As the world's third-largest country, there are ample places to go, things to see, and people to meet while you're enjoying studying abroad in China.
Regardless of the intensity of your study abroad program, more and more student expats and young professionals are flocking to the big cities in China, giving you ample opportunity to make your own friends and establish your own social life.
For language learners, the Beijing dialect is Mandarin's standard, and the local universities have the most established programs for teaching Chinese to foreigners. Beyond the language, there is a plethora of cultural sites to entertain you during those much-needed study breaks (including the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City!).
Though located in the colder northern region of China, Beijing is still a great choice for the student interested in seeing firsthand China's recent past converging with their dynamic future.
Study in Beijing
If you want to study in China, of course, the capital-Beijing is a good choice for you. There are plenty of opportunities for you to intern and find jobs. But there is still trouble. As it is the most famous city in China, the living standard there is a little high and the tuition fee of those universities in Beijing are very high. And the quota there is limited.
So if you want to choose to study in Beijing, please considering the following factors:1) how is your family financial status? 2) How is your GPA? Are you competitive to apply for them? 3) Have you got any particular award in some competition? 4) Anything you have done can improve your possibility of admission?
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