Frequently Asked Questions:

1- What is eligibility criteria to apply for admission in China?

Applicant must have HSSC (12th Grade) to apply for Bachelor degree program and bachelor degree (14 years education) to apply for master degree courses. Age limit for undergraduate candiates is under 30 years and for post graduate candidates in 35 years.

2- Does applicatn need Chinese language skills to apply for admission in China?

NO, applicant does not required Chinese language skill to apply for admission in China.

3- What documents does an aplicant require for admission?

  • Admission Application Form (Download Application Form)
  • Educational Documents (Degree + Transcripts)
  • Police Clearance Certificate
  • Physical Examnation Form
  • Passport
  • Photograpgs

4- Is the cost of living in China too high?

Although prices in China are rising, the cost of living here is still favorable compared with most developed countries. You will be amazed by how comfortably you can live and how strong your purchasing power is. Compared to developed countries, the cost of living and studying in China is relatively low.

5- Can an applicant takes a part-time job while studying in China?

According to relevant Chinese laws, international students studying in China are forbidden to be employed, and work-study opportunity is relatively small. Although part time English teaching jobs can be found.

6- How can I deal with the accommodation after arriving in China if I don’t speak Chinese?

An official of University or HEDS International will be there to receive the student from airport. A room will be reservied for student in university hostel.

7- Is there any opertunity to learn Chinese language skills in China during studies?

Yes, universities provide Chinese lessons up to twice a week for beginners. This will give you a great opportunity to learn new language skills while in China and will help you get around the city and communicate with locals.

8- Any idea about Chinese currency?

Chinese currency is called Chinese Yuan (¥). A term RMB is used to mention Chinese currency in English. 1 USD is equal to 6.10 Chinese Yuan.