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Why Study in China?

In recent years, the demands to study in china has seen incredible increase worldwide. China recorded over 286,000 students from over 180 countries entering for a degree.

You might wonder for a second why Chia is an attraction to overseas students. These are the top 5 reasons:

1. Affordable Fee Structure

International students settle for Chinese universities because of reasonable fees and low standard of living compared to other countries. Fees range from 1500 USD to 6000 USD annually depending on the degree you are pursuing. Click Fees and Costs to find more about the tuition.

2. Travel and Discovery

China is one of the few countries with the longest living history and modern civilization. Studying here gives you wonderful opportunity to explore the adventures of china; experiencing the brilliant mix of ancient and modern civilization and enjoying its beautiful scenery. China is also an interesting society to make friends with diverse ethnicities and different race all over the world.

From the glowing and buzzing cities to the mountain top dynasty villages where a pin drop can even be heard illustrates how diverse the country China is. This is to say that the country is beautified not only with museums of imperial relics but also the glitz and glamor of high ranked modern cities across the country.

3. Quality Education

The Chinese government has been heavily invested in education, mainly development of first-class universities. Currently, over 6,000 tertiary institutions in China have been authorized by the Chinese Ministry of Education to admit international students with about 200 institutions are allowed to hand over Chinese scholarships.

Official academic education certificates awarded to International students by Chinese universities are globally recognized. Agreements have been reached bilaterally between China and over 90 countries worldwide including Britain, France, USA, Japan and others across Africa, Asia and the Americas.

4. Job Opportunities

China is the world's largest and fastest growing economy with an average GDP of 9.79 over a 30-year duration. It is also the world's largest exporter and second largest importer of goods.

Studying in China exposes you to international groups and engaging in global work market. High demands and consumption of the Chinese domestic market has caused numerous top companies to relocate their Asia-Pacific headquarters to big Chinese cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. To mention a few of these companies; Exxon Mobil, Siemens, Volkswagen, etc.

5. Safety of Study in China

China and its people are well known for great etiquette, hospitality, and warm-heartedness. As a major activist of world peace, china has developed sound relations with surrounding nations and become one of the safest places to study.

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