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Education abroad. Getting grants in the China


Education abroad.
Getting grants in the
Prepared by: student of the MD-21 group Roman Semyonov
Head: Bazhenova N.G. 2022 y.


1) What types of educational organizations in Сhina
2) The best universities in China today
3) Advantages of studying in China
4) How to get a grand in Сhina
5) References


What types of educational organizations in China?
• Preschool education.
• Primary education.
• Secondary education.
• Vocational education.
• Higher education.


Preschool education in China.
• Preschool institutions in China are kindergartens. Children aged 3 to 6
years are accepted there. There are about 150 thousand
kindergartens in the country. Kindergartens are divided into public
and private.


Primary education in China
• Primary education is provided to children in six-year comprehensive
primary schools with a full day of study. The curriculum includes such
subjects as moral education, Chinese language, politics, history,
geography, physics, chemistry, biology, physical education, music, art,
work skills, etc. Children who have graduated from primary school can
enter secondary schools at their place of residence without admission


Secondary eductaion in China
• General secondary education is offered by general secondary schools. The
training is divided into two stages. Secondary schools of the 1st stage provide
incomplete secondary education. The term of study in them is three years.At this
stage, the nine-year compulsory education ends.Secondary schools of the 2nd
stage provide full secondary education, after which graduates can continue their
studies at universities. Upon graduation, students take a final exam, the results of
which determine their chances of enrolling in a particular university. In the field
of secondary education, departmental restrictions on the admission of foreign
students still apply. In particular, not all schools in China have the right to accept
foreign students for study, only leading schools, the so-called key-school, have
such a right.


Vocational education in China.
• Unlike general education, the main purpose of secondary special education is the technical training of specialists for future work,
the study of theoretical foundations and the development of practical skills related to the chosen profession, much less attention
is paid to general education disciplines.
• The system of secondary special education in China is divided into three levels: primary, secondary, and higher.
• non–professional elementary schools accept graduates of a comprehensive elementary school - from the age of 12. Primary school
education takes three to four years.
• Secondary vocational schools accept persons with incomplete secondary education (after the general school of the first stage),
that is, persons who have completed the stage of compulsory 9-year education. Education in schools of this level takes three to
four years. Graduates of professional schools are ready to start professional activity in their specialty.
• Professional educational institutions of the highest level accept persons with a full secondary education (after graduation from the
second stage of school). The task of educational institutions of this level is to train comprehensively developed qualified specialists
in their field. Training programs take two to three years. Graduates of secondary specialized institutions of the highest category
have the right to start professional activity or enter general universities to obtain a bachelor's degree.


Higher eduaction in China
• Universities in China are divided into several hierarchical categories according to the degree of prestige. Depending on the number
of points received at the final school exam, graduates can apply for admission to the entrance exams only to the university of the
corresponding category or lower category. Admission to Chinese universities takes place in conditions of fierce competition:
competitions in individual universities reach 200-300 people per place.
• In China, as in the West, there is a standard three-level training program. Bachelor course. Duration of training: four, at least five
years. After successful completion of this stage, graduates receive a completed higher education with a Bachelor's degree.
• Magistracy. Duration of training: two to three years. After successful completion of this stage, graduates receive a completed
higher education with a Master's degree.
• Doctoral studies. Duration of training: two to three, at least four years. After successful completion of this stage, graduates receive
a completed higher education with the degree of "Doctor".


Top 10 Universities in China:
• 10. Harbin Institute of Technology
• 9. Wuhan University
• 8. Sun Yat-sen University
• 7. Nanjing University
• 6. Shanghai Jiao Tong University
• 5. Zhejiang University
• 4. University of Science and Technology of China
• 3. Fudan University
• 2. Peking University
• 1. Tsinghua University


Advantages of studying in China
• Free learning. Almost all institutes offer to give knowledge and a bachelor's or master's
degree on a budget basis
Free accommodation. You can choose a university that provides students with
comfortable dormitories
Study in China without knowledge of the language — in English. At the same time, you
will also attend Chinese courses for free. This is included in the academic calendar.
High demand for specialists. After graduation, a graduate can start his own business or
get a job in any of the 74 areas — agricultural, economic, medical and others
The possibility of employment in China or countries that cooperate with it
Payments of large scholarships. Chinese universities pay from 1,000 to 3,000 yuan to
students with high academic performance.


How to get a grand in China?
• Anyone who wants to get into the cultural environment of the
country and is ready to study can get a grant in China.
• Students are given the opportunity to get an education that fully
meets the standards of the country, as well as get to know its culture


Conditions for obtaining a grant to China:
• Chinese language proficiency (HSK 4 for Bachelor's degree, HSK 5 for Master's degree)
• Recommendation letters
• School certificate
• Extract with estimates for the last two years
• Motivation letter
• Certificate from work (provided if you had a break from school due to work)
• Diploma from the previous place of study (for those who are going to enroll in a master's
or doctoral degree)
• Additional diplomas, certificates, and awards confirming additional personal


• https://studyinchinas.com/ru/%D0%BB%D1%83%D1%87%D1%88%D0%B8%D0%
• https://studyinchinas.com/ru/%D1%83%D1%87%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B0%D0%B2-%D0%BA%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BB%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%BD%D0%BE/
• https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9A%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%B3%D0%


Education abroad.
Getting grants in the
Prepared by: student of the MD-21 group Roman Semyonov
Head: Bazhenova N.G. 2022 y.
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