1.How can I apply for a Visa?International students who will stay in China for more than 6 months are required to obtain Student Visa (X Visa). Students who will stay in China for less than 6 months may apply for Visit Visa (F Visa).You need the original copy of Letter of Admission of CUC and Visa Application Form for Foreign Students Studying in China (JW201 or JW202 form) to apply for Student Visa. Please consult Chinese embassy or consulate about if you also need to submit your Physical Examination Report.After entering China, Student Visa holder must apply for Residence Permit within 30 days. Only registered CUC students will be eligible for application. Please do not enter China more than 2 weeks earlier than the registration date as specified on the Letter of Admission.
2.What's the procedure of registration?International students should come to International Students’ Office for registration on the date specified on the Letter of Admission. If you cannot register on that date, you need to inform the International Students’ Office in advance. Otherwise your student status will not be reserved.Below is the procedure of registration:·Submit the original copies of the following documents to International Students’ Office for verification: Passport, Letter of Admission, Visa Application Form for Foreign Students Studying in China (JW201 or JW202 form), and Physical Examination Report.·Pay tuition fee at the Financing Department.·Buy insurance at the International Students’ Office.·Start the procedures of Visa or Residence Permit application.·Submit 6 pieces of 2-inch photos with white or blue background (write your name and nationality behind each photo).·Apply for dormitory at International Center using the Accommodation Form issued by International Students’ Office.·Register at the department of your study using the letter issued by International Students’ Office.
3.How much is the tuition fee and what is the payment method?All students except language students must pay tuition fee for the whole school year. The rates are as below:
¥8000 /Semester ¥16000 /School Year
Undergraduate Student with Chinese Language and Literature Major
Other Undergraduate Student
¥24000 /School Year
¥27000 /School Year
¥30000 /School YearThe Financing Department takes all UnionPay debit and credit cards opened in Mainland China. Students can also wire transfer from foreign accounts to the account of CUC:Beneficiary: Communication University of ChinaBank Account: 02 0000 3809 0880 05906Opening Bank: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Balizhuang Branch, Chaoyang DistrictSwift Code: ICBKCNBJBJMIn additional comments, write your name, nationality and the words “tuition fee”.
4.What documents are required when I register?Please bring with you the following documents. You may keep scanned copies or photocopies for safety reason.
·Valid passport and visa
·Original copy of Letter of Admission
·Original copy of Visa Application Form for Foreign Students Studying in China (JW201 or JW202 form)
·Original copy of Physical Examination Report
5.How can I get to CUC?After arriving at Beijing Capital Airport, the most convenient way to reach CUC is by taxi. The distance is approximately 30km, and the cost is around ¥100.You may also take express rail from the airport to reach Sanyuanqiao (三元桥)Station of subway. CUC is on subway Batong Line （八通线）at Communication University of China （传媒大学）Station. It takes approximately 2 hours and several transfers to reach CUC. You need to take Line 10 from Sanyuanqiao (三元桥)Station to Guomao (国贸)Station, then take Line 1 from Guomao (国贸)Station to Sihui (四惠) Station, then take to Batong Line （八通线）from Sihui (四惠) Station to Communication University of China（传媒大学)Station.CUC is connected to Bus Line 731,342,382 and Yuntong(运通) 111 at Dingfuzhuang （定福庄）Station near its Northern Gate, and to Bus Line 728 and 312 at Bangzijing(梆子井) Station near its Southern Gate.
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