Demonstrating Interest without thinking of Test Scores

If you have identified your dream schools and you have a strong list of other colleges to apply to. Your GPA, standardized test scores are where they need to be. You need to register with ACASC for us to know who you are and how you will fit into a Chinese university.

At a significant number of applicants, demonstrating interest china’s admission process. If you don’t show ACASC that you are very interested in studying abroad, we find it difficult to meet your demands.

While exploring through our universities, is the most impactful way to demonstrate interest, the school you are interested in might be on your fingertips.

It’s a great idea to develop a relationship with ACASC. Don’t ask questions that are readily available on our website or through a simple web search. Instead of asking, “why study abroad,” which would take you two seconds to find from ACASC website, do some research and ask instead, “I’m interested in (X) major, and I see you have study abroad programs in China.

Demonstrating interest can mean the difference between admission and even denial in some college’s application, you don’t have to give. Just contact for any help. You don’t have to be a “stealth app”. Thus a student who applies with no contact beyond the application. In the process you might learn what you needed to know to move it up or call off your application.


Scholarship Spotlight

5 Steps for getting a better University Scholarship with ACASC


You have been accepted to a university on a scholarship.

Follow these five steps to maximize your chances of scholarship success:

  • Understand why the college is offering you a scholarship.

Universities and Colleges offer scholarships in the hopes that it will encourage you to choose their school over the others.  They want you to enroll and achieve your future goals.

  • Know who to contact.

University Scholarships are typically decided upon in the Admissions Office. Colleges offer scholarships to many accepted students, even if they didn’t apply from the start but uses their academic performance.  If you applied through ACASC you have our company as your ally.

  • Why do you want to attend this college.

What do you think makes you a better candidate, and most importantly what other offers have you received from other schools or agents? Depending on offers from less selective or non-recognized schools may not help your case, but if you really want a scholarship from a recognized school contact

  • Be timely but patient.

  Contact ACASC as soon as you have registered and submitted all your documents for review via our online admissions portal. But before you pay your deposit, give us about two weeks to respond to your request.  Follow up if you don’t hear back from us.  Our Admissions Offices are mostly busy. Start with an email or phone call 008615850513534 and follow up with any info you need to know or we request.

  • Send in a person to contact.

Contact person could be a guardian or parent. Keep in mind that with ACASC you have nothing to lose, and the university will not rescind your acceptance or scholarships they have already awarded you.  ACASC will need witnesses or a guarantor to sign before the student completes the application. The school will check to be sure there is someone to contact as a family in case of any emergency.

Start your future here now before it’s too late. Apply now or contact for any questions.

ACASC Representative Interviewed Hebei North University (HBNU) Student, Prince Mavin

ACASC Representative: What were you doing before you came to Hebei North University?

Prince: I graduated from SDA Nurses Training College, Ghana with a Diploma in Nursing in December 2010.

ACASC Representative: Why did you choose to come to China to study in Hebei North University?

Prince: My aim was being a medical Doctor so I heard about Hebei  North University and was very determined to be a part of Hebei North University . I am most interested with the international education focus along with the challenging and rewarding environment of the program. This is the main reason that I choose this university. Additionally, living in Zhangjiakou  will let me experience different diverse cultures and traditions and also enrich my Chinese language skill.


ACASC Representative: What do you most like about your course?

Prince: My experiences studying this course are exciting. I have the opportunity to interact with a number of students from many different countries. What I like most is the professional attitude and the study environment that was provided for me. Another thing I liked was the close knit and interpersonal communications that were prevalent between professors and students. Every professor also believed in their students and seemed to really think about students’ future growth and professional progress.

ACASC Representative: How do you think your course will help you with your future career?

Prince: Currently, China has evolve into one of the most important countries for studying medicine. China has fascinated me for a very long time especially in the areas of language and culture. I decided to advance my education by attaining my Bachelor in Medicine, Bachelor in Surgery and especially here in China because their medical schools are recognized by World Health Organizations (WHO) and Ghana Medical Association (GMA). Even after just two years of studying at Hebei North University, I have been enhanced in the medical field with some clinical experience.

ACASC Representative: What do you do in Zhangjiakou on vacation?

Prince: There are lots of things to do with free time in Zhangjiakou. Activities such as sightseeing with friends, exploring Chinese food by eating outside, or taking Chinese language classes.

ACASC Representative: What is your future plan?

Prince: I want to be a good Medical Doctor. My country is developing and need doctors to improve the health sector. Ever since I was a child, I have tender loving care for people who needs help. After completing my course I will do my best to serve my country well to eradicate diseases. I like being a health care personnel and studied nursing after high school.


Socializing as a New International Student

The first day of school is usually a mix of feelings. The excitement of the new things, the nervousness of the change of environment, and determination to start classes and make new friends are just a few of them. For an international student, a new semester means a new opportunity try new things and getting out of your comfort zone. After all, that’s the basics of traveling to another country. Developing a social life can be challenging when you travel alone but thanks to technology, the distance between people have become shorter.

Nowadays, we have many ways and fewer excuses to join a new club or learn new skills. As someone in a foreign land, it might be hard to find the right niche but this task can be very fun!

The Student Union on Campus

Almost every college or university in China is equipped with an international students group called “Students union.” That is where most events around campus will be organized or will be announced since it’s a high traffic area. During your weekend or vacation, if you are looking for groups to join or things to do, make sure you visit your on-campus student union. Some student unions will have soccer to play, watch a movie in theaters, study groups, partying, visiting some exciting places and popular restaurants for your convenience. If you don’t have any schedules, the student zone makes it easy for you to find something to do and socialize.

Meeting up with friends

Once you begin your search for something that might interest you, technology is your best friend. Ninety-nine (99%) percent of the time, there will be an app connecting you to nearby events, groups in the proximity, and places of interest etc. For example, WeChat is a great app for your mobile phone where anyone can create an interest group and be joined by people around your city, within the country or outside china. Another convenient app if you need a ride somewhere is Didi (Uber). Didi is quickly replacing public transportation in most cities. They arrive in just a short time and are more convenient and cheap. Didi drivers are regular people with a car that will give you a ride, sometimes, for a fraction of the cost of a taxi.

Ask your colleagues

If you live on-campus, you probably come across different kinds of people every day. While some people are social butterflies, others may prefer hanging around one or two friends. However, the residence halls or dormitories are a great place to find out about activities or the nightlife during the weekend. It serves as a good place to start since most people around you will be looking for something to do. Never feel like you are the only one trying to explore and try new things when you live in the dormitories.

Now that you have a place to start, you should be able to change scenery and do new things. Go from your bed to recreational parks to learn new dance move and making lasting memories on this exciting time of your life. Feel free to take a chance out there and never fear going to an event or joining a group. The only thing you might lose is the boredom of staying home.