obtain the approval of the school authorities. They must observe the rules and regulations of their schools in this connection.
C. Foreign students on Chinese government scholarships may join trips organized by schools during winter and summer vacations; every other year, the school will bear a portion of the expense for their travel and lodging. The schools will likewise pay parts of the expense for those scholarship students who are pursuing advanced studies for at least one academic year but less than two.
All self-supporting students and scholarship students who are pursuing advanced studies for less than one academic year may join these tours at their own expense.
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Appendix D: General Guidelines for Direct Application to a Chinese College or University as a Self-Sponsored Student and Excerpts from 'Regulations Concerning the Admission of Foreign Students in Chinese Schools' ."
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