The Easy Way To Get A Chinese Visa
The Easy Way To Get A Chinese Student Visa
So you’ve decided to come to China. The next step is to find out how to obtain a visa to enter and stay in the country legally.
The type of visa you apply for will depend on your purpose of visit. For short-term travelers or students, i.e. 30 days or less, the tourist visa is the easiest to apply for. Those planning to stay longer in China must apply for the student visa.
What Is X Visa?
The Chinese student visa (X visa) is split into two categories: X1 and X2. The main difference between the two is the number of entries permitted and the duration of stay.
The X1 visa is a multiple entry visa which allows students to stay in China for more than 180 days (usually up to a year). You can enter and exit China as many times as you wish within the period of validity of the visa.
The X2 visa is a single entry visa issued to those who will stay in China for less than 180 days. The duration of stay depends on the length of your study program.
Good To Know
Although the regular visa processing time takes only about a week, it’s best to apply two to three months in advance, before your study program starts. This will give you ample time to search for and purchase a cheaper flight ticket. Flight tickets tend to be more expensive when purchased close to the flight date.
How Can I Obtain A Student Visa?
The easiest way is to sign up for the Chinese Visa Program at That’s Mandarin. This program is created for foreigners who want to experience the Chinese culture, travel within China and study Chinese at the same time. It’s a program designed to make it easier for you to reach your Chinese goals.
You can choose to study in Beijing or Shanghai. Both are modern cities with its own unique identities, infused with the traditional history of ancient China. The choice is yours.
If you are into Chinese culture and want to have a taste of authentic Mandarin Chinese, then Beijing can be the ideal choice for you as it’s not only the capital, but also the cultural and political center of China. More importantly, the modern standard Chinese has developed based on Beijing dialect.
If you are looking for fascinating job opportunities and would like to live in a modern area surrounded by skyscrapers, then Shanghai is your destination. Being the financial center of China, Shanghai offers numerous job opportunities for both Chinese and foreigners. At the end of 2015, the amount of “non-Shanghainese” took up to 40% of the total population of Shanghai.
How Do I Apply For The Chinese Visa Program?
Go to our Chinese Visa Program page to find more info about the course and to apply.
Why Should I Join That’s Mandarin?
You can get many benefits by joining That’s Mandarin. Not only are our courses competitively priced, we also offer great returns on your investment.
Small Group Classes
In this program, you will be studying in a group class of 2 to 5 students only. The small group size is meant to provide a high quality learning environment, where each student has the opportunity to be involved in each activity in the class. The teachers can also monitor each student’s learning progress and adjust the lesson content and style as necessary.
Effective Teaching Methods
We developed our own teaching methods that have been proven to be very effective in improving students’ Chinese skills and making Chinese lessons more enjoyable and less daunting. Our former students claimed that they learned more in two weeks with us than 2 months at other schools!
The Social Aspect
Students who choose to study in small-group classes will certainly have more chance to practice Chinese by interacting with other classmates and the teacher, and therefore quickly improve their Chinese language skills. We also organize cultural events every month to bring all students together.
Our schools in Beijing and Shanghai are both centrally located in the heart of the downtown areas. You can access shops, restaurants, banks, and almost everything else within a short walking distance.
Did you know that we take pride in our customer service? Our staff and teachers care about our students. We make sure that you’re taken care of before you join our school, while you’re here and even after you’ve completed your program with us.
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