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International students can work for 12 hours per week in China during study period. But in summer and winter vacations international students can work more than 12 hours if they have permission.

CISC offers unique solutions and methodology based on expert knowledge and extensive experience in ensuring the China Education System.

Tip on Study Abroad

Before Applying consider following Question?

Why should I study abroad?
There a variety of reasons why you can and why you should do so, the most important being;

Academic credit
Language acquisition
Practical experience
Resume building
Experience of a lifetime
What is the perfect program for me?
Before you decide to leave it is essential that you know where your interests lie, don't just follow any direction. Make a plan pertaining to the universities you would like to join. Do some studying, find out if they are offering the programs you wish to pursue. Choosing your majors and electives can be a tough job if you don't know what kind of orientation you have in your career.
The Internet is a brilliant place to start your search, when looking for a particular program try and look for the following components;

Time-length of program
University offering the program
Description of program
Once you know these things you will be able to decide if the choice you are about to make is in coordination with your interests and your financial standing.
What do I need to do before I leave?
1. To clear your perspective and to get the best direction talk to your parents, your schoolteachers or to a career counselor so you know your proper direction.
2. Apply for a passport.
3. As soon as you receive your passport, make a copy of the front page that has all your identification information, and keep it in a separate place from your passport. If your passport is lost or stolen, the copy will make it easier to get a new one.
4. Get a Visa- do some research and find out if your country of destination requires a visa. If so what kind of visa will you need? Sixty percent of the world's countries require visas for any length of stay. If you travel, you may need visas for other countries. Apply early for visas. Processing time varies widely.
5. Once you have your visa, get all your shots from the prescribed doctor and your medical checkup done.
6. Make sure to get student discounts with the help of your student ID card. Getting an International calling card is not such a bad idea, keep it for emergency purposes. Plan your budget; know the conversion rates. Consider the in-country costs before you go. You should develop a budget and live by it. Consider the costs of optional excursions, gifts, school supplies, internet access, in-country transportation and general living costs.
7. Learn about your destination- You're going to experience culture shock, no matter how cool you are, regardless of how diverse you are, and with no regard to your language ability you will have culture shock. One of the ways to have a better experience is to have realistic expectations. Read everything you can about your future home.
8. Pack Light, make sure to pack your patience and flexibility along.
Before you decide to send your child you must have an idea about the following:

Is your child ready to make the trip?
What do you know about academics on his/her study abroad program?
How much do you / your child know about the host city?
Where will your child be living and eating?
Have you made appropriate financial arrangements?
You need to:
Read up as much as you can find on your host country.
Talk to people who have been on the program like students or professors.
Talk to the people in your country who are from the host country.
The checklist:
Find out the correct time of the beginning of the course and see to it that your child's tickets and visa are ready; don't leave either of these things till the last date.
Book your child's tickets well in advance and re-check/confirm them 72 hours before the flight. This is mandatory procedure with most airlines.
Make sure that you know the size and weight limits of the baggage that is allowed and do not exceed the limit. Your child may have to carry his/her own luggage pack sensibly.
Have a photocopy of your child's passport and other important documents.
Make sure that you know what is the weather presently in the country your child is going to and what the general weather is like and pack clothes according to that. It will be very expensive for your child to buy clothes or any other item for a while after he reaches there. Also find out about the inoculations he/she needs to take and the time period for them. See that it's over well before he is due to leave. If the child is are under certain prescribed drugs make sure he/she has a permit to carry it with him/her as both availability and cost may be a problem abroad.
Make sure of his staying arrangements. Especially if he/her is going to reach on a weekend or late at night, be sure as to who is picking him/her up and where and also where he/she is to stay (if a weekend) till they move into the college campus. Have your contact's phone number and address and give a copy to your child also. Let him have a rough idea how to get to his/her host's place from the airport in case of an emergency.
Find out the popular modes of transportation there, whether there is a reliable public transport or do he/she needs to make their own arrangements.
Also find out if you he/she to meet the school authorities on his/her arrival to confirm their admission or can they wait till school begins?
Explain the money exchange rates of the country he/she is going to and the give them the amount of money they might need and alternate/safer modes of carrying money like traveler's cheques. Also find out about opening an account there and ATM and how money can be sent from here.
Try to get them an international calling card before they leave, as this will help them to get in touch with you easily and not waste their money that will be precious to them in a new country.
Find out about the consulate of your country nearest to where they will be staying and ask them to register themselves there.

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