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APPENDIX B Regulations Concerning the Admission of Foreign Students in Chinese Schools (1986J Bureau of Foreign Affairs of the State Education Commission of the People's Republic of China FOREWORD The State Education Commission of the People's Republic of China is responsible for the admission and administration of foreign students. In order to promote exchanges in the fields of education, science and technology, and culture between China and other countries and to en- hance international friendship, especially among young people' the Commission welcomes foreign students to study in China. Apart from students sent by organizations in foreign countries, the Commission accepts foreign students mainly in accordance with agree- ments between the government of China and other governments. Col- leges and universities in China are also encouraged to establish links with those of other countries and to exchange students. At present about 70 colleges and universities in more than 20 cities accept foreign students. The specialities open to them are as follows: liberal arts, sciences' engineering, agriculture, medicine, fine arts and physical culture. For the successful cooperation between the Commission and the or- ganizations concerned of the students' home country and for the con- venience of foreign students, the relevant regulations are set forth below.* I. Categories of Foreign Students Eligible for Admission A. Undergraduates: The applicant should be at least the equivalent of a graduate of senior middle school (high school) in China He/she *Information specific to the United States was provided by representatives of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Washington, D.C. 146
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APPENDIX B 147 should be 25 years of age or younger. The program lasts from four to SiX years. B. Candidates for a Master's degree: The applicant must come to China and pass the entrance examination for the Master's program at the institution to which he/she is assigned. If the applicant has been graduated with honors from a Chinese institution of higher education and wishes to work for an advanced degree at the same school, he/she may, upon recommendation by his/her department, be approved for the degree program without examinations. The applicant should be 35 years of age or younger. The program lasts from two to three years. C. Candidates for a Doctorate degree: The applicant must be rec- ommended by two of his/her professors and been approved for the doctoral program by the institution to which he/she has been assigned. The applicant should be 40 years of age or younger. The program lasts from two to three years. D. General advanced students: The applicant should have completed at least two years of undergraduate studies in China or abroad' and should intend to continue studying in China a subject in which he/she already has some background (except for those wishing to study ele- mentary Chinese). The applicant should be 35 years of age or younger. The program lasts from one to two years. E. Senior advanced students: The applicant should have at least the equivalent of the Chinese Master's degree, or be a candidate for a Doc- torate degree in another country. The student pursues advanced study independently under the direction of Chinese tutors. He/she should be 45 years of age or younger. The program generally lasts for one year. II. Application Procedures A. Applications from foreigners wishing to come to China to study under the auspices of their own government are dealt with by the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in the student's country, in consultation with the competent government authorities there; and/or by the Chinese State Education Commission, in consultation with the foreign diplo- matic mission (embassy or consulate) or representative of the spon- soring organizations in China. Foreigners who are already in China may apply for study through their countries' diplomatic missions or representatives of their spon- soring organizations in China. Applications from Americans wishing to come to China to study as self-supporting students should be submitted to the Education Division of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Washington, D.C., or to one of the Chinese Consulates located in the United States. Ad- dresses follow.
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148 CHINA BOUND Education Division Embassy of the People's Republic of China 2300 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20008 Education Division Consulate General of the People's Republic of China 520 12th Avenue New York, NY 10036 Education Division Consulate General of the People's Republic of China 3417 Montrose Boulevard Houston, TX 77606 Education Division Consulate General of the People's Republic of China 1450 Laguna Street San Francisco, CA 94115 B. Applicants should submit the following materials: (1) Application Form for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China, pre- pared by the Commission, to be completed by the applicant [see pages 162-165]. (2) Health Certificate, prepared by the Commission [see pages 166- 167] to be completed by a medical doctor after a physical examination of the applicant, and should bear a seal of a clinic or a hospital. Those who fail to meet the health requirements will not be admitted to study in China. Should anyone who fails to meet the requirements come to China, he/she will be asked to leave the country within a month at his/ her own expense. (3) Duplicated copies of notarized diploma or certificate and school- certified transcript of complete academic records, in English or French or with a translation in English or French. (4) Advanced students intending to pursue studies in the fine arts must also submit two letters of recommendation from teachers at or above the level of associate professor. Additional requirements are as follows: Art history: copy of an original term paper or other substantial piece of work on some aspect of art history; Graphic arts: three original pieces, or color photographs of six samples of the applicant's work; Music (performance): 30 minute tape recording of vocal or in- strumental performance; Music (composition): copy of an original composition. (5) Undergraduates in fine arts should submit the same material as above except that: no letters of recommendation from teachers are required; students of art history may submit a shorter criticism or com- mentary on some aspect of art history.
