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Why Study in China

Getting the chance to study in China is an opportunity to explore and indulge oneself into the worlds most populated Nation.Chinais fast becoming the most common destination for International students who want to study abroad. This is due to many reasons ranging from its exceptional cultural values, its history, and most importantly the affordability of education.

Most people all around the world are denied the chance to study abroad because of the perceived high cost of living. Well, that is true to some extent, because for countries like theUK, European countries and theUS, outrageous fees are charged per year.

Studying inChinais a far cheaper option, with an arguable higher teaching standard than studying in other countries. When you compare the standards of living in these countries you also realize that Chinas standard is relatively lower.


As at 2016, the least amount paid by a non European student in theUKwas about 12000 USD per year, with the cost of living reaching even higher amounts. Meanwhile, theUnited   Statesis noted to have the world most expensive tuition fees as well as extremely high costs of living.

China’s University fees vary from school to school. Obviously the higher graded schools charge more than other schools, but averagely about 3500 USD annually is paid as tuition fees.

Cost of living is also relative to the city where you wish to attend school, with popular cities like Beijing and Shanghai having higher costs than lesser known and developed cities like Zhangjiakou.

 

What are the Benefits of Studying in China?

 

Agriculture is a very vast field, after graduation students will be able to follow a wide range of career paths, from the sciences side to the business side. These are the benefits derived from studying agriculture inChina:


China surrounds students with the right atmosphere which enables all students to study in happiness and satisfaction, while making students feel at home with the hospitability of the natives.

l  The skills and knowledge that is gotten from the professors and lecturers are of high standard. A standard many will rightly match with that of Europe and theUS.

l  Graduate students from China Universities are qualified to work in any Country. They are also qualified to sit any examination for a higher qualification in any country.

l  Over 89% of graduates from china stand out wherever they go due to the rich and exceptional internship opportunities and practical teaching lessons adopted by the colleges and universities in China.

 

Table showing the general fee standard of Schools

 


Level of Studying

Fee Standard (per person per year)

 

 

Tuition fee for arts related subjects

Undergraduates and/or  

Chinese-language

US $1,600-3,300

Postgraduates

US $2,300-3,700

Doctoral students

US $2,600-4,100

Short-term students

US $350-600 per month

Tuition fee for sciences;   technology, agriculture, medicine, sports,

Undergraduates, common trainees

US $1,800-6,400

Postgraduates

US $2,600-7,400

Doctoral students

US $2,900-8,400

Short-term students

US $350-1,200

 

Please note that this is not the exact fee structure for all schools. Fees structure ranges from school to school, so be sure to contact ACASC to find out the exact tuition fee for the school you might want to apply to.


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