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Q: I will study Mandarin in Xian , is it possible to find a work after i finish my scholarship ?

2 years 50 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Xi'an

 
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Depends what qualifications & experience you have. 

 

No no one here can answer your question as you've not given enough information 

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If you are just studying Mandarin (not getting any degree)...  No. you have to leave China in order to be issued a proper work (z) visa.  It used to be possible, under certain circumstances, to get a Z visa issued in Hong Kong, but I'm not sure if that is still possible (they have changed many of the visa laws recently). 

 

This is, of course, assuming that you would otherwise qualify for a work visa. 

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of course u can

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depends on what you want to work.

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