Educ. of int'l Students

    ECJTU provides versatile diploma and non-diploma education at different levels for those who are interested in Chinese culture, and welcomes students from abroad to study at ECJTU. ECJTU possesses excellent faculty consisting of pioneering young researchers, famous senior scholars and experts. Moreover, the university invites many famous experts to give lectures on subjects other than the Chinese language. The school opens elective courses such as Chinese literature, Chinese history, Chinese ecnomics, Chinese philosophy and Chinese law for interested international students. According to their different requirements, these courses will also introduce basic knowledge of Chinese social economy, history and culture.
    ECJTU applies itself to train students to understand traditional Chinese culture, to cultivate students with proficient ability in Chinese. As you may know, in today’s world, international experience is a much desired quality. The diploma education includes 30 undergraduate programs for a bachelor’s degree, such as art, ecnomics, law, management, computer science, civil engineering, architecture and so on. Non-diploma education includes Chinese culture and art program, summer (winter) camp for international students, long-term Chinese language students, short-term Chinese language students, etc. 
    Besides, if you want to continue your undergraduate studying at ECJTU, your credit hours can be changed into ours, so you can only study some lessons, we recognize the credit hours you have completed in your formal university. These students will get two diplomas and two bachelor’s degrees when they complete all the credit hours and recognized by both part.
    International Cooperation and Exchanges Office is responsible for the management of all international students at East China Jiaotong University. 

1.Chinese language students

1)Long-term students, a year to 2 years, start in February, application period: October 1 to December 30, March 1 to June 30. 
2)Short-term students (include summer or winter international student camp), start any time, a month to a year, apply two months beforehand.

Objective: The students will use Chinese freely to listening, speaking, reading, writing and so on, and to found a solid base for major study or better jobs. 
Requirements: To enter without examination, upon 18 years old; and is interested in Chinese.
Professional Chinese teachers will train the students in listening, speaking, reading and writing. In order to guarantee the quality, the School will divide the students into small classes of low, middle and high level according to their Chinese language ability. 
All the above students, having accomplished their study, will be given Study Certificate and transcript.

2.Undergraduate program students

1)Chinese language program: to provide the knowledge for art and Chinese literature, to master technology for modern information transmitting, to adapt expressions for Chinese language, to cultivate students for complicated ability for applying of Chinese language, to train students with advanced international outlook. 
2)Other program: cultivate students for professional practice and systematic knowledge to be an advanced international expert.
Requirements: To enter without examination, upon 18 years old; and is interested in Chinese, have passed HSK examination.
Academics: the same undergraduate program with native students. Also the same diploma and the same degree with native students.
All the above programs are taught in Chinese. Upon graduation, qualified students will get ECJTU’s diploma and degrees. These students could choose all the majors in undergraduate programs and will have lessons together with Chinese students.

3.tuition and fees

diploma programm:$900.00 per semester
non-diploma programm: $800.00 per 12 week term
$600.00 per 8 week term
$360.00 per 4 week term
$100.00 per 1 week term
application fee:$20.00
accomodation fee: for single room $8.00 a day
for half a room $5.00 a day
book cost: estimated $20.00-40.00 a day
meal cost: estimated $3.00 a day

4.Application Method and Procedures

Application Method
Students who need the Chinese Government scholarship should apply to the Education Commission of China through related governmental department of their respective countries.
Self-supporting students should apply directly from the international cooperation and exchange center 
Application Procedures
Step one: Ask for Application Form For Foreigners Wishing To Study at ECJTU and Physical Examination Record For Foreigner from International Cooperation and Exchange Center . 
Step two: Fill in those forms and have physical examination according to the items listed in the Form (The result needs to be notarized). 
Step three: Send these two forms (Physical Examination Record For Foreigner is excused if the study period is less than 6 months), application fee and other related application materials to International Cooperation and Exchange Center before the application deadline.
Step four: Admission Notice and Visa Clearance Form (JW202) will be sent to students who have been admitted six weeks before registration.
Step five: Admitted students should take Admission Notice and Visa Clearance Form (JW202) to the Chinese Embassy to apply for study visa (X visa). JW202 must be taken back even if the Embassy wants to keep it.
Step six: Admitted students should take Admission Notice and Visa Clearance Form (JW202) to register at International Cooperation and Exchange Center within the registration period mentioned in the Admission Notice. Otherwise, one will be deprived of the student status. Exception can be made to students who have informed the school of their special reasons and whose delay has been permitted.

Application Address : International Cooperation and Exchange Center
East China Jiaotong University 
Nanchang Jiangxi 330013,.P. R. China
Tel: 86-791-7046943 
Fax: 86-791-7046944


Changbei Open and Developing District,Nanchang, 330013, China Tel. 86-(0)791-7046910 Fax:86-(0)791-7046924 and
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