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Counsellors in taking total care and responsibility of applicants should provide them with academic guidelines along with practical information that relates to their set courses. Applicants should be coached on university degree programs that will play out well for them socially and financially since they might have been forced or falsely informed on the programs they’ve grown interest in. Counselors can do this by monitoring data to know the academic progress and strong interests over their High school years and with masters programs, students should continue in the same subject line.

In relation to china, a lot of things should be considered when one is deciding on the here. Financial support is a great matter to be discussed. Counselors shouldn’t be concerned with just getting the applicants into china but also how they are going to settle all fees over their years of study. Some universities and cities issue student visas which will allow them work and earn some money over the holiday breaks or vacations. Working in coffee shops and babysitting are all work opportunities in most Chinese cities.

Counselors should also do their best to apply for scholarship programs for financially-challenged applicants who would love to further their education in china. The China Education Ministry offers a limited number of scholarships to most universities in the country to credit excellent academics and support students financially.

The weather should be noted to applicant because china has a range from extreme hot weathers to extreme cold temperatures. Counselors should study weather histories and inform students because people from tropical areas might be sensitive to cold temperatures or will not adapt well to the cold so it’s best you apply to schools in the tropical regions of china. Some temperate zones in china might be too hot for light skin people and cause scotching burns.

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