China

The Chinese government is investing highly in international students and the number of international students has been increasing by 10% annually for the past decade.
The experience of Chinese culture and traditions opens up minds to a great extent and is an asset to be acquired for improved prospects. The student gets introduced to a global mindset and international marketability.

Climate

In the west of China, there are two types of climate, temperate continental climate, and plateau climate and highland climate. Most regions are cold and dry in winter and have a warm and rainy climate in summer. … On a summer day, it has a drastic fall in temperature, cold in the morning, and extremely hot at noon.
China has several different nicknames for different reasons; the 3 most popular being the Middle Kingdom, the Red Dragon, and the Sleeping Giant.

Top Universities in China

Top courses in China

Cost of studying in China

The average tuition fees in Chinese public universities range between 2,500 and 10,000 USD/academic year.
Private universities usually have higher tuition. While most courses cost under 30,000 USD/year, for some MBA programs you can pay over 40,000 USD/year.
Costs can be even higher in private institutions from other countries. For example, the New York University (NYU) Shanghai, established in collaboration with the East China Normal University of Shanghai, has tuition fees of over 50,000 USD/year.

Most affordable Chinese universities

Here is a list of average tuition fees at the top-ranked Chinese universities: