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 Undergraduate Program (2010)
1. Majors for Undergraduate Program
   1) Programs in Hongkou Campus
Chinese Language (Business oriented), Chinese Language (Chinese-English bilingual), Chinese Language (Chinese culture)*, Chinese Language (Translation of Chinese and Japanese, Chinese and Korean, Chinese and English)*; International Economics and Trade (Chinese), Business Administration (Chinese).
★ If there are over 10 applicants, the programs marked by “*” will be opened.
English-Taught International Undergraduate Programs:
- Bachelor of Economics in International Economics and Trade
- Bachelor of Management in Business Administration (International Business)
★ More details may be found at the Guide to International Undergraduate Programs.
   2) Programs in Songjiang Campus include: International Economics and Trade, International Business and Trade (Japanese), Finance, Law, International Politics, Educational Technology, International Journalism, Broadcasting & Televising News, Advertising, Information Management and Information System, Business Administration, Accounting, Public Relations, Translation, English Language (Pedagogy oriented), English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, Persian, Korean, Thai, Portuguese, Greek, Italian, Swedish, Dutch, Indonesian, Hebrew, Vietnamese, Ukrainian Languages and Literatures.
   ★ The information of the programs can be found at
http://zhaoban.shisu.edu.cn/dep.php.
2. Length of Schooling
   4 years; Admission only available in Fall Semester, opening in September. The exact opening date is available in Acceptance Letter.
3. Application Deadline
   For the programs in Hongkou Campus by June 30 and for the programs in Songjiang Campus by May 15.
4. Application Qualifications
   Applicants should be Non-Chinese citizens, senior high school graduates, over 18 and under 40 years old, in good health, and with reliable financial support and custody.
5.  Chinese Proficiency Requirements and Entrance Examination
   1. Programs in Hongkou Campus
     1) Chinese Language majors require applicants have HSK grade 3 or have one semester’s full-time Chinese training. Those, with HSK grade 5 and one year’s full-time Chinese training in Chinese university, may be enrolled as a sophomore after passing an Entrance Examination provided by College of International Cultural Exchange. The date of the Examination will be declared at
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn.
     2) International Business and Trade (Chinese) and Business Administration (Chinese) require applicants have HSK grade 3 or equivalence.
    2. Programs in Songjiang Campus require applicants have Chinese proficiency of HSK grade 6 or equivalence and pass Entrance Examinations in English, Chinese and Mathematics in Shanghai in early June. The exact examination date and place will be declared at
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn on May 20.
6.  Application Materials
1) SISU Application Form (Degree Programs), available at
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Diploma and academic record in original or notarized copy in English or Chinese. Applicants, who are about to graduate, can submit a certification of upcoming graduation.
3) Photocopy of HSK certificate.
4) Applicants who want to be enrolled as a sophomore or junior in Chinese Language majors shall also submit the certificate of full-time Chinese training and academic record in original or notarized copy in English or Chinese.
5) Photocopy of passport.
6) 4 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
7) Application fee: 450 RMB (or 65 USD).
8) Entrance Examination fee: RMB 300 (or 45 USD), only for the programs in Songjiang Campus.
★ If necessary, SISU will require applicants submit some additional materials.
★ Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:
 Beneficiary Name:
 Shanghai International Studies University
 A/C No.:
 022744-1001274409008903857
 Bank:
 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
 Swift Code:
 ICBKCNBJSHI
 Bank Address:
 566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China
   