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APPENDIX B 149 Time of Application: (1) Undergraduates should apply during the period between April 1 and July 1 preceding the academic year for which application is made. (2) All other applicants should apply during the period between March 1 and May 1 preceding the academic year for which application is made. III. Entrance Examinations A. After submitting their applications, undergraduates in the sci- ences, engineering, agriculture and medicine are required to take stan- dard examinations in basic mathematics, physics and chemistry. Those intending to study management are required to take an examination in basic mathematics. In principle, these examinations are conducted by Chinese Embassies (or Consulates) in the students' home countries. The provisions of this article may be replaced by those of an inter- governmental agreement, if there is one. B. Candidates for graduate degrees must first come to China as ad- vanced students. Candidates for Master's degrees must take written examinations in subjects required by the school in question (except for foreign languages and political studies). Candidates for Doctorate de- grees will be examined orally by their faculty members. The school will notify students of the time of these examinations and of the subjects to be covered. Those who fail such examinations may nevertheless be permitted to stay on as advanced students at a level suited to their academic background. If they are recipients of Chinese government scholarships, the amount of their allowances will be reduced accord- ingly. C. After they are enrolled, senior advanced students will undergo an evaluation by their tutors of their knowledge of their subjects. Those who do not meet the requirements must change their status to that of general advanced students. If they are recipients of Chinese government scholarships, the amount of their allowances will be reduced accord- ingly. D. Undergraduates in liberal arts and general advanced students need take no entrance examinations. The admission decision will be based on the applicant's previous record. IV. Admission and Registration Procedures A. It is the State Education Commission that decides on admissions. The Commission will announce its decisions between the 1st of May and the 10th of August preceding the academic year for which appli- cation is made. The Commission will send to the sponsors (or applicant
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150 CHINA BOUND in the case of self-supporting students) via the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in each country the names of successful applicants from that country together with a notice of admission for each. B. At the same time, the Commission will instruct the Chinese Em- bassy or Consulate in each country to issue the necessary visas. The successful applicant or his/her sponsor may obtain a visa from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate on presentation of the notice of admis- sion. In general, students should not apply for visas at Chinese Em- bassies or Consulates in a third country. C. The Commission will assign each foreign student to a school ac- cording to his/her particular field of study or subject of research. The Application Form for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China provides space for the applicant to indicate the subject he/she wishes to pursue in China and three choices of schools.* The Commission will try to take these preferences into account when making assignments. It cannot, however, arrange for foreign students to study in organizations not under its jurisdiction. D. The Chinese academic year begins in September and foreign stu- dents who have been admitted are required to register, on the strength of the notice of admission, between September 1 and September 20. Those who fail to register within the time limit without valid reason will be disqualified. V. Elementary Chinese and Preparatory Courses A. Students who do not know Chinese, or whose knowledge of it is below the necessary level, are required to study the language and pass an examination in it before taking up their specialties. Undergraduates in Chinese language and literature, Chinese history, Chinese philoso- phy, history of Chinese art and Chinese medicine, are required to take a two year course in elementary Chinese. Undergraduates and advanced students in the sciences, engineering or other specialties are required to take a one year course in elementary Chinese. General advanced students studying liberal arts who have attained an adequate level of competence in Chinese may enter their schools directly. Supplementary language courses will be organized for them by their schools, as necessary. Senior advanced students studying liberal arts and candidates for advanced degrees should have attained a higher level of competence *"The List of Specialities in Chinese Universities and Colleges Open to Foreign Students" is available for $2.50 postage and handling charges from the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs, 1860 19th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009.
