Why Study in China


Studying abroad in China provides opportunities for international students to view things from a Chinese perspective. Merging the knowledge of both China and their home countries will give students an advantage to explore future career opportunities. Students will gain first-hand experience in rising world power. The insights gained from a study in China will provide an advantage in job interviews. Not only the study abroad experience can internationalize the resume, but students can also demonstrate that they have a good understanding of the Chinese market and the ability to adapt to new cultures and environments. China is one of the most popular studies abroad destinations for international students. Many students choose to study in China with the expectation of better employment opportunities in fields such as travel, news media, academics, diplomatic work, financial, trade, banking and a lot more.


Study In China

China is a diverse country, with 5000 years of fascinating culture and history. There is no shortage of beautiful scenery, but most importantly, there is plenty of opportunities for young people in China. It may seem daunting to design a study in China, but contrary to this assumption, it’s rather easy. A burgeoning world power with the most robust consumer market, and breathtaking technological breakthroughs, China has a quality educational system.

China has invested massively to revamp the capacity of its universities and has provided the needed resources and strategy in pushing the internationalization of Chinese Education. Peking University, Tsinghua, Fudan University and other reputable intuitions make it into global university rankings. China has the best training and development environment to transform lives. This is why Many International students now prefer to study in China alongside the fact that it’s relatively less expensive compared with other destinations like the USA, UK, Canada, etc. Scholarships are available to subsidize the costs as well- You could study for free in China.

How to Apply

There are several ways and approaches to securing admission to study in Chinese Universities. You can easily apply to study through Study in Eurasia. Applying through Study in Eurasia Ltd is the easiest of all, such that we take care of the entire process by assisting you in making critical study decisions. Our experienced admission staff and Mentors are always available to support you through the process. We have a well-established platform, linked directly to the universities. SIEA does the heavy lifting while you relax and prepare for arrival. You can also apply to many universities with a single form.

There are some vital documents needed to secure admission into Chinese Universities

  • Passport photo
  • Scanned copy of valid passport valid for at least six months ( we advise one year)
  • Health certificate ( there is a form for your doctor to examine you and fill out)
  • non-criminal record Certificate
  • Chinese/English language proficiency certificate
  • Letter of guarantee from parent or sponsor
  • Two reference letters from Employers or past tutors
  • Financial Commitment for Fee-Paying Applicants- Proof that you can support your studies in China
  • Certificate/diploma from last Educational institution – or if you have not graduated yet, a letter from your current institution stating your graduation date
  • Academic transcript from last graduated school
  • Updated Resume  or CV

After submitting your application to us through info@studyineurasia.org or applying online on this website, here is a list of what lies ahead

  • Wait for Admission Decision
  • Submit further documents when requested
  • Take delivery of your JW202 or JW201 when you finally get an admission
  • Applying for a student visa
  • Arranging your flight details
  • Insurance Arrangement
  • Arranging Airport pick up


Shortly after you get your acceptance letter from your university, it is time to apply for a Chinese student visa whether you are a European or non-European student. First of all, you need to decide whether you should apply for an “X” visa or an “F” visa.

The first one applies to students who plan to study in China for more than six months, while the second to students who plan to study or have an internship in the country for less than six months.  Note that as an international student you have 30 days after your arrival in China to apply for a residence permit that will enable you to study in China without any obstacles. The application for the residence permit should be submitted at the division of exit-entry administration of the local public security bureau.

Chinese Visa Requirements for Students

Make sure months before your arrival to gather and prepare all the necessary documents. Ask your university for additional guidance and information and also contact the nearest Chinese Embassy in your home country for any questions. By doing so, you will avoid delays that might occur due to bureaucratic reasons. In relation to the Chinese Visa Requirements, keep in mind that European nationals or students from the UK, Canada and Australia, can apply for a student visa through CVASC (Chinese Visa Application Service Center). Otherwise, you can apply to your nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate office. Remember that if applying through CVASC, you need to book an appointment online through their official website.

You will need the following documents for your Chinese Visa application:

  • Visa application for your studies in China (JW201 or JW202 document) by your local Chinese Embassy or the university you are enrolled at. Remember to bring the original document to China.
  • A valid passport should have at least six months of remaining validity.
  • Recent passport-sized photos.
  • Your admissions notice from the university.
  • The Physical Examination Form.

The application fees for your Chinese Visa vary depending on the country you come from, but the price ranges around 140 USD. Normally the processing time for your visa application is fast and takes about a week.

As for the physical examination form, don’t forget that Chinese visa requirements require that after your arrival in China as an international student, you are required to go to the Health Quarantine Bureau to confirm your physical examination form as soon as possible. If you fail to provide your physical examination form or record, then you must be examined at the local health bureau.