   ★ All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance),which will not be returned, must be sent by registered or express mail to:
     Office of International Student Affairs
     Shanghai International Studies University
     Room 202, Teaching Building 2
     550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China
7. Acceptance and Visas
1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials.
2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202), and a Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners.
3) Applicant shall take a physical examination no more than 4 months in advance of the date he is required to study at SISU in a national or public hospital to complete the Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached. If in China, applicant may take a physical examination at a local Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.
★ Applicant with a Chinese Residence Permit doesn’t need to take a physical examination.
4) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.
★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.
8. Registration
Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202, Physical Examination Record for Foreigners (with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached) and passport and register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees and buy insurance. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment. After registration, the Physical Examination Record for Foreigners shall be verified by Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau. If not qualified, he should re-take a physical examination.
9. Tuition and Fees (in RMB)
1) Admission Fee: 4,000 RMB (only for newcomers)
2) Tuition: 18,000 RMB /Year
3) Teaching Material Fee: 500 RMB /Year(only for the programs in Hongkou Campus)
4) Management Fee: 680 RMB /Year
5) Insurance: about 600 RMB /Year
★ The students of programs in Songjiang Campus pay the same teaching material fee as Chinese students. Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
10. Scholarship
SISU provides various scholarships for international students. More information can be found at the website of the Office of International Student Affairs
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
11. Completion of Program
Diploma and Certificate of Bachelor’s Degree will be issued to those who have completed the undergraduate program with qualified academic standing.
12. Notes
   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.
   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.
  4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.
Graduate Program (2010)
1. Majors for Graduate Program

1) Master’s Degree: International Trade, International Politics, International Relations, Diplomacy, Ideological & Political Education, Educational Technology, Linguistics & Applied Linguistics, Modern & Contemporary Chinese Literature, Comparative Literature & World Literature, English, Russian, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Arabic, European, Asian & African Languages and Literatures, Foreign Linguistics & Applied Linguistics, Translation, Journalism, Communications and Business Management.
★ More information can be found in the Majors of SISU’s Master’s Degree Programs for International Students in 2009.

2) Doctor’s Degree: English, Russian, French, German, Japanese and Arabic Languages & Literatures, Translation, International Relations and Foreign Linguistics & Applied Linguistics.
★ More information can be found in the Majors of SISU’s Doctor’s Degree Programs for International Students in 2009.

2. Length of Schooling

1) Master’s Degree: 2.5 years.

2) Doctor’s Degree: 3 years.

★ Admission only available in Fall semester, opening in September. The exact opening date is available in Acceptance Letter.

3. Application Deadline: April 30
.

4. Application Qualifications

1) Master’s Degree: Applicants shall be Non-Chinese citizens, university graduates with bachelor’s degree, good Chinese proficiency which meets the requirements of degree courses; in good health; with reliable financial support and custody.

2) Doctor’s Degree: Applicants shall be Non-Chinese citizens, university graduates with master’s degree, good Chinese proficiency which meets the requirements of degree courses; in good health; with reliable financial support and custody.

5. Entrance Examination

Entrance Examination includes written and oral test, is held in mid or late May. The exact examination date will be declared at
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/ on May 5. The subjects of the Entrance Examination are listed in the Majors of SISU’s Master’s and Doctor’s Degree Programs for International Students in 2010.

6. Application Materials

1) SISU Application Form, which can be downloaded from
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Diploma and academic record in original or notarized copy in English or Chinese.
3) Photocopy of HSK certificate or Chinese proficiency certification.
4) Personal statement, about 1000 words, written in Chinese, which includes study and work experiences, research results and study plan.
5) The index and abstract of published papers and any other materials to certify your research abilities.
6) Two original recommendation letters from professor or associate professor in English or Chinese.
7) Photocopy of passport.
8) 4 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
9) Application fee: 800 RMB (or 120 USD).
★ If necessary, SISU will require applicants submit some additional materials.

★ Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:
 Beneficiary Name:
 Shanghai International Studies University
 A/C No.: 
 022744-1001274409008903857
 Bank:
 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
 Swift Code:
 ICBKCNBJSHI
 Bank Address:
 566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China
★ All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance), which will not be returned, must be sent by registered or express mail to:
  Office of International Student Affairs
  Shanghai International Studies University
  Room 202, Teaching Building 2
  550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China

7. Acceptance and Visas

1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials and applicant sits the Entrance Examination as arranged.

2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202), and a Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners.

3) Applicant shall take a physical examination no more than 4 months in advance of the date he is required to study at SISU in a national or public hospital to complete the Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached. If in China, applicant may take a physical examination at a local Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.

