Program Design

EmergingMarkets Institute (EMI)

Beijing Normal University

March, 2018


Emerging Markets Institute1

Degree Education Programs Sponsored by Ministry ofCommerce PRC1

Beijing Normal University2

Living Environment Introduction2

I. Program Description4


2.Program Objective4

3.Enrollment Plan4

II. Education Plan5

1.Teaching methods5

2.Major areas5


4.Courses Description6



7.Master Thesis9

8.Thesis Defense10


III. Financial Aid11

IV. Application12

1. Requirements12

2. Procedures12

3. Materials13


5. Deadlines14

6. Eligibility15


V. Contact16

Other Instructions16

Beijing Normal University Application Form17

EmergingMarkets Institute

The Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) is anacademicestablishment in Beijing Normal University (BNU) and founded in 2011. EMI is aninternational educational center with high quality of academic researches andteaching.

Taking into account the accelerating trend ofglobalization, combining with China’s conditions and Beijing NormalUniversity’s goal of building a world first-class university, the EmergingMarkets Institute sets its basic orientation as international cooperationplatform, endeavors to build a world class education center, and focuses onemerging market development. Through the targeted theories, policy, andempirical researches, and through the international high-end academics,organizations of business, and policy research activities, EMI aims atproviding high-quality economic and managerial talents for China and othergovernments of emerging and developing countries, as well as the academy groupsand business.

DegreeEducation Programs Sponsored by Ministry of Commerce PRC

Degree Education Programs sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce ofPeople’s Republic of China are designed to foster high-end business officialsand managerial personnel for the recipient countries, offering one-year andtwo-year master programs as well as three-year doctoral programs for thepurpose of educating high-end and inter-disciplinary talent working in theapplied fields of government, trade, foreign affairs, agriculture, technology,education, culture and health, building intellectual capacity and facilitatingthe economic and social development of the recipient countries. These programsprovide assistance to governmental officials, research fellows, and seniormanagerial personnel on their master and doctor education in China, which arefully conducted in English. Admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree,relevant working experiences, and decent physical conditions, essential for thehigh-compact curriculum needed for the degrees.

Starting from 2008, a number of 2678 students from developingcountries have attended these programs, until now, except for those who are inthe middle of their studies, 1088 of them have graduated and obtained masterdegrees. These graduates are now working in their specialties back in home andundertaking an increasingly significant role in the economic development andcooperation between China and their home countries.

As for the positive effects and good results brought by theseprograms in strengthening economic ties and friendship between China and therecipient countries, the Ministry of Commerce of People’s Republic of Chinawill continuously intensify its efforts in enlarging the enrollment scale andimproving the quality of education. We believe that by attending the programsand achieving the degrees, you will embrace a successful career and brighter future.

BeijingNormal University

Beijing Normal University is one of China’s topresearch universities. The main campus is located in the center of Beijing,with easy public transportation access. The school currently has nearly 23,900full-time students, including 9,900 undergraduates, 12,400 graduates and 1,500long-term international students. The campus has 1 education faculty, 26schools and colleges, 2 departments and 43 research institutes (centers). Thelibrary boasts over 4.4 million volumes and some 26,000 GB of digitalresources, with 2,200 GB e-books.

Beijing NormalUniversity promotes broad international cooperation and exchange, having signedcooperative agreements with nearly three hundred universities and researchinstitutes from more than thirty nations and regions. BNU also exchangestudents through cooperative programs with over fifty universities from theUnited States, the UK, Japan, South Korea and Canada. Moreover, BNU hasco-founded 8 Confucius Institutes, with the University of Manchester (UK), SanFrancisco State University (US), the University of Oklahoma (US), DawsonUniversity (Canada), Sherbrooke University (Canada), Aalborg University(Denmark), University of Macerata (Italy) and the College of William and Mary(US). Long-term and short-term international students from over 100 countriesand regions are studying at BNU, with 1,500 autumn-registered long-terminternational students, of whom 70.1% are pursuing academic degrees.

LivingEnvironment Introduction

Beijing Normal University is located inBeijing. Beijing belongs to the warm temperatezone continental monsoon climate, fourseasons, dry and windy spring, hot summer andrainy, cool quickly in thefall, winter cold and less snow.

Seasonal Temperature and Dressing Index in Beijing


Average Temperature

Dressing Index



L6-L7Dressing suggestions: shirt, sweater, coat, etc.



