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Hi everyone,

My friend wanted to apply for the one-year Chinese language course in China via the CSC. But we can't figure out which category to choose when filling up the online application form. There's this field "apply as" and the only five choices are: Bachelor Degree, Masters Degree, PhD, General Scholar, Senior Scholar. Can't find an option for the non-degree language program

I have tried applying as "general scholar", then in the field of "discipline applying for" choosing "literature", then under major there would be option "Chinese Language". But I'm not sure if that's the right way. For one, if you do that, the list of the Chinese universities you can apply for is shorter than it should be. For example, I couldn't select Chongqing University under this category while I know they accept one-year Chinese language course under CSC (been studying there 2 years ago, under CIS but had friends with the CSC).


Anyone knows how to apply for the language course through CSC?

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In 2019, I put 'General Scholar', 'literature' under Discipline and 'Chinese language' under Major. I have done the same this year. All my university choices have been in Shanghai and they all came up.


You probably need to choose other Chinese language courses and see if your target university comes up in the drop list.


FYI, all non degree programs are under 'General Scholar'


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