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Welcome to the website of the China International Students Council (CISC). We are the link between you and the Chinese educational institutions. The CISC is a non-governmental organization set up to promote the interests of international students studying in China and help Chinese educational institutions prepare study programs to suit international students in coordination with CCOL.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Admission Requirements

Applicant for undergraduate program MBBS should have at least 60% marks in 12th grade or A level. Applicant should be in good health and should not have any disease like HIV.


Admission Process

An Admission Notice and a Visa Application Form for Overseas Students (Form JW202) will be sent to each successful applicant. Overseas applicants can apply for an X visa (for foreign students) to China at their local Chinese Embassy or Consulate with the Admission Notice, passport, Form JW202 and Physical Test Records (originals) required. Each student should register for the course at the Chinese University bringing the originals of the above documents with them.

Please send your scan copies of documents by email at the following e-mail to CISC
admin@studymbbsinchina.com Along with the CISC Admission Procerssing Fee of US$ 500.

CISC Admission Fee Payment
Pay Online to CCOL (CYBER CITY ONLINE) International Bank Account as given below and email us at scanned copy of your payment slip to admin@studymbbsinchina.com

A/C Title: CYBER CITY ONLINE
IBAN:  PK11ABPA0010000510410015 

Documents required for Pakistani Students:

1. Passport and Photocopy
2. Fsc Marksheet and photocopy
3. Passport Size pictures with Face Size large and white background
4. Medical Certificate (issued by Chinese Clinical Labortary)
5. Police clearance certificate (attested by Foreign affair office)
6. Filled Visa Application form (available on china embassy website)

7.   University Asmission Application form for International Students

 

 



Application and Admission

Eligibility :  Admission Requirements

1.  Applicants should have a good school record and be in good health.  Least admission criteria is 60% in 12th grade with Biology.

2.  Applicants for degree programs are required to have an education equivalent to, or higher than, that for a Chinese senior middle school graduate; age 18-30.

 

 

 

International students must pass the HSK Test

for Chengde Medical University to achieve the appropriate level of Chinese to begin professional studies. Learning Chinese medicine, Chinese medicine professional to achieve HSK6 level, other professions to HSK3 level. For those who do not meet the standard of Chinese language, they must take a one-year Chinese tuition after entering the university. After passing the corresponding level of HSK3/6, they will transfer to professional study.

 



 

Documents needed
Please send by email scan copies of the following documents to CISC atadmin@studymbbsinchina.com
1.  Application form for foreigners wishing to study in Chinese University 
2.  Passport copy 
3.  Diploma of the Most Advanced Studies (Notarized photocopy) 
4.  Transcript of the Most Advanced Studies (Notarized Photocopy) 
5.  Foreigner Physical Examination Form (Photocopy) 
6.  Finance Certificate 
7.  HSK3-6 (Chinese Language) certificate (Optional) 
8.  No-criminal Certificate

 

 

 

 

Enrollment
An Admission Notice and a Visa Application Form for Overseas Students (Form JW202) will be sent to each successful applicant. Overseas applicants can apply for an X visa (for foreign students) to China at their local Chinese Embassy or Consulate with the Admission Notice, passport, Form JW202 and Physical Test Records (originals) required. Each student should register for the course at the CDMU bringing the originals of the above documents with them within the specified time.

 

 

 

Choose your own adventure?

Lots of programs. Lot of universities. Maybe you know where you want to go already, or maybe you're feeling a little overwhelmed. Where do you start? Here are a few questions (and answers) to help you think about how to choose a program and make the study abroad experience your own.

Where do you want to go?

Is there a part of China you've always wanted to know better? A state you've studied that you'd like to see for yourself? A city you've dreamed about? That's a place to start, but don't finish there. Learn everything you can about China you're interested in: research on the web, read books, ask professors and study abroad advisors, talk to exchange students. Once you have a place or two in mind, pick up a CISC program for Study in China.

What do you want to study?

If you've always thought about going abroad, your course may be clear. You can choose what you'll study from a wide range of subjects fulfilling your major or just your latest interests. You'll enroll directly in university courses and study alongside local students or in courses specifically created for international students.

When do you want to go?

Depending on the program, you can choose to go abroad for the fall or spring semester.

How much change are you ready for?

Some places have cultures more similar to the one you're used to, some less. Be aware of differing attitudes toward things like gender, ethnicity, and economic and educational opportunities. Stay open-minded, learn to adapt to the society around you, and behave in ways that are thoughtful and respectful. In the best experiences, what you believe, your values, and even who you are will be challenged in some way. That's how you'll learn the important lessons that aren't part of any curriculum.

How do you want to immerse yourself?

Studying abroad is always an immersion experience, but certain things affect how deep the experience will feel, especially initially. In some places you can study in English while in others,

Especially in places where language and culture can be isolating at times, tutors and peer mentors are often available to help. If you take it upon yourself to get involved with local people through activities like volunteering, conversation exchanges, and university clubs, you'll be amazed to see how quickly you find friends and a new home a thousand miles away.

How can I apply online

Apply online at ONLINE APPLICATION FORM