Instructions for International Students Studying in China: Guide to Studying Abroad and Business Visas and Precautions

It must be said that many foreign friends want to go to the mysterious, completely different, 5,000-year deep history of the People’s Republic of China, but for foreigners who do not understand Chinese at all or only know a little Chinese, they want to study abroad, work or short-term business. Visas have become a hassle. But in fact it is not difficult. I hereby summarize the approximate process of study abroad, job signing, and short-term business signing.Study in ChinaThe growing People’s Republic of China has now become the world’s second-largest economy. Every move affects the global economy. So more and more foreign students want to come to China to learn Chinese and related majors.First, choose a profession or choose to study one language for a year (Chinese). Because many invitations are Chinese characters plus English, and there are many universities and regions, it will inevitably lead to confusion. Normally speaking, because Chinese language is too complicated, people usually choose to study one language for a year and have similar linguistics. At least they can understand or communicate with the Chinese simply. Only then can they do the next step of learning. Many domestic universities even learn about foreign students' homes. The daily teaching and exchange of Chinese are also very important. Or, if you feel that daily course pressure is not great, you can also choose to go directly to a college, undergraduate or postgraduate degree, depending on your personal circumstances.The second step is to fill in the form. This is very important because the form is required by the relevant university for international students. The relevant staff of the university will be based on the content of the student's report and the starting time of the planned study in China (this is very important, because the students in domestic universities are normally 2 semesters per year, that is, the second semester in March - June; September - January is the first semester. Of course, students who come to study in China are very relaxed and there is no time limit. However, considering that colleges and universities work for two vacations each year, Imagine who will work on holidays, especially colleges and universities. The starting time of the study time in China is also very important, because students who apply to come to China need to hold the application form of the international student that the school applies to the relevant department. And the admission notice issued by the school can apply for a visa at the embassy of the People’s Republic of China where the student is located. If the time is not good enough, it is easier to miss it, causing some other problems. General colleges and universities will not wait for students, and will only issue admission notices according to the time and policy requirements on the form. Moreover, in principle, the notice must be the agent or the student himself to go to colleges and universities to collect, this is more contradictory, because the students have not come to Afghanistan. Therefore, it is normal for students to help them through familiar agents or friends. Then mail it back. The one point that needs special attention is that because China’s domestic relationships are complicated and foreigners do not know much about China’s related policies, the general recommendation is that the best option is to find a trusted agent or agent to handle the matter. The steps to obtain an admission notice, due to differences in the level of education and other factors, such as whether there is time or anything, and geographical reasons, not all Chinese or foreigners in China can help, so generally If you choose a professional study abroad organization or a trusted agent or family of friends or friends, the main tasks of a study abroad organization are two: First, through certain specific relationships, you can get a notice issued by the school. I think we must all What does it mean to understand the relationship, because many colleges and universities don’t have time to look at forms submitted by foreigners online, or even if they read it, they are easily missed due to various factors. In addition, if there are no agents or agencies, many public offices do business. Things are extremely easy to change; the second is about quotas, because of colleges and universities There is no right to directly allow students to study in China, so colleges and universities are also required to fill in the application form and submit a copy of the graduation certificate and passport copy to the relevant department of the province where they are located (generally the provincial level department). Application for quotas for foreigners to come to China. This is very important. Only after the colleges and universities have obtained quotas, can they have the right to issue admission notices to students. After they get the admission notice, they can apply for a student visa at the local embassy where the student is located. The general cycle is about 15 working days (not including Saturdays and Sundays, and the standard working hours for Chinese government departments is from 8:30 am to 17:30 pm, but this office does not work outside this time period). After the colleges and universities get the quotas, they will issue admission notices to the students according to their own time