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Where to study

It is the most important step to choose a suitable place to make your study abroad in China a best value one. More than 200 Chinese public universities and language schools in more than 60 cities of different scales and features use our Global lMandarin Connection online admission system. That is why people are usually at a loss in face of such overwhelming choices of programs and universities in different cites. For your convenience, Global Mandarin Connection classified these cities by according to your various concerns. You can easily search your program in the cities that fit your interest, budget, and academic needs through our program search and school search system. The factors for you to consider various according to your own interest and background. While the remarkable factors are: academic atmosphere, transplantations, living cost, culture and history, climate etc.

International Metropolis

Beijing

Shanghai

Tianjin

Guangzhou

Chongqing

Hong Kong

An international metropolis is usually the political, economic and cultural center of a country, with a population in excess of 10 million. Many of China's comprehensive universities are set up in these cities where you can learn any program you want.

Characteristics:

• More prestigious universities.

Beijing is the academic hub for nationals, with distinguished universities such as Peking and BLCU. While Shanghai boasts Fudan and Jiaotong Universities, both very popular among international students.

• Higher living cost

Generally speaking, living in those cities is more expensive, particularly in Beijing and Shanghai.

Regardless, living in both cities can still be less expensive compared to many other countries and cities in the world, just relax!


Metropolis

Metropolitan cities are usually the political and economic centers of regions or provinces. In these cities, the transportation is very convenient. Metropolitan cities most likely have or are building subways. Their population density is lower compared to Beijing and Shanghai. Most of the universities in China are also located in these cities.

Harbin

Tianjin

Jinan

Wuhan

Guangzhou

Chongqing

Chengdu

Zhengzhou

Changsha

Changchun

Taiyuan

Shenyang

Shijiazhuang

Nanning

Shenzhen

Kunming

Wulumuqi

Nanchang

Fuzhou

Haikou

Guiyang

Hong Kong

Taipei

 

Affordable Cities

These mid-sized cities usually have a lower urban population than metropolises, and they have characteristics of their own. The cost of living in these cities is comparatively low, and the relative lack of foreigners means you'll have plenty of chances to practice your Chinese. If you like this kind of environment, you can choose to go to:

Dezhou

Fuxin

Baoding

Hohhot

Wenzhou

Tangshan

Zhenjiang

Hefei

Lanzhou

Binzhou

Yangling

Jinzhou

Jiamusi

Nantong

Jilin

Linyi

Historical cities

Historical cities generally served as China's political, economic and cultural centers during ancient times. Boasting more than 1,000 years of history, they have become celebrated tourist destinations and are certainly worth visiting. If you study here, you will find a rich cultural atmosphere:
• Nanjing (the ancient capital of six dynasties in history)
• Xi'an (where the famous Terracotta Warriors are located)
• Suzhou (China's most famous architectural landscape)
• Hangzhou (China's beautiful ancient scenery, Longjing Tea and the West Lake)
• Kaifeng (One of the ancient cities with 2700 years of history)

Featured Cities

These cities are special because of certain landscapes or famous people.

Ya'an

Zibo

Jingdezhen

Yinchuan

Leshan

Linfen

Guilin

Qufu

Wuxi

Yuxi

Mudanjiang

Taian

Liaocheng


Coastal cities

Many Chinese cities are near the beach along the18,000 kilometers long coastline, where there are also many excellent universities.

Dalian

Qingdao

Ningbo

Xiamen

Weihai

Yantai

Qinhuangdao

Rizhao


 
 

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