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APPENDIX B 151 in Chinese and be able to use it in pursuing study and research in their special fields. B. Students who are required to take entrance examinations in math- ematics, physics and chemistry under the provisions of Article III. A of these Regulations, and who reach a certain level in those examinations yet fail to meet the requirements for admission, may apply for a one year preparatory course in those subjects. Those who pass the final course examinations will be promoted to undergraduate classes; those who fail will be asked to withdraw. The time spent in preparatory courses does not count toward the length of specialized studies. VI. Academic Programs and Evaluations A. All foreign students are expected to study hard, observe discipline and complete course work prescribed for them by their schools and teachers. B. In principle, students are not permitted to transfer from one school to another, or to change either the subject or the duration of study that was agreed upon at the time of admission. In special cases, however, such changes may be approved by the Commission. For a change of subject, an application should be filed with the Commission before November 1 of the year in which the student is first enrolled, through the diplomatic mission or representative of the sponsoring organization in China of his/her country or through the sponsor in his/her home country. For extension of duration of study, an application should be filed with the Commission before March 1 of the year when the student is due to leave. C. Undergraduates should, in principle, follow the regular academic program established by the school. If necessary, the school authorities will make adjustments in the student's program. Candidates for ad- vanced degrees should, in principle, follow the same program as the Chinese students. General advanced students should follow the pro- gram originally agreed to; no tutors are allocated to them. Senior ad- vanced students mainly study independently, with periodic guidance from the tutors assigned to them. D. Schools are responsible for arranging field trips, field work and laboratory work in accordance with the needs of the academic pro- grams. Students must observe the relevant regulations when they need to use reference books, archives and other materials. E. With the exception of senior advanced students, who will receive written evaluations of their work from their tutors, all other students will be evaluated on the basis of their class work and of examinations
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152 CHINA BOUND taken at the end of each term. The schools will commend or reward those who excel in their studies and so notify their sponsors, if any. The sponsors may ask the school authorities for academic records of the students they are sponsoring. F. Undergraduates who, in one academic year, fail a total of three subjects or two major subjects after taking make-up examinations are required to repeat the grade in question. They are allowed to repeat a grade no more than twice and to repeat the same grade only once. Candidates for advanced degrees who fail in their examinations or thesis defense are allowed to extend the period of their studies in ac- cordance with regulations formulated by the Chinese government. General advanced students who fail in their final examinations for the academic year will be asked to withdraw from school. Schools using credit systems should follow relevant regulations. VII. Class Attendance, Suspension of Studies, Withdrawal from Studies, Disciplinary Action A. Foreign students are expected to attend classes regularly and are not allowed to be absent without valid reasons. If they are ill or have a special need to be absent, they should ask for leave in accordance with the school regulations. B. Foreign students should abide by the academic calendar of the school in which they are enrolled. Chinese schools do not observe the national holidays or other festivals of foreign countries. However, on such occasions a foreign student concerned may, on request, be granted a leave of absence. Foreign students must not ask for leave to travel as tourists while school is in session. C. A student who takes a leave of absence for more than two months at a time and cannot catch up with classes upon his/her return will be asked to suspend studies or to repeat the term. This must be done no later than the next academic year. A student who is absent from class too often without valid reason will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the regulations of the school. In serious cases, he/she may be asked to withdraw from school. A student who has an extended illness, or who is absent too often, or whose academic record is not satisfactory will be asked by the school authority to suspend study or to withdraw. The diplomatic mission and representative of the sponsoring organization in China of the student's country, or his/her sponsor at home, if any, will be notified of the action in writing. If, for any reason, a foreign student wishes to suspend studies or to withdraw, or if the government or organizational sponsor decides to