L1-L2Dressing suggestions: shorts, etc.



L3-L6Dressing suggestions: wind coat, sweater, coat, etc.



L7-L8Dressing suggestions: cotton-padded clothes, down coat, etc.

Meals in the university will cost about20-30 Yuan/ per day. City bus ticket price starts at 1 Yuan and subway ticketprice starts at 3 Yuan with Beijing municipal administration and communicationcard.

Beijing Normal University will providesingle-bedroom apartment for MBA student in No.3 International studentdormitory which is near the east gate of BNU. The dormitory provides publickitchens and campus network/ wifi services(60 Yuan/ per month). Each room is equipped with private bathroom, single bed(about 3.75ft x 6ft), beddings, TV, air conditioner, fridge, etc. Internationalstudent canteen and Muslim restaurant are offered in the university. Studentswho need to have dinning at the Muslim canteen need to apply in advance.

I. Program Description


Ourprospective students are mid-to-senior level officials or managers from thegovernment, the media, NGOs, and other public sectors, who have demonstratedsuperior performance, both academically and professionally. By the time ofmatriculation, each must have obtained an undergraduate bachelor's degree inthe case of our master program and a master’s degree in the case of ourdoctoral program.


The mainobjective of the MBA program is to address the need for economic reform,restructuring and development in developing countries by:

(1)Training senior officials in business administration and economic policyanalysis;

(2) Promotingeconomic development and cooperation in trade and investment among developingcountries;

(3)Enhancing the trainees' understanding of China and its economic development,and promoting economic cooperation between China and developing countries.


In 2018 we plan to enroll around 45students in our master program with a concentration on national development.

II. Education Plan


All courses are taught in English.Teaching will consist of classroom lectures, group discussions, case studiesand field surveys, among other methods.


l Economic development models, strategies and policies in developingcountries

l Finance, trade and investment in developing countries

l Industrial development in developing countries

l Opportunities and challenges of economic development in emergingmarkets

l Regional economic development and cooperation among developingcountries






Principles of Management




International Trade & Investment




Managerial Economics




Business Data Analysis




Introduction to Development Economics




Development Finance




Methodology of Thesis Writing




Globalization and Economic Transition in East Central Europe




Basic Chinese I




China Social Economic Survey








China Economy & Transition




Practicum Management




General Introduction to China




Emerging Markets Economies (Economy of Asia; Economy of Africa;  Economy of Latin America)




Basic Chinese II









General Introductionto China

Teaching Methods:Lectures,seminars, assignments

This course will survey the politicaldevelopment in contemporary China. Major themes of the course include China’spath to Communism, political institutions and processes, opportunities andchallenges to its political development, and China’s changing relations withthe world. Students will become familiar with the topics widely studied byscholars of Chinese politics such as state-society relations, central-localrelations, political participation, nationalism, policymaking, foreign policy,etc. The main objective of the course is for students to obtain in-depthknowledge on Chinese politics and to develop theoretical thinking to explainand analyze the political development in contemporary China.

Globalization andEconomic Transition in East Central Europe

Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, assignments

Globalization is the trend of increasinginteraction betweenpeople on a worldwide scaledue to advances in transportation and communication technology. This course introducesincreased interactions between nation-states andindividuals came the growth of international trade, ideas, and culture. ExplainNeoliberalism, the Global Crisis, and the Ways Out; The Specific Character ofthe Current Crisis and discuss whether the crisis is avoidable.

The course also introduces East CentralEuropean countries economy development during the transforming period, theprogress, gains and losses ofjoining the European Union and the influences of globalfinancial crisis on the East Central European countries economy.

Managerial Economics

Teaching Methods:Lectures,presentation, assignments

Understand why managerial economicsrelies on microeconomics and industrial organization to analyze businesspractices and design business strategies. Explain the difference betweeneconomic and accounting profit and relate economic profit to the value of thefirm. Discuss problems arising from separation of ownership and control inbusinesses and suggest some corporate control mechanisms to address theseproblems. Explain the difference between price-taking and price-setting firmsand discuss the characteristics of the four market structures.

