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International Cooperative (International Students) Office is the official administrative department of NCIST on implementing the NCIST international policies and on coordinating its international communication and cooperation.

International Cooperative (International Students) Office offers support to international activities of NCIST; specializes in foreign experts\' employment and international students\' admission; organizes cooperative education abroad programs; manages international Chinese Language education; applies the visas of NCIST faculty and staff on business visits.

I. International Students

1. International Courses and Fees

General Course

Duration

Spring term: every February to June

Autumn term: every September to January

Level

A : If you are a complete starter

B : If you are planning to get a bachelor\'s or master\'s degree

Objectives

Students can enrich their vocabularies to 2000 - 3000 and master basic Chinese grammar knowledge for daily communication. Prepare for primary and intermediate level HSK test.

School time and Workload

Monday to Friday ( 8:00-11:50 ) , 20 sessions per week, 50 minutes per class. Classes are separated into primary and intermediate classes to be in accordance with different levels.

Certificate

After you complete all required credit hours and pass exams, a certificate will be awarded.

Main Courses

Intensive Reading , Speaking, Listening, Reading, etc.

Optional Courses

Chinese Idioms, Chinese Culture, Calligraphy, Tourism Geography, etc.

Tuition Fees

13,000 RMB/year

Short-term Courses

A. Intensive Course

Duration

Spring term: every February to June (18-weeks program)

Autumn term: every September to January (18-weeks program)

Level

Beginner Class: if you are a complete starter

Elementary Class: if you have learned Chinese for a certain period

Objectives

Students can enrich their vocabularies to 2000, master 80 Chinese grammar points for daily communications and acquire certain knowledge about Chinese culture.

School time and Workload

Monday to Friday ( 8:00-11:50 ) , 20 sessions per week, 50 minutes per class. The program is class-based with language practice, such as tour visit and recreational activities.

Certificate

After you complete all required credit hours and pass exams, a certificate will be awarded.

Main Courses

Intensive Reading , Speaking, Listening, Reading, etc.

Optional Courses

Calligraphy, Kongfu, Chinese Food Cooking, etc.

Tuition Fees

7000 RMB/18 weeks

B. Retraining Courses

Duration

Spring term: every March to July (12-weeks program)

Autumn term: every September to January (12-weeks program)

Level

Beginner Class: if you are a complete starter

Elementary Class: if you have learned Chinese for a certain period

Objectives

The program focuses on listening and speaking abilities. Students are required to mostly understand daily Chinese at normal speed . During the class learning and tour visit, students can be acquainted with Chinese language and culture.

School time and Workload

Monday to Friday ( 8:00-11:50 ) , 20 sessions per week, 50 minutes per class. The program is class-based with language practice, such as tour visit and recreational activities.

Certificate

After you complete all required credit hours and pass exams, a certificate will be awarded.

Main Courses

Intensive Reading , Speaking, Listening, Reading, etc.

Optional Courses

Calligraphy, Kongfu, Chinese Food Cooking, etc.

Tuition Fees

5000 RMB/12weeks

C. Crash Courses

Duration

Spring term: every March to July (4-weeks program)

Autumn term: every September to January (4-weeks program)

Level

Beginner Class: if you are a complete starter

Elementary Class: if you have learned Chinese for a certain period

Objectives

The program focuses on listening and speaking abilities. Students are required to be familiar with Chinese pronunciation, basic sentence structures and daily vocabularies.

School time and Workload

Monday to Friday ( 8:00-11:50 ) , 26 sessions per week, 50 minutes per class.

Certificate

After you complete all required credit hours and pass exams, a certificate will be awarded.

Main Courses

Intensive Reading , Speaking, Listening, etc.

Tuition Fees

2000 RMB/4 weeks

Degree Education

Course Type

Duration

Specialty Classification

Fees

Certificates Offered

Bachelor\'s Degree

4 years

39 undergraduate programs

14, 000 RMB/year

Diploma and Bachelor\'s degree

Master\'s Degree

3 years

Master of safety engineering

15,000 RMB/year

Diploma and Master\'s degree

Other Fees

Items

Cost

Payee

Application

400 RMB/person

International Students Office

Accommodations

double room

4,000 RMB/year; 5,000 RMB/year

Account Office

single room

7,000 RMB/year

Textbooks

400 RMB for language students

Bookseller

Physical Examination

physical examination fee is about 400 RMB;

certification fee is about 60 RMB

Beijing International Travel Health Care Center

Resident Permit Fee

400 RMB for less than one year; 800 for one to less than three years; 1000 for three to five years

local Public Security Bureau Exit-Entry Administration Office

Insurance

600 RMB/year/person

Insurance Company

2. Application

Course Type

Prerequisite

Materials to be submitted

Language Course

formal schooling at high school level or higher

final schooling certificate

1. application form of NCIST;