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APPENDIX B 153 recall its students from China, the diplomatic mission in China of the student's country, or his/her organizational sponsor should submit a formal request to the Commission or to the school authorities. D. A student who breaches the discipline of his/her school, damages public property, fights with others or behaves in other unacceptable ways, will be subject to disciplinary action by the school authorities. According to the circumstances and gravity of the offense, the student will be given a warning, a serious warning, or a demerit recording, be placed on probation, asked to withdraw or be expelled from school. If a student on one year probation has clearly improved his/her con- duct during the probation period, the disciplinary action against hirn/ her may be rescinded. If a student fails to improve his/her conduct while on probation, he/she will be asked to withdraw from school. When the school authorities take disciplinary action against a stu- dent, they will inform the student and also send written notification of the action to the diplomatic mission or representative of the sponsoring organization of the student's country in China, or to the student's spon- sor at home. VIII. Observance of Chinese Laws A. Foreign students must obey the laws and decrees of the Chinese government, abide by the rules and regulations of their schools and respect Chinese ways and customs. B. Foreign students coming to study in China should have ordinary passports. Before starting school, bearers of diplomatic, service or spe- cial passports should go through certain special procedures at Chinese public security departments and submit to them necessary documents issued by their countries' diplomatic missions or representatives of their sponsoring organizations in China. Such students will not enjoy diplomatic or other privileges during their studies in China. C. Within a short period of time after their arrival in China, foreign students must obtain residence permits from the local public security departments. When a foreign student wishes to travel to other countries, tour the Hong Kong and Macao regions, or return home for any reason, the diplomatic mission or representative of the sponsoring organization of his/her country in China should give written notification to the school ten days in advance, if possible. With the approval of the school, the student should go to the local public security department to apply for the necessary exit and reentry visas. When a foreign student wishes to visit an area of China to which foreigners may gain access only with permission, he/she must apply to the local public security department for a travel permit.
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154 CHINA BOUND D. Foreign students must observe the Chinese customs regulations concerning materials to be taken out of China or mailed abroad. The following items are allowable: textbooks, class handouts and related materials issued to them by the school, study notes, photographs and audiovisual materials related to study. Any materials issued by the school which are not intended for outside circulation must be approved for exit by the school authorities, who will provide the student with an itemized certificate of authorization to present to the customs officer. E. Foreign students who have violated Chinese laws or regulations, endangered China's national security, disturbed public order or harmed the interests of others will be punished by the Chinese public security and judicial departments according to law. IX. Board, Lodging and Medical Care A. Chinese schools have separate dining halls for foreign students. However, foreign students may, if they wish, have meals in the canteens for Chinese students. They should observe the regulations of the dining halls and canteens and maintain order in them. B. Chinese schools provide dormitories for their foreign students. In general, two students share one room. No special accommodations are available for married couples or for students' family members. Foreign students must abide by the school's regulations relating to housing. C. Foreign students who fall ill during their studies in China may consult doctors in the school clinics, who will refer them to outside hospitals for treatment, if necessary. Students on Chinese government scholarships enjoy free medical care. This, however, does not include the following: abortions, dentures, eye- glasses and diet supplements. Self-supporting students are responsible for all their own medical expenses. X. Extracurricular and Holiday Activities A. Foreign students may take part in the activities organized by the student associations of their schools, as well as in the athletic and recreational activities of the Chinese students. They may join the var- ious athletic and performing arts groups of their schools. They may also, if they wish, take part in activities organized by the Chinese to mark major holidays. Normal and friendly contacts between foreign students and Chinese teachers, students and people in general are en- couraged. B. If foreign students wish to organize activities in their school to celebrate their national days and major national festivals, they must
