Life In China
When foreign students decide to study in China, many of them worry about the way of life in China is completely different from their home countries, and they may have hard time to adapt their new study life in China. Today´s life in China is not so much different from anywhere else in the world. If students are studying in major cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the way of life has been strongly influenced by western culture, you can easily find western fast food restaurants, supermarkets and department stores.
When you apply for your STUDY visa, OUR team will guide you at any embassy. You should not take any final steps, such as purchasing plane tickets, until your STUDY visa is approved. After you get your visa and tickets, the next step is an international airport at the country where you wish to go .Our team will receive you from the airport and will arrange transportation.
Cultural items from your home country
To minimize culture shock, having some items from home can help. Posters, flags, colorful calendars, books, slides, videos, music, clothes, pictures and maps are all items to think about bringing.
The varied challenges of university life and its demands may serve to create or elevate levels of personal distress, and this distress, in turn, may contribute to various degrees of personal, social or academic dysfunction. Our goal is to facilitate and develop personal effectiveness, self-understanding and problem-solving abilities, which will work to alleviate distress and enhance the achievement of students' individual, relational and academic goals.In all cases, we will do our best to help, or to assist you in finding help.
Our china staff provides a welcoming and supportive environment for receiving students and potential students, paying attention to their individual needs and circumstances, and giving the best and most reliable information available to the best of the staff's ability, supported by leaflets and reference material wherever appropriate