China - Study Abroad


Why study in China?

In recent years an increasingly strong demand to study in Chinahas been seen. In 2010 alone, the number of students from over 180 countrieswho came to study for degree and non-degree courses was more than 256,000 whichmakes it the 3rd most popular destination for international students.

The main reasons for making China an attractive destination forstudy are:

 

1] Affordable study costs

Compared to some European countries, America, Japan, South Koreaand other Asian countries, the cost of studying in China is much morereasonable. The tuition for English taught MBBS, Business and Engineeringcourse, etc. is only about US $ 2000 to 4000 a year and living expenses ofabout US $ 2,000 a year.

 

2] Travel & Discovery

China is a country with a long history and splendidcivilization. Studying in China is a best way for you to fully enjoy thischarming and mysterious country. Here you will experience its unique mix ofancient and modern civilization, enjoy its scenic beauty, study its profoundculture as well as making friends with students from all over the world. It isconvenient and affordable to travel around China owing to the well-developedtransportation system. It boasts the world’s most completed railway system andthe modern bullet train can reach up to 300 km per hour.

 

3] High quality education

China is seeking to promote the development of first-classuniversities, and Chinese government has invested heavily in education. Thereare around 6,000 tertiary education institutes in China who are allowed by theChinese Ministry  of Education to admit International students with 160 ofthese institutes authorized to award Chinese government scholarships. 

 

4] Global Recognition

The official educational certificates awarded by Chineseuniversities are Internationally recognized. Bilateral recognition agreementhas been reached between Chinese government and a great many of countries,including the USA, Britain, France, Japan and 65 other countries and regions.Therefore, it is very safe and guaranteed to study in China under theprotection and support of the official authorization.

 

5] Promising job market

China is the world's second largest economy after the UnitedStates. It is the world's fastest-growing major economy, with average growthrates of 10% during the past 30 years. China is also the largest exporter andsecond largest importer of goods in the world. China’s increasing influence asa global economic power will benefit all the students who study here. Hugedemands within Chinese domestic market, numerous world’s top companies such asGeneral Electric, Exxon Mobil, Volkswagen and Siemens etc have made a strategicmove to doing business in China with many of them having their Asia-Pacificheadquarters in Beijing and Shanghai. Studying in China will offer you a chanceto join these International groups and realize your potential in the globalwork market. Speaking Chinese certainly gives you more options, therefore,studying in China is a best way to learn Chinese and start your fantasticcareer.

 

6] Safety

China is a nation of etiquette and Chinese people arewarm-hearted and hospitable. Foreigners who come to China always find thembeing welcomed by the local neighbors.

 

Achievements of China

In more than a millennium from the Qin Dynasty to the YunDynasty, Chinese science and technology took the lead in the world, andcontributed greatly to the progress of the human civilization. For manycenturies China was one of the great centers of human civilization and science.In many important respects the Chinese made scientific and technologicalinventions ahead of the legendary figures which created famous ‘hopefulmiracles’. 

• The first distance-recording chariot in the world 

• Apparatuses and lever principle 

• Astronomical observation apparatus 

• The usage of abacus 

• The earliest aviation exploration 

• Getting fire from the sun 

 

The ancient Chinese invented many things we use today, includingpaper, silk, matches, wheelbarrows, gunpowder, the decimal system, thewaterwheel, the sundial, astronomy, porcelain china, lacquer paint, potterywheel, fireworks, paper money, compass, seismograph, tangrams, medicines,dominoes, jump rope, kites, tea ceremony, folding umbrella, ink, calligraphy,animal harness, playing cards, printing, abacus, wallpaper, the crossbow, icecream, and….well, you get the idea.

Today, China is....... 

• Fastest growing economy in the world 

• More than 10% GDP growth every year since last two decades

• Third largest economy in the world

• Largest exporter in the world

• Longest bridge in the world

• Biggest investor in alternate and renewable energy projects

• Corporates from all over the world have set up offices andfactories in China

• Friendly and hospitable people

• Beautiful scenery

 

From the amazing Dujiang Weir to the grand Three Gorges dam,from the Great Wall to the modern high-speed railway, from the regal ForbiddenCity to vivid Bird Nest, etc. Chinese engineering has been enjoying globalreputation for thousands of years. Chinese modern engineering and technologyhave developed rapidly.

 

Civil Engineering

After entering the new millennium the world had been witnessinga series of civil engineering wonders from China. The accomplishment of thegrand Three Gorges dam which is known as the largest hydraulic engineeringproject in the world, the high speed railway system which can reach a speed of300 km/hour without any difficulties and the latest accomplishment of Qingzangrailway (Beijing to Lhasa) which is running at an elevation of 4000 metersabove sea level boasts one of the top civil engineering miracles in humanhistory. 

 

Petroleum 

SINOPEC (China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation), CNPC(China National Petroleum Corporation), CNOOC (China National Offshore OilCorporation) and SINOCHEM Group are some of the largest state-ownedfuel-producing corporations in China. These companies also carried out manynational overseas resource development projects around the world, especially inAfrica. By 2010, there are 94 overseas projects with the total output of crudeoil amount to 110 million tons. There are several key universities which arespecialized in petroleum engineering related subjects in China.

