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Monthly archive March, 2013

The list of Chinese universities accepting Nigerian Students to Study in China

The list of Chinese universities accepting Nigerian Students to Study in China Here is the editor, Kiddy. Depending on my work experience at CUCAS, I summarized the univerities who accept Nigerian Students to Study in China. The information is based on my own personal experience and private communication with universities staff but not the offical...

Most Popular Universities for 2013 Fall Intake

            The peak period of the Fall Admissions is coming. To help international students select an appropriate universities objectively,now CUCAS lists most applied universities in the four most popular programs, Chinese Language, Engineering, Business and MBBS programs based on a statistic of 2012 Annual Report. Special Notice: Application Deadline Delayed...

CUCAS EARLY BIRD PROJECT – STUDY IN FUDAN Univeristy

CUCAS EARLY BIRD PROJECT – STUDY IN FUDAN Univeristy From March 12 to March 23, CUCAS has launched the 2nd Early Bird Project of 2013 — MBBS in Fudan University which ranks the No.1 MBBS program in China. MBBS Program in FUDAN Program Description >> Fudan University >> Living in Shanghai >> CUCAS Will Help...

Pakistan middle class eye China for quality education and job

Pakistan middle class eye China for quality education and job Pakistani schoolchildren learn Chinese from their teacher Mr. Haiwei in the private City School in Islamabad. — AFP   ISLAMABAD — When Misbah Rashid taught Chinese 30 years ago, few signed up. Today her department has more than 200 Pakistani students, increasingly attracted by the...

Chinese company offers $300K grant for Muscatine students to study in China

MUSCATINE — A Chinese company’s $300,000 grant will give more than 20 high school and college students from Muscatine the chance to study in China for four weeks this summer, likely changing their lives — and maybe one day, the world. Local officials joined with their Chinese counterparts last week at the Muscatine High School...