★ Applicant with a Chinese Residence Permit doesn’t need to take a physical examination.

4) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.

★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.

8. Registration

Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202, Physical Examination Record for Foreigners (with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached) and passport and register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees and buy insurance. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment. After registration, the Physical Examination Record for Foreigners shall be verified by Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau. If not qualified, he should re-take a physical examination.


9.
Tuition and Fees (in RMB)

   1) Master’s Degree: 26,000 RMB /Year.
   2) Doctor’s Degree: 32,000 RMB /Year.
   3) Insurance Fee: about 600 RMB/Year.
  ★ Teaching materials shall be bought by students themselves. Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
10. Scholarship

SISU provides various scholarships for international students. More information can be found at the website of the Office of International Student Affairs
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.

11
. Completion of Program

Diploma and Certificate of Master’s or Doctorate Degree will be issued to those who have completed the Mater’s or Doctorate program with qualified academic standing.
12. Notes

   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.

   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.

   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.

  4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.

   

In 2010, the College of International Cultural Exchange of SISU will provide such language programs as Chinese Language Program, Summer Chinese Language Program, Short-term Chinese Language Program, Intensive Chinese Language Program and Business Chinese (Intensive Program).
Welcome international friends to apply the above-mentioned programs!

   

Short-term Students in Long-term Chinese Language Program (2010)
1. Course Load
Also short-term students may be enrolled in the Long-term Non-degree Chinese Language Program for a period less than a semester.
★ The teaching schedule is same as that of the Long-term Non-degree Chinese Language Program.
2. Length of Schooling
  One to three months.
3. Application Period
  The application is accepted all over the year.
4. Application Qualifications

Applicants should be Non-Chinese citizens, senior high school graduates, over 16 and under 60 years old, in good health, and with reliable financial support and custody.
5. Application Materials

1) SISU Application Form, which can be downloaded from
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Photocopy of diploma.
3) 3 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
4) Photocopy of passport.
5) Application fee: 450 RMB (or 65 USD).

★ Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:
 Beneficiary Name:
 Shanghai International Studies University
 A/C No.:
 022744-1001274409008903857
 Bank:
 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
 Swift Code:
 ICBKCNBJSHI
 Bank Address:
 566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China
   
   ★ All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance),which will not be returned, must be sent by registered or express mail to:
   
Office of International Student Affairs
    Shanghai International Studies University
    Room 202, Teaching Building 2
    550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China
6. Acceptance and Visas

1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials.

2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202).

3) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.

★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.
7. Registration

Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202 and passport to register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment.
8. Tuition and Fees (in RMB)
 Duration
 Tuition
 Teaching Material Fee
 Management Fee
 Application Fee
1 month
 3500
 ---
 ---
 450
 2 months
 5200
 250
 340
 450
 3 months
 6800
 250
 340
 450
★ Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
9. Completion of Program

Certificate of Study and Academic Record will be issued to those who have completed the short-term Chinese Language Program with qualified academic standing.
10. Notes

   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.

   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.

   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.

   4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.

Intensive Chinese Language Program (2010)

