Long Coastal Line, beautiful bathing beaches, resorts, and lower cost of living. Its all about elegance
Haikou is a city situated in the northern part of Hainan Island and is currently the capital of Hainan Province. With an estimated population of 830,000 people, Haikou has a long coastline that stretches across three sides. You will see clean beaches and resorts. Haikou is very modern and acts as the link between the islands and mainland China. There is no shortage of historic temples and remains of Sino-Portuguese, architecture.
Hainan Province nicknamed the “Hawaii of China,” and it has a fresh temperate climate year-round with an average year-round temperature of 74 degrees Fahrenheit. By now, you are aware Haikou has excellent scenery, a relaxed atmosphere, and green vegetation. To add on top of what you already know, the most significant difference between Haikou and Hawaii is a lower cost of living. Comparing the price, you will notice how inexpensive life could be even with all the luxury that comes with the city. It is possible to rent an apartment for $130 a month, buy a full meal for $4, and a tuk-tuk for 50 cents, ride a bus for 15 cents. If you a seafood lover, get ready for the best.
Haikou happens to be one of the cleanest and most modern cities in China. Back in 1993, a UN environmental organization surveyed nearly 160 major cities worldwide and listed Haikou among the top five cities with the best air quality in the world.
The courses here are exceptionally diverse and can increase your prospects for a good career, and bring you closer to the rest of China and the world. So, studying in Haikou does not only give you a better understanding of China but also real cultural immersion
You cannot miss the best campuses, inspiring architecture, massive student support programs, and opportunity to be part of a great international student community.
Studying in Haikou is a great opportunity to network with top brands who are looking to hire graduates from local Universities. There are several opportunities and support from International Student offices in most universities to connect you to HR Managers who are hiring
There is plenty of career fairs and ob boards that display vacancies. We have seen many international students who studied in China and are hired to work here. There are communities that prepare you for job applications. China Scholar will assist you to transition from school to the corporate world with our Internships, Career Guidance Services, and job boards