Special note regarding the USD 200 (RMB 1200 yuan when you are in China) deposit: The deposit is transferrable, however it is not refundable if you completely cancel. The deposit amount of USD 200 (RMB 1200 yuan when you are in China) will be deducted from your final month or week of tuition fees.
Special notes regarding the Chinese visa: You need to apply for your Chinese visa at your local Chinese embassy. The local Chinese embassy will require our official invitation letter as evidence for your travel to China. Your local Chinese embassy are the ones who will decide what type and length of visa to issue you with. In our experience students have been granted both tourist visas and the X2 student visas to come and study with us. As mentioned, it is the local embassy who decides what type of visa to finally issue you with and it seems to relate to the length of time you will be spending in China, for example; it is highly unlikely for them to issue you with a X2 student visa if your trip is short. The Harbin Mandarin School does obviously not issue visas.
Paying for your tuition
All we require before you arrive at The Harbin Mandarin School is your USD 200 (RMB 1200 yuan when you are in China) deposit. After you arrive and you’ve had some time to settle in, we will then require payment of your tuition fees. We don’t require the full tuition fees upfront, but we usually prefer to receive one months or weeks tuition at a time and on time. For example we would prefer to have one months tuition costs at the start of that month.
You can pay your deposit and tuition fees in three ways: Western Union, bank transfer or cash. Please click on each point to expand.
Students must complete the application form correctly without any spelling errors and also attach a scanned copy of their passport photo page. Please click here to download our application form.