schedule.In the third step, after obtaining an admission notice (that is, an adminssion), the student obtains a visa at the local Chinese embassy. This depends on the students’ efforts in the local area and the student’s previous learning experience. Is it in line with Chinese universities? Admission criteria are generally high school graduates. The certificate must be true because it will be reviewed later. It's definitely wrong to lie, and it goes without saying that everyone knows it.In the fourth step, after the student successfully obtains a visa, he or she can arrange for booking of airline tickets, hotels, airport transfer services or something, or request agency assistance. As we all know in China, it is a safer country in the world. There are many reasons. More than that, so security generally does not have any problems, but there is a saying that society is very simple, complex people, a little defensive heart is also necessary, not to mention a person himself in a foreign country. It is worth noting that because domestic policies concerning foreigners are more rigorous, there are some details that need attention (of course, if you have friends who are familiar with the local policy environment and the human environment, you don't need to say anything more. He naturally understands that Or solve some minor problems.) If it is a person, it is advisable to book airline tickets and hotels in advance, especially hotels, because students must have strict paper requirements for the arrival time of the students when they come to the university to issue the admission notice. , for example, in which hotel you lived in the previous day or a few days ago, you need students to report and issue proof of the hotel you stayed in the previous night or a few nights. (If you have a familiar person, they know what to do. And it is almost impossible for a student to successfully complete the admission procedures within one day due to various reasons such as traffic reasons, reasons for rest days, or time difference reasons after arriving in the city where the school is located. Usually a week or a few days, depending on the work efficiency of the colleges and universities as well as individual students or agents.The fifth step, regarding student reports, is normal including the following:1. Fill in the student registration form, which is mainly the personal information of some students. It is almost the same as the application form that was filled in at that time. A certain registration fee (certainly RMB settlement is required, so it is best to prepare RMB in advance or prepare USD cash. You can go to a local bank for exchange, and the exchange is also troublesome. If you can work to the local people, you can exchange dollars.2. To pay a certain amount of insurance costs (insurance costs are related to the students during the period of study, this fee generally has a fixed standard);3. Choose dormitories, usually two people, single rooms, and some four rooms, the number of people living in different prices are certainly different, but are calculated according to days, for example, if you are nervous, you can first pay a month or several Month. International students are treated better than domestic students. After all, because of the language barrier and the relatively high cost of accommodation (even if it is cheaper than staying outside), it is entirely understandable. One thing worth mentioning is that when students report, many of the more sought-after high-school colleges do not have empty beds or empty rooms because many people have already booked them through N agents for a long time and there are some international exchange projects. It will also occupy a large number of beds.4. After the previous three-step process was completed, the students had already stayed in the school dormitory. The university was going to report the student's personal situation to the local police department. This normally requires the student to provide a copy of the passport. If you cannot find or find it convenient to study at a foreign student's college or related office, you can find other people to help.5. Medical examination is also a step that must be done. Normally, many cities (especially capital cities) have medical examination agencies specially set up for foreigners. The physical examination fees are collected at the same time when they are reported. Schools generally give instructions. receipt. After these steps are completed, students can begin to enjoy happy learning and living in the school. Many domestic colleges and universities do not pay too much attention to the task of teaching foreign students, especially students who study languages. It mainly focuses on learning Chinese profound and traditional culture and language. The above is my experience in helping some of my friends to study abroad. Of course, there may be some deficiencies. I hope to add it later. In wishing all the students who want to come to China to study, there is a pleasant experience in leaving journals.Business visa for ChinaCompared to staying visas, the business visa procedure is much simpler than foreign friends, but it is still a bit more troublesome for our country's domestic invitation procedures. The reason is that before that, foreigners came to China after all. As for the deadlines, all of them come to China for a stay of 15 days. Of course, there are also differences in the length or shortness of time, and the concrete analysis of