China Emerging as a popular student destination

By EasyUni Staff | Last modified 06 Sep 2019
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World's 2nd largest Economy

In 2013, China became the world’s second largest economic group after America. Thousands of International companies such as Samsung, Apple, Asus etc have branched to China. If you graduate from a Chinese university, it is easy for you to find a job in these companies.

Medium of instruction – Mandarin & English both

It is widely perceived that in China all the courses and lectures are taught in Mandarin (Chinese) which is absolutely baseless. All the international universities in china have English and mandarin both as their medium of instruction which makes it very easy for international students to adjust themselves. There Couldn't be a better opportunity to learn the world's most spoken language. Mandarin (Chinese) is known as one of the most difficult languages in the world to learn and master. Studying in a Chinese university provides an opportunity to students to learn Mandarin (Chinese) which will be the most popular international language in the coming years. If you do not know any Chinese, do not worry about it. You can either learn freely in the campus or attend the degree programs taught in English.

Global Recognition

The academic qualifications awarded by Chinese universities are recognized by most developed countries. The Chinese government has signed an agreement on mutual recognition of academic qualifications with all the leading countries.

Low Cost

There can be no doubt that studying and living in China is a much cheaper alternative compared to studying in America and Europe. The U.S. for example, charges tuition fees of up to 18,000 dollars per year and the living expenses there can amount to 10,000-12,000 per year. However, in China, the tuition fee per semester is less than 1500 U.S. dollars. Food and clothes in China are as affordable as it gets. You can enjoy a good meal for less than 1 dollar. You can buy a pair of traditional Beijing cloth shoes for less than 2 dollars. If you are an environmentalist, you will be happy to hear that the bicycle is the most common form of transportation in China. All in all, everything is more than affordable in China.

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Posted on 09 Oct 2017
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