Why Do You Prefer China

WHY TO CHINA FOR EDUCATION

  • World Class Educations in English Medium and Chinese Medium.
  • All Universities are approved and monitored by China Central Government’s Ministry of Education.
  • Highest number of scholarships offered every year than any other country of the world.
  • Affordable Tuition Fees, which is very close to private university of our country.
  • More than half a million international students are enrolled every year.
  • Similar to our cultural heritage and respect of multi-cultural communities.
  • Very near to our Country.
  • Best environment for education and living facilities at the selected University Campuses.
  • Available scholarships for the talents.
  • At the end of study, student can work in China with 10 years Permanent Resident status.

In 2006, China embarked upon an ambitious 15-year Plan1 to raise R&D expenditure to 2.5% of GDP, identifying energy, water resources, and environmental protection as research priorities. As part of this plan, investment in human resources is emphasized. China has become a higher education powerhouse, turning out more Ph.D. graduates than the UK annually since 2002 and closing on the US. Perhaps a more immediate indicator of the scientific might of China is the size of the Chinese R&D workforce, which by 2007 already stood at 1.2 million people, exceeding that of the entire EU-27 grouping and poised to overtake the US. China may well already have surpassed the US in both of these key input metrics, but especially in number of researchers.

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Energy World NO. 1 Electricity Installed Gross Capacity Up to September, 2015, 6MW above generators installed gross capacity is 1385 million KW. World No. 1 Power Electric Energy Production The annual electric energy production outcome of 2016 in China is 614.25 billion KW. Non-hydrocarbon energy power generating rate increased greatly. Hydropower, wind power and solar power installed gross capacity are all NO. 1 in the world.

Engineering China and United States pacing each other for supercomputing supremacy. Both nations now claim 171 systems apiece in the latest rankings, accounting for two-thirds of the list. However, China has maintained its dominance at the top of the list with the same number 1 and 2 systems: Sunway TaihuLight, at 93 petaflops, and Tianhe-2, at 34 petaflops.

87 out of 100 highest bridges in the world are located in China and constructed by Chinese companies. 8 out of 10 highest bridges in the world are located in China and constructed by Chinese companies.

Medical: In 2012 China’s total spending on research and development was one trillion yuan ($164 billion), just under 2% of its gross domestic product. The same year, the U.S. spent $447 billion, or 2.8% of its GDP. But as China’s economy continues to grow rapidly, so does its R&D spending — and it’s projected to overtake that of the United States by 2022.

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