When To Apply? School Application Schedule Of Top Colleges In China


"A great leader's courage to fulfill his vision comes from passion, not position." -- John Maxwell. 

The most important thing about choosing a course is to think about what you really enjoy doing so that reaching your goals will be easily accomplished with happiness. Passion plays a vital role in choosing a course.


You will have to consider all your options and then make an informed decision about whichever course you want to study. Currently with the introduction of the widely accessible internet, getting information about a specific topic isn’t as hard as it once was. In the case of choosing the right course to study in the university, you will be making an informed decision, when you research intensively into all the options at your disposal, and then select one particular program that will suit you.


Universities and colleges are generally the places where most people harness some talents, meet new people and acquire new skills as well. So you needn’t feel restricted at all. Some people actually advice high school graduates who will be looking to enter the university to first choose their most preferred course they want to study, then afterwards match with the most suitable school. This advice is considered more suitable than choosing the university first and then being restricted to choosing only programs the university offers.

 

In China, degree courses tend to be specialized, allowing students to focus on their chosen course from day one. Before you choose a course, carefully read the course description and make sure they are in alignment with your dream job. In China, courses are categorized into family courses and are further divided into sub-courses. International Students have a range of courses to choose from. Students can apply up to five courses in different universities.

 

Some universities offers Scholarship schemes for some courses. It will be in the student’s best interest to look through the brochure of schools and find out more information about all these programs with specific scholarships. With that in mind you could even have more options about what and even where to study.

 

In China, undergraduate degree courses are offered for 5-6 years depending on the major. Master’s degree courses are offered for 2-3 years and doctorate degree courses are offered for 3-5 years. Non-degree courses take a life span of either a semester i.e. 3-5 months or two semesters i.e. 1 year.