Selection for Admission to Graduate Level Education in China

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Selection for Admission to Graduate Level Education in China

The graduate school admission is an joint efforts of the national government, local governments and the universities. For applicants who apply for a master’,s degree, it is a two stage procedure: in the first stage, they take the tests administrated by the national government, in the second stage, they are selected by universities mainly through interviews. For those who apply for a doctorial degree, they will go through the similar two stages which are administrated by the universities. Doctorial degree applicants are required to take the following tests: politics theory ( It can be waived for those who have already have a master degree or those who will obtain a master degree before the enrollment), foreign language (including listening skills) and at least two subject tests. The tests are all developed by individual universities. Master degree applicants are required to take the following tests: politics theory, foreign language, 1-2 subject tests. The first two tests will be developed and administrated by NEEA. Part of the subject tests are developed by NEEA too. These tests include: Mathematics for programs in engineering, economics and management, Chinese and Western Medical Science Basics for Medical programs, Education Basics, Psychology Basics, History Basics. The graduate school admission system is well developed. The system is efficient in China and it has been proved to be successful. Millions of qualified applicants are admitted into graduate school through this fair and secure procedure. In today’,s increasing internationalized, the graduate school admission system of China need to draw lessons from other countries and need to innovate and develop on the foundation of Chinese national conditions in order to meet Chinese modern needs.

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