The Global Education Unit and academic staff from the University has travelled extensively in China delivering lectures and developing their individual understanding of the needs of Chinese students.
As well as the teaching of students the University is now host to a number of visiting Chinese scholars in all manner of disciplines including: Fine Art, Business, Chinese Culture and Calligraphy, and Mandarin.
The significance of the University's relationship was recognised by Hanban (the Chinese Minstry of Education) which granted the University's Lampeter Campus the honour and status of being the first Confucius Institute in Wales.
The success of the Confucius Institute has led to the development of a number of Confucius classrooms throughout South West Wales, whereby the significance of Chinese Culture, history and language has been taken into junior and senior schools thus increasing the childrens' knowledge and understanding of China.
The Global Education Unit and academic staff frequently visit China throughout the year to meet prospective students and work with our academic partners. The university also work with International Student Recruitment Representatives and Recruitment Agents who can assist you in your application process.
Alternatively, you can apply to the university directly, where an allocated international officer will help you through the applications process.
Undergraduate Programmes, applicants must have one of the following:
- Graduation Certificate from a Specialised College / School (Zhongzhuan)
- Chinese University / College Entrance Examination (Gaokao)
- Graduation Certificate (Zhuanke / Dazhuan / Gaozhi) – (may be considered for advanced entry to certain programmes)
- Successful completion of a recognised Foundation programme
Postgraduate Programmes, applicants must have a Bachelor Degree.
School certificates and certified transcripts must accompany your application.