Higher education in China is free. But the granted of education form implies strict selection and a limited number of places, so most of the students are studied on the commercial basis.

Higher education in China is free. But the granted of education form implies strict selection and a limited number of places, so most of the students are studied on the commercial basis. Paid education in China, which costs an average of $ 2,000 a year, is more affordable than the USA and other European countries.

 
Duration and study programs:
 
The higher education in China consists from the following points:
1.Bachelor degree to 5 years, in order to have Bachelor degree you need to have a secondary education;
2.Master degree 2-3 years;
3.Ph.D. takes 3 years, in order to get this degree you need to pass exams on major classes of the course and implement your own research project.
The main language, of course, is Chinese, so the study is preceded by a 1-2-year course of learning the Chinese language. The level of knowledge of the language for admission to language courses does not matter.
Most of the universities of the country are state universities, but their programs differ because Chinese universities have a narrow specialization, and this is their main difference from Western educational institutions.

Conditions of admission:

– Age 18- 50 years;

– HSK – 6th level and higher;

– Submission of documents for winter semester strictly till 30th of June, for the spring semester strictly till 31th of December.

HSK is the state examination of the People’s Republic of China to certify the levels of Chinese language proficiency for non-Chinese speakers, including foreigners, Chinese immigrants (huatsiao) and representatives of national minorities. The exam is designed to test oral and written expressions in Chinese – when studying Chinese in universities, in the service of government departments, enterprises, and other organizations.

 

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