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APPENDIX B 155 obtain the approval of the school authorities. They must observe the rules and regulations of their schools in this connection. C. Foreign students on Chinese government scholarships may join trips organized by schools during winter and summer vacations; every other year, the school will bear a portion of the expense for their travel and lodging. The schools will likewise pay parts of the expense for those scholarship students who are pursuing advanced studies for at least one academic year but less than two. All self-supporting students and scholarship students who are pur- suing advanced studies for less than one academic year may join these tours at their own expense. XI. Academic Degrees and Certificates A. Undergraduates and candidates for a Master's degree who pass the examinations at the end of their studies will receive certificates and, in accordance with the Regulations of the People's Republic of China for Conferring Academic Degrees, the Bachelor's and Master's degrees respectively. Candidates for a Doctorate degree who pass the final ex- aminations and the thesis defense will be awarded Doctorate degrees. Those who fail such examinations will receive certificates of completion of studies. General advanced students and senior advanced students who have completed the required work will receive certificates of advanced study. No degrees will be conferred upon them. B. Students who withdraw from school before completing their pro- grams will be issued certificates indicating the period of time during which they have studied. C. Foreign students should leave China within 15 days after their graduation or conclusion of studies. XII. Scholarships of the Government of the People's Republic of China A. Scholarships of the Government of the People's Republic of China are awarded to certain foreign students by the Commission in accor- dance with bilateral exchange agreements between the governments concerned. The Commission provides a monthly allowance to the stu- dent in Chinese renminbi (ynan) and also allocates to the school a sum of money to cover his/her expenses for tuition, textbooks and class handouts, laboratory work, field trips, medical treatment, housing equipment, lodging and extracurricular activities. It provides an ad- ditional allocation to the school to cover the expenses of trips organized by the school on holidays.
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156 CHINA BOUND B. The basic monthly allowance for living expenses of scholarship students is as follows: for undergraduate students: 180 ynan for Master's degree candidates and general advanced students: 200 ynan for Doctorate degree candidates and senior advanced students: 220 ynan An additional monthly allowance of 30 ynanis provided to scholar- ship recipients in the following fields of study: physical culture, navi- gation' dance, theater and wind instruments. However, they will not receive this allowance until they start those studies. An additional monthly allowance is provided to scholarship recipi- ents studying in certain regions of China, as follows: in Guangdong and Fujian Provinces: 30 ynan in Gansu, Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning Provinces: 10 ynan C. Payment of allowances to scholarship students begins on the day of their arrival at school. Students who study for an entire academic year receive their allowances up to July 31 (including during the winter vacation). Those who study for more than one academic year will also receive their allowances during the intervening winter and summer vacations, even if they return home for a visit at that time. If a student remains absent from school without valid reason beyond the period of a prescribed vacation, no allowance will be issued to him/her for the period of unauthorized absence. Those who terminate their studies and return home before the end of the academic year will receive their allowances up to the month in which they return home. Scholarships are discontinued during suspension of studies, and no retroactive payment is made after resumption of studies. If a student withdraws from studies or is expelled from school, the scholarship is discontinued from the first day of the month following the withdrawal or expulsion. XIII. Expenses Borne by Self-Supporting Students A. Before coming to China, foreign students who are providing their own financial support must have a financial guarantor and must make sure that they have adequate resources to pay all expenses during the period of their studies here. All expenses must be paid in cash, according to the relevant provisions of the Regulations Governing Grants to Foreign Scholarship Students and Fees for Self-Financing Foreign Students (Feb- ruary 19851. [See Appendix C.]
