Study in China

Seattle, WA

#1 Oct 22, 2013
http://www.sicas.cn/Theme/Study_in_Guangzhou/...
Almost every university provides on-campus accommodation. Students who plan to live on campus should submit your Accommodation Application Form (with links to form) as soon as possible to ensure you have a room. If you have any problems reserving accommodation, you are always welcome to contact SICAS (service@sicas.cn) for help.
The budget for living on campus is around RMB 55 to RMB 120 per day, depending on the type of room and charging standards of the university.
Study in China

Seattle, WA

#2 Oct 22, 2013
http://www.sicas.cn/Theme/Study_in_Guangzhou/...
Most of the universities will allow foreign students to live off campus while you have to inform the university and get the permission from the university first before you make the arrangement. Local listings in English are typically available on expat community websites (a sample of which are listed below). Just be aware that most housing ads you find are posted by agents who may charge an agent fee when you sign the contract (typically one monthís rent) and who may not speak English. As with anywhere, rent various considerably depending on location and the condition of the apartment. Browse the listings first to get a sense of local prices, then try your hand at bargaining!
Study in China

Seattle, WA

#3 Oct 22, 2013
http://www.sicas.cn/Theme/Study_in_Guangzhou/...
Before you sign the contract, ask to take a look at the original property ownership certificate. If the landlord refuses to show you his/her property ownership certificate or just shows you a copy, then you have to be alert.
Generally, the landlord will prepare two identical contracts, which includes the apartment's basic information, household appliances, etc. Before signing the contact, the landlord will show you his/her identification card, and he/she will look at your passport So you will sign your name along with your identification/passport No. together.
huk wek fu fue

Baltimore, MD

#4 Oct 22, 2013
Study in China wrote:
http://www.sicas.cn/Theme/Stud y_in_Guangzhou/Contents_120507 173557198.shtml
Before you sign the contract, ask to take a look at the original property ownership certificate. If the landlord refuses to show you his/her property ownership certificate or just shows you a copy, then you have to be alert.
Generally, the landlord will prepare two identical contracts, which includes the apartment's basic information, household appliances, etc. Before signing the contact, the landlord will show you his/her identification card, and he/she will look at your passport So you will sign your name along with your identification/passport No. together.
during entering china,person have to sign loyality to government and enter communist youth party,
so?from capitalist american student in China is red communist?

very beautiful education and future life?
he heeee

what student can learn in China university; Leninism,marksism Engels,Mao Tsetung, and few other topics leading to conquer red communism above this world??

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