specific issues.First of all, the information that needs to be provided is also very simple. Generally passport copies and visa copies are available (most of them are taken with a mobile phone, but it is generally recommended to use a scanner or professional scanning software, because many backgrounds are sheets , marble or something, it will waste a lot of time processing, the effect is not good), coupled with personal resume, ordinary resume can be. As for the visa approval of the local Chinese embassy, it depends on the personal experience of the person applying for the visa. Or local relations these.The second step, from China, that is, our company needs to fill out some forms, invitations, invitations, the format is relatively fixed, but there are also many different areas, the materials requested are not exactly the same, and the relevant license ( Generally speaking, they are relatively regular or have a certain size of entity companies or units. Generally, the import and export licenses are the best. Individuals cannot send invitations. These are required. Inviting parties are required to affix the company's official seal ( (chop), date, contact details of the person in charge, etc.The third step, preparing the above materials, can be submitted to the relevant local or provincial level regulatory authorities. This step is also the most important step. It usually takes one or two weeks. The relevant departments have gone through the audit and related procedures. After signing, in China, we are the inviting party and we will obtain a confirmation letter. Confirmation of the invitation is the most important basis for foreigners visiting China for business visits to visit the local People’s Republic of China Embassy. In other words, this invitation has been approved by relevant domestic regulatory authorities. The local Chinese embassy where the foreigner is located will confirm the letter of invitation based on this, and will review the personal situation of the foreigner who is going to visit China for business inspection. All will pass. This is a concrete look at the specific situation of foreigners in the area.In the fourth step, the steps after getting a visa do not need to say anything more. It is nothing more than booking an airline ticket, hotel, and so on. The foreigner may not violate the local laws or violate any relevant policy rules during the business visit in China. Conduct normal business activities (just personal understanding).Study abroad and work in China, a growing forceFrom 2006 to 2015, China ranked third in the ranking of most countries that are most welcomed by international students, second only to the United States and the United Kingdom, with an average annual growth rate of 10%.Compared with other popular overseas study countries, the proportion of international students in Chinese higher education institutions is the lowest, only 1.1%.The support of the Chinese government has also become a strong backing.In 2015, 40,600 scholarships were established. Up to 7 years of study courses, including amateur and doctoral programs, 277 institutions in 30 cities and provinces, scholarships increased by almost 5 times compared to the past decade.Nearly 40% of graduate students studying in China received financial supportAs of 2015, China has signed a mutual recognition agreement for degree education with 59 countries.





With good policy support, countries along the route have become a new force for studying in China.

From May 14 to May 15, 2017, the "Belt and Road" International Cooperation Summit hosted by China was held in Beijing. The forum was held to attract worldwide attention. Heads of state and government from 29 countries attended the conference. More than 1,500 representatives from more than 130 countries and more than 70 international organizations attended the conference, covering all major regions of the five continents. Its successful holding is of great significance.State Councilor Yang Jiechi mentioned in an interview with the media: "This summit forum is the highest-profile international event under the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative. It is also the highest level and largest multilateral diplomacy event hosted by China and hosted by China since the founding of New China. This is the most important home-grown diplomacy this year.This forum was held in the context of world economic development, China’s own development, and the “Belt and Road Initiative” are all at a critical stage. External parties have issued joint efforts to promote the 'Belt and Road' international cooperation. It is of great significance for both the world and China to work together to build a positive signal for the community of human destiny."More than 2,100 years ago, Zhang Kai made two trips to the Western Regions to open up a land "Silk Road" that spans East and West and connects Europe and Asia. Similarly, since the Qin and Han dynasties more than 2,000 years ago, the Maritime Silk Road linking China and the Eurasian countries has gradually emerged. The land and sea Silk Road together constitute a major channel for transportation, trade and cultural exchanges between ancient China and the Eurasian countries, promoting the exchange of eastern and western civilizations and friendly exchanges between the people.In the 21st century after 2000, the exchange of civilizations also required a major passage that spans things. In September and October of 