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Why Study Abroad in China

China means vast and hugely populated, with more than 1.3 billion people on the move. To understand what this means to the rest of the world, you must see the changes for yourself, on the ground. China’s rapid economic development has resulted in significant challenges to the population and to policy makers where threatened landscapes, livelihood strategies and cultural and biological diversity collide. China's position in the global economy continues to surpass expectations and creates new and unique opportunities and challenges for both public policymakers and private business executives. Future international business leaders will have to understand this culture, old and new. 

1. Embrace an ancient civilization: China is the world’s most populous country, the second largest economy and the largest trading country in the world. Chinese culture is also one of the world’s oldest with a rich intellectual tradition of Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism stretching back five millennia. Chinese culture has evolved under unique social, political and geographical settings to produce and open and inclusive civilization that has learnt to seek common ground, preserve valuable distinctions and maintain harmony in spite of reserved difference. So, Chinese culture has been one of the cornerstones for China’s adaptive prosperity. As the world continues to shrink with globalization, China will continue to contribute to the health of the world economy and to the shared development of other nations. China is a multicultural state with 56 different nationalities, each of which has a unique culture that international students may wish to explore.

2. Witness hypersonic development: After reemerging on the world stage under the policy of Reform and Opening Up, China has swiftly achieved many notable accomplishments. The country’s economy produced over $14 trillion in 2019 as the world’s largest trading nation, and since the late 1970s, has lifted over 800 million people out of absolute poverty. In terms of technology, China has built the world’s longest high-speed rail network, the longest sea-crossing bridge, the largest airport terminal, the biggest hydroelectric project, the largest radio telescope and some of the world’s tallest buildings and fastest supercomputers. 

3. China is truly a land of superlatives. The country’s modern economy has diversified to be an integral link in the global value chain and major engine for future growth. Multinational companies have flooded the booming Chinese market and many of the world's top 500 companies choose to base their Asia-Pacific headquarters in the bustling Chinese cities. Chinese will allow students to compete effectively in the global economy of the future. The current rise of China has made it very clear that people who can speak Chinese and have firsthand experience of living in China are going to have a great advantage in terms of employment. One may even go as far to say: China learners, Future winners. Take advantage of these exciting new opportunities to see China, build connections and kick-start your career in the world’s largest market.

4. The quality of education offered at Chinese college and university is simultaneously improving rapidly, six are ranked among the top 100 universities in ranking worldwide. China offers opportunities for high-value, low-cost education programs. Studying and living in China is comparatively more affordable than studying and living in most developed countries.

5. China is one of the safest counties in the world. Studying and living in China is safely and comfortably. Chinese cuisine is universally recognized as one of the greatest cuisines of the world. Chinese food in all variety and complexity is unquestionably one of the finest pleasures a visitor can experience in China

6. China is playing a major role in world affairs and will continue to do so. The Chinese model of development often attracts international students and researchers to study many topics related to modern China. By studying in China, you can enrich your academic studies while experiencing the unique beauty of this vast nation from the metropolitan coastland to the rural hinterland and across the breadth and stretch of its rich culture and thriving economy.

       

 

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