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Admissions Information of Qinghai Normal UniversityFor International Students
 
1.    Qinghai
 
    Qinghai Province is located on the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau in the west of China, adjoining Xinjiang Autonomous Region to the northwest, Gansu Province to the northeast, the Xizang Autonomous Region to the southwest and Sichuan Province to the southeast. Its total area is about 720,000 square kilometers. It occupies one thirteenth of China's total area and ranks the fourth in size among all the provinces and regions of China. And there is a largest inland salt lake ---- Qinghai Lake in Qinghai province.
     In Xining City----the capital of Qinghai Province, winter is long but not very cold, and summer is short but pleasant. Though July is the hottest month, the average temperature ranges from 20℃ to 26.8℃. Xining and its adjoining area are thus the best summer resorts and tourist scenic spots in that season in China.
     Qinghai is one of China's least-densely population provinces. Its total population was 5,830,000. It is a multi-ethnic region with a population of 2,200,000 people of various national minorities, making up 42% of the total population of the whole province. The five main national minorities are Tibetans (916,000), Huis (642,000), Tus (164,000), Salars (77,000) and Mongolians (72,000).
 
2.    The University
                  
      Qinghai Normal University (QNU), founded in 1956, was situated in the beautiful Xining city, Qinghai Province. It covers an area of 419,543 square meters and now has 196,391 square meters of classroom, laboratory, dormitory, and office space. The university has a computer center, an audio-video education center, a center for physics and chemistry, and nine different basic laboratories. The library of QNU has a collection of 900,000 books and periodicals of more than 2,500 titles in both Chinese and in different foreign languages. In addition, the university has a stadium with an area of 35,000 square meters containing a standard-size physical training field and a well-equipped gymnasium; QNU is one of the 51 experimental universities in China used for training high-level athletes.
           
      QNU is a government designated key provincial university offering training for future and in-service teachers. It also provides postgraduate and liberal arts education for non-teachers as well as returning adult education and supplies Tibetan-Chinese bilingual teachers' training. It was listed in a Survey of Famous Chinese Universities in 1992. In 1994, the university was designated a key university by the Commission for Tibetan Education Cooperation as a center to train teachers to teach scientific subjects bilingually (Chinese and Tibetan) for secondary schools in western China. This includes the five Tibetan provinces and regions: Xizang (Tibetan Autonomous Region), Sichuan, Gansu, Qinghai, and Yunnan. Qinghai Branch of CERNET and Qinghai College Teachers Training Center were also set up in the university. HSK (Test of Chinese Language) Commission of China set up an HSK Test Center in the university in 1998.
 
    The university now consists of 2 colleges (the Education College and the Teachers' College for Minorities; it has 16 academic departments and an attached middle school. There are 36 specialties for higher learning and 46 majors for returning adult education. At present, including postgraduates, four-year and three-year course students, the total enrollment of students is more than 8000. QNU enjoys the privilege of conferring master degrees in 7 programs. It has 4 key provincial academic programs and 3 key provincial laboratories.
 
      The number of staff and faculty amounts over 1,500. Of these, 800 are professional teachers of whom more than 330 are professors or associate professors. 16 specialists at the university have been granted special status by the State Council. And the Qinghai government has recognized 4 of the university's specialists as "experts" in their fields and 6 others as "professional talents."
           
       QNU emphasizes scientific research: 1,500 academic papers have been published, such as, monographs, translations, textbooks, and reference books. Approximately 100 awards have been received at the provincial, bureau, and national level for research in the social and natural sciences and for excellent teaching. The national government has entrusted QNU with the responsibility for a very advanced science and technology project.
 
       QNU has had academic cooperation with Trace Foundation, University Language Service, JianHua Foundation of Hong Kong, and Friends of China Foundation of Hong Kong. It also has intercollegiate relationships with California State University-Northbridge and with Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. QNU has received international students and visiting scholars and conducts annual summer programs for college students from abroad.
 
       Looking forward, QNU will envisage a bright developing future. QNU is in the process of reforming in all aspects and hopes to set up relationships with organizations and institutions from all over the world in the area of cultural exchanges.
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      QNU has good studying conditions and language circumstances for foreign students. And the instructors for international students are all professional teachers. Since 1993, more than 400 long-term international students have come from America, England, Japan, Korean, Germany, Canada, Holland and Norway. They have studied Chinese, Tibetan, and History of China or Qinghai at our university. Also, we have organized several short-term courses programs, they have learned Chinese culture extensively in short studying period.
      QNU warmly welcome people from all of the world for studying and visiting, and hope to deepen friendship with them through cultural exchange.
 
3.    Conditions of Application
 
     QNU is open to anyone who is of good health between the age of 18-60, and who has
completed his/her high school education.
 
4.    Types of International Students
 
   1.Long-term Students: To Study Chinese Language or Tibetan language for over one semester (Including one semester --18 weeks).
   2.Short-term Students: ToStudy Chinese Language or Tibetan language for less than one   semester (or shorter than 18 weeks).
   3. Short-term Program:To Study Chinese Language or Tibetan language from one week to 10 weeks (over 10 students).
5.    Courses
 
      We should provide 18 weeks’ courses per semester and 16 periods (classes) per week for Long-term Students. Based on the Chinese level of the international students, they will be divided into small classes. The major courses are as follows.
      Level 1: Elementary Chinese for beginners, Pronunciation, Listening, and Conversation
      Level 2: Elementary Chinese, Listening, Reading, Conversation, and Chinese History and Culture
      Level 3: Intermediate Chinese, Listening, Writing, Conversation, Grammar, Chinese History and Culture, and Newspaper Reading
      Level 4: Advanced Chinese, Listening, Writing, Conversation, Grammar, Chinese History and Culture, Newspaper Reading, Translation, and Reading of Selective Literature works
      Apart from the aforementioned compulsory courses, Long-term students or Short-term Students can be free to choose other courses, such as: Correcting of Chinese Pronunciation, Recognizing and Writing of Chinese characters, Chinese Calligraphy, Ancient Chinese, Chinese History, Chinese Traditional Instruments and Music, Intensive Reading for HSK, Chinese Wushu etc.
 
