Nankai University postgraduate students in class


Studying for success at Nankai University

Can’t speak Chinese but want to study in China? Don’t worry, the international degree programmes at Nankai University are taught entirely in English, so no prior knowledge of the Chinese language is needed.

All our academic programmes include Chinese language classes as part of your degree, enhancing your CV or resume - and career prospects. And, living in China there will be plenty of opportunities to practice every day.

Supporting you at every step

You’re about to embark on a life-changing journey. But, it’s not something you’ll have to do on your own. You’ll have help every step of the way, ensuring you’re happily settled in.

Our friendly support staff will guide you through your visa application, meet you at the airport, help you find your classes and help you secure an internship or work placement as part of your studies. Many of our team have studied abroad themselves, so know the worries and excitement that come with this incredible experience.

You can rely on our 10 years’ experience in helping students just like you.

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Support from the teaching faculty at Nankai University

You’ll find a diverse teaching faculty and international classroom made up of students from all over the world. It’s a unique opportunity to learn customs and cultural norms from your new friends from around the globe. You’ll gain newfound confidence for your future career and be at ease interacting with people from different cultures.

We’re here to help you make the most of your time here. But, we also understand your future is even more important to you. That’s why work placements, Masterclasses or internships are integrated into your study. They’ll provide you with the opportunity to make those important connections with people who can make a real difference to your future. 

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Aaron Hedjazi from the UK
"Book a one-way flight. This opportunity has provided me with a new life that I've grown into. I want to stay in China." Aaron Hedjazi from the UK