Expenses for studying in Shaanxi

New China began accepting overseas students in 1950. In the past few years, the number of foreign students in China has increased greatly. And the programmes available are diverse in catering to different needs of foreign students, which include language students, undergraduates, postgraduates, doctoral students, research scholars, and those taking all kinds of short-term training courses.

Study in China is inexpensive. You can get a general idea about expenses by looking at catalogs or application information provided by each university. The following table is only a rough guide to expenses for self-supporting foreign students. Tuition rates for different programs in different universities vary tremendously; the cost of living in different parts of China also varies. For more detailed and up-to-date information, please consult the admission brochures of each institution.

Self-financed international students maypay in either RMB or foreign currency according to the standards established.When they pay in foreign currency, the payment is calculated by the exchangerate announced by the Bank of China on that day. Details are as followings (in RMB yuan/ person):

1.Registration fees (including the admission examination fees): 400-800;

2.Tuition fees:

1). Majors in Liberal Arts:

Undergraduates:14,000-26,000 per academic year

Master's DegreeStudents: 18,000-30,000 per academic year

Doctoral DegreeStudents: 22,000-34,000 per academic year

Short-term Students: 3,000-4,800 for about one month's study, 8,000-10,000 for about three months' study

2-year College Students and Visiting Scholars' tuition fees are similar to the Undergraduates'; Senior Visiting Scholars' tuition fees are similar to Master's Degree Students'; Research Scholars' tuition fees are similar to the Doctoral Degree Students'.

2). Majors in Sciences:

Tuition fees are10-30% higher than Liberal Arts majors'.

3). Majors in Medicine, Physical Education and Fine Arts

Medical, Arts and Physical Education majors' tuition fees are 50-100% higher than literal majors'.

3.Accommodation fees:

A bed indouble-bed room without bathroom, telephone and television set costs RMB 12-32yuan per day. Students shall pay for two beds when she/he occupies the whole room. The accommodation fees may be increased properly to no more than 2.5times of the above-mentioned standards if the facilities are improved.

4.Other expenses:

Costs of food,medical treatment within educational institutions, teaching materials, and costof experiments, internships, field studies, etc. that are not covered in study syllabus shall be born by the students.

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