Zhejiang University of Technology

Zhejiang University of Technology-Degree Programs Delivered in English-Tuition Fee from USD 2300, Living expanses from USD 2800 each year.Zhejiang University of Technology (ZJUT) is one of the best universities in China. It is situated in Hangzhou, a picturesque historical and cultural city, yet well developed. With a student population of over 40000, and the teaching, research plus administrative staffs of over 4000, ZJUT is also one of the biggest universities in China. ZJUT has 24 colleges,It offers Bachelor Degree,Master Degree and PhD programs in Science, Engineering, IT, Liberal arts, Law, Agriculture, Design, Economics, Management, Pharmaceutical science, Education and many more. ZJUT also offers short term courses in Mandarin and Chinese Culture. To better facilitate scientific research, international exchange and co-operation, ZJUT has established partnerships with more than 50 universities from the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, South Korea, the Netherlands, Sweden etc. The University now consists of 3 campuses, covering a total area of over 213 hectares, with a building floor space of 840,000 square meters. ZJUT welcomes students from all over the world

ZJUT Bachelor Degree Program Delivered in English

International Economics and Trade(Chinese Business)/International Economics and Trade/Electrical Engineering & Automation/Communication Engineering/Computer Science and Technology/Software Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Environmental Engineering/Biological Engineering/Chemical Engineering and Technology/Applied Chemistry/LAW (International Law)/Civil Engineering/Pharmaceutical Engineering/Material Engineering

Cost of Studying in China

Application Fee & Tuition Fee:The tuition fee of Chinese universities and schools are varied from different universities and majors. The estimated average tuition fee ranges from 1500 USD  to 4000 USD per year.  The tuition fees in Chinese universities are significantly lower compare with that of UK/USA/Australia.

Average Living Cost:Living cost in China varies in different cities and provinces. In most of the cities in China, Your living cost would be between 200-400USD per month (include rent, food, transport, bills etc). But if you live in Metropolitan areas like Beijing and Shanghai, you may need more than 400 USD per month as your living expense. However this mainly depends on your lifestyle. Compare with most of the countries in the world, The living cost in China is very reasonable.

American Students from Brooklyn High–”We are coming, China !”

When Jeremiah Murphy, a senior at the Brooklyn High School of the Arts, was asked by his foreign language teacher whether he would like to take a Mandarin class, Murphy never considered he would be going to China. “My teacher even told me one day you may need this because you might just want to go to China,” Murphy said. “My response to her is I don’t think I’m going to China anytime soon, but I’m going now.”

Brooklyn High School team will perform melodious songs, including Heal the World and The Impossible Dream on their trip to China. ”I’m excited to interact with people at our age from China and all over the world,” Murphy said. “I plan to pursue a career in performing arts once I leave high school.” ”I love Chinese history, and I’ve already done lots of research about Beijing’s history and culture,” said Caraballo-another team member, “I can’t wait to visit the Great Wall.”

“I’m glad these brilliant young kids can have the opportunity to go to China for a musical and cultural exchange,” said Charles Sullivan, coordinator of the trip. “These students will meet with students from every province in China, tell them about American culture and learn about Chinese culture while they are living and performing together.”

34 South African students offered scholarships to study in China

PRETORIA, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) — A ceremony was held here on Wednesday to bid farewell to 34 South African students who have received scholarships to study in China as part of education exchange programs between the two countries.
The students are scheduled to leave on September 20 to pursue studies in agricultural science, economics, and medicine among other courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Taking part in the ceremony in the Chinese Embassy in Pretoria, South African Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training Mduduzi Manana encouraged the students to be disciplined and act as South African ambassadors.