The tuition fees for the Contemporary China Studies Programme in 2019 are as follows:
CCSP Academic (16 weeks): 57.750 CNY 7.403 Euro*
CCSP Internship Plus (26 weeks): 73.800 CNY 9.461 Euro*
CCSP Internship Premium (32 weeks): 80.800 CNY 10.358 Euro*
The tuition fees include all teaching fees and materials, application fees, regular excursions and trips, social activities, airport pickup, orientation programme, internship placement services, and local counselling and support. Prices are exclusive of (international) travel, fees of visa and residence permit, accommodation, food and (international) health care/repatriation insurance.
The costs of accommodation at Unijia International Students Community varies between 105 CNY/day for a double occupancy room with shared bathroom to 165 CNY/day for a private room with private bathroom. For one semester of 16 weeks, your room rental may therefore vary from 13.800 CNY to 23.400 CNY, depending on the exact number of days and your room type preference. Rental prices are exclusive of utilities (water/gas/electricity) and internet, and a deposit of 4.000 CNY, which will be returned upon check-out.
CCSP Academic CCSP Internship Plus CCSP Intership Premium
Tution fees: 57.750 CNY 73.800 CNY 80.800 CNY
Housing: 13.800 - 23.400 CNY 20.700 - 35.100 CNY 27.600 - 46.800 CNY
Total CNY: 71.550 - 81.150 CNY 94.500 - 108.900 CNY 108.400 - 127.600 CNY
Total Euro*: 9.173 - 10.403 Euro 12.115 - 13.961 Euro 13.897 - 16.358 Euro
* The Euro amounts mentioned above are for reference only. All tuition fees and room rental will be invoiced in Chinese Yuan (CNY), and may be paid in CNY or in Euro against the exchange rate on the day of invoicing. All fees need to be paid in full before the start of the programme by wire (bank) transfer to Edvance Education International. Payment instructions are included in the invoice.
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