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1. Q: What kind of university is Sichuan University?

A: Sichuan University is a national key university directly under the Ministry of Education of China. It is a high-level comprehensive research university with a key construction in western China. Sichuan University is located in Chengdu, which is a famous historical and cultural city in China-the "land of abundance". It has three campuses in Hopejiang, Huaxi, and Jiangnan. It covers an area of 7,050 acres and has a building area of 2.694 million square meters. The campus has an elegant environment, luxuriant flowers and trees, green grass, and pleasant scenery. It is an ideal place for studying and studying.

 

2. Q: What is the school code of Sichuan University?

A: 10610

 

3. Q: What are the application requirements for the undergraduate program of Sichuan University to study in China?

A: Application conditions:

  • Non-Chinese citizens who are over 18 years old (inclusive), under 35 years old, in good health, and holding a valid ordinary passport of a foreign country;
  • For those who were originally Chinese citizens and later became foreign nationals, our school implements the "Notice of the Ministry of Education on Regulating the Relevant Work of Our Colleges and Universities to Accept International Students" (Jiaowaihan [2020] No. 12).
  • Educational requirements: Must have a high school diploma with good high school grades.

 

4. Q: What are the application materials for the Sichuan University undergraduate program in China?

A: Application materials:

  • photocopy of passport;
  • High school graduation certificate or pre-graduation certificate;
  • Transcripts of all courses in high school;
  • Chinese/English personal statement (students applying for English-taught programs must write a personal statement in English; the personal statement must include the following content: personal introduction, reasons for applying, knowledge of the applied major, future study plans, etc.);
  • Language proof
  • Physical Examination Form for Foreigners (The result of the physical examination should be within 6 months from the time the application is submitted)
  • Proof of financial ability (bank deposits, etc.) if you have obtained a Chinese government scholarship, you do not need to provide it;
  • Award certificate or other supporting materials.

 

5. Q: What are the application requirements for the Sichuan University Postgraduate Study Program in China?

A: Application conditions:

  • Non-Chinese citizens who are between 18 and 40 years old, in good health, and holding a valid ordinary passport of a foreign country.
  • For those who were originally Chinese citizens and later became foreign nationals, our school implements the "Notice of the Ministry of Education on Regulating the Relevant Work of Our Colleges and Universities to Accept International Students" (Jiaowaihan [2020] No. 12).
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor's degree or above is required.

 

6. Q: What are the application materials for the Sichuan University Graduate Program to Study in China?

A: Application materials:

  • photocopy of passport;
  • Undergraduate graduation certificate or pre-graduation certificate;
  • Transcripts of all courses at the undergraduate level;
  • Two Chinese/English recommendation letters written by associate professors and above;
  • Chinese/English study and research plan (students applying for English-taught programs must write a study plan in English; the study plan must include the following contents: personal profile, reasons for applying, knowledge of the applied profession, future study plans, etc.);
  • Write or publish academic articles catalogs and abstracts (no or not provided);
  • Language proof;
  • Foreigner's medical examination form (the date of the medical examination result should be within 6 months of applying);
  • Proof of financial ability (bank deposits, etc.), if you have a Chinese government scholarship, you don’t need to provide it;
  • Work certificate (if any, it must be provided);
  • Award certificate or other supporting materials.

 

7. Q: What are the application materials for the Sichuan University Intercollegiate Exchange Program?

A: Application materials:

  • Copy of passport personal information page (required)
  • Alma mater agrees to send a letter of opinion/proof of school study (required)
  • study plan
  • Transcripts of all stages of school study
  • Other materials (except for the above two documents that must be uploaded, other documents that should be uploaded are subject to the requirements of each college)

 

8. Q: How do I apply to study Chinese at Sichuan University at my own expense?

A: Self-financed Chinese language students should register through an online application. Applicants who have passed the online review and admission, then need to contact one of the teachers responsible for the enrollment of Chinese language students and bring a copy of your passport and 600 yuan (RMB) The remittance voucher of the registration fee will be sent to the teacher via email. The registration fee can be paid by bank transfer. When making bank transfers, be sure to indicate the name of the applicant and the purpose of the transfer.

 

9. Q: How much is the tuition fee for the freshman in the Chinese language program at Sichuan University? When should I pay it off? what are the payment methods?

