The program for International Students at Chongqing by csgirla


More Info
									Programs for International Students At Chongqing Technology & Business University (CTBU)
1. Application Prerequisite:
The applicants shall be non-Chinese citizens or overseas Chinese, with good health and aged 16 and beyond.

2. Application Formalities:
(1) Applicants contact the International Cooperation & Exchange Office (ICEO) to obtain “the Application Form of CTBU for International Students” by e-mail ( Submit in person or mail the completed application form and “Physical Examination Record” to the ICEO. Undergraduate and postgraduate programs students should enclose the results of HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test) or one copy of the Certification issued by the middle school where applicants finished their courses in Chinese. (2) The university runs spring semester and autumn semester. Applicants can submit the materials any time from September to December for the spring semester or any time from February to June for the winter semester. (3) The ICEO will mail the “Acceptance letter of Chongqing Technology & Business University” and “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China”(JW202) to those who are qualified. (4) Apply for “X” or “F” visa at the Chinese Embassy or Consulate with “Acceptance letter of Chongqing Technology & Business University” and “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China”(JW202). Applicants should register at International Cooperation & Exchange Office of CTBU during the time stipulated in “Acceptance Letter”.

3. Programs offered
(1) Curriculum for non-degree program ① Elementary Program: Chinese Conversation, Basic Chinese, Listening, Oral Chinese, Chinese Characters, Chinese Reading. ②Intermediate Program: Intermediate Chinese, Listening, Chinese Conversation, Chinese Writing, Chinese Reading, Selected Reading from Chinese Press ③Advanced Program: Advanced Chinese, Chinese Conversation, Listening, Chinese Writing, Translation, Selected Reading from Chinese Press, Survey of the Chinese Culture, Appreciation of the Chinese Masterpieces in Literature. ④Short-term Program: Chinese Conversation, Chinese Reading, Listening, Chinese Writing, Listening-Speaking, Introduction for Chinese Culture, Bayu Culture, Chinese Gong Fu, Appreciation of Chinese Opera, Chinese Customs and other courses required by students.

(2) Courses for Further Studies

Business Management, Human Resources Management, Civil & Commercial Law, Chinese Marketing and Chinese Business (taught in French)
(3) Curriculum for Undergraduate Program Categories Economics &Trade Literature and Journalism Specialties Trade Economy Chinese Language and Literature

(4) Postgraduate Program The University grants masters’ degrees in nine fields, Regional Economics, Business Management, Environment Engineering, Accounting, Statistics, Industrial Economics, Ideological & Political Education, Media Studies and Chinese Ancient Literature, more than twenty professors and associate professors are involved in the postgraduate programs. (5) Optional courses: Chinese Gong Fu, Bayu Culture, Chinese Business & Trade, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Operas, Chinese Paintings, Chinese Cuisines, Chinese History, Chinese Philosophy, Chinese Customs, Acupuncture, etc

4. Characteristics in teaching:
(1) On the basis of their Chinese proficiency, the participants are divided into elementary, intermediate and advanced classes, short-term classes and undergraduate classes. (2) Chinese is taught in small classes of less than 10 students. (3) Taught in Chinese. (4) According to the participants’ requirement, special classes can be offered through consultation of both sides. (5) According to the participants’ requirement, lessons can be given in foreign languages.

5. Programs
Now three-year postgraduate programs, four-year undergraduate programs, one-year non-degree programs (elementary, intermediate and advanced training classes) and a short-term training program are offered.

6.Commencement Dates
Undergraduate / Postgraduate programs Non-degree programs Short-term training program 7. Scholarship Scholarships will be given to students who are taking undergraduate or postgraduate programs. The scholarships fall into three types, Scholarship A, Scholarship B and Scholarship C, which will be equal to the tuition, half the tuition and one third of the tuition respectively. The students can apply for the scholarships while applying for the degree programs. Documents required for scholarship application: Scholarship Application Form, Academic early March & early September early March & early September anytime

records and Study plan written in Chinese.

8. Tuition a. Tuition
Non-degree programs Chinese Language programs Chinese Language programs (short-term) Undergraduate programs Postgraduate Programs b. Registration fee: US$50 per person 9. Housing Single room (with an air conditioner, a color TV, a telephone, a bathroom) US$4 per day/per person US$1,700 per year per person US$2,500 per year per person US$1,600 per year per person US$1,400 per year per person US$700 per half a year per person

10. Contact
International Cooperation and Exchange Office of Chongqing Technology and Business University Address: Xuefu Ave. (Wugongli), Nan’an District, Chongqing, China Zip Code: 400067 Tel: (86)-23-62769454 Fax: (86)-23-62769543

11. Notes
1. International students should pay their own expenses on telephone and electricity. 2. Food: International students can have dinner in dining halls on campus or cook by themselves. And on average, about US$3 would be enough for your food for one day. 3. Expense on textbooks and other fees: International students will have to pay for their textbooks and pay for the other fees for the taking of optional courses according to what courses they choose, and should pay for their medical care and other fees which are not included in the syllabus. 4. If international students want to take optional courses, they should pay US$ 100 per person per semester for one optional course. 5. International students should pay all the tuition fees and other fees involved in the first week of the semester or the school year.

To top