China has become one of the most popular study abroad destinations for international students because of its long history and exciting culture. In 2012, more than 320,000 students from over 180 countries came to China to study for either degree or non-degree programs.
China is an increasingly popular destination for students from around the world, with the number of international students in China doubling in the past 10 years. China is already the fourth most popular destination for travel generally and has the third-largest population of international students, behind the US and the UK.
China’s cost of living is quite low compared to the United States, Canada, Australia and many parts of Europe.
To get admission in china, the below are the requirements.
- O-Level Result
- Datapage of International Passport
- Application Fee
The final Admission Letter also known as JW202 Letter will be our after 25 working days from the date you paid the application fee.
Tuition Fee for Medicine is an average of $5,000 per year excluding accommodation.
- Original and photocopy of the Admission Letter issued by a school or other entities in China.
- Original and photocopy of “Visa Application for Study in China” (Form JW201 or Form JW202).
- Birth certificate
- Physical examination record
- National examination results
- No criminal record (Police Character Certificate )
- Letter of sponsorship and bank statement
- Flight ticket booking
We kindly remind you that:
Applicants under 18 are required to submit guardianship letter from China.
Holders of X1 (Study) Visa shall, within 30 days from the date of their entry, apply to the exit/entry administrations of public security organs under local people’s governments at or above the county level in the proposed places of residence for foreigners’ residence permits.
1. Strong economy and stable society
Economically, China is among the strongest countries in the world. The country is not facing any internal security problems and also has an amazing infrastructure.
2. Lots of choice
There are hundreds of medical schools and universities in China offering education to thousands of students, both foreign and local, so plenty of options to choose from. Almost all of China’s medical schools are registered in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED).
3. Low tuition fees
Tuition fees for medical schools in China are very low. Annually, it would cost you around US$4,000-6,000.
4. Fast-track qualification
Most universities in China offer their medical degrees as a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). The MBBS program is a fast-track process to become a doctor. It lasts five years, which means you can become a certified physician way faster than those studying medicine in the US, Canada or Germany, where it takes seven to eight years to completely become a doctor.
5. Study traditional medicine
As well as teaching modern medicine, Chinese medical schools also teach students about traditional medicine and ancient medical techniques such as acupuncture. This is not usually the case in other countries, and is a good opportunity to broaden your understanding.
6. Learn the world’s most-spoken language
Medical courses in most universities are taught in English, but it’s also required to study the Chinese language as a separate subject, which is not a bad thing!
7. A huge country to explore
Geographically, China is huge. It is full of natural and artificial wonders, and if you study in China you’ll have the opportunity to explore at least some of these. You’re probably picturing a university in Beijing or Shanghai, with all those skyscrapers and busy roads, but there’s so much more to the country, and it’s all well-connected.