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  • MENG Lingnan

    (Volunteer)

    It is mutual understand and respect that bridges the cultural gap.

  • Mor

    (Volunteer 2014 ISS)

    The difference between Chinese students  and foreign students is not that big.  We all live in one world and the pursuit of  happiness is the consensus. Though  there are differences, they can be  overcome.

  • Jillian Bray

    (student)

    It is amazing to feel by myself the unique Chinese traditional culture here. I like to go to the Temple of Heaven at six or seven AM to watch old people doing traditional morning exercise like dancing, performing Taiji, or swordplay.

Students participating in RUC  ISS should take the RUC admission letter and visa application form (Jw202) to the local Chinese embassy or consulate to get a X2 Visa. Since it will take some time to go through the application procedures, students are advised to check the relevant information in advance.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Please make sure that the validity of the visa can cover the period of RUC ISS. If ISS students need to extend the visa after the end of  ISS, they  should make the extension application at RUC International Student Office in advance.