Call for 2021 Visiting Students Programs for International Students

The University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) accepts international visiting students through over 20 UCAS schools and 100 institutes of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
For detailed information about disciplines, CAS institutes and UCAS faculties, please visit the UCAS website at….
The schooling system for visiting students ranges from 1 semester to 2 years.
A non-degree certificate of study can be awarded if the visiting student successfully finishes his/her study at UCAS.
Official transcripts are also available upon request. Any international student or scholar who is willing to take courses, do research or conduct an academic exchange at UCAS may consult or apply to CAS institutes and UCAS faculties.

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