1. Teaching Target and Goals
The Intensive Chinese Language Program is specially orchestrated for the international students who are going to study undergraduate programs in China, and those who want to improve their Chinese proficiency in a short term. The program aims at helping the international students, within a short period of time, construct their own Chinese language system, do daily communication in Chinese and speak or discuss on a topic in Chinese by focusing on Chinese lexicology and grammar teaching. After completing one academic year’s course of the program, the students’ Chinese proficiency is expected to meet the requirements of entering an undergraduate program in China and reach HSK grade 6.
2. Training Courses
1) Basic Chinese Language Courses, including Comprehensive Chinese (grammar, conversation, Chinese characters), Chinese Listening Comprehension, Chinese Reading and Chinese Conversation.
2) HSK Intensive Training Courses, focusing on intensive training in the aspects of Chinese listening, grammar, reading and comprehensive Chinese.
3. Level Placement
   This program has two levels which are beginning and elementary.
   1) Students who don’t have any knowledge of Chinese enter a beginning level class.
   2) Students who are in elementary level or have one semester’s full-time Chinese training in Chinese university enter an elementary level class.
4. Length of Schooling
This Program lasts half a year (one semester) or one year. Every year has two semesters. Spring Semester opens in late February and Fall Semester opens in September. The exact opening date is available in Acceptance Letter. There’re 36 teaching hours per week.
5. Class Size: About 15 students per class.
6. Application Deadline: December 31 for Spring Semester and June 30 for Fall Semester.
7. Qualifications for Admission
Applicants should be Non-Chinese citizens, senior high school graduates, over 18 and under 50 years old, in good health, and with reliable financial support and custody.
8. Application Materials
1) SISU Application Form, which can be downloaded from http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Photocopy of diploma.
3) Photocopy of passport.
4) 4 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
5) Application fee: 450 RMB (or 65 USD).
★ Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:

Beneficiary Name:
Shanghai International Studies University
A/C No.:
022744-1001274409008903857
Bank:
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
Swift Code:
ICBKCNBJSHI
Bank Address:
566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China

   ★ All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance),which will not be returned, must be sent by registered or express mail to:
Office of International Student Affairs
Shanghai International Studies University
Room 202, Teaching Building 2
550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China
9. Acceptance and Visas
1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials.
2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202), and a Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners.
3) Applicant shall take a physical examination no more than 4 months in advance of the date he is required to study at SISU in a national or public hospital to complete the Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached. If in China, applicant may take a physical examination at a local Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.
★ Applicant with a Chinese Residence Permit doesn’t need to take a physical examination.
4) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.
★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.
10. Registration
Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202, Physical Examination Record for Foreigners (with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached; exempted for students who enroll in a program of less than six months) and passport and register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees and buy insurance. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment. After registration, the Physical Examination Record for Foreigners shall be verified by Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau. If not qualified, he should re-take a physical examination.
11. Fees (in RMB)

Duration
Tuition Fee 
Teaching Material Fee 
Management Fee 
Application Fee 
Insurance 
One Semester 
 16,000
 250
 340
450 
About 300 
One Academic Year 
 32,000
 500
 680
450
About 600 

★ Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
12. Scholarship
SISU provides various scholarships for international students. More information can be found at the website of the Office of International Student Affairs http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
13. Completion of Program
Diploma and Certificate of Bachelor’s Degree will be issued to those who have completed the undergraduate program with qualified academic standing.
14. Notes
   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.
   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.
  4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.
 