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APPENDIX B 157 B. For self-supporting students, school fees for tuition and housing are calculated in U.S. dollars and are to be paid after conversion into Foreign Exchange Certificates (FEC), according to the exchange rates of February 1 and September 1 of the year in which payments are made. (1) Tuition fees for one academic year are as follows: Students in the liberal arts Undergraduates and general advanced students: US$1,200 Master's degree candidates: US$1,600 Senior advanced students: US$2,000 Doctorate degree candidates: US$2,500 Students in the sciences, engineering, agriculture, medicine, physical culture and fine arts Undergraduates: US$1,600 General advanced students: US$2,000 Master's degree candidates and senior advanced students: US$2,500 Doctorate degree candidates: US$4,000 (2) Housing expenses are US$ 1.50 per bed per day for a double room in the school dormitory, two students sharing one room. The cost of a single room (available in some cases on request and with the approval of the school authorities) is US$4.00 per day. (3) The student is responsible for his/her board, medical care, text- books and class handouts. He/she is also responsible for expenses for additional laboratory work, field work and field trips which are not related to the teaching program, as well as the other expenses for trans- fer from one school to another. C. Tuition is payable in two parts, half at the beginning of each term. Students who fail to pay tuition at the specified time will not be allowed to register. In special cases, students may apply to the school authorities for permission to delay payment. However, payment may not be de- layed beyond one month after the beginning of the term, and a penalty will be charged for late payment in the amount of five percent of the total tuition for one term. Students who stay at school for more than one term but less than a full academic year pay tuition for the entire academic year. If, before the end of a term, a student transfers to another school for reasons not the responsibility of the Chinese, he/she will receive no refund of tuition, and no payments may be transferred to the new school. The student must pay tuition to the new school. Housing expenses are also to be paid at the beginning of each term. However, if this creates a hardship for a student, with the approval of the school authorities, he/she may make monthly payments instead.
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158 CHINA BOUND Students who terminate or suspend their studies, or who withdraw from school before the end of a term, must pay housing expenses only for the number of days they have actually lived in the dormitory. Regulations Concerning Short-Term Study Courses for Foreigners (January 1983) A. The State Education Commission of the People's Republic of China welcomes the voluntary participation of young people and others from countries outside China in short-term study courses in the Chinese language or any other specialty. B. The Commission encourages the relevant Chinese institutions of higher education to sign bilateral agreements for the running of short- term courses directly with the relevant foreign institutions. The Com- mission also encourages relevant Chinese institutions to sign such agreements with friendly, non-profit, foreign organizations that are non-governmental. The kind of specialty, length of study and expenses of the short-term course may be negotiated through consultation by both parties. The agreement should be signed before December 1 of the year prior to the starting date of the course and it becomes effective only after approval by the competent authorities of the provinces, mu- nicipalities and autonomous regions where the relevant Chinese insti- tutions are located. C. The State Education Commission of China is also willing to hold discussions with governments of foreign countries on the matter of sending students to China to participate in short-term study courses. This item will be included in the bilateral exchange programs. D. A short-term study course lasts at least four weeks and at most one normal school term, that is, around five months. Students of the course will receive a school badge and a temporary student's identity card from the relevant Chinese institution, so as to indicate their status during their stay in China. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate stating their specialty and length of study and should return their school badges and/or identity cards to the relevant institutions in accordance with the rules. E. The age limit for students in a short-term study course is 16 to 45. F. Applicants should fill in the application form issued by the rele- vant Chinese institution of higher education which will decide on ap- proval of the application. Those whose applications have been approved should hold ordinary passports. They must apply for an entry visa from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in their own country, and not from a Chinese Embassy or Consulate in a third country.
