1. Scanned Copy of International Passport
Dear student, the first thing you need is a valid international passport. This is an important document because, without a valid passport, you can not study in the country of your dreams. A valid passport is your identity. So if you do not have it, we suggest that you prepare your passport at the embassy office in your home country. In addition, if you already have your passport, make sure its has not expired. If it has already expired or if it is six months away from expiry, you must immediately renew your passport. Also note that to obtain a visa in any country, your passport must have a validity of more than 6 months.
a) Scanned soft copy of International Passport Biodata page (showing personal information).
b) Scanned soft copy at least two blank pages of International Passport (This shows if your passport has space to stamp a new visa).
c) Soft copies of the visa Page showing entry-exit stamp pages (This shows your travel history).
2. Passport Sized Photo
The recommended passport size photo is (50mm x 40mm) in general. The photo must be sharp, colorful and the background must be simple, white or off-white. The height of the head must be between 28 and 33 mm. The width of the head must be between 21mm and 24mm. You must submit a color photo taken within the last 6 months. The passport photo should not use filters on the face or take your picture of someone else or selfie Remove your glasses for your photo.
3. Academic Transcript And Certificate (must be notarized)
Bachelors degree students must provide their transcripts and certificates. Masters candidates must bring their transcripts and undergraduate certificates, and doctoral students must provide both transcripts and certificates (undergraduate and postgraduate).
Please note that all transcripts and certificates must be notarized.
Note: Transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with a Chinese or English translation. Some universities require Both English and Chinese translation.
Candidates must prepare their CV if they wish to study abroad in the country of their choice. The curriculum vitae or CV must include their academic qualifications with results, personal information (name, date of birth, marital status, national identifier or school identifier, physical address, contact number, nationality, language, etc.), faculty reference of your name, address, and designation), personal accomplishment, etc.
5. Physical Examination
The medical examination must cover all the items listed in the Foreigner Physical Examination Form. Try to follow all the procedure instructed in this medical form with valid information. Invalid information will not be accepted if the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. Medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are kindly requested to take this factor into consideration as they plan to take the medical examination.
6. Police Clearance
Authorization from the State Police Department is also required for study purposes. This is important because foreign countries will not allow anyone to enter their territory with a criminal record. A police certificate is an official document approved by the police or government agencies to prove that the applicant has not committed any criminal offense similar to an arrest or conviction. For this, you must provide your police clearance certificate. A police certificate is also known as a good citizen certificate.
7. Guarantee letter
Guarantee letter is a document that states who will be responsible for your tuition fees. In most cases your parents will have to sign this or your sponsor.
8. Guardianship Authorization Letter
Guardianship Authorization Letter signed by parents (Essential for students Below 18 years of Age.
9. Undertaking Agreement for Minors
In cases where a student is below 18 years of age and we have to facilitate an overses guardian, this documents protects the appointee guardian from legal encomberances, should incase the student violates the law of the host country. (Essential for students Below 18 years of Age)