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed the strategic concept of jointly constructing the “Silk Road Economic Belt” and “21st Century Maritime Silk Road” during the new historical period during his visit to Central Asia and Southeast Asian countries. The construction of a large economic corridor along the "Ancient Silk Road" on land and at sea brings common development opportunities to China and the countries and regions along the route. At the same time, it is also beneficial to the educational exchanges between China and countries along the route.In the past four years, the “Belt and Road” has moved from planning to practice, from vision to action, and progress and results have exceeded expectations. With the advancement of the "Belt and Road Initiative" and the attraction of various policies, more and more students in the countries along the route have chosen to study in China. At the same time, the “Belt and Road” has broadened the channels for Chinese students to study abroad, which has played a tremendous role in promoting educational exchanges. The "One Belt and One Road" strategy in the economic field will undoubtedly be a new breakthrough point for Chinese students studying abroad and employment.Good policy support, new arrival points for studying abroad in ChinaThe "Belt and Road" International Cooperation Summit Forum opensThe "One Belt and One Road" Education Cooperation ExchangeHistorically, since the opening of the Silk Road, China’s exchanges with the Central Asian, Arab and European countries have been expanding. After the papermaking process was introduced to the West, it has had an inestimable impact on the development of human cultural undertakings. With the rise of the Mongol Empire, the cross-Eurasia map made the east-west traffic unimpeded, facilitating the exchange of Chinese and Western culture and education. The introduction of advanced scientific knowledge into China has advanced the development of astronomical calendars; the introduction of Chinese printing techniques into Europe has promoted the secularization of education and the germination of the Renaissance movement. At the turn of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, when Western missionaries came to China, the prevailing trend of “Western learning gradually flourished” and scholar-bureaucrats began to engage in Western studies. Traditional Chinese culture, especially Confucianism as represented by Confucius, was also transmitted to the West by missionaries and had an impact on European enlightenment.In modern times, after the powerful gunboats of Western powers opened their doors to the country, missionaries poured in and actively involved in education. Church schools, secondary schools, and universities were established one after another. This has also had a significant impact on the development of modern Chinese education. At the same time, Chinese people of insight began to “look at the world” and set up new schools, develop new types of education, compile Western books, and study travel. In short, the history of educational exchange over a thousand years bears the will and hope of the people along the “One Belt and One Road” to strengthen cultural and educational exchanges. It also lays the foundation for the current educational exchanges and cooperation.It is not so much a new mechanism. The "One Belt and One Road" strategy is more like a new concept and initiative for cooperative development. Relying on the existing bilateral and multilateral mechanisms of China and related countries, it relied on the millenary inheritance of the “Silk Road” economy, culture, and commerce, and gave it new cooperation significance. Today's "Belt and Road" covers a total population of about 4.4 billion, and the total economic volume is about 21 trillion US dollars, accounting for approximately 63% and 29% of the world respectively.Since the "One Belt and One Road" strategy was introduced nearly four years ago, both China and the countries along the route have spared no effort in supporting and advocating the "Belt and Road Initiative." According to incomplete statistics, Chinese research institutes and colleges and universities have established 300 "Belt and Road" research platforms. There are more than 50 foreign think tanks participating in the "Belt and Road" research, and think tanks in Central Asia, Southeast Asia, and Europe and the United States. Various research groups have been organized to carry out the “One Belt and One Road” research project. A number of think tank research results have come out one after another. At present, the Chinese think-tank has published more than 400 "Belt and Road" books, and over 100 famous research reports have been published by foreign well-known think tanks.Under the “One Belt and One Road” strategy, cultural exchanges between China and the countries along the country have become increasingly close, and the educational exchanges and the field of study abroad have been promoted. The results are also remarkable. As of the end of 2016, there were more than 200,000 Chinese students in China along the “Belt and Road” countries. At the same time, since 2012, a total of 351,900 people in China have gone to study along the “Belt and Road” countries.The educational exchanges between China and the countries along the “Belt and Road Initiative”, with the help of the “One Belt One Road” initiative, will undoubtedly provide a broader international perspective. After the "One Belt and One