Business Chinese (Intensive Program) (2010)
1. Teaching Target and Goals
This Program is designed to improve students’ language skills within a short period of time and help them be adept in using Chinese in business activities. It’s more suitable for the students who hope to do business in China or with China as early as possible and have a strong desire of mastering Chinese language soon.
2. Teaching Goals
This Program focuses on training students to have the knowledge of business and the capabilities of using business language. After completion, students can be competent for the jobs of business and trade. It mainly aims at: 1) helping students master the skills of speaking and communicating in Chinese; 2) helping students have a good basis on doing business with Chinese by learning and training of the vocabulary, drills, specialized knowledge of business Chinese; 3) helping students realize the economic life and business practice in China by learning in class and practice in society, improving their capabilities of understanding business articles by training students’ reading skills, and training their capabilities of applying business Chinese by simulative practice in a business context.
3. Training Courses
1) Basic Business Chinese Courses, including Comprehensive Business Chinese (grammar, conversation, Chinese characters), Chinese Listening Comprehension, Chinese Reading and Chinese Conversation.
2) BCT Intensive Training Courses, focusing on intensive training of BCT.
4. Level Placement
   This program has three levels which are elementary, intermediate and advanced. Students will be placed into a suitable level according to their Chinese proficiency. Each level needs one-semester learning.
   1) Students who have HSK grade 3 or corresponding BCT level enter an elementary level class.
   2) Students who have HSK grade 5 or corresponding BCT level enter an intermediate level class.
   3) Students who have HSK grade 7 or corresponding BCT level enter an advanced level class.
5. Minimum of Applicants
If there are over 15 applicants for each level, the program will be opened.
6. Length of Schooling
This Program lasts half a year (one semester), one year or two years. Every year has two semesters. Spring Semester opens in late February and Fall Semester opens in September. The exact opening date is available in Acceptance Letter. There’re 28 teaching hours per week.
7. Minimum of Applicants: If there are over 15 applicants, the program will be opened.
8. Application Deadline: December 31 for Spring Semester and June 30 for Fall Semester.
The beginning, elementary and intermediate levels will start from the Spring Semester in February 2009, and the advanced level will start from the Fall Semester in September 2009.
9. Qualifications for Admission
Applicants should be Non-Chinese citizens, senior high school graduates, over 18 and under 50 years old, in good health, and with reliable financial support and custody.
10. Application Materials
1) SISU Application Form, which can be downloaded from http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Photocopy of diploma.
3) Photocopy of passport.
4) 4 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
5) Application fee: 450 RMB (or 65 USD).
★ Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:   
Beneficiary Name:
Shanghai International Studies University
A/C No.:
022744-1001274409008903857
Bank:
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
Swift Code:
ICBKCNBJSHI
Bank Address:
566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China
★ All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance) must be sent by registered or express mail to:
Office of International Student Affairs
Shanghai International Studies University
Room 202, Teaching Building 2
550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China
11. Acceptance and Visas
1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials.
2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202), and a Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners.
3) Applicant shall take a physical examination no more than 4 months in advance of the date he is required to study at SISU in a national or public hospital to complete the Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached. If in China, applicant may take a physical examination at a local Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.
★ Applicant with a Chinese Residence Permit doesn’t need to take a physical examination.
4) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.
★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.
12. Registration
Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202, Physical Examination Record for Foreigners (with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached; exempted for students who enroll in a program of less than six months) and passport and register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees and buy insurance. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment. After registration, the Physical Examination Record for Foreigners shall be verified by Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau. If not qualified, he should re-take a physical examination.
13. Fees (in RMB)
Duration
Tuition Fee
Teaching Material Fee
Management Fee
Application Fee
Insurance
One Semester
12,000
250
340
450
About 300
One Academic Year
24,000
500
680
450
About 600
★ Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
14. Scholarship
SISU provides various scholarships for international students. More information can be found at the website of the Office of International Student Affairs http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
15. Completion of Program

Certificate of Study and Academic Record will be issued to those who have completed the long-term Chinese Language Program with qualified academic standing.
16. Notes
   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.

   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.

   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.

   4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.
 
Summer Chinese Language Program (2010)
1. Curricula and activities
Courses: Mainly Chinese courses including Listening Comprehension, Conversation and Reading.

Courses load: 20 teaching hours per week, 4 teaching hours each morning (8:30-11:50), Monday through Friday. Also available are elective courses such as Chinese Characters, Chinese History, Contemporary Chinese Economy, Chinese Calligraphy, Traditional Chinese Painting, Taijiquan (shadow boxing) and Chinese Wushu. The minimum enrollment for each course is 20 students. These courses are taught in the afternoon.

Activities: ① Inner city tours are offered once a week (scenic spots, museums, acrobatics etc.)
            ② Weekend tours are available at students’ own expense.

★ More information can be found from
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2. Schedule of Summer Program

1) Summer 2010 Program has three sessions, respectively 4 weeks.
Session 
Period
Registration Date
First session
from July 5 to July 30, 2010
July 3
Second session
from July 19 to August 13, 2010
July 17
Third session
from August 2 to August 27, 2010
July 31
Click for detailed schedule. The detailed schedule of 2010 Summer Chinese Course will be announced soon. The exact opening date is available in Acceptance Letter.
Application period: ① Before May 20, applicant can get JW202 form and Acceptance Letter. 
                    ② After May 20, applicant can get Acceptance Letter by fax or email but should apply for a tourist visa to China by himself.
2) Group application is welcomed and the courses and schedules may be varied according to the group’s requirements. Please contact with the Office of International Student Affairs if you have any special requests.
3) Individually organized program: Carnegie Mellon University Summer Study Abroad Program in China at SISU, from May 31 to July 23, 2010. Click for more information.
3. Application Qualifications