Business DataAnalysis

Teaching Methods:Lectures,practical operation, assignments

Business Data Analysis introduces studentsto basic concepts of statistics, and intermediate to advanced statisticalanalysis with applications in business and economics. Multiple regression willbe emphasized in the course. The objective of the course is for students tolearn how to analyze real world data with appropriate statistical methods andrelevant computer software. The mathematics of statistical methods will beintroduced only as needed and will not be a central focus.

Development Finance

Teaching Methods:Lectures,assignments

The course “Development finance” coverssome important topics in financial economics. These topics include a number ofclassical issues in financial economics, for example, portfolio selection, thecost of capital, information economics, and derivative markets, etc. Thiscourse will try to obtain a balance between theories and empirical works.

Introduction toDevelopment Economics

Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, assignments

This course is an introduction to theanalysis of core issues in economic development. It is an applied course thattackles major real work problems faced by policy makers in developingcountries. The course combines description and analysis with an emphasis on theelaboration of simple and useful theoretical models for an understanding of theissues that comprise the subject of development economics. Its aim is toprovide students with some foundational analytic tools for addressing coreproblems associated with economic development today while drawing on someactual experiences from developing economies.

Methodology of ThesisWriting

Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, assignments

To prepare students for the dissertationpart of the degree.

To provide students with an in-depthunderstanding of qualitative and quantitative methods.

To develop students’ research planningskills.

To provide students with knowledge ofthe types of data available and appropriate data collection methods.

To develop effective research designskills.

Emerging MarketsEconomies (Economy of Asia; Economy of Africa; Economy of Latin America)

Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, presentation, assignments

The course consists of three parts:Economy of Asia, Economy of Africa, Economy of Latin America. The courseintroduces the economic development, industrial structure Intraregionalintegration in emerging markets including Asia, Africa and Latin America. Thecourse also leads the students to research experience of economy developmentand what they can learn from the successful or failed experience.

Basic Chinese

Teaching Methods:Lectures,conversation practice, presentation

This course is suitable for foreignstudents who studying in China and have no Chinese languagebackground and preliminary vocabulary. This teaching material iscompulsory course for all non-native Chinese students to improvetheirs oral Chinese communication ability. It can be used forteaching and also be used for self-studying.

The course introduces the rules ofChinese phonetic symbols and Chinese character strokes. The course will betaught in two semesters. In the first semester, students will learn basicChinese characters and spellings. Based on the first part of the course,students will learn basic daily dialogue and learn basic Chinese writing in thesecond semester.

Principles ofManagement

Teaching Methods:Lectures,enterprise tour

The main purpose of the course is toenable you to think like a manager and to provide you with the basicinformation you need to be successful as a manager. You will learn thefunctions of management, the tools that managers use, and key concepts, theories,practices, debates and problems in the study of management.

Learn key concepts and theories inmanagement; Develop skills in applying those concepts and theories tounderstand various management processes; Get hands-on practice with a number ofcritical skills such as case discussion and experiential exercises; Learn andimprove various skills that may assist you behave effectively in organizations,including critical thinking and interpersonal skills.

China Economy &Transition

Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, assignments

The course combines the historicaldevelopment and situation of China’s economy, systematically introduces theexperience of China’s economic transformation. In a setting of Chinese economichistory and geography, the course mainly introduces the problems and thesolutions during the process of China’s reform and opening up. The course leadsstudents to research the differences of development process between China andother developing countries which helps students to learn different industriestransformation process and gives enlightenments to their own countries’development.

Practicum Management

Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, assignments

Successful businessmen and researcherswho work in the front-line in China will be invited to introduce practicummanagement of China business and the experience and development opportunitiesof China business. The lectures focus on the topics such as marketing,promoting, financing, researching and social responsibility.

International Trade& Investment

Teaching Methods:Lectures,assignments

This course provides an introduction tothe global trade and investment liberalisation. The main topics in this courseinclude the basics of international trade and foreign direct investment theories,the principles and functions of the WTO, the WTO Agreements and their effectson world trade, including the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT),the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), and the Agreement onTrade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), the causes offoreign direct investment, cross-border mergers and acquisition, the impacts offoreign direct investment on host country's domestic economy, and nationalgovernment policies towards foreign direct investment. The course will examinethe issues facing the global trade and investment liberalisation with aparticular emphasis on China.


Teaching Methods:Lectures,case study, assignments

Leadership is both a research area and apractical skill encompassing the ability of an individual or organization to "lead" or guide otherindividuals, teams, or entire organizations. The course introduces the historicalviews, different faction theories of leadership, leadership emergence andleadership styles.

