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I am looking to hear from people who have studied in China already and are at a University they particularly like. I am currently in Nanjing and applying for the CGS.  I am particularly interested in a school in one of the first tier cities, where dorm/living conditions are pleasant (possibly able to get a single room?). I am interested in learning Chinese or something related to technology.  Let me know if anyone has any recs, I am interested in hearing specific recommendations. I have to apply next week and decide where. Thanks all!   

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What do you can consider first tier cities? Just Beijing and Shanghai or could places like Hangzhou also  count? I’m enjoying Jiaoda but I hear that that accommodations at Zhejiang Daxue are nicer. Those are both serious top tier schools especially in technology!

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I studied at Fudan for a year in Shanghai. I am not sure what you consider as "nice" when it comes to the accommodation for I haven't really seen other dorms in China but I have a video on where I stayed here. It's pretty decent. Some people like it, others don't. Depends on what you're looking for when it comes to a place to stay. I had friends who moved out after the first semester, some that moved in (due to the close-knit environment you have with individuals) If you're a scholarship student there, they automatically place students in a single room in the sub-buildings (where I stayed). You share the living/kitchen and bathroom with one other person but you have your own room. Its small, but sufficient enough. You don't need a lot of space...or do you? Lol 

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