2. copy of passport (photo page);

3. final schooling certificate and tran'+'scripts

4. physical examination records

5. two photos

Bachelor\'s Degree

formal schooling at high school level or higher

final schooling certificate

Master\'s Degree

Bachelor\'s degree

Diploma and degree certificate

Applicants can contact the International Students Office to get an application form or download it from website http://gjc.ncist.edu.cn/newsShow.asp?dataID=140 .

Please send the completed application form to the office together with a copy of your passport (photo page), certificate(s) and physical examination records. Alternatively, you may visit our office in person with all required documents.

Notes: 1. Students must register with the local public security departments for temporary stay within 24 hours of his/her entry. Otherwise, he/she will be unable to go through the visa formalities and will be fined according to relevant Chinese law.

2. Transfer students need to provide transfer certificate.

3. Frequent Asked Questions

Q 1: How do I get to the university?

A: We provide students pick-up service upon your arrival; or you can take the subway line 1 and get off at Dawang Road Station, please take bus 812 or 811 to Hua Bei Ke Ji Xue Yuan station.

Q 2: How to pay?

A: It is only payable in RMB. Students pay in cash to the Accounting Department upon arrival.

Q 3: How can I open my personal bank account?

A: You may have it done with your passport in any bank near campus. There are many banks around campus, such as Construction Bank of China, Bank of China, etc.

Q 4: Whom sh ould I turn for help if I am in trouble off campus?

A: Please dial the emergency number 110 while call International Students Office .

Q 5: How much money should I take?

A: Students need to take sufficient money for your tuition and accommodation fees. Food and living necessaries costs RMB 1,000 -- 2,500, which depends on individual lifestyle. It is pretty convenient to exchange it in Bank of China before you enter China or exchange it after arrival. If you take travelers checks, you need to exchange it in Bank of China.

Q 6: What kind of clothing should I take?

A: It is typical humid continental climate, presenting distinctive four seasons--a hot and rainy summer, a cold and dry winter, but very pleasant spring and autumn. Min -5 ℃ in winter and max 30 ℃ in summer.

Q 7: What language do they use in the class of Chinese Language?

A: Chinese language is used even in the class.

Q 8: Are there any places for meals around campus?

A: Students can either go to have meal in the student dinning halls or out of campus. Deliver meal service is also provided at restaurants nearby.

II Foreign Experts

1. Qualific ation of Applicants

Nationality:  USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or other

Education:  bachelor or above 

Working experience:  at least two years

Contract time:  at least one semester  

Teaching Courses:  conversation, reading and writing, specialized courses

Workload:  20 hours on average per week  

Monthly salary (RMB):  8,000---10,000 per month

International Airfare (RMB):  5,000 per year on completion of the contract

Travel allowance (RMB):  2,200 per year on completion of the contract 

Insurance:  400,000 RMB life and emergency medical Insurance 

Free boarding:  a furnitured apartment including a bedroom, a living room, a bathroom, a kitchen and a study withair-conditioning, color TV, refrigerator, hot water shower, washing machine, a 

computer with internet access and basic cooking utensils.

Place of Boarding:   on campus 

Meal: cooking utensils provided

2. Contract of Employment

Please visit the website of International Cooperative Office at http://gjc.ncist.edu.cn/newsShow.asp?dataID=243

3. Regulations & Suggestions for Foreign Instructors

Please visit the website of International Cooperative Office at http://gjc.ncist.edu.cn/newsShow.asp?dataID=240

III Contacts

International Students

Contact: Wang Meng

Program Manager

International Students Office (Administration Building 416)

North China Institution of Science and Technology

Tel 86-10-61591447

E-mail: wangmenghg@sohu.com ncisthk@sina.com

Foreign Experts

Contact:  Abbey (Liu Hui)

Program Manager

International Cooperative Center (Administration Building 511)

North China Institute of Science & Technology

Tel:  86-10-61598175, 61595151

Fax:  86-10-61591963, 6159817               

E-mail:   AbbeyL75@ncist.edu.cn   JQX523@126.com