Further study in China offers the best of both worlds:
1. High standard of academic with affordable fees
2. Colorful and fulfilling campus life
China captured a big chunk of market share of international students. From "nowhere to be seen" in 2001, China has 7% of market share of 4 millions international students in 2011 at the expense of US due to its education reform policies to conduct tertiary education fully taught in English to cater for international students who prefer to study in English medium at the backdrop of Chinese medium degree courses. other factors that attributed to the increase of international students study in China are affordable tuition package, high standard of academic, wholesome campus life and scholarship support.
The below pictures paint thousand words of colorful and fulfilling study life in China.
With continued rapid economic development and growing national strength, China has attracted a growing number of foreign students. According to statistics, more than 350,000 foreign students from 200 countries and regions studied in China in 2013. They have personally experienced the changes occurring in China.
|Two Italian students wearing bikinis, lying on the roof of a building near Zhejiang University, take a solarium after lunch, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang on May 11, 2012. (Photo/CNTV)|
|A student from Ghana learns performance skills of Shaoxing opera under the guidance of opera actor in Zhenjiang, east China's Jiangsu province on May 13, 2012. (Photo/CNTV)|
|Pakistani students perform modern dance at the Christmas party in China University of Petroleum in Qingdao, east China's Shandong province on Dec. 25, 2013. (Photo/CNTV)|
|Three Indian students pose for photos in a park in Nanjing on April 11, 2013.(Photo/CNTV)|
|A Spanish student watches the East Asian Cup and talks about the present situation and problems of Chinese football in his apartment in Xi'an on July 21, 2013. (Photo/CNTV)|
|French student Damian Levy and Germany student Moritz Gramming from Sculpture Department of Chongqing Academy turn the 5-meter-high warehouse into an exhibition hall with waste materials. (Photo/CNTV)|
|Sophia, from Denmark, attends military training for high school freshmen in Tianjiabing High school in Changzhou of Jiangsu on Sept. 26, 2013. She was the only foreign student in school. (Photo/CNTV)|
|Ukrainian student Natasha works out in her apartment in Hangzhou on Dec. 28, 2012. (Photo/CNTV)|
|68-year-old Tamada Shigeki registers in Shandong University to start the master study in Chinese in Jinan, Shandong province on Sept. 5, 2013. (Photo/CNTV)|
|Two foreign students - Morris from Kenya and Gilson from Namibia - provide medical service to the residents in Yanchi community of Yangzhou, east China's Jiangsu province on Nov. 4, 2012. (Photo/CNTV)|
To learn and see more about international students life in China, please click on below links.
1. Malaysian Students in China
2. University Life in China
3. Why Not Enjoy The Best of Both Worlds
4. Seek Education Even If It Takes You to China
5. Is University You Plan to Enroll Offered Wholesome Campus Life?