China Social EconomicSurvey

Teaching Methods:Fieldtrips, case study, assignments

Combined with the courses of ChinaEconomy & Transition, International Trade & Investment and Methodologyof Thesis Writing, students will visit typical villages, cities and enterprisesin China. The course aims to lead students to have a better understanding ofthe related theories they learnt in class and Chinese development mode bysocial economic surveys. The course also helps students to compare thedevelopment situation in China with their countries’ and provide thesismaterials.


In order to ensure the teaching quality,Emerging Markets Institute has selected professors with wealth of experience inteaching and researching as teachers. Each professor well knows emergingmarkets countries conditions and is familiar with China’s developmentexperience. Most of the professors have education background and teachingexperience in world-class universities such as Harvard University, Universityof Chicago, University of Cambridge, Warwick University, Australian NationalUniversity, University of Cologne, Tilburg University, etc. Some of theteachers used to work in the Word Bank, Asian Development Bank, InternationalMonetary Fund and other important international organizations. All of theteachers have rich experience with transnational studies, English languageteaching and International practice.


When atrainee has completed all of the credits with passing grades and passes thethesis defense, Beijing Normal University will grant the trainee a master’sdegree.


Each trainee should write a thesis basedon the course materials, with reference to specific problems in economicdevelopment, mainly focusing on his/her home country. The thesis may be anacademic research paper, a high quality case study or policy analysis. Thecontent of the thesis should demonstrate an ability to apply economic theories,methods and techniques to solve practical problems. The Emerging MarketsInstitute (EMI) will assign teachers to supervise thesis preparation based onthe topic. The thesis must be written at least 15,000 words in English, and thedefense will also be conducted in English.


Respondents need to take thesisevaluation materials and degree evaluation materials from the traininginstitute. Respondents need to download Beijing Normal University Master DegreeThesis Approval Form (1 copy), Thesis Defense Application Form (3 copies),Thesis Defense Record Form (3 copies), Thesis Defense Assessment Form (3copies) and print with A4 paper on double sides. Respondents will be divided togroups and thesis defense will be proceed in English in China


Fall Semester:Registration on September 1, 2018;

Spring Semester:Registration on February 12, 2019.

Graduation: LateJune, 2019.

The trainees are required to pass allcourses and submit a master’s thesis before the end of the program; they alsomust pass a thesis defense.

III. Financial Aid


1)Tuition, textbooks, filed trips, English teaching fee, guidance of thesiswriting;

2)On-campus accommodation;

3) MonthlyStipend (3000RMB/Month);

4) Medicalinsurance;

5)One-time round-trip international air tickets.

TheChinese Ministry of Commerce will provide "Chinese GovernmentScholarships" to admitted students from developing countries. Thesescholarships cover both tuition and living expenses. They also include around-trip international airfare for all the students, and a maximum of 2round-trip international airfares for home visits applicable only to doctoralstudents (one time per year set at the end of an academic year). In terms ofliving expenses, it is 3000RMB/month for the master program. There is also asettlement allowance of 3000RMB/person. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce willonly provide financial aid during the one academic year. Students who delay thegraduation would not get continued financial aid.

If a student expects to have his/herspouse, children, relatives or friends to visit him/her during the stay inBeijing, the visitor will have to bear all the expenses by him/herself.

IV. Application



1) Recommendedby the Chinese Embassy in your country and get the official recommendationletter;

2) Bein compliance with the laws and regulations of the People’s Republic of China(PRC) and the rules of Beijing Normal University, and show proper respect forChinese customs;

3) Beof non-Chinese nationality, holding a valid foreign passport;

4) Holda Bachelor’s degree or above, and be under the age of 45;

5) Havea TOEFL score above 560 (paper-based) or 220 (computer-based), or a new TOEFLscore higher than 85, or IELTS higher than 6.0, or other valid English languageability certificates. Native English speakers, or holders of Bachelor’s degreesfrom institutions where the language of instruction is solely in English, donot need to provide English test scores;

6) Beprofessionals or managers from academic or research institutes, NGO, media andrelated sectors. Priority will be given to applicants with leadership experience;

7) Begovernment officials with rank of division chief, department directors, orsenior level-managers or equivalent or higher rank; and

8) Be healthy, capable of studying, and not carryingdiseases which are classified as “prohibited entry into China” under Chineselaws and regulations. Applicants with infectious disease and severe disability,in major operation recovery period and pregnant women are not suggested toapply the program.


