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Q: How hard is it to get in Tsinghua University Beijing, in a masters program in english?

9 years 14 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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Tsinghua & Peking University are two most famous ones in China,usually,the one who can get there is capable of learning perfect(Top1-10/300) since his childrenhood.We can find that only the rank between 1-200 among the several tens of thousands of the studens who take part in the examinations of the entrance to the university in Gaokao of a province...Tsinghua is adminted to receve internaional students to learn the Mardrin and Chinese Culture at the International Dearptment.......
Hope this one may do something good for uuu..
Actually I've no knowledge about your bachelor degree. I mean what you wonna learn is much better to be sustainalbe , I recommend you continue learn your major of bechelor degree.......

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9 years 14 weeks ago

If you think you can,you can.

 
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I have a bachelors in aircraft manufacturing engineering and i would like to continue in masters in mechanical engineering (english).

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To get into Tsinghua;
1.You have to apply before the end of April.
2. Depending on your course, you may be required to take a Chinese proficiency test, most probably HSK level 4. This can sometimes be done alongside your course.
3.To better your chances of getting in, you must have a strong degree, better if from a university of note. Recommendations and such from professors and leaders at your alma mater should be strong too.
4. If you feel your degree is strong enough, you can even apply for the CSC scholarship. This scholarship is not that hard to get if know the proceedure and/or the right people. 
5.Get a Chinese friend to write for you a Purpose of study essay. Show them that you'd be a valuable student in the school. 
6. Apply in person. Go there yourself. It's much better this way given China's sometimes loose system. Your application forms can easily get lost, forgotten etc
For more info, you can check here:
http://intlstudent.cic.tsinghua.edu.cn/EN/graduate/admission.html
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S: If your degree is really good, you shouldn't have much problem getting in. All universities here want foreign students. 

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If it is a international program, for foreigners only, it should not be a problem at all. If it is just an English program and even Chinese students are able to apply, then still it should be fine for you, as they want some international students. As long as you approximately fulfill the requirements, you should not worry too much Wink

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You got money, dinero, mula, qian? If you do it's as easy as going to the atm and taking out your cash.....almost any university is...unless you fail too many classes, or get kicked out for something stupid like plagerizing or fighting or vandalism. 

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OK you want to take a master in English at a Chinese university?? What are you new? that is funny.

Thanks for the laugh.

I have had English PHD's from Chinese Universities that couldn't hand a 3 minute conversation in English. They could quote Grammar rules till they were blue in the face but they could speak more then 5 words in a row.

Better for you to go to Hong Kong university at least you can get a real Masters degree in English there.

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9 years 8 weeks ago

Come on thumbs down everything I say. rnrnPlease I like it thumbs down some more.

 
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