XJTLU makes China accessible for international exchange students no matter your study interest. With curriculum all taught in English, study areas include sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics, architecture and design, communications, media, business, humanities and social sciences – all combined with Chinese language and in-depth study of China, taught by some of Asia’s foremost experts.
You’ll have the opportunity to explore China’s vast and varied landscapes, ancient cultures and dynamic economic development from a prime location in the heart of China’s booming eastern corridor.
Study in English and learn Chinese. With both languages you are globally mobile and highly employable.
China represents a world of ideas and values built on one of the world’s oldest cultures. You’ll gain a new perspective on your own life and of those around you.
Studying abroad is fun! You’ll have new experiences and make friendships in China and with people from across the globe that will last a lifetime.
Develop an understanding of the world’s second largest economy and largest consumer market.
Blending one of Asia’s leading research and innovation hubs, a quirky old town with canals and willow-filled lanes, and a glitzy new town, Suzhou is a curious mix of the ancient and the hypermodern. Connected by bullet train to the centre of Shanghai and Beijing you will have a chance to experience the pulsing heart of east Asia.
Students from one of our partner institutions listed below can apply for one semester or one academic year as an exchange student. Please contact the study abroad office at your university for more information about the opportunities available.
|University of Guelph
|University of Ontario Institute of Technology|
|University of Ottawa|
|University of Waterloo|
|University of Windsor|
|The University of Calgary|
|Simon Fraser University|
|France||Emlyon Business School|
|NEOMA business school|
|School of Digital Innovation (Epitech)|
|EM Normandie Business School|
|University of Strasbourg|
|Greece||Aristotle University of Thessaloniki|
|ALBA Graduate Business School, the American College of Greece|
|Indonesia||University of Indonesia|
|Ireland||Trinity College Dublin|
|Italy||Politecnico di Torino|
|Ca’ Foscari University of Venice|
|University of Bergamo|
|University of Siena|
|South Korea||Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)|
|University of Seoul|
|Utah University Asia Campus|
|Mexico||University of Guadalajara|
|The Nethlands||Hague University of Applied Sciences|
|University of Groningen|
|University College Utrecht|
|Eindhoven University of Technology|
|Norway||BI Norwegian Business School|
|Poland||The AGH University of Science and Technology|
|UK||University of Leeds|
|University of Liverpool|
|University of Stirling|
|USA||University of Texas at Dallas|
|Belgium||Artevelde University of Applied Sciences Ghent|
|Thomas More University of Applied Sciences|
|Russia||Higher School of Economics|
|University of New South Wales|
|University of Technology Sydney|
|University of Wollongong|
|Czech Republic||Masaryk University|
|University of Economics (VSE)|
|Bangladesh||Daffodil International University|
|Finland||University of Turku|
|Abo Akademi University (AAU)|
|Turkey||Middle East Technical University (METU)|
|Japan||Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU)|
|University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific (UMAP)|
|Spain||University of Technology, Arts & Design (U-TAD)|
|IQS School of Management, Ramon Llull University|
Students normally study 20 credits per semester. Choose your modules (also known as classes or courses at other universities) in order of preference when you submit your selections to XJTLU. Please look at our module catalogue and specifications. Your module selections should be approved by your home university before you submit them to XJTLU. An exchange student can study a maximum of one Chinese Language module (CLT module) per semester. Physical Education (PHE) modules are not available for exchange students.
You should apply for more modules than you need (we strongly recommend 40 credits per semester), in case we are unable to confirm your first choice because of timetabling clashes and/or module changes.
The first number in the module code refers to the undergraduate level at XJTLU (0, 1, 2, and 3). Undergraduate degree courses at XJTLU are four years with general education covered in level zero. Degree-specific content is taught at levels one, two and three according to the typical three-year model in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
|XJTLU||England, Wales and Northern Ireland||China|
|Level 1||Year 1||Year 2|
|Level 2||Year 2||Year 3|
|Level 3||Year 3||Year 4|
Note: The first number for masters module codes is four. The first number for non-credit-bearing modules is nine. Level 0 modules are not available for exchange students. Masters modules are not available for undergraduate students.
Exchange students should apply through their home institution’s study abroad office. The home university will then nominate students to XJTLU. After receiving the list of nominated students, XJTLU will invite each student to complete an application form. An example of application deadline is listed:
Deadlines for autumn semester start
Deadlines for spring semester start
Once exchange students have accepted the offer letter, the original copy of JW202 Form and Admissions Notice will be posted to the Study Abroad Office at your home institution. With these documents, you will be able to apply for a China student visa (X visa) at your local embassy/consulate.
For more information on the visa application process.
Once exchange students have accepted the offer letters, the XJTLU Global team will book accommodation for students.
Exchange students pay tuition fees as normal to their home institution.
Exchange students should first contact their university’s study abroad office. Additional questions can be addressed to the XJTLU Study Abroad Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.