Road" initiative was proposed, Chinese education has been active. As of April 2017, the Ministry of Education has signed mutual recognition agreements with 46 countries and regions, including 24 "Belt and Road" countries, which has strengthened the interconnection and exchange of education between China and countries along the "One Belt and One Road." Cooperation.In addition, Chinese has gradually become one of the important communication languages for the construction of the “One Belt and One Road” and has become an important carrier for boosting common people’s hearts. As of March 2017, 137 Confucius Institutes were established in 53 countries along the “One Belt and One Road”, and the number of students exceeded 460,000. It is reported that starting from autumn 2017, Chinese will be used as a foreign language assessment subject for the Russian National Unified Examination (College Entrance Examination) and the National College Entrance Examination.Top-level design goes ahead with local government supportStudying abroad as an important part of educational exchanges, its role is not only to train outstanding talents, but also to provide strong intellectual support for humanities exchanges between China and foreign countries and national modernization. At the same time, it also plays a very important role in the national civilization exchanges and mutual construction and the construction of human destiny community along the "One Belt and One Road."After the "One Belt and One Road" initiative was proposed, in the field of education exchange, China formulated the "Education to Promote the "One Belt and One Road" Education Initiative" to actively meet the needs of countries along the route. In 2016 alone, the country sent a total of 1036 people in 42 non-common languages to go abroad for study and training, filled 9 domestic blank language languages; supported colleges and universities abroad, such as Beiwai University, to complete foreign language majors and set up full coverage of foreign language majors; at the same time, they accepted 170,000 yuan. People came to China to learn Chinese and 460,000 people in the countries along the route learned Chinese through Confucius Institutes and Confucius Classrooms.Synchronized with the top-level design, all provinces and cities attach great importance to education exchanges and cooperation with countries along the “Belt and Road”. As a capital city, Beijing has always been at the forefront of attracting foreign students to study in China. According to statistics, in 2016, there were a total of 22 projects in 10 Beijing municipal colleges and 15 projects in 15 colleges and universities, and 598 students were supported; in 2017, there were 11 projects in 11 municipal colleges and universities. Twenty-one projects in 21 colleges and universities were selected and planned to support 502 students. The selected projects include aerospace, electrical engineering, railway operations, law, Chinese medicine, finance, architecture, and electronic information engineering, involving 64 countries along the “Belt and Road.”In early May 2017, in order to promote win-win and shared development in the education sector with countries along the “One Belt and One Road” initiative, the Beijing Municipal Education Commission and the Municipal Office of Foreign Affairs jointly issued the Implementation Plan for the “One Belt and One Road One-way Education Initiative” for the implementation of education in Beijing. Interconnection and cooperation, cooperation in personnel training and co-construction of education cooperation mechanisms. The “Implementation Plan” lists a list of projects, including the establishment of the “Belt and Road” special scholarship program for foreign students in Beijing, support for the construction of a number of “Belt and Road” national personnel training bases, the “Belt and Road” Capital City Education Cooperation Forum and vocational education. With the Economic Development Forum; special promotion programs for countries along the route, attracting young people to study in Beijing to improve the education in Beijing along the "Belt and Road" countries. Among them, the “Belt and Road” scholarship program of Beijing's foreign students is expected to support 20 each year for the purpose of attracting full-time undergraduate or graduate students to study in Beijing and support 100 projects by 2020.Due to its special geographical position, China's central and western provinces and regions have special historical and cultural advantages in the process of building the 'Belt and Road.' In the course of carrying out educational exchanges and cooperation, they play the role of a cultural bridgehead. Xinjiang, which has a large number of cross-border ethnicities, has the same religious beliefs, languages, and customs as those of neighboring countries. It can therefore overcome obstacles in language, religion, and customs, and undertakes deepening educational exchanges and cooperation among countries. Heavy responsibility.As of the end of 2016, Xinjiang universities and colleges have established 10 Confucius Institutes in 6 countries including Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and Mongolia. There are 25 Confucius Classrooms and nearly 100 teaching sites. The total number of registered students has reached More than 3.6 million people and nearly 100,000 people participated in Chinese learning and cultural experience activities. Xinjiang universities