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Admission

Program for International Students

Requirement

1. Undergraduate Program: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and have attained a senior high school diploma, they will be accepted after qualification for the entrance examination. Students are required to complete the curriculum between 4 or 5 years (5 years for majors of composition, musicology, conducting, music education, vocal and opera). Upon graduation, students will receive a graduation certificate along with the bachelor's degree.

2. Master Program: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and have attained a bachelor's degree, they will be accepted after qualification for the entrance examination. Students are required to complete the curriculum between 2- 3 years, fulfill the designated number of credits, complete the master's thesis and defend of it in front of a panel of experts. Graduates will receive a graduation certificate along with the Master's degree.

3. Doctorate Program: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and have attained a master's degree, they will be accepted after qualification for the entrance examination. Students are required to complete the curriculum within 3 yeas (in normal circumstances) and fulfill the designated number of credits, conduct research, complete the doctoral thesis and defend it in front of the panel of experts. Graduates will receive a graduation certificate with doctoral degree.

4. General advanced study program: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and have attained a senior high school diploma or above. Students will receive a certificate for advanced study.

5. Senior Advanced Study Program: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and have attained a Master's degree or above. Students will receive a certificate for the advanced study.
 

When to Apply

1. Applicants for the undergraduate program must visit and apply to http://www.ccom.edu.cn to submit the application form online in the beginning of December for the audition, and comes in person to audition in February or March next year. The qualified applicants will receive the formal Notice of Acceptation in July and register to study in September.

2. Applicants for the Master's Program must visit  http://www.ccom.edu.cn to review the Regulation for the Graduate Study Program in May and submit the application form for the entrance examination according to the indication of the Regulation. The accepted applicants will receive the formal Notice of Acceptation in July and register in September next year.

3. Applicants for the doctorate program must visit  http://www.ccom.edu.cn to review the Regulation for the Graduate Study Program in January and submit the application form for the entrance examination according to the indication of the Regulation. The accepted applicants will receive the formal Notice of Acceptation in July and register to study in September.

4. Applicants for General Advanced Study or Senior Advanced Study can apply to the Foreign Students Office directly 3 or 4 months before the Entrance Date of March 1 or September 1st.
 

Application

1. Students who have obtained scholarship from government must apply through the diplomatic channel by the department of their native countries.

2. An applicant for non-degree study may apply directly to the Foreign Students Affairs Office and request an Application Form or download the Application Form from the website of Central Conservatory of Music. ( click: www.ccom.edu.cn)  and fax or mail to the International Student Affairs Office (fax: +86 10 -66412585, 66413202, address: No. 43, Baojia Street, Xicheng Dist. , post code: 100031).

3. The international students applying for undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral degree must be qualified for certain level of Chinese (provide the Certificate of Chinese Level by Foreign Affairs Office or Certificate of HSK Elementary - Intermediate, the certificate of Intermediate Level is necessary for the students applying to the composition, conducting, musicology and music education). The foreign students not reach the above level in Chinese language must take Chinese lessons for a year in International Music Exchange Centre of the Central Conservatory of Music to reach any one requirement of following item:
a. obtain the Certificate of Chinese Level provided by Foreign Affairs Office;
b. obtain the Certificate of HSK Elementary-intermediate.

There are no rigid rules on Chinese requirements for the international students who apply for advanced study.
 

Enrollment

The CCOM enrolls the students on the basis of competitive selection. The international students applying for undergraduate degree program will receive a Notice of quality for Speciality issued by Admission Office after passing the audition before March 31 (postmark). The accepted students applying for undergraduate degree will receive the formal Admission Notice before July 20 (postmark) and the accepted students applying for the master and doctoral degree will receive the formal Admission Notice before June 31 (postmark). The students applying for non-degree program should contact with related departments to consult the date for Notice of Admission.


Registration

1. Students by government scholarship should bring the Form JW201,the Admission Notice, "Health Certificate", CSC materials and six passport sized photos(3.5cm x 4.5cm) with them for registration on the registration date shown in the Admission Notice.

2. Students by their own expense should bring the Admission Notice, "Health Certificate" and six passport sized photos(3.5cm x 4.5cm) with them for registration on the registration date shown in the Admission Notice.

3. All the foreign students are requested to bring their passport, Admission Notice, the Foreigner Physical Examination Form and the Blood test report to the local quarantine office within the set time to have their medical examination verified after they enter China. Foreign students whose Foreigner Physical Examination Form do not meet the requirement will have to re-take medical examination. Those who refuse to re-take the medical examination or are diagnosed as suffering from diseases that are not permitted to enter China under the Chinese Laws and regulations will be required to leave China.


Expenses

1. Examination Fee for undergraduate study: Application and preliminary examination: 200 RMB; Second and third stages: 60 RMB
Examination Fee for Master's and Doctorate Study: 900 RMB

2. Tuition Fee ( per year per person)
Undergraduate program: 33000 RMB
Master's Program: 38000 RMB
Doctorate Program: 42000 RMB
General Advanced Study Program: 38000 RMB
Senior Advanced Study Program: 42000 RMB

Students should pay all the fees on registration. The fees are non-refundable after registration even when students drop out or transfer into other schools.

3. Accommodation: All bedrooms are shared by two, 50 RMB a day for a shared room per person and 100 RMB for a single room. Rents should be paid in the first week of each term.


Please click here to see International Student Office Website 

 

 

, CCOM , 2008-03-24