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FAQs about Business in China



Question List:


1. Q: How to choose a suitable university which offers the best business programs?


2. Q: What are the entry requirements of business programs in China?


3. Q: What's the teaching aim of the international economics and trade course?


4. Q: What's the teaching aim of the business administration course ?


5. Q: When should I apply for business courses in China?


6. Q: What documents should I upload when I apply for business courses in China ?


7. Q: How to upload documents?


8. Q: How long will I have to wait after sending documents to the university on SICAS?


9. Q: How to go to ‘Track My Application Status’?






1. Q: How to choose a suitable university which offers the best business programs?


A: First, you should make your choosing areas focused on business, and then choose the university according 
to the official rankings.

Second, you can refer to the locations of universities ,choose the best city you want to stay.

Finally, you ought to make a decision based on the above mentioned and the situations of different universities.

2. Q: What are the entry requirements of business programs in China?


A: In general, universities offering business programs will accept students with high school education.

3. Q: What's the teaching aim of the international economics and trade course?


A: The teaching aim is to turn out highly-qualified professionals armed with a sound basic knowledge of 
theories and expertise in international economy and trade, able to handle international business and 
economic cooperation, and qualified for careers in business, management, research, familiar with the 
latest developments in the field of international trade of the modern world, as well as publicity in economic
and trade organizations. 

4. Q: What's the teaching aim of the business administration course ?


A: The program is designed to cultivate a certain mix of skills in Chinese language, international trade, 
management & finance, and an understanding of China's economic, social and cultural environment. 

5. Q: When should I apply for business courses in China?


A: Chinese universities provide business courses usually starting in autumn or spring. The fall semester
normally starts in September while the spring semester in late February. You need to submit your application
at least two months before the course starts and make sure you sent it early as vacancies may be limited.

6. Q: What documents should I upload when I apply for business courses in China ?


A: The materials for application fall into 2 categories: basic and extra documents.
Basic: copies of your passport, transcript, and graduation certificate 

Extra documents:  may include result of HSK, results of IELTS or TOEFL, results of Medical Examination etc.

7. Q: How to upload documents?


A: To start with, click ‘Browse’ in the ‘Upload your documents’column.
Secondly, choose the required documents from your computer.
Finally, click ‘OK’ to upload. 
The uploading time may vary from several seconds to one minute according to your local connection speed. 
When your documents are uploading, please DO NOT leave the current section or make any changes.

8. Q: How long will I have to wait after sending documents to the university on SICAS?


A: Once you’ve sent your application, please wait 1-3 weeks for the admission office of the university to 
check the application materials and process your application.

9. Q: How to go to ‘Track My Application Status’?


A: The part of Track Admission Status can only be available for you when you have completed the first three steps
(Complete application form online, Upload required application documents and Pay application fees/Send 
application documents to University). Once you have finished all the black sections, you can click the button 
‘Track application status’ in ‘My SICAS Account’ or ‘Track Process’ on the homepage of SICAS to track your 
application status every time.


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