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Tuition and Scholarships

1. Tuition fee:50,000 yuan per academic year and two-year programme in total 100,000 yuan for international students.

All students must pay the tuition fee of 50,000 yuan at the time of registration of each academic year.

2. Accommodation Fee: Depends on accommodation condition.

3. Application Fee: RMB 800 yuan

The application fee is only accepted for bank transfers to CUPL’s account. The Chinese yuan can be accepted only.Please note that the application fee is not refundable.

Account holder: China University of Political Science and Law

Account number: 020000 2909 088 104 759

Name of bank: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Beijing Municipal branch, Xijiekou Sub-branch

Address of Bank: No. 143 Xizhimennei Street, Xicheng District, Beijing , China, 100035

Swift Code: ICBKCNBJBJM Bank number:1021 0000 0290

Bank transfers must be accompanied by "CESL’s International Master of Chinese Law” Application Fee + Applicant's passport name"

4. Scholarships

Applicants may apply for a scholarship with the China Scholarship Council (deadline 15 January 2024). Please find more information here: http://sis.cupl.edu.cn/info/1069/2888.htm

Scholarship application: http://sis.cupl.edu.cn/info/1069/2883.htm

Students from CESL’s European partner universities will be awarded scholarship of RMB 37,000 yuan to cover tuition fees.

5. Living Expenses

International students will be provided accommodation in the dormitory at the International Exchange Centre at CUPL’s Changping Campus. A standard room is shared by four students. It costs approximately RMB 5250 per person per academic year. Students who wish to live in the dorm have to indicate this to the CESL office. Students can also live in an apartment close to campus. A small apartment with two rooms costs approximately 5000 yuan per month which could be shared by two persons. A shopping centre, banks, a post office, hotels and restaurants are all within walking distance of campus. For living expenses – food, books, medical insurance, transportation, social activities, etc. – international students usually spend about RMB 3,000 per month.

When students are deciding what to bring to the university dormitory, keep in mind that:

It is easier to buy some items after arriving, rather than having them shipped from home.

It’s often a good idea to wait to buy certain items until moving in when students are aware of the facilities.

Usually the bedding is needed, including a pillow and pillow cases, bed pad, sheets and a blanket or comforter.