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  • Hafeez,Maldivian Student in China, Majoring in Law at Renmin University of China

    I came to study at Renmin University of China in September 2016, majoring in law, and already graduated last month with a master’s degree. At that time, China and the Maldives launched a cooperation project, where China offered scholarships to Maldivian students to finance their study in China, and the Maldivian government was responsible for sending the most outstanding applicants to China based on their academic results. I was one of the lucky applicants to be sent here. Being a government-funded student, I have no idea of exact expenses for my study in China. I lived on the ground ...

    Post time: 10-23-2019
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  • Luo Lin (Pseudonym), Chinese Canadian, Majoring in Computer Science & Technology at Nanjing University

    I was born in China. When I was still at my primary school, I went to Canada along with my parents, and later became a Canadian. So, I can be said to be a foreigner of Chinese descent. Now, I am a junior student at Nanjing University, majoring in Computer Science & Technology. Since I am a Chinese by ethnicity, almost no my schoolmates can distinguish me from local students, and regard me as an overseas student. It seems to me that studying in China is much cheaper than in Canada. The tuition for international students at this University is about RMB 23,000 a year, far less than the fig...

    Post time: 10-23-2019
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  • Duiying Quan, SK Student in China, Studying at Peking University’s School of Journalism & Communication

    After finishing my junior middle school back at home, I came to China for my further schooling in Qufu, Shandong — the hometown of Confucius, an ancient Chinese sage. In a fourth/fifth-tier town like this, there are not so much desired educational resources as in a big city, and I didn’t perform so well in my academic achievements, ranking approximately the fortieth in my class of over 70 students. However, I was the only one to be enrolled into the most prestigious institute of higher learning in China: Peking University. Unlike my Chinese classmates, who had to sit for the grueling ...

    Post time: 10-23-2019
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