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APPENDIX B 159 G. The sponsoring party should appoint a leader among the students and send them to China together as a group. H. Students in a short-term study course must observe the laws and decrees of the Chinese government, respect the Chinese people's cus- toms and habits and abide by the rules and regulations of the relevant Chinese institutions of higher education. I. Students in a short-term study course will bear their own tuition, lodging, textbook, travel and board expenses, which should be paid upon enrollment in accordance with the rules of the recipient institu- tions. In general, payment should be made directly by the students to the recipient institution. Should both sides agree, the expenses may be paid by the sponsoring party in one sum for all the students. The State Education Commission of China does not provide scholarships for stu- dents of short-term courses. J. Students in a short-term study course can participate collectively in the trip organized by the recipient institutions in accordance with the relevant agreement. On such a trip, they enjoy the same preferential terms as long-term students. The recipient institutions are not respon- sible for arranging individual trips and a student making such a trip does not enjoy any preferential terms. No arrangements will be made by the State Education Commission of China or the relevant institutions for relatives and friends of students who wish to come to China to make a visit. K. The students should return to their own countries as soon as possible after the conclusion of their study and organized trip. As a general rule, the State Education Commission of China and the relevant institutions will not transfer a student from a short-term course to a long-term one, nor extend his or her entry visa. SHORT-TERM STUDY COURSES IN CHINA The following is a 1986 list (incomplete) of institutions of higher edu- cation in China which offer short-term courses to foreigners: Architecture 1. Nanjing Institute of Technology 2. Qinghua University (Beijing) 3. Tianjin University Al 1. Central Academy of Fine Arts (Beijing) 2. Central Institute of Arts, and Crafts (Beijing) 3. Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts (Chongqing) 4. Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts (Hangzhou)
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160 CHINA BOUND Chinese Language and Culture 1. Anhui University (Hefei) 2. Beijing College of Iron and Steel Technology 3. Beijing Foreign Languages Institute 4. Beijing Institute of Post and Telecommunications 28. Nankai University (Tianjin) 29. North China Jiaotong University (Beijing) 30. Northeast Normal University (Changchun) 31. Northwest China University (Xi'an) 32. People's University of China (Beijing) ~ _ _ 33. Shaanxi Normal University Languages Institute (Xi'an) 8. Beijing Teachers College 34. Shandong University (Jinan) 9. Beijing United University 35. Shanghai International 5. Beijing Language Institute 6. Beijing Normal University 7. Bei fine Second Foreign _ 10. Beijing University 11. Central China Teachers College (Wuhan) 12. Central Institute for Nation- alities (Beijing) 13. Dalian Foreign Languages Institute 14. East China Normal University Studies University (formerly Shanghai Institute of Foreign Languages) 36. Shanghai Jiaotong University 37. Shanghai Teachers University (formerly College) 38 Shanxi University (Taiyuan) _ ,, . (Shanghai) 39. Sichuan Teachers College 15. Fudan University (Shanghai) (Chengdu) 16. Fujian Normal University 40. SichuanUniversity(Chengdu) (Fuzhou) 41. Southwest China Jiaotong 17. Guangxi Teachers College University (Emei County) (Guilin) 42. Southwest Teachers College 18. Hangzhou University (Chongqing) 19. Harbin Institute of 43. Suzhou University (formerly Technology 20. Heilongjiang University (Harbin) 21. Inner Mongolia University (Hohhot) 22. Jilin University (Changchun) 23. JinanUniversity(Guangzhou) 24. Liaoning Teachers University (formerly College) (Dalian) 25. Liaoning University (Shen- yang) 26. Nanjing Teachers University (formerly College) 27. Nanjing University . Jiangsu Teachers College) 44. Tianjin Foreign Languages Institute 45. Tianjin Teachers University (formerly College) 46. Tianjin University 47. Wuhan University (Wuchang) 48. Xiamen University 49. Xi'an Foreign Languages Institute 50. Xi'an Jiaotong University 51. Yunnan Institute for Nationalities (Kunming) 52. Yunnan University (Kunming) 53. Zhongshan University (Guangzhou)
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APPENDIX B 161 Law 1. East China Institute of Politics and Law (Shanghai) 2. Jilin University (Changchun) 3. Wuhan University (Wuchang) 4. Zhongshan University (Guangzhou) Medicine 1. Beijing College of Chinese Medicine 2. Chengdu College of Chinese Medicine 3. Chongqing Medical University (formerly College) 4. Jinan University Medical College (Guangzhou) 5. Kunming Medical College 6. Nanjing College of Chinese Medicine Music 1. Shanghai Music Conservatory Veterinary Acupuncture 1. South China Agricultural College (Guangzhou) Additional information about short-term study courses in China from the January 1983 publication of the then Ministry of Education, now State Education Commission, includes: (1) Chinese is the language of instruction in Chinese language courses. The majority of teachers in these courses can use a foreign language to give explanations when necessary. (2) Chinese institutions of higher learning conduct short-term courses of various kinds according to inter-institutional exchange programs. Subjects, durations, number of students, fees and other terms can be negotiated. No individual applications will be accepted. (3) No scholarships from the Chinese government are granted to stu- dents of short-term study courses. All expenses will be borne by students themselves.
