How can I get admission to Chinese universities？I believe this is a question every foreign student who wants to study in China will ask. I will introduce it to you below.
About Chinese Universities
There are more than 3,000 universities in China, including more than 2,700 regular colleges and universities, more than 1,200 undergraduate colleges, more than 1,400 higher vocational (college) colleges, and more than 200 adult colleges, which is not include higher education institutions in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
There are many double-first-class universities in China, such as Tsinghua University, Peking University, Fudan University, Zhejiang University, Nankai University, Renmin University of China, etc. The categories of foreign students enrolled by universities include language students, undergraduates, masters, doctoral students, General scholars, advanced scholars, research scholars and various types of short-term study class students. For detailed enrollment information about Chinese universities, you can go to "universities" on our website for a detailed search.
Application materials for China admission
Before you decide to study in China, you should first check the websites of your school and majors, understand the regulations and requirements of admission, and start preparing materials. The basic materials are as follows:
1. Application Form
2. Highest degree certificate and transcript
3. Letter of Recommendation
4. Study Plan
*Please prepare and submit specific materials according to the requirements of the applying school.
After completing the admission application, you can also apply for scholarship funding. For related information, please read the "scholarship" column of our website. If you have completed all the application procedures, please wait patiently for the result. If you want to know the result of the application, please consult with the school acceptance department.
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