Applicants should be Non-Chinese citizens, senior high school graduates, over 16 and under 60 years old, in good health, and with reliable financial support and custody.
4. Application Materials

1) SISU Application Form, which can be downloaded from
http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Photocopy of diploma.
3) 3 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
4) Photocopy of passport.
5) Application fee: 450 RMB (or 65 USD).

★ Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:
 Beneficiary Name:
 Shanghai International Studies University
 A/C No.:
 022744-1001274409008903857
 Bank:
 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
 Swift Code:
 ICBKCNBJSHI
 Bank Address:
 566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China
   
   ★ All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance),which will not be returned, must be sent by registered or express mail to:
   
 Office of International Student Affairs
    Shanghai International Studies University
    Room 202, Teaching Building 2
    550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China
5. Acceptance and Visas

1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials.

2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202).

3) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.

★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.
6. Registration

Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202 and passport to register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment.
7. Tuition and Fees (in RMB)
★ Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
8. Completion of Program

Certificate of Study and Academic Record will be issued to those who have completed the short-term Chinese Language Program with qualified academic standing.
9. Notes

   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.

   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.

   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.

   4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.
    Duration    
    Tuition    
Application Fee 
4 weeks
 3500
450
6 weeks
 4800
450
8 weeks
 5800
450
            Accommodation

    1) SISU Guesthouse, an 18-storey building, built in 2000 and located on campus of SISU, is equipped with central air-conditioning. Inside there is a cafeteria, a grocery, a beauty parlor and an ATM. Both double rooms and single rooms are available. Each room has a private bath, a telephone, a TV set, internet access, etc. There’s a communal use kitchen each floor, with a washing machine, a fridge and a microwave oven.

    Single room: 110 RMB per day; Double room: 65 RMB per person per day.

    For short-term students during summer or winter vacation, the cost of a double room is 65 RMB per person per day and single room 115 RMB per day.

    Photos 1, Photos 2
    2) SISU Hotel, an 18-storey building, built in 1996, is located at 555 Chifeng Road with a distance of 5-minute walk from the campus. The Hotel, equipped with central air-conditioning, inside has a cafeteria, a grocery and a beauty parlor. Both double rooms and single room are available. Each room has a private bathroom, a telephone, a TV set, internet access, etc.

    Single room: 130 RMB per day; Double room: 65 RMB per person per day.

    Photos 1, Photos 2
    3) The Foreign Experts’ Building, a multiple-storey building built in 1994, is located at 121 Guangling No.1 Road with a distance of ten-minute walk from the campus. Both double rooms and single rooms are available. Each room has an air-conditioner, a private bath, a telephone and a TV set.
    Single room: 85 RMB per day; Double room: 50 RMB per person per day.
    4) Dormitory in Songjiang Campus:a three-storey building built in 2001, is located on Songjiang Campus of SISU. Both double rooms and single rooms are available. Each room has an air-conditioner, a private bath, a telephone and a TV set.
    Single room: 90 RMB per day; Double room: 55 RMB per person per day.
    Photos
    5)Outside-campus lodging is allowed when student gets permissions of his custody and the Office of International Student Affairs. And a registration shall be done at the Office of International Student Affairs.
    > Regulation of Living Off Campus
    >《
SISU Registration Form of International Students Living Off Campus
    >《Registration Form of Temporary Residence》(sample copy)
    ★ The accommodation fees of the above university dormitories are paid by semester and will not be refunded if you leave during the semester.
 

