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China is situated in East Asia, and shares borders with the Pacific Ocean on the east and with 14 countries, including Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Myanmar and Vietnam.China has been known for its beautiful landscape of mountains, plains, basins and rivers since ancient times.  Even the distinct culinary style of using fresh seasonal ingredients with a balance of color, texture and presentation has made a mark globally.  

Since two decades China has gathered international attention as a global economic power. On one side is Beijing, a historic but modern capital with centuries of political history, diverse architecture and a deep rooted rich culture. The other side is Shanghai, an exciting metropolis which depicts the nation’s commercial power. Today China is a buzz of activity and the fastest developing country in all aspects including education. Did you know that the Chinese government is investing heavily in education with the main objective of developing world class universities? So you can think of short listing China for studies abroad.

   

China holds the record for the fastest developing major country in the history of the world, with no signs of a slowdown at present. China weathered the global economic slowdown very well, and is now accelerating out of it thanks to prudent policies, a budget surplus and recent government stimulus.

China's development can be seen economically. With an annual growth averaging 9%, China has had the fastest growing major economy for the last 30 years. 

 

The Chinese education system has shaped countless brilliant minds in the fields of business, mathematics, astronomy, martial arts, philosophy, etc. Nowadays China is a sought after country to study abroad. A bulk of 28 Chinese institutions has been included in the QS World University Rankings including Tsinghua and Peking universities at the top. Beijing and Shanghai are in the top 20 QS Best Student Cities 2015. But Chinese refer to the C9 League (nine universities equivalent to the American Ivy League) and Projects 211 and 985 ( an initiative to create 100 Chinese universities to reach a world class standard).  In case you want to know the ten Top Universities in China, they are Peking University, Tsing-Hua University, Fudan University, Zhejiang University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Nanjing University, Zhongshan University, Wuhan University,  Chinese University of Science and Technology, Jilin University. Universities in China are categorized into general university, technical university and specialized universities like medical, foreign language and teacher’s training. The Chinese Ministry of Education governs the universities in China and it has permitted 6000+ tertiary educational institutes to admit international students. The institutes offer degree and nondegree programs in various disciplines like medicine, business, engineering, care, hospitality, law, health etc. and even distinct Chinese programs like Mandarin, Calligraphy, Kungfu, Chinese medicine. The programs are taught in English and at various levels namely UG, PG and PhD. Degrees offered by Chinese universities are recognized globally. This is because China has signed an agreement with 64 countries and regions to ensure that the Chinese qualifications are recognized globally. Joining any of these programs will definitely help you succeed in life. Programs in most Chinese universities are taught in English. Education in China offers you an innovative environment and one of the richest histories across the globe. If you choose to study in China then you will experience ancient imperial relics and the towering skyscrapers. Education and living costs turn out to be quite reasonable as compared to the developing nations. The transport is convenient and inexpensive. Many scholarships are available from government, universities, foundations and corporations for various disciplines. You can take up a part-time job or an internship only after getting a residence permit from the government. If you understand Mandarin, then it is a little easy to get a good job in China. Chinese people are warm-hearted and hospitable and provide a comfortable environment to international students.

For the first time, foreigners holding study residence permits were permitted to take part-time jobs or internships outside the campus as long as they obtain approval from their academic institutions and the entry and exit administrative authorities.

Working can be a great way to get additional experience and enhance your employability or find opportunities for after you graduate. It is your responsibility to check and ensure that you comply with all the latest requirements and updates as they can happen frequently.

There are a number of ways to find opportunities in your industry. Since China is a booming economy, many students find opportunities presenting themselves in a way that doesn’t happen in their home country. 

You can search for opportunities online by looking at adverts in University cafes, or through websites such as thebeijinger.com/classifieds if you are in Beijing, you can also attend networking events. Another way is to ask your University professors, because they will have industry links and can help to make an introduction. You can also try contacting companies yourself.

 

   

China'socialist market economy is the world's second largest economy by nominal GDP, and the world's largest economy by purchasing power parity according to the IMF, although China's National Bureau of Statistics rejects this claim. Until 2015 China was the world's fastest-growing major economy, with growth rates averaging 10% over 30 years. Due to historical and political facts of China's developing economy, China's public sector accounts for a bigger share of the national economy than the burgeoning private sector.