have successively established autonomous region-level Chinese language centers in colleges and universities in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Kazakhstan, as a reserve force for fostering Confucius Institutes. At present, the five Chinese Language Centers funded and built by the Chinese Language Promotion Center for Central Asia of the Department of Education of the District have been developed into Confucius Institutes."Introducing": The Power of China's Overseas Students Studying along the Line"Going out": Enlarging the Support of National Students along the Line of Studying in ChinaAt present, China has become the world's largest exporter of study abroad and an important destination for studying abroad in Asia. The scale and quality of overseas education in China has steadily increased. Affected by the initiative of the “One Belt and One Road” initiative, the focus of foreign student education in China is no longer just a few developed countries. Countries along the “One Belt and One Road” have become a force for studying in China. According to statistics, the number of Chinese students studying in China exceeded 440,000 in 2016, an increase of 35% over 2012. Among them, more than 200,000 Chinese students are studying in China along the “Belt and Road”, an increase of 13.6% year-on-year.The number of government scholarships in China is also gradually tilted towards countries along the “Belt and Road” initiative. The incremental part is mainly used for overseas students coming from countries along the route to cultivate relevant talents, support strategic cooperation, and continue to promote “One Belt, One Road” educational cooperation and exchange. . In 2016, nearly 50,000 students from 183 countries took advantage of the Chinese government scholarship to study in China. Among them, 61% of scholars from countries along the “Belt and Road” route were in the country. Pakistan, Mongolia, and Russia have received scholarships from the Chinese government for foreign students. Three. Take Pakistan as an example. In the 2016-2017 school year, more than 2,000 overseas students from the country were awarded scholarships for studying in China and went to China for further studies in journalism, agricultural science and technology, and civil engineering.At the same time, our country is continuing to increase the support for Chinese students to study abroad. Since 2012, nearly 360,000 people in China have gone to study in countries along the “One Belt and One Road.” In 2016 alone, more than 75,000 people went abroad to study in countries along the route, an increase of 38.6% over 2012.As far as South Asia and Central Asian countries along the “Belt and Road” route are concerned, from 2005 to 2015, China has built 22 Confucius Institutes and 17 Confucius Classrooms with more than 10 countries. The cooperation between the two universities in terms of teacher training, curriculum setting, compilation of teaching materials, and student training has greatly facilitated the understanding and awareness of Chinese culture in the countries along the route.Although the trend is good, it does not mean that there is no problem. In the “Belt and Road” line, there is a difference between a capitalist country and a socialist country, a developed country and a developing country, and between a big country and a small country. Therefore, based on different national conditions, there is a great difference in its education system.Take the five countries of Central Asia as an example. As the republics of the Soviet Union, the education of the five Central Asian countries was deeply influenced by the Soviet education model. With the political transition and economic transition, the education system in these five countries has undergone new changes. The state has actively encouraged private schools to change the situation in which public education dominates the world. For example, as early as 2001, Kazakhstan had 112 private schools out of 170 colleges and universities in the country. In secondary vocational education, the proportion of private schools has also been maintained at more than 55%. This transformation and reform of the education system has, to a large extent, affected the development of educational exchanges and cooperation. In addition, since education in different countries is at different stages of development and all parties are different in terms of teaching level, faculty strength, dominant disciplines, and key research fields, when carrying out educational exchanges and cooperation, the two parties also make mutual recognition and credit in the courses. There are many obstacles in mutual recognition, mutual recognition of qualifications, and mutual recognition of qualifications. The educational exchanges and cooperation under the “Belt and Road Initiative” still have a long way to go. (Li Dan, Hu Yesfei, Visual China, Li Yang)"One Belt and One Road" ScholarshipThe "One Belt and One Road" scholarship is authorized by the State Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Commerce under the authorization of the State Council. On March 28, 2015, it jointly released the "Vision and Action for Promoting the Joint Construction of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road". Proposed. It pointed out that China provides 10,000 government scholarships each year to countries along the route. Chinese government scholarships are divided into full scholarships and partial scholarships.


