Immerse into Real and Authentic Chinese Culture
Don’t just study abroad — squeeze the best out of it. Studying in China as an international student offers a home away from home. Dozens of social clubs and organizations, plus combinations of academic resources to help students succeed in school and as alumni. From orientation to graduation, the China Scholar experience creates opportunities that last a lifetime. Leaving home for university in China means you’ll be exploring a country you are not familiar with, making new friends and setting your own priorities. You’re going to face big changes in a small amount of time, which can be both exciting and intimidating.
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Although being in college means that you have new independence, it doesn’t mean you’re on your own. College is full of resources – professors, tutors, counselors and advisors – and help is available, but it’s up to you to ask for it. Visit Campus Services: There Is Support When You Need It to learn more. If you find you can’t keep up with your course work or other responsibilities, it’s time to talk to someone; don’t wait until you get your midterm grades.
Schoolwork is a priority, but extracurricular activities, jobs and internships are important parts of your college life too. You’ll have to make choices regularly about where to focus your energy.
College also means a new social scene. You may be moving to a new place where you’ll know few people, if any. This is a great opportunity to make new friends and try new things. You can even reinvent yourself if you want to. In high school, there’s a clear line between school life and home life. But when you go to college and live on campus, you are constantly among friends. So it’s important to balance having fun with the other parts of your life: studying, staying healthy and even sleeping.
Your new independence will probably include being responsible for your money and spending. You may have your own bank account and ATM card, shop for your own food, and pay your own bills. The keys to keeping your finances in order are to set a budget (and stick to it) and to keep track of how much you have in your bank account.
Most International students worry about how they can have their favorite home dishes. Univesities in China have kitchens attached to hostels that students coul use anytime. There are campus canteens and restaurants that serve Chinese dishes but there are various country specific intercontinental dishes served off campus.Know More
Chinese Univesities povide accommodation for international students stuying in China in convenient proximity to lecture rooms. Students could opt to stay on or off campus depening on their expectations. Campus dormitories are comes in pair or single apartments.Know More
Managing your finances well put you in a better position for a stress free study in China. China is one of the most affordable destinations for studying abroad. Get information on funding opportunities and cost of living in ChinaKnow More
Chinese Universities have one of the best security systems in place, they are committed to providing the safest possible living, learning and working environment for our students, faculty and staffKnow More
There are campus faciliies that enhance the health of international students - you get a comprehensive insurance plans gym memberships to get active and maintain good qualiy health. There enough faciliies.Know More
All univesities have campus wifi connected to the domitories and there is no need to worry about getting you own installations. Once you get hooked to the campuus internet you can access emails, watch educational tutorials. Most universities have their own systems for research, registering for the library, and booking other services .Know More
Elaine has over a decade of experience as an admission officer in the United States. Placed more than 1000 students and coaches young people to achieve their dream careers. She holds an MBA and a member of CIPD. She handles Semester and Year-Long Exchange program applications. Create a profile and…
Thomas is a graduate of Peking University and Kent University in UK. He studied Chinese Language and Economics respectively from these universities. Joining China Scholar, he brings onboard experience of working as a Cultural diplomat in various countries. Get the best from him as he guides you to select the…
Completed Purdue University with a Magna Cum Laude and worked in China for 6 years as an HR Expert. Prior to working as an HR, she spent 3 years in the study abroad industry as a Program Manager in Asia for Young Graduates looking to explore exchange programs and careers.…
Our Services deliver comprehensive combination of services that gets you ahead of your peers in life. You get comprehensive support and systems put in place to ease the stress of studying in China.
We help you clarify whats relevant in terms of personal growth. You will spend time with our team to do some personal reflectio, knowing who you are and your goals set side by side.
You get comprehensive admission service and also develop your career goals while in China. Our comprensive network of companies provides opportunities you will never find else where.