Choosing the right University to study in China

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At present, nearly 15 Chinese public universities and 10  language schools are making use of SAIC's online admission system. How do you choose your ideal university? We suggest that you consider the following aspects:

1. Your preference

Do you have a favorite Chinese city or university? If there is, why not apply for it now? If you're not very familiar with China's cities, take a look at our City Guide.

2. Budget

In comparison to Beijing, Shanghai, and large coastal cities, the cost of living in China’s inland regions is relatively low. For example, Nanchang, Xinyu, Jiujiang, Chengdu, Xi'an,Chongqing, Changsha, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, and other cities are all well-developed with beautiful scenery and many excellent universities. If you don't have a large budget, you may wish to consider these cities.

3. Rank

You can check the annual ranking of all the universities in China or you can also refer to the list of "Project 985" universities, the list of "Project 211" universities and the "Project sino-foreign cooperation" universities. They are regarded as China's top universities.

4. University Characteristics and Strong Points

If you have a particular major that you want to study, you can choose according to the universities' expertise. For example, Beijing Language and Culture University is the earliest, most well-established and recognized university teaching foreign students Chinese. Every year, thousands of foreign students attend this university to study Chinese language and culture. Check the university rankings by subject at the bottom of the Good University Guide page.

If you're interested in studying in China but aren't fluent in Chinese, there are a number of programs taught in English, such as MBBS programs and Business programs.

5. Fellow citizens

Applicants may choose to apply to a university where you have more fellow citizens. This may help you settle in more quickly to a new environment. Or you can do the opposite and apply to a university that doesn't have that many fellow citizens. This may reduce the opportunities for you to speak your own language and in turn improve your Chinese fluency.

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