 

Telecommunication 

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. is a symbol of strength of Chinesetelecommunication industry. The multinational company headquartered inShenzhen, China, is the world’s second-largest supplier of mobiletelecommunications infrastructure equipment, only after Ericsson. It serves 45of the world’s 50 largest telecoms operators and it boasts numerous R&Dcenters located all over the world. Accompanied with the rise of Huawei and ZTE(the second-largest Chinese telecoms equipment maker and world's fourth-largestmobile phone vendor), Chinese telecommunication industry has established itsglobal expansion strategy. It is likely that you can join the trend whilestudying telecommunication engineering in China. Almost all brands of smartphones and pads are manufactured in China including Apple’s Iphone series.

 

Architecture

Chinese cityscape has changed dramatically during the last 20years and countless skyscrapers have mushroomed all over the cities. We areseeing a soar of Chinese architectural technique and witnessing numerousarchitectural wonders in modern China. The renowned Bird Nest and Water Cubicin Beijing and Shanghai’s landmark, the Jinmao Building, designed by AdrianSmith are recognized as masterpiece in the art of buildings. 

 

Manufacturing

Made in China is one of the most recognizable labels in theworld today due to rapidly developing China's large manufacturing industry. Thecountry is the largest exporter in the world and the Made in China label can beseen on a huge range of goods from clothing to electronics. More and more worldtop brands have shifted their advanced manufacturing plants and world classassembly lines into China.

 

Computer & Software

Chinese computing industry has increased rapidly after theturning of the new millennium. There are more than 90,000 computer and relatedaccessories producers in China. In 2005, Lenovo (Chinese largest PC producer)acquired the former IBM PC Company Division and marketed the ThinkPad line oflaptops for approximately US $1.75 billion in the year. At present, Lenovo isthe fourth largest vendor of personal computers in the world. Chinese ITindustry is also enjoying increasing reputation worldwide, For example,Alibaba.com Corporation is China’s largest and the world’s second largest ITCompany which is specialized in B2B e-commerce market. The Chinese IT market isestimated to reach RMB 1,3 billion and there is a shortage of softwareengineers in China.

 

Mechanical 

China’s automobile industry has developed at top speed in thelast decade. In 2006, it overtook Japan as the world’s second largest autoconsumer after the U.S., with auto sales rising 25.1% year-on-year to 7.2million units. Many international automobile companies like Mercedes Benz, BMWand General Motor produce their cars in China. 

 

All these engineering achievements in the field of petroleum,telecommunication, civil engineering, mechanical, etc have made China anamazing land for international students who want to broaden their knowledge andcreate engineering wonders.

 

Cost of living on campus

Formost of the students, the popular way is to accommodate in school dormitories.MostChinese universities provide very good and comfortable dormitories forInternational students. Dormitories for International students usually haveprivate bathrooms with TV, Internet access, washing machine, and refrigeratorsall available. 

Particulars

Annual Budget (US $)

Annual Budget (Rs.)

Tuition Fee

3,000 – 6,000

225,000 -525,000

Rent - Big cities like Beijing, Shanghai, etc

1,000 – 1,500

65,000 – 100,000

Rent - Small cities like Qingdao, Dalian, etc.

800 – 1,000

50,000 – 65,000

Food & other expenses

1,000 – 1,500

65,000 – 100,000

 

 

MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY

 

ELIGIBILITY -For Bachelor Degree students of MBBS only

As per the amendment to the Indian Medical Act, 1956, any Indianstudent who wishes to join any medical college anywhere in the world has toobtain an eligibility certificate prior to joining the medical college and uponthe successful completion of the course appear for a screening examinationconducted by National Board of Examinations, New Delhi prior to registeringtheir degree with the Medical Council of India. 

 

Medical Council of India requires student to have scored 50% inPhysics, Chemistry, Biology, in 12th standard for the general candidates and40% in case of the reserved category for issuing eligibility certificates.Further and more elaborate details could be obtained from the official web siteof the Medical Council of India at http//www.mciindia.org. 

For MBBS the age limit is 18 to 26 and Master degree - age limit- till 38

 

LANGUAGE OF THE COURSES

Most of the programs which we represent are English taughtprogram, we have few program taught in Chinese too. 
 

FUNDS FOR VISA PURPOSES

No fundsare required to be shown for visa purposes. Only names, contact details andrelation of the financiers need to be given.

OUR SERVICES IN INDIA

A) Arrange admission in your desired University/ Course in caseall the eligibility criteria and deadline requirements are met.

B) Application, Processing, Documentation, Communication andCourier charges

C) Admission letters & JW202 form from University, etc

D) Assistance in arranging the necessary documents required foreducation loan.

E) Arranging Student Visa if all necessary documents provided.

G) Assistance in registration with university.

H) Pre-Arranging of hostels.

 

SERVICES IN CHINA

A) Receiving student at airport / bus stand / railway stationclosest to the university

B) Assistance in conversion of visitor visa to student visa.

C) Assistance in all the formalities on arrival at theUniversity

D) Orientation and Service support for the initial period of 1month

E) Regular feedback to parents on student’s development forparents seeking guidance and progress assessment of the student arrangedthrough the university on specific request.

 

FEES Rs. 100,000

 

In case of visa refusal, Rs. 70,000 will be refunded providedthe refusal is not due to fraudulent documents. In case of fraudulentdocuments, no refunds will be made.

Additional Expenses (approx.)

 

1] Visa fees + medical check-up       Rs. 15,000/-

2] Air-fare – one way                       Rs. 30,000/-

 

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