China is a global hub for manufacturing, and is the largest manufacturing economy in the world as well as the largest exporter of goods in the world. China is also the world's fastest growing consumer market and second largest importer of goods in the world. China is a net importer of services products.

China is the largest trading nation in the world and plays the most important role in international trade, and has increasingly engaged in trade organizations and treaties in recent years.

   

China is an extremely large country, and the customs and traditions of its people vary by geography and ethnicity. 

More than 1 billion people live in China, according to the Asia Society, representing 56 ethnic minority groups. The largest group is the Han Chinese, with about 900 million people. Other groups include the Tibetans, the Mongols, the Manchus, the Naxi, and the Hezhen, which is smallest group, with fewer than 2,000 people.   

Culture includes religion, food, style, language, marriage, music, morals and many other things that make up how a group acts and interacts. Here is a brief overview of some elements of the Chinese culture.

The emergence of a newly rich middle class and an easing of restrictions on movement by the Chinese authorities are both fueling this travel boom. China has become one of the world's most-watched and hottest inbound and outbound tourist markets. The world is on the cusp of a sustained Chinese tourism boom.

 

 

The climate in China varies from region to region since the country is massive! In the northeast the summers are hot and dry and the winters are freezing cold. The north and central regions have frequent bouts of rain coupled with hot summers and cold winters.

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Sichuan University

Chengdu,China

http://www.scu.edu.cn/en/

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North Sichuan University

Nanchong,china

http://www.nsmc.edu.cn/

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Wenzhou University

Zhejiang,China

http://school.cucas.edu.cn/Study-In-Wenzhou-University_13.html

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Kuming Medical University

China

http://www.kmmc.cn/kmmc/exxzl.html

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Liaoning Medical University

Jinzhou,china

http://www.lnmu.edu.cn/

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Xinjiang Medical University

Xinjiang,China

http://www.xjmu.edu.cn/en

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Jilin University

Jilin,China

http://en.jlu.edu.cn/University/

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Anhui medical University

Hefei,China

http://www.ahmu.edu.cn/english/

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Qingdao University

Shandong, China

http://english.qdu.edu.cn

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Zhejiang Gongshang University

Zhejiang, China

http://www.zjgsu.edu.cn/index.html

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Guangxi University

Guangxi,China

http://www.gxu.edu.cn/

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Nantong University

Jiangsu, China

http://english.ntu.edu.cn

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Fujian Medical University

Fujian,china

http://en.fjmu.edu.cn

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Southwest Jiatong University

Sichuan, China

http://english.swjtu.edu.cn/public/default.aspx

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Shihezi University

Xinjiang,China

http://www.shzu.edu.cn/

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Soochow University

Suzhou,china

http://eng.suda.edu.cn/

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Harbin University

Harbin,China

http://website.hrbmu.edu.cn:8080/English/index.html

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Nanjing University

Jiangsu, China

http://www.nju.edu.cn/english

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Ningbo Medical University

Zhejiang, China

http://ww38.ningbouniversity.com

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Beihua University

Jilin,China

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South East University

Jiangsu,China

http://www.seu.ac.bd/

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Xuzhou university

Jiangsu,china

http://en.xzmc.edu.cn/

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Jinan university

Guangzhou,China

http://www.jnu.edu.cn/jnu2014

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Luzhou Medical University

China

http://www.chinaeducenter.com/en/mbbs/lzmc_mbbs.php

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Zhengzhou University

Henan, China

http://english.zzu.edu.cn

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Chongqing Medical University

Chongqing,china

http://english.cqmu.edu.cn/

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Xiamen University

china

http://www.xmu.edu.cn/english/

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Ningxia Medical University

China

http://job.nxmu.edu.cn

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Guangzhou Medical University

Guangzhou,China

http://www.gzhmc.edu.cn/gyEnglish/

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Jiangsu University

Jiangsu, China

http://eng.ujs.edu.cn

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Shandong university

Shandong, China

http://en.sdu.edu.cn

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Zhejiang University of Technology

Zhejiang, China

http://www.zju.edu.cn/english

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Wuhan University

Hubei,China

http://en.whu.edu.cn

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China Medical University

China

http://www.cmu.edu.cn/eng

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