The cost of studying in China is relatively low. A variety of scholarship programs have been established to help overseas students study in China, including three which are run by CUCAS. Scholarship candidate qualifications will only be evaluated on the basis of successful school admission.
The following is a breakdown of expenses you will have to pay:
For example: When you submit your application for the first time, you only need to pay the application fee requested by each university. Application fee is non-refundable. To find out how to make a payment, you can go to the Help Center and find the third section "Payment Methods" on the left column.
After receiving the admission notice of the university, you may need to pay:
Upon arrival at the university, you may have to pay:
Cost of Living
The cost of living in China is relatively low, the general cost of living in large cities is roughly 200-500 dollars a month, while living in a small city is usually lower than 200 USD a month.
|Location||Meal charge per month (in RMB)||Transportation fare (in RMB)|
|Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region||500||7|
|Remarks: Transportation fare is the minimum fare of taking a taxi.|
The cost of entertainment and tourism depends on your choice of destination and preferences, the average cost of inter-provincial holiday travel is around 200-500 U.S. dollars.
For information about exchange rates, please visit Bank of China.