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    Hi there!

    University of Liverpool offers a variety of study abroad programmes and one of them is the Year in China Programme which I am currently doing.

    I am currently in Suzhou in China where I am studying at the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University and I wanted to share with you my experience.

    If you are interested I made this video of my first week in Suzhou and I am planning to make more on studying and living as a foreign student in China.

    Here is the link to the video on my YouTube http://bit.ly/YearInChina_ep1

    I also use instagram story to post every day so if you're interested just follow me and get in touch with me if you have any questions (@bombo.clat)

    If you like the video please leave like and comment. If you want to support me please subscribe to my channel. It will definitely encourage me to create new videos

    All the best!
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    Hello may I ask how much did your tuition fees for this trip cost? I am interested in this study abroad programme to China and I want to study Medicine at Liverpool and as a medical student I will be eligible for this year abroad. I have done some research and I found that it apparently only cost over £1000, I think this is strangely low for a whole year abroad but since the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University is a project between Liverpool and china, this may actually be the real cost of the tuition fee.However I am still doubtful, when I go onto the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University website, the tutition fee there is around £10,000. I really appreciate your response. Also since this year abroad adds a year onto your normal degree (e.g if your course was originally 3 years it would be 4 with the year in China) would that mean when you return from China, you would be in the year below since everyone who didn't go to China continued with their degree in Liverpool? So you would lose your course mates since they would be the year above you and they'd graduate before you too?
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    (Original post by chelsea1605)
    Hello may I ask how much did your tuition fees for this trip cost? I am interested in this study abroad programme to China and I want to study Medicine at Liverpool and as a medical student I will be eligible for this year abroad. I have done some research and I found that it apparently only cost over £1000, I think this is strangely low for a whole year abroad but since the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University is a project between Liverpool and china, this may actually be the real cost of the tuition fee.However I am still doubtful, when I go onto the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University website, the tutition fee there is around £10,000. I really appreciate your response. Also since this year abroad adds a year onto your normal degree (e.g if your course was originally 3 years it would be 4 with the year in China) would that mean when you return from China, you would be in the year below since everyone who didn't go to China continued with their degree in Liverpool? So you would lose your course mates since they would be the year above you and they'd graduate before you too?


    Hi! I replied to your comment on the YouTube video
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    Thank u so much, haha I was pretty eager to find out which is why I posted it on here as well😂
 
 
 
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