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162 CHINA BOUND BUREAU OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, STATE EDUCATION COMMISSION OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Application Form for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China . 1. NAME (As for passport ATTACH A All block capitals) RECENT PHOTOGRAPH 2. NATIONALITY 3. SEX HERE 4. RELIGION MARRIED 6. DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH 7. CURRENT ADDRESS 8. EDUCATION Institution Dates Degree or HISTORY attended diploma (In chronological received order) Category of (1) General secondary school secondary school (2) Secondary school attended emphasizing liberal arts (3) Secondary school emphasizing sciences University (1) Major subject training (2) Minor courses
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APPENDIX B 163 9. STUDENT (1) Undergraduate STATUS SOUGHT IN (2) General advanced student CHINA (3) Senior advanced student 10. FINANCIAL Scholarship granted RESOURCES by Chinese government Scholarship granted by home-country government Financial support Guarantor's name from other organs Guarantor's address Self-paying Guarantor's name Guarantor's address 11. PROPOSED Period of further elementary DURATION Chinese language study OF STAY IN CHINA Period of specialized study 12. ACADEMIC (1) Undergraduate Names of proposed REQUIRE- speciality institutions MENTS IN I. CHINA II. III. (2) Speciality of Names of proposed General institutions Advanced Student I. II. III. (3) Research topic of Names of proposed Senior institutions Advanced Student I. II. III. 13. PERSON OR (1) Home-country's Embassy in Beijing ORGAN IN CHINA (2) Other person or organ: FOR YOUR Name of person or organ: AFFAIRS Address and tel. n ). in China:
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164 CHINA BOUND 14. PRESENT (1) Duration of previous Chinese language study: CHINESE (2) Place of study: LANGUAGE (3) Present level LEVEL Reading Listening Speaking . 15. OTHER . LANGUAGES 16. RELEVANCE OF PRO- POSED STUDY IN CHINA TO FUTURE WORK 17. PREVIOUS WORK
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APPENDIX B 165 TO BE FILLED IN BY SENIOR ADVANCED STUDENTS ONLY 1 8. DETAILED DESCRIP- TION OF RESEARCH TOPIC 19. TITLE OF DOCTORAL THESIS YOU EXPECT TO COMPLETE 20. TITLES OF ARTICLES, THESES AND OTHER PUB- LICATIONS 1 1 NOTICE: 1. The State Education Commission of China, taking note of your preference, will determine the university or college where you are to study. Inconvenience is caused if you refuse its arrangements. 2. Please choose your speciality from the List of Specialities in Chinese Uni- versities and Colleges Open to Foreign Students provided by the Ministry of Education of China. 3. Relevant academic certificates are required of students of all categories. DATE: SIGNATURE:
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166 CHINA BOUND HEALTH CERTIFICATE Sex Name Age Personal medical history Family medical history left Ability to Eyesight right distinguish E.N.T. Tonsils Lymph glands Thyroid gland Vertebral column Surgery Limbs Joints Skin External genital organ Hernia
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APPENDIX B 167 Heart and Blood blood pressure vessels Medicine Lungs ~ Abdomen Liver Spleen Nerves and mentality Fluoroscopy of the chest Hemoglobin Leucocyte Blood GPT T.T.T. Wassermann and Kahn _ Urine | Albumin | ~ Microscopic Stool Worm eggs Others Remarks of the doctor: Seal of the hospital Signature of the doctor Date Blood type HAA
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