Chinese Language Program (2010)
1. Length of Schooling
Half a year up to 2 years. Every year has two semesters. Spring Semester opens in late February and Fall Semester opens in September. The exact opening date is available in Acceptance Letter.
2. Training Courses
1) Basic Chinese Language Courses include Comprehensive Chinese (grammar, conversation, Chinese characters), Chinese Listening Comprehension, Chinese Reading and Chinese Conversation of various levels.
2) Free-charged Elective Courses include
- Courses without needing Chinese basis, such as Chinese Characters Writing, Calligraphy, Taijiquan, Paper Cutting, Chinese Elocution, Chinese Language Partners;
- Courses needing Chinese basis, such as HSK Tutoring, Chinese Modern History, Modern Literature, Security Investment, International Investment, Chinese-Foreign Cultural Exchange History, E-Business;
- English-taught courses, such as lectures on Chinese studies.
3. Application Deadline
December 31 for Spring Semester and June 30 for Fall Semester.
4. Application Qualifications
Applicants should be Non-Chinese citizens, senior high school graduates, over 18 and under 50 years old, in good health, and with reliable financial support and custody.
5. Application Materials
1) SISU Application Form, which can be downloaded from http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
2) Photocopy of diploma.
3) Photocopy of passport.
4) 4 passport photos (in size of 5cm * 4cm).
5) Application fee: 450 RMB (or 65 USD).
Application fee is non-refundable, payable in cash or remittance (T/T). Checks are not acceptable. A remittance with student’s name must be made payable to:
All the above-mentioned application materials and fee (or the voucher of remittance) must be sent by registered or express mail to:

 Beneficiary Name:
 Shanghai International Studies University
 A/C No.:
 022744-1001274409008903857
 Bank:
 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shanghai Shangwai Sub-Branch
 Swift Code:
 ICBKCNBJSHI
 Bank Address:
 566 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai, P. R. China

Office of International Student Affairs
Shanghai International Studies University
Room 202, Teaching Building 2
550 Dalian Road (W), Shanghai 200083, P. R. China
6. Acceptance and Visas
1) SISU checks applicant’s application materials.
2) Once accepted, the applicant will receive an Acceptance Letter and a “Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China” (Form JW202), and a Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners.
3) Applicant shall take a physical examination no more than 4 months in advance of the date he is required to study at SISU in a national or public hospital to complete the Form of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached. If in China, applicant may take a physical examination at a local Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.
★ Applicant with a Chinese Residence Permit doesn’t need to take a physical examination.
4) With these documents the applicant can go to the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for visa application.
★ Be sure to have all the above-mentioned documents back after the visa application, which will be required for applying for a residence permit in China.
7. Registration
Applicant shall bring his Acceptance Letter, Form JW202, Physical Examination Record for Foreigners (with original copies of test reports/data sheets attached; exempted for students who enroll in a program of less than six months) and passport and register with SISU at required time. Meanwhile, he is required to pay the tuition and fees and buy insurance. If one cannot register as required because of some problems, he has to inform the Office of International Student Affairs in advance. Those who are late without reason will be disqualified for enrollment. After registration, the Physical Examination Record for Foreigners shall be verified by Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau. If not qualified, he should re-take a physical examination.
8. Tuition and Fees (in RMB)
1) Tuition: 16,800 RMB /Year; 8,400 RMB/Semester.
2) Teaching Material Fee: 500 RMB /Year; 250 RMB/Semester.
3) Management Fee: 680 RMB /Year; 340 RMB/Semester.
4) Insurance: about 600 RMB/Year; about 300 RMB/Semester.
★ Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
9. Scholarship
SISU provides various scholarships for international students. More information can be found at the website of the Office of International Student Affairs http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn/.
10. Completion of Program

Certificate of Study and Academic Record will be issued to those who have completed the long-term Chinese Language Program with qualified academic standing.
11. Notes
   1) The financial support and custody may be student’s parents or relatives in Shanghai.
   2) Tuition and any other fees are not refundable once they have been paid to SISU.
   3) This brochure is available in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. In case of any inconsistency, the Chinese version shall prevail.
   4) The Office of International Student Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University reserves the right to explain the items of this brochure.


Welcome to study at Shanghai International Studies University(上海外国语大学)