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            The cost to study abroad in China

            What does it cost to study abroad in China?

            GMCC is a free overseas application service portal for Chinese Universites and colleges. You will save a sum of service fees while enjoying the best value service throughout your application process and even your stay in China.

            Yet, for many people who plan to study abroad, cost is a big concern -- understandably. But it doesn't have to be such a big hurdle. Study abroad in China is usually more affordable than you think. Here are a few things to consider:

            1 Do I have the facts about what high education will cost in China?

            2Will I qualify for scholarships or financial aid in to Study in China? All students should apply for aid, whether or not they think they will qualify. Most students get financial help from the government or the college itself.

            3 Ways to make your money last long?

            Normally the annual expense varies from USD $6,000 to USD $11,000, depending on the location of university. A larger city will cost you more in tuition and accommodation, while a small town or city in Western China may cost significantly less.

            Specifically, the costs may be broken up as follows:

            a, Application fee: USD $90-150, normally not in excess of USD $200.

            b, Visa fee: This depends on your nationality and your local Chinese embassy or consulate.

            For instance, the Multiple Entries (1 year) visa fee for a Canadian visa is $150CAD, for a US citizen, USD $140. To confirm, please contact your nearest Chinese embassy or consulate.

            c, Travel expenses: Air tickets may be expensive if you are coming from Europe, Africa or America. The average flight fair of an one-way trip from America to China is about USD $650. Flying from within Asia is relatively cheap, the fly fair may only cost our students USD $100.

            d, Tuition: USD $2,000 - USD $4,000 annually

            e, Textbook: USD $100, which will be charged by the university at the beginning of your course.

            f, Accommodation fee: USD $3,000 annually

            g, Living cost: about USD $2,000, it varies from different lifestyle.

            The following are the examples of the yearly costs provided by three students who had respectively studied in Shanghai, the most expensive city, Jinan, a provincial capital city and Linyi, a mid-sized city in East China.

            Yearly Study Costs in Shanghai, by Wendy, a 20-year-old lady.

            Application Fee

            USD 120

            GMCC Service Fee

            USD 50 

            Visa Fee

            USD 140

            Air Ticket Fare

            USD 650

            Insurance

            USD 100

            Tuition

            USD 3,500

            Textbook

            USD 100

            Housing

            USD 3,000

            Living Expenses and others

            USD 2,500

            In total

            USD 10,160

            Yearly Study Costs in Jinan, by Zake, an18-year-old man.

            Application Fee

            USD 100

            GMCC Service Fee

            USD 50 

            Visa Fee

            USD 140

            Air Ticket Fare

            USD 700

            Insurance

            USD 100

            Tuition

            USD 2700

            Textbook

            USD 100

            Housing

            USD 2,700

            Living Expenses and others

            USD 2,000

            In total

            USD 8,590

            Yearly Study Cost in Linyi, by Jim, a 19-year-old man

            Application Fee

            USD 100

            GMCC Service Fee

            USD 50 

            Visa Fee

            USD 140

            Air Ticket Fare

            USD 750

            Insurance

            USD 100

            Tuition

            USD 2100

            Textbook

            USD 100

            Housing (standard/single room)

            USD 1,530

            Living Expenses and others

            USD 1,600

            In total

            USD 6,570

            Attention, if you study an MBBS program which is taught in English entirely, the tuition fee will be more expensive than other programs in China. The cheapest MBBS program is provided by Weifang Medical University and is $2,900/year, while the most expensive one is offered by Tongji University (in Shanghai) and is $8,000/year. However, the average cost of MBBS programs is about $4,500/year.

            Low cost cultural and language immersion programs at universities ($2,000 or less per year):

            Shandong University

            Liyi University

            Changchun University of Technology

            Binzhou University

            Beifang Ethnic University

            Guizhou University

            Dalian University of Technology

            Liaoning Medical University

            Liaoning University of Technology

            Bohai University

            Hunan University

            Low cost undergrad programs taught in English ($2,000 or less per year):

            Harbin Engineering University (Engineering)

            Taishan Medical School (Medicine)

            Nanchang University (International Economics)

            Jiangsu University (Business)

            Central South University (Law)

            Beijing Language and Culture University(Chinese Language)

            Guangxi Medical University (Medicine)

            Beijing Jiaotong University (Computer Software)

            Low cost Mandarin language programs at universities ($400 or less per month):

            Shandong Normal University

            Liyi University

            Tianjin University of Science and Technology

            Henan University of Technology

            Tianjin University of Finance and Economics

            Hebei Polytechnic University

            Harbin University of Science Technology

            Kunming University of Science and Technology

            It is much more purse-friendly to study in a mid-sized City. And please also be sure that you can also obtain the same academic goals as those who choose to study in a dense and crowded costly big cities. Further more, it is always a good choice for those who plan to study Mandarin Chinese, as immersion in the fresh folk communities is essential for language learners.

            Manage you money

            The things in your purse is not the thing you saved, but you made. GMCC won't suggest you passively saving money. We highly recommend you to find ways and opportunities to support yourself. You will find that the life is much easier and more colorful if you lead your life in an active and open way. So, don¡¯t be clinged so much to the costs.


            Tips:

            1, Try Scholarships

            1, Teach English or your native language to local students in local language institutes. Your ESL license is a great merit. And you will find more opportunities in mid-sized cities.

            2, Try Au-pair. Many Chinese families would like to have some foreigner accommodated in their homes for the sake of their kids' education, cleaning and such kind of light jobs. In this way, you earned your housing and meals, at the same time, it is a wonderful immersion of language and culture, which is a great reward for Chinese language learners.

            3, Be fully ware of yourself and know what you can do to find more beautiful opportunities in the city where you are going to study.


             

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