Step 1: Fill inthe electronic version of Application Form of Master of Business Administration(MBA): print it out and sign your name and the date on it. Scan the signedversion.

Step 2: Visitthe website http://studyinchina.csc.edu.cn/#/login, create an account andchoose Type Bto apply for our program (MOFCOM Scholarship).

Notice: Theinstitute no. of Beijing Normal University is 10027, andplease choose “Management” “Business Administration”.The generated CSC number will be used for filling 201 Visa form.

Step 3: After youfinish the preparation for all of the required documents below, please submitthe application package in paper and scanned copy to the Economic andCommercial Counselor’s Office of the Chinese Embassies in your country. Afterthe verification of the Economic and Commercial Counselor’s Office of ChineseEmbassies, you should send the application materials to our officialemail (emi@bnu.edu.cn) by yourself.


Please carefully read the followinginformation and prepare the application materials as required. If theapplication materials are incomplete, the application will not be processed.

Application materials





Recommendation  letter from Chinese Ministry of Commerce

Written request  should be submitted to Chinese Ministry of Commerce in your country to apply  for the recommendation letter. Please also remark whether you accept similar  major transferring to other universities and other requests.




Application form

Fill in all  information in the electronic version of the Master of Business  Administration (MBA) application form (do not manually fill in the  form), print out a paper version of the form, then sign and date it. Attach a  clear passport photo to the form. Please be sure to fill accurate full name,  passport number, date of birth and effective contact information.




Application form for MOFCOM Scholarship

Fill in all  information online, print out a paper version of the form, then sign and date  it. Attach a clear passport photo to the form. Please be sure to fill  accurate full name, passport number, date of birth and effective contact  information.




Graduation and degree certificates

Hold a Bachelor’s  degree or above. Graduation and degree certificates must be originals or  notarized copies, in Chinese or in English.





Official  transcripts must be originals or notarized copies, in Chinese or in English.  Transcripts have to fully cover the study period of study certification.




Personal statement

State your academic  background, work experiences, work achievements, study and research plans in  China, and your career goals after graduation. (No less than 1500 words.)








Letters of recommendation

Two letters of  recommendation from university professors, senior officials in the native  country’s government or senior managers in business.




English proficiency certificate

If your native  language is not English and the language of instruction of your undergraduate  institution is not English, please submit an English proficiency certificate  (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.).




Copies of valid passport

Must be valid  through the expected date of graduation. The passport you hold at the time of  entry to China and matriculation must be the same as these photocopies.





Tworecent clear  passport-size photos should be attached to the application forms.

Recent digital  clear full-face bust bareheaded photo with blue background  should be provided via email.




Physical examination form

Physical  examination form should be issued by local public hospital and within in one  month.



NOTE: Theoriginal application materials must be provided in English or Chinese. If youcannot provide the original materials, you must provide notarized copies,translate into English or Chinese. None of the application materials will bereturned.


Pleasesubmit the required original and scanned application materials to ChineseMinistry of Commerce in your country. The contact information of each ChineseMinistry of Commerce can be found via http://www.china-aibo.cn/.

Written request and above-mentionedmaterials should be submitted to Chinese Ministry of Commerce in your countryto apply for the recommendation letter. Please also remark whether youaccept similar major transferring to other universities and other requests.

After the verification of the Economicand Commercial Counselor’s Office of Chinese Embassies, you should sendthe application materials to our official email (emi@bnu.edu.cn) byyourself. The email and files should be clearly named.

Please collect all the applicationmaterials after the verification and submit them to the university if you areadmitted.


Thedeadline for submitting application materials is June 29, 2018. Any materialsbeyond the deadline will not be accepted.

Letters ofadmission will be sent in late July, 2018.


TheEmerging Markets Institute of Beijing Normal University will check theeligibility of the applicants according to relevant regulations.


Registration/orientation will be inearly September 2018; the specific time will be stated in the admission letter.

