How much does it cost to study in China? About 10000-15000 US dollars ( 60000-100000RMB).
In my opinion, how much does it cost to study in China? This should be the most important thing every foreign student wants to know before they come to study in China. The cost of studying in China varies from person to person and depends on the specific circumstances. Let me talk about my specific views on this issue.
What are the costs of studying in China?
Studying in China, the cost of studying is like this:
First, tuition. Tuition fees are determined according to the situation of the school. Public schools charge a lot less than private schools. General undergraduate majors run by the public are generally 10000 RMB to 30000 RMB per academic year, and the public junior college majors are 20000 RMB to 60000 RMB. The tuition fees for independent colleges and private universities are around 50000 RMB, and the tuition fees for Chinese-foreign cooperative education programs range from tens of thousands of RMB each year.
Second, accommodation fees. The accommodation fee of public schools is 1,000 to 30,000 yuan per year. The accommodation fees of private schools are not much different, about 1,000 to 2,000. However, the accommodation fees of newly built schools or schools with better accommodation conditions will be relatively expensive.
Third, living expenses. The cost of living is mainly determined by the price of the area where the school is located and the student's own economic conditions. In the more economically developed areas such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Zhejiang, and Fujian, prices are naturally high, and school living expenses are more expensive, which may cost 60,000 yuan a year. Prices in other areas with medium or low economic development levels are correspondingly lower, with school living expenses at least 800 to 1,200 yuan per month and at least 8,000 to 12,000 yuan a year. Of course, the living expenses of students with ample family income can be as high as 2,000 to 3,000 yuan per month, and 20,000 to 30,000 yuan a year.
Fourth, insurance fees. If you buy the insurance at school, the cost is 500 to 1000 yuan, but if you buy the insurance separately, the cost is less than 1,000 yuan, depending on what type of insurance you buy.
Fifth, visa fees. The visa fee for foreign students in China is not uniform. The fees are different for different nationalities, and the visa fee for a year is between 1,000 and 5000RMB.
Sixth, purchase expense. This also depends on the price level of the area where the school is located and the economic situation of the students. If you have a higher cost of living, you will spend more generously, especially girls, who prefer to buy clothes and cosmetics. They may spend more than 10,000 yuan a year, and boys spend less on this aspect. I sometimes save more money. I may not buy clothes for a month. I occasionally buy some cosmetics. I rarely buy expensive cosmetics, but I often buy fruits and other snacks. It will cost 1,000 RMB in a month. But sometimes I am very willing to spend money. Suddenly buying a lot of clothes and cosmetics will cost a lot of money. It may cost about 10,000 yuan a year.
How to study in China for free by applying for China scholarship?
There are many types of scholarships in China. National scholarships include national scholarships, government scholarships, and school-level scholarships. Among them, the national scholarships each year 20,000 people, government scholarships 10,000 yuan per year, university scholarships 8000 yuan; owned colleges also have an additional scholarship from the third class were to wait until 5000, 3000 and 2000 yuan. Of course, if you want to apply for a scholarship, you must study hard to ensure that your professional results are among the best, and you must also participate in various activities organized by various schools to obtain higher academic, stylistic, and ideological points.
How to save money when study in China?
If you want to save money while studying in China, you must study hard and get scholarships to subsidize your expenses. In addition, it is necessary to economize on food, eat more in the cafeteria as much as possible, the cost is lower, and try to eat less in restaurants or restaurants outside. At the same time, you can choose buses and shared bicycles to travel, and try to take fewer taxis, which are more expensive. Of course, it is also necessary to buy as few unnecessary snacks, cosmetics, and clothes as possible. You can also choose and buy practical items from the school second-hand group. I bought some pens, books, shower gel, etc. from the second-hand group and saved a lot of money. It is best to make a shopping plan based on your own living expenses, shop rationally, and spend every penny in the right place.