School Application Guidance

Shanghai International Students Pre-college Application Guideline, 2018

Shanghai International Students Pre-college (SISP) is sponsored by Shanghai Education Committee and hosted by Shanghai Normal University (SHNU) for course design and delivery, and management.The primary goal for SISP is to prepare students academically, linguistically and culturally for undergraduate studies in various subject areas offered by Shanghai-based universities. Backed by an experienced strong teaching team, SISP’s curriculum and courses are specifically tailor-made for the needs of international students. SISP is always ready to welcome applicants who wish to develop their academic potential in metropolitan Shanghai.ApplicantSISP is open to foreign nationals who wish to pursue undergraduate studies in Shanghai, and yet need to improve their Chinese language proficiency, cross-cultural communication competence and required academic abilities for undertaking undergraduate studies in ShanghaiCourseSISP provides one-year full-time intensive courses, which are:1st semester: intensive Chinese language and culture courses (30 class sessions per week);2nd semester: intensive Chinese courses, Math, Business Chinese, Chinese culture courses and comprehensive science and humanities courses (30class sessions per week);Extracurricular activities, including Chinese Corner, seminars, cultural immersion, etc.Living FacilitiesSISP students are provided with on-campus accommodation with access to the Internet, public kitchen, laundry room, sports facilities, etc.Fees 1) Application fee: RMB520 (non-refundable). 2) Tuition fee: RMB12,000/semester with discount (regular: RMB1,7000) 3) Accommodation: a. RMB50/person/day for a double room with A/C, Fridge, Reading desk, en-suite bathroom, public kitchen. b. RMB100/person/day for a single room with A/C, Fridge, Reading desk, en-suite bathroom, public kitchen. 4) Comprehensive medical care insurance: RMB800/year 5) HSK test fee (if applicable)SPIS Scholarship SISP provides full scholarship to outstanding applicants. The SISP scholarship covers: tuition fee, accommodation fee, living allowance (RMB2,500 per month), comprehensive medical care insurance. Outstanding SISP students have the priority to be granted Shanghai Government Scholarship (Type A or Type B) for their undergraduate studies at the host universities.We also welcome applicants who may not get SISP Scholarship to study at SISP with self-sponsorship. And excellent graduates from SISP also enjoy the priority to be granted Shanghai Government Scholarship (Type A or Type B) for their undergraduate studies at the host universities.SISP scholarship recipient will receive evaluation twice each semester. The scholarship will be terminated for the recipients who fail the evaluation or refuse to do the evaluation.Scholarship Requirement:Excellent in study: GPA >3.6/4 (4.5/5、90/100 or A)Applicants must meet the following criteria:1. Foreign nationals2. Age range: 18~233. Completed “Application Form for SISP”4. Certified copy of secondary school graduation certificate and transcripts(fresh graduate may submit proof for possible graduation; notarized Chinese or English translated copy are required for non-Chinese or non-English documents)5. Other certificates proving academic performance or social capabilities (notarized Chinese or English translated copy are required for non-Chinese or non-English documents)6. Personal statement in no less than 800 words, stating personal strengths, reasons for choosing the course and study plan.7. Photocopy of the passport8. Two recommendation letters from your school teachers or experts (notarized Chinese or English translated copy are required for non-Chinese or non-English documents. The letter should indicate the occupation, post, contact information of the referee)9. Two passport-size photos (38mm*51mm)10.  Application fee should be made to the host universities as required.To apply,Applications should be made to the universities located in Shanghai which you intend to pursue your undergraduate studies, or directly to SISP.Others:Self-sponsored students at SISP with an outstanding academic performance at SISP will have the priority to apply for the Shanghai Government Scholarship (Type A or B), which will sponsor his/her four-year undergraduate study in the host university.Application Deadline:May 18th, 2018Application Results:The results will be communicated to the applicants at the end of June via e-mail. We will send out the Admission Letter and JW202 form (for visa application) in Mid-July.Semester Start:    The semester starts in mid-Sep, 2018. The exact date will be indicated at the Admission letter. All successful applicants must register at SHNU at the due date. Non-appearance at the registration date will lead to the cancellation of the scholarship.Contact Info:Address:Room 204, International Students Center Shanghai Normal UniversityInternational Students Center, 100 Guilin RoadShanghai 


view more