- Applications are open to foreign citizens with reliable financial support and stability who are senior-high-school graduates with an age between 18 and 50 and in good health.
- Residents from mainland China, Hongkong, Macao and Taiwan who have immigrated, must hold a valid foreign passport or certificate of nationality for 4 years (including) or above, and provide the record or the certificate indicating that the passport holder actually lives overseas for more than 2 years. (If passport holder actually lives abroad for 9 months in a year, it will be calculated as one year.)
- Applicants must have Chinese proficiency of New HSK level 4 (a total of no less than 180) or one year’s full-time Chinese training at any Chinese university. Students with New HSK level 5 (a total of no less than 180) may be enrolled to start from the second semester of the first year. Those, with New HSK level 6 (a total of no less than 180) and one year’s full-time Chinese training at any Chinese university, may be enrolled as Sophomores. Applicants, who would like to study from the second semester of the first academic year, the second or the third academic year, need to pass the entrance examination organized by the School of Chinese Studies and Exchange. The dates are January 4 / February 16 for the second semester admission, and July 3 / August 23 for the second or third year admission.