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1.Q: When was Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine established? What kind of school is it?

A: Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine was founded in1954 In 2015, after more than sixty years of construction and development, the school has become a higher school of Chinese medicine with a relatively high level of teaching, scientific research, and medical care, and has a certain influence at home and abroad.

 

 

2.Q: How is the faculty of Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Existing faculty and staff in the school 4252 People (School Headquarters 869 People), existing full-time teachers 1098 Person, doctoral supervisor 133 People, master tutor 508 people.

 

 

3.Q: How many students are there in Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine?

A: As of March 2021, Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine has a total of full-time students 17335 people, among them PhD students 484 people, postgraduate 2776 people, undergraduate 13506 people, college students 269 people, international students 234 people, preparatory students 66 people.

 

 

4.Q: Where is the address of Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Heping Road, Xiangfang District, Harbin24No. Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine International Education College

 

 

5.Q: What is the contact information of Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Phone:(86)451-82193621/82126902/82196560

fax:(86)451-82126902

email:hljutcm@126.com

URL:http://gjjyxy.hljucm.net/

 

 

6.Q: What do I need to prepare for the application materials for master's degree students?

A:1. "Application Form for Admission to Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine"

2. Notarized copy of the highest degree certificate

3. A notarized copy of the highest academic transcript;

4. A copy of "Physical Examination Record of Foreign People" (uniformly printed by the Chinese Health and Quarantine Department)

5. Copy of passport

 

 

7.Q: How do I need to go through the admission procedures for postgraduate students?

A:1. For those who are admitted by our school, the Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine International Education College will issue the "Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Admission Notice" and the "Foreign People Studying in China Visa Application Form" (JW202 form) issued by the Ministry of Education of China. .

2. The admitted person should take the People’s passport, "Admission Notice", JW202 Form, "Foreign People Physical Examination Record", and "Blood Test Report" to the local Chinese Embassy (Consulate) to apply for an entry study visa.

3. The admitted person shall report to the Retention Department of the International Education College with the above documents at the time specified in the "Admission Notice".

 

 

8.Q: Does Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine admit non-degree students?

A: Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine recruits non-degree students 1. Special courses: theory course study class, clinical practice class, theory course + clinical practice class2. Chinese course of Chinese medicine: basic class, advanced class

 

 

9.Q: What fees do postgraduates who apply for Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine need to pay?

A: Registration fee: 800 yuan/people

Insurance premium: 800 yuan/year/people

Tuition fee: 31,000 yuan/year/people

Accommodation fee:

Single people room: 120 yuan/day

Double people room: 160 yuan/day

Remarks: Students' round-trip travel expenses, board and lodging expenses, etc. are all borne by the students.

 

 

10.Q: What fees do I need to pay when applying for a Ph.D in Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Registration fee: 800 yuan/people

Insurance premium: 800 yuan/year/people

Tuition fee: 50000 yuan/year/people

Accommodation fee:

Single people room: 120 yuan/day

Double people room: 160 yuan/day

Remarks: Students' round-trip travel expenses, board and lodging expenses, etc. are all borne by the students.

 

 

11.Q: What kind of awards are included in Chinese government scholarships?

A: 1. Registration fee, tuition fee and on-campus accommodation fee are exempted. Scholarship students are required to conduct experiments or internships beyond the school's teaching plan, and the excess expenses shall be borne by the people themselves;

2. Provide outpatient medical services and comprehensive medical insurance for international students coming to China on Chinese government scholarships.

3. Provide living expenses.

 

 

12.Q: What materials do I need to prepare to apply for Chinese Government Scholarship?

A: 1. To apply for people, you must fill in and submit the basic application information in the "Online Application System for Studying in China" of the China Scholarship Council. After submitting the information, please print the "Chinese Government Scholarship Application Form" automatically generated by the system.

①The website of the CSC Online Application System for Studying in China is:

http://laihua.csc.edu.cn

②Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine accepting agency code: 10228

2. The highest degree certificate that has been notarized. If the applicant is a student at school or is already employed, a certificate of enrollment issued by the school or an employment certificate issued by the employer must be submitted in addition. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations.

3. Academic transcripts must be provided. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations.

4. The study and research plan in China (not less than 800 words), written in Chinese or English.

5. Applicants for master's or doctoral degree must submit two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors, written in Chinese or English.

