China has developed rapidly nowadays and becomes the world’s second-largest economy in the world. There is no doubt that this country is also one of the great destinations to study. Here are seven reasons why Cambodian students should study in China.
Many Cambodian students have a dream to pursue their studies abroad. It is very common that students think of far-flung countries. Most students focus on highly developed countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia as the destination to continue their overseas education, it is very likely to ignore China, one of the best quality destinations for students worldwide.
Quality of Education and World Recognition
China invests heavily in the education sector and its quality of education is improving rapidly. Though there were only six Chinese universities in Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings in 2011, there were 37 in 2015-2016. This number is more than either Canada or Australia. Research and Development is also one of the advanced areas with more scientific papers published by Chinese scholars than those of American scholars in 2018. The degrees from Chinese universities are also being recognized worldwide with the mutual recognition agreements signed with many developed countries.
Chinese Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world by population. It might not easy to learn so it might be appealing to only those who already know Chinese. Nevertheless, even if you do not know Chinese, you can still enroll in international programs thereby consulting with education agents. After all, where would be the better place to learn some Chinese than China?
Being the world’s second-largest economy and home to many giant corporates, China is undoubtedly the place where students can experience many things in those metropolitan cities such as Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen and more. Students can also seek internship opportunities to experience working in those giant-scale companies.
China is a huge country with a hundred years of history. There are plenty of places for students to visit in China ranging from the well-known Great Wall of China to the Forbidden City in Beijing. Students can also travel to visit the Terracotta Army in Xi’an based in Shannxi province or visit Chengdu the capital of Sichuan province, the home of China’s unique species, Panda.
Scholarship & Grants
There are many scholarships and grants provided by the Chinese government for Cambodian students. Besides those fully-funded scholarships, there is also plenty of partial scholarship that can cover a huge portion of the cost and easier to obtain. A free consultation with us, WEduAbroad for more info about the partial scholarship can be very helpful.
Affordable Costs of Living
Comparing to those developed countries, China is far inexpensive to live in than you might think. You can spend just around 450 US dollars for both food and accommodation in most cities besides those metropolitan cities like Beijing or Shanghai. Though you might need to expect the expense to be doubled if you choose to study in those metropolitan cities, it is still affordable.
Acceptable Tuition Fees
Aside from the living cost, tuition fees are also affordable for many Cambodian families to study in China. Furthermore, there are many partial grants and scholarships available to lessen the tuition fee. Thus, China can be one of the attractive destinations for Cambodian students to continue their education.
What Should You Get from the Article?
Cambodian parents and students can learn about the 7 main reasons for students to pursue study in China. Those reasons are quality of education and world recognition, chance to learn the Chinese language, the business hub, many places for traveling, available scholarship & grants, the affordable costs of living and acceptable tuition fees.
Cambodian students and parents who have further inquiry can always contact us WEduAbroad, the local consultancy for study abroad for free consultations about studying in China at the 9th Floor, B-Ray Tower, Preah Norodom Blvd, Tonle Bassak Commune, Chamkamorn District, Phnom Penh. You can also contact us via phone call (855) 17 548 354 or (855) 81 63 63 60. You can also visit our Facebook page at WEduAbroad to take a quick look at what we have been doing so far. We are always ready to help, and we wish you and your children all the best.