6.    Duration of Studying
 
   1st Semester: approximately 1 September to 10 January of the following year
   2nd Semester: approximately 1 March to 10 July
 
7.    Duration of Registration
 
   1st Semester: 26 August----31 August
   2nd Semester: 25 February----28 February
 
8. Expenses
 

Types of Students
Application Fee
Tuition Fee
 
Long-term
 Student
Normal Student
 
 
 
USD 50
Per person
 
USD 875
Per student per semester
 Single-Class  
   Student
USD 1125
Per student per semester
Short-term Student
USD 63
Per student per week

   
9.       Short-term Program
 
    We should provide 20 periods (classes) per week.
l         Duration of application
      Summer courses: By May 15 every year.
      Winter courses: By October 15 every year.
l         Schedule of the Summer Courses
A.      May 10—June 10
B.      June 10—July 10
C.      July 10—August 10
D.     August 10—September 10
l         Schedule of the Winter Courses
A. December 10—January 10
      B. January 10—February 10
l         The proper time can be fixed for Short-term Program by the both parties (From May to October, or any time during the year, the students can be freely enrolled to learn Chinese and Tibetan courses).
l         Short-term Program courses
A.      Chinese Class
          a. Intensive Chinese b. Listening c. Conversation d. Lecture on Survey of China, Chinese History and Culture   e. Chinese Calligraphy f. Chinese Wushu
B.      Tibetan Class
a.   Intensive Tibetan b. Listening c. Oral Tibetan d. Tibetan Culture and History e. Chinese Wushu   f. Lecture on Tibetan Medical
C.       Classes of Chinese or Tibetan Courses are to be held from Monday to Friday
      8:30 AM-12:30 PM Language Courses
 2:30 PM-5:30 PM Time for self-taught , activities and city tour
l         Weekend (Saturday and Sunday)
      The field trips are arranged for Short-term Program.
l         Expenses ( Over 10 Students )
A.        Application Fee: $20 / per person
B.         Tuition:         $63 / per week / per person
C.        Accommodation: $6 / per day / per person ( 2 persons will share one standard room)
D.        Food Fee:        $5-8 / per day / per person
E.         Field Trips Fee:   $100 / per person for 4-5 trips.
Field Trips for Xining City, Taier Lamasery, Qinghai Lake and South area in Qinghai (Observing the Real Life of Tibetan.)
 
10. Accommodation and Fees
 
l         International Students Hostel at the University:
Single-room USD $ 4 per day
Double-rooms USD $7 per day
l         The Standard Room of International Education Exchange Center at the University:
     Single-room USD $ 12 per day
     Double-rooms USD $ 20 per day;
l         Apartments of the University:
Flat A (1 living room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, access to 1 kitchen) USD 4 per day;
Flat B  (1 living room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen) USD 4 per day;
Flat C  (1 living room, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen) USD 6 per day;
Flat D  (1 living room, 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen) USD 7 per day;
Flat E  (1 living room, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen) USD 8 per day;
Flat F  (1 living room, 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen) USD 9 per day.
 
11. Food
Students can eat in the restaurants of the University or cook by themselves using cooking equipment that the university provides for them. The University is within walking distance of a variety of restaurants.
 
12. Application
l          How to apply
Applicants (individual applicants or group applications) should contact International Education Exchange Center for the Admissions Information and the Application Form. After completing the form, they should return it to the International Education Exchange Center. International Education Exchange Center will send a Letter of Acceptance and JW202 Form for visa application to students who are accepted.
Students should show these two documents to the Chinese embassy in their country in order to get an X-status visa.
They should register at International Education Exchange Center of QNU and follow the registration schedule specified in the acceptance letter.
To register, they must submit the acceptance letter, JW202 Form, and a Health Examination report supported by the original test results. Failure to register before the deadline will disqualify the student from enrollment.
 
l         Application Fee
All applicants have to pay the application fee when they send their application form back to International Education Exchange Center. Unless delivered in person, the application fee should be sent by telegraphic transfer (T/T) to:
          International Education Exchange Center
          38 Wu Si Da Jie Avenue,
          Xining,Qinghai 810008
          P.R.China
Applicants who do not pay the application fee will not be considered.
l         When to apply:
Long-term Students: 1st Semester: Before 31 July every year;
                 2nd Semester: Before 31 January every year.
Short-term Students: Every February, April, June, July, September or December.
 
l         Where to apply
    Director:     Mr. Cui Wei
Coordinator: Mr. Ah Chunlin
Address:     International Education Exchange Center           
            Qinghai Normal University
            38 Wu Si Da Jie Avenue
            Xining, Qinghai 810008
            P.R.China
Code Number:    810008
Tel:           +86 971 6307640
Fax:           +86 971 6316138
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