V. Contact

MA  Ningzhi


Fax:  +86-10-58804258


URL:  emi.bnu.edu.cn

Mailing  Address:

Room 207,  JingShi Xue Tang

Beijing  Normal University

No 19,  XinJieKouWai Street

Beijing,  China 100875

Working  Time:

Monday-Friday  (except public holidays)

9:00-12:00,  14:00-17:30

Other Instructions

1.All theapplication materials will not be returned whether the applicant is accepted ornot.

2. Noexplanation from Chinese government and the university whether the applicant isaccepted or not.

3. Chinese government won’t affordexpenses caused by students inviting spouse/children /relatives/friends to China.

4.Formalities before you come to Chinawill be stated in admission materials.


ApplicationForm of Master of Business Administration

BeijingNormal University

l 请用英文或中文填写此表/Please complete the form in English or in Chinese.

l 请填好此表后,打印并签上名字和日期/Please fill the form, then print it out and sign on it.

1.基本情况/Personal Information




Passport Name

/Family Name


/Given Name


Chinese Name



已婚/Married□  未婚/Single

护照号码/Passport No.

有效期至/Valid Until ______/ Yr. ___/  Mon./ Day

出生日期 _____________________

Date of BirthYr.     Mon.     Day


Place of Birth:  Country         City


母语/Native Language


Current Employment

所在机构/ Employer







永久通信住址 /Permanent Address

2.教育背景/EducationalBackground(from tertiary education)

2.1 Highest Diploma

Name of School

School Location


Degree Obtained

Years Attended(from/to)

Teaching Language

2.2 Other Diploma, ifapplicable

Name of School

School Location


Degree Obtained

Years  Attended(from/to)

Teaching Language

2.3 Other Diploma, ifapplicable

Name of School

School Location


Degree Obtained

Years  Attended(from/to)

Teaching Language

3.工作经历/Employment Record




Time (from/to)


Work Engaged


Position Held

4.语言能力/Language Proficiency

4.1英语/English:很好/Excellent  □ /Good  □ 较好/Fair  □ /Poor  □ 不会/None  □

4.2 我的英语水平可以用英语学习 /I can be taught in English:是/Yes □    /No □

4.3 可提供的证明英文水平的材料:Documents which can show your English level


5.亲属情况/Family Members



职业/ Occupation









6.曾发表的作品和论文/Publications and Thesis

◆申请人在递送本申请表的同时,请提交以下材料/ Please submit the following documents with the application form

1 照片:三张本人近期护照照片,其中一张粘贴于申请表 /Three recent photos of passport size. One photo should be stuckon the application form.

2 最后学历证明(经公证的复印件)/A formal degree certificate of your highest education (notarizedphotocopy)

3 学习成绩单(原件或经公证的复印件)/ Academic transcript of your highest education (original ornotarized photocopy)

4 个人陈述(英文)/ Personal statement (in English. Please make a detailed statementfrom the perspectives of your academic background, work/research experience andachievements, research proposal, future career plans and intensions, etc.)

5 个人简历(英文)/ CV (in English)

6 两封推荐信(英文或中文原件)/Two letters of recommendation(original in English or in Chinese)

7 护照复印件/One photocopy of your passport

8 英语水平考试成绩单复印件(母语、官方语言和大学授课语言皆非英语的申请人需提供英语水平证明材料,包括托福或雅思考试成绩;GRE考试成绩亦可)/ Photocopies of Englishlanguage proficiency test resultsForapplicants whose native language, official language and instruction media oftertiary education are not English, evidence of English proficiency must bedemonstrated by a minimum TOEFL or IELTS test score; a GRE score is desirablebut not required.

9 体检表/Physical examination form.


The documents provided should be the original documents in Englishor in Chinese; otherwise notarized translations in English or in Chinese arerequired.


All the application materials will not be returned whether theapplicant is accepted or not.


Only applicants recommended by the Embassy of the People’sRepublic of China will be considered and admitted.

◆申请人保证/I hereby affirm that

1)上述各项中所提供的情况和材料是真实无误的;/All the information and materials I provided above are true and  correct;

2)在校学习期间遵守中国的法律法规和学校的规章制度,不从事任何危害中国社会秩序的、与本人来华学习身份不符合的活动。/ I shall abide by Chinese laws, decrees and rules, regulations  of university, and will not participate in any activity in China which is  deemed to be adverse to the social order of China and are inappropriate to  the capacity as a student.



(无申请人签名,申请无效/  The application is invalid without the applicant’s signature.