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China Study Visa Process

There are two types of Study visas for China. One is X1 type, and the other is X2 type. X1 Study Visa is issued to the international students coming for advanced Studies, i.e., for more than six months. In contrast, X2 Study Visa is issued to International Students who are coming for less than six months. If students have applied for an X1 visa, they should apply for TRP, i.e., Temporary Residence Permit, within 30 days of their arrival in China. The TRP issued can have the validity of 180 days to 5 years. In contrast, X2 holders can study in China for six months without applying for TRP.

The process to apply for a study visa is very simple. But, first, students must prepare the application according to the given instructions to avoid any mistakes.

  • Students must submit the Application form to the Chinese Embassy. It can be done through a travel agency or visa agency.
  • The Chinese Embassy does not accept mailed applications.
  • Students must send original and photocopy of the admission notice that they have received from Chinese University.
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Work while Study in China

Earn while Studying

Every International Student has this question in his mind if he can work while studying in China? According to the rules and regulations made by China’s government, International Students can do part-time jobs in some conditions during their study program. For a part-time job, students need permission from the University. The day-to-day expenses have risen because of which International Students have to do a part-time job. They can find part-time jobs like Teaching, Voice Recording and Acting. Many International Students do so for several reasons- to interact with local Chinese people or earn some money for day-to-day expenses. If any International Student already has an ESL teaching certificate, they may get an advantage in finding a part-time job. In China, people of all age groups like to learn English to increase their spoken skills in the workplace. Students love to work with Chinese people to explore Chinese culture and learn many new exciting things.