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Q: cheap university in beijing

i m working in beijing but i m holding student visa but i m searching a university that could just give me visa without carrying about attendance or make any problem can you help me with one if u know any ? thanks guys 

7 years 45 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Beijing

 
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You are in luck!!!!

As long as you pay your tuition, the university does not care if you actually go to class or even study or not.  If you fail a course, you have the right to take a test (called "re-test") at the start of the next term. That test is given to you by a teacher at the last minute with no idea why you didnt pass, and is ridiculously simple guaranteed to pass.

If by some miracle you do not pass the re-test, you do not need to worry. Shortly before graduating they will give you yet another retest, with a sob story on how you are about to finish , yadda yadda, and you will pass.

So, ANY university in Beijing, or in China for that matter, will fit your bill just fine.

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If you study a master degree program , you don't no need to attend in a class and  you just contact with your supervisor once a while and most the time you are free.

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