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International students come to China not only to broaden their education, but to gain cultural and social knowledge about this country, as well. You would do well to make the most out of your experience here, and social activities on campus are a great place to start. Most universities offer a wide array of clubs and organizations representing student interests. You will find cultural and religious associations, sports teams and athletic clubs, volunteer service organizations, academic societies, music and theater groups, international student organizations and many other opportunities for social activities. All of these activities are good opportunities to meet others and develop friendships. You should check with the university’s international student office to learn more about the social and cultural offerings available at your school of choice.

Be aware that certain types of institutions may offer fewer social activities. For example, some schools that are located in large, urban areas (often called ‘commuter campuses’ because most students do not live on campus, but rather commute to campus for classes) tend to cater to part-time American students and do not concentrate on student social activities.



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