China-ASEAN Art College Audition in Belgrade
Q: What are the age limits?
A: Minimum age: 18 years. Maximum age: 35 years for Bachelor, 40 years for Master.
Q: How long are the programs?
A: Bachelor: 4 years. Master: 2 years.
Q: When is the deadline for applications?
A: April 26th
Q: I am currently in the middle of a degree program. If I study in China, do I need to start all over again?
A: In most cases it is possible to transfer credit from your current studies and getting classes acknowledged by our institution
Q: What is the language for individual lessons and what is the language of theory classes?
A: Individual lessons are in either English, Russian, German or Chinese. Theory classes are in English or bilingual in Chinese-English
Q: How is the academic year organized (winter break, summer break)?
A: First semester: 2018, September 3rd to end of December. Second semester: 2019, end of February to end of June
Q: Does the scholarship allow me to get a single room and stay during the semester breaks?
A: Choosing a single room or staying in the dormitory during the breaks will deduct more from the total scholarship amount you receive. Your living allowance will be what is left from the dormitory deduction
Q: How good is public transportation?
A: The campus is conveniently located at Chengdu University’s subway station. It takes about 15 minutes to reach the central (1st) ring
Q: How is the weather in Chengdu?
A: Springs: 22°C average high / Summers: 29°C average high / Autumns: 21°C average high / Winters: 10°C average high
Q: How is the air quality (PM2.5) in Chengdu?
A: Springs: excellent air quality
Summers: excellent air quality
Autumns: moderately clean air quality
Winters: slightly polluted, mainly in the winter break (January, February)
Q: How is the internet speed and how can I access western websites?
A: Internet in a big and modern city like Chengdu is fast and reliable. Accessing some Western websites requires a special setup on your computer and phone
Q: How spicy is the food in the canteens?
A: The local cuisine can be rather on the spicy side, but campus canteens are usually not too spicy. If you prefer non-spicy dishes you still have a big variety available
Q: Where can I buy Western food?
A: Chengdu has international stores like Metro, Carrefour and Walmart. Taobao has Western goods online
Q: How safe is China?
A: China is one of the safest countries in the world, partly due to the government’s strict immigration control. Western expats always emphasize how safe they feel in daily life. In overly crowded places pick-pocketing can occur occasionally, so hold on to your belongings
Q: What about earthquakes?
A: Chengdu lies on the geologically stable Yangzi massif, which is comparable to a huge solid steel plate. Because no fault lines run through the city, there was never a risk in the city proper. Stronger earthquakes only affect unstable fault zones like the Longmenshan fault line 100 km West of Chengdu.
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