Study in China is inexpensive the following tuition fees apply to all international students.
Tuition rates for different programs in different universities vary tremendously; the cost of living in different parts of China also varies.
|Sorts of Foreign Students||Fee Standard (per person per year)|
Tuition fee for arts subjects
|Doctoral students||US $2,700-4,200|
|Short-term students||US $350-600 per month|
|Tuition fee for science, technology, agriculture, medicine, sports, art||Undergraduates, common trainees||US $1,800-6,400|
|Doctoral students||US $2,900-8,400|
|Short-term students||US $350-1,200|
|Accommodation||2-3 per person (in a shared room with a public toilet and bathroom). Accommodation of a higher standard is often available, although at greater expense.|
|Canteen food||US $40-60 per person per month for foreign student dining halls; US $20-30 per person per month for Chinese student dining halls.|
|Insurance fee||US $88 per year or US $58 for six months|
Average Living cost in China
Living cost in metropolitan areas like Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou would be 4500-5000 RMB/month (around 500 USD-830 USD/ month); other cities would be around 1500-3500RMB/month (around 250 USD-580 USD/ month). However, this mainly depends on your lifestyle, though eating out in China is very cheap compared to many other countries.