Study Abroad
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Study in Beijing

Beijing, the political and cultural capital of China, can also be called the city of contrasts. The word Beijing means "Northern Capital'. It is highly vibrant and modern but at the same time, greatly preserves the culture and traditions of China. The city covers a flat area with only one mountain in its limits. The city is also known as Peking. It is a major transport hub of China with a wide network of roads and railways. This capital city is the hottest academic, political and cultural centre in China. The city has a monsoon influenced humid continental climate with hot and humid summers and windy, cold and dry winters. Being a famous academic centre of Asia, Beijing attracts many overseas students. The student life in Beijing gives you an unusual chance to experience Chinese culture and traditions. The institutes in Beijing have unique programs to offer its international students. Most of the institutions organize cultural activities that enrich your Beijing experience. Read on to find out more about the life and educational programs in Beijing.

Study Abroad In Beijing

Education Expenses In Beijing
The tuition fees are determined by the concerned university authorities and will depend on the program and its duration. In general, the study expenses at Beijing are comparatively cheaper than other international academic destinations. The total fees include other expenses like tuition, housing, domestic travel, student activities and excursions in and around Beijing. other major expenses like international airfare, health insurance, food and books are usually not included under overall fees. Staying in a hostel will cost an average of 50 - 100 /week and rent (twin share) will cost an average of 50- 100/week. Food that can last for a week can be purchased with 20.

There are numerous accommodation options for a student to choose from.
  • on campus dorms: The concerned university usually provides dorms for foreign students. These dorms are equipped with amenities like private bath, air-conditioning, TV, internet access, and telephone. Usually housing fees is collected as part of the overall course fees. Dorms are reasonable and comfortable and hence most students opt for on-campus housing facilities.
  • off campus hotels: Hotels are more expensive than on-campus accommodation options. of course, there are less expensive hotels, but these can be far from the campus and you may have to walk from the hotel to your college or depend on public transport to reach your campus. In some cases, if the campus dorms are full, the university itself hands out contracts to hotels to cater to the accommodation needs of students.
  • off campus apartments: You can choose an off campus apartment if you want to stay independently, or with group of friends. off campus apartments are usually more expensive than the dorms. They are located in Chinese residential neighborhoods and provide modern amenities like air conditioning, TV, internet access, telephone, bathrooms and separate kitchens.
  • Homestay: This facility is available for students who desire to experience Chinese culture and traditions. This will provide you with a chance to experience Chinese cuisine as well.
Transport facilities in Beijing include transport via railways, roads and express ways. Beijing receives many domestic and international flights also. The Beijing subway started functioning in 1971. It is broad with 14 lanes! There are about 700 trolley buses in Beijing. The bus rapid transit system is efficient and provides faster public transportation. If interested, you can use bicycles for domestic uses.

Courses offered
  • Agricultural Economics & Rural Development
  • Business Studies
  • Continuing Education
  • Economics
  • Environment & Natural Resources
  • Finance
  • Foreign Languages
  • History
  • Information
  • Information Resource Management
  • International Studies
  • Journalism
  • Labor and Human Resources
  • Courses in Law
  • Literary Studies
  • Marxism Studies
  • Chinese as Foreign Language
  • Philosophy
  • Public Administration
  • Statistics
  • Sociology & Population Studies
  • Arts
  • Qing History
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Education and Training
  • Medicine
  • Engineering
Famous Universities/Colleges
  • Renmin University of China
  • China University of Geosciences
  • Beihang University
  • Beijing Broadcasting Institute
  • Beijing Foreign Studies University
  • Beijing Forestry University
  • Beijing Jiaotong University
  • Beijing Language and Culture University
  • Beijing Normal University
  • Beijing University of Chemical Technology
  • Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
There you go, you are now a lot more familiar with studying in Beijing. Hope what you just read can prove to be of good use to you.