6. Copy of valid passport.

7. "Physical Examination Record of Foreign People" (copy)

 

 

13.Q: What visa should international students hold?

A: Foreign students who come to study in China must hold an ordinary passport and study (X1 visa or X2 visa) visa to enter the country. The period of stay for the X1 visa is 30 days after entering the country, and a residence permit must be applied for before that. Failure to apply for an overdue visa constitutes an illegal stay. X2 visa stay period is subject to the period of stay after entry indicated on the visa. An expired visa constitutes an illegal stay. Depending on the seriousness of the circumstances, illegal residence will be subject to relevant penalties such as administrative warnings or fines from the public security organs. Under normal circumstances, foreign students should not enter the country with other types of visas. Students who hold other types of visas due to personal reasons should apply for study visas or study residence permits as soon as possible after registering at the school. All the consequences caused by not holding a study visa shall be borne by the students.

 

 

14.Q: How to apply for a visa to China?

A: Foreign students who come to study in China must apply to the Chinese embassy (consulate) in their country of nationality or residence to apply for a visa to study in China.

X1 visas are issued to foreign students who are expected to study for more than 180 days; X2 visas are issued to foreign students who are expected to study for less than 180 days.

When applying for a visa to study in China, you must provide the admission notice sent by our school, the "Visa Application Form for Foreign People Studying in China", the physical examination form of foreign people, and other materials designated by the embassy (consulate).

The contact information of Chinese embassies (consulates) abroad can be found on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China.

http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/mfa_eng/wjb_663304/zwjg_665342/

 

 

15.Q: What are the requirements for foreign students to stay in China?

A: Every foreign person residing in China must hold a valid passport and visa/residence permit. Passport expired, visa/residence permit expired, and the use of forged documents, etc. will all be regarded as illegal residence. Depending on the severity of the circumstances, they can be subject to administrative warning, fines, or detention for review until repatriation. Therefore, every student must pay attention to the validity period of their passport and visa, and ensure that there is no overdue passport or visa.

The department in charge of entry and exit affairs for foreign people is the entry and exit management department of the Harbin Public Security Bureau. Its responsibilities are similar to the immigration bureaus of other countries.

Foreign people living in China must also go through the accommodation registration formalities at the local police station. The accommodation registration procedures must be processed within 24 hours of entering the country. Students who are renting a house need to bring the people’s passport and the host to the local police station or authorized agency to apply, and receive the accommodation registration form. Students who live in the international student dormitory of the university will coordinate the registration of accommodation by the international student dormitory of the university. Please keep the accommodation registration form and passport in a safe place. Please bring it with you when you go out.

 

 

16.Q: What is the telephone number of the Office of the Retention Department of the School of International Education?

A: If you have any questions about passports and visas, please directly consult the Office of the Retention Department. The telephone number: 0451-82111076. We are very happy to provide information and provide necessary assistance on passport and visa issues.

 

 

17.Q: What kind of city is Harbin?

A: Harbin is the capital of China's Heilongjiang Province. It is the political, economic, and cultural center of Northeast China, and the sub-center of Northeast China. It is also a megacity with the largest area and the second most populous city among China's provincial cities. It not only gathers the historical culture of the northern minorities, but also integrates Chinese and foreign cultures. It is a famous historical and cultural city and tourist city in China.

 

 

18.Q: What is the zip code of Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine?

A:150040

 

 

19.Q: Can students not take the exam due to illness?

A: Students who are unable to participate in the assessment due to illness and hospitalization and other special reasons must submit a written postponement application to the International Education Institute one week before the exam, with a hospital diagnosis or special accident certificate, and report to the Academic Affairs Office after being approved by the director of the International Education Institute Examination can be postponed only after the examination and approval. Except for sudden illnesses and accidents, no application for postponement is allowed before or after entering the examination room. Students who have postponed the exam are only allowed to take the make-up exam for the corresponding course. In the graduation transcript, the deferred course results are recorded according to the actual number of points. Students who postpone the exam without approval will be treated as absent if they do not take the exam without authorization, and they are not allowed to take the make-up exam and can only apply for a retake. The exam is not allowed to postpone due to things.

 

 

20.Q: After what conditions can international students meet to apply for suspension?

A: 1. Those who have been diagnosed by a designated hospital due to illness and need to be suspended for treatment and recuperation, accounting for more than one-third of the total class hours of a semester;

2. Those who need to interrupt their studies due to other reasons.

 

 

 

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