China is one of the most powerful economies in the world. One of every seven people in the world lives in this country. For a long while you wouldn’t find a lot of consumerism in China, but all has changed and now consuming is the new faith and everywhere moles and huge apartment buildings are being built. Still, for every new skyscraper there is also an ancient pagoda and for every fast food restaurant you’ll find an old fashioned teahouse.
Study abroad in China provides opportunities for international students to view things from Chinese perspective. Merging the knowledge of both China and your home country will give you an advantage to explore potential opportunities in China for the future. China has become one of the most popular study abroad destinations for international students because of its long history and exciting culture.
Both living costs and school fees are comparatively inexpensive, especially by comparison with United States and other western countries. There are scholarships from the government, universities, foundations and corporations designed to support international students from different academic disciplines.
International students can receive education with medium of instruction in English
After the government has adjusted the visa policy for foreign nationals, international students are now allowed to work part-time or take on internships while they are studying in China. as long as they obtain approval from their academic institutions and the entry and exit administrative authorities.
When you are in China don’t forget to visit the Chinese Wall and the Forbidden City or the Terracotta army of 6000 men of Xian. Or just take the train and travel through this enormous country.
What to do first: Eat from the hot kitchen of Sichuan, and drink cha (tea) in a traditional tea-house
Greeting: Chifan le ma (did you eat already)?