Q: What is the contact information of the China Foreign Affairs University?

A: Contact information:

  • Phone: 86-10-68323894, 68323341, 68323348
  • Fax: 86-10-68323243, 86-10-68348664
  • Mailing address: International Students Office, China Foreign Affairs University, No. 24 Zhanhan Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, China
  • Post Code: 100037

 

20. Q: What are the application requirements for the Chinese Foreign Affairs University's Ph.D. Program?

A: Registration conditions:

  • Applicants must have a master's degree in related majors.
  • Before 2009, the Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) Level 7 or the new HSK Level 5 and above, or Chinese at this level.
  • Healthy, under 45 years old.

 

21. Q: How much is the tuition for the Doctoral Program of China Foreign Affairs University?

A:32,000 yuan/year.

 

22. Q: When is the application time for the Chinese Language Training Program of China Foreign Affairs University?

A:March 1-May 1 (application for September admission in the fall semester), October 1-December 10 (application for admission in March the following year in the spring semester).

 

23. Q: What major can I apply for in the International Master's Program of China Foreign Affairs University?

A: International Law, International Relations, International Politics, Diplomacy, English Language and Literature, Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (English), Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (French), Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Japanese), the world economy.

 

24. Q: What are the registration requirements for the International Master's Program of China Foreign Affairs University?

A: Registration conditions:

  • Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in related majors;
  • Before 2009, the Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) Level 7 or the new HSK Level 5 and above, or Chinese at this level.
  • Healthy, under 45 years old.

 

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