A: The tuition fee for self-financed Chinese language students is RMB 8,250 per semester, which should be paid in cash, UnionPay card, or bank transfer on the day of registration. Please be sure to indicate the student’s name and the purpose of the remittance when making bank transfers.

 

10. Q: What is the deadline for online application for Chinese language students of Sichuan University in the Spring and Autumn semester?

A: The deadline for online applications for the spring semester is December 31 of the previous year, and the deadline for online applications for the fall semester is May 30 of the current year.

 

11. Q: What scholarships are available for students of Sichuan University to apply for Chinese language training?

A: The scholarships that Chinese language students can apply for before enrollment include the Chinese Government Scholarship and Confucius Institute Scholarship.

 

12. Q: Will Sichuan University buy insurance for me? What does the insurance cost?

A: International students studying in China must have medical insurance.

 

13. Q: How do international students apply to study at Sichuan University?

A: Applicants who apply for the “Belt and Road” Scholarship of Sichuan University and self-financed study abroad can register through an online application. After applying online, the applicants who pass the online review and complete the admission will be notified by email of the admission status, and the admission notice, and the JW202 form.

 

14. Q: What is the deadline for online applications for the Spring and Autumn Semester of Sichuan University International Undergraduate Program?

A: The deadline for online applications for the spring semester is December 31 of the previous year, and the deadline for online applications for the fall semester is May 30 of the current year.

 

15. Q: What scholarships are available for international undergraduate students of Sichuan University to apply for?

A: The scholarships that students can apply for before enrollment include the Chinese Government Scholarship, Confucius Institute Scholarship, Chengdu Government Sister City Scholarship, Sichuan University "Belt and Road" Scholarship, etc.

 

16. Q: When will the living expenses of the Sichuan University Scholarship for International Students be issued and how?

A: Scholarship students go to the International Students Office (the second floor of the International Students Dormitory, West District, Wangjiang Campus) to sign on the 1st to 5th of each month. The living expenses are usually paid to the international students’ "ICBC" account on the 15th of each month. During winter and summer vacations ( February and August) scholarships are generally issued in advance. Upon the arrival of the scholarship international students, they should present their passports to open an account at the "ICBC" branch near the campus and complete the registration of relevant information in the International Students Office.

 

17. Q: What are the eligibility requirements for the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Sichuan University?

A: Non-Chinese nationals, between 16-35 years old and in good health can apply (the age limit for Chinese teaching positions can be increased to 45 years old, and the age limit for undergraduate applicants is under 45 years old).

 

18. Q: What are the fees included in the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Sichuan University?

A: The Confucius Institute Scholarship covers tuition, accommodation, living expenses, and comprehensive medical insurance.

 

19. Q: What are the application materials for the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Sichuan University?

A: Application materials:

  • Confucius Institute Scholarship Application Form;
  • Copy of passport photo page;
  • Application statement with personal signature;
  • A copy of the latest HSK score report;
  • Highest degree certificate and transcript (copies are acceptable);
  • Letter of recommendation. Applicants for a master's degree in education are required to provide recommendation letters in Chinese or English from two associate professors or professors;
  • Commitment;
  • Physical Examination Form for Foreigners;
  • Applicants under the age of 18 should submit a letter of guarantee from the entrusted legal guardian and emergency contact information.

 

20. Q: What are the application materials for the Sichuan University City Scholarship?

A: Application materials:

  • Chengdu Municipal Government Sister City Scholarship Application Form. Identity confirmation letter.
  • And completed by the relevant government departments of their sister cities.
  • photocopy of passport.
  • Students currently studying at Sichuan University must provide a school certificate issued by the school.

 

21. Q: What is the Sichuan University Sino-US Cultural Credit Student Program Scholarship?

A: The Sino-US Cultural Credit Student Program Scholarship was established to support the formal inter-school exchange program between our school and American universities. The American university signed an inter-school exchange agreement for this program. According to the agreement, the opposite university recognizes the credits its students have obtained after studying in a Chinese university.

 

22.  Q: What is the contact information for Sichuan University?

A: Contact information:

  • Phone: 0086-28-85407199/ 5773
  • Fax: 0086-28-85462992
  • Email: nic8203@scu.edu.cn
  • Department: International Students Office of Sichuan University
  • Address: No. 24, South Section 1, Yihuan Road, Chengdu, China

 

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