The status of "exchange student” is defined as a student whose home institution has formal agreement of academic exchange with Peking University. Independent students from other universities studying at PKU will have the status of "international students” and might be subject to different application requirements, academic regulations and arrangements. You must have a non-Chinese passport to qualify as an exchange or international student. You can inquire of your home university and the Office of International Relations of Peking University about any existing exchange programs between your university and PKU. Information specific to “international students” may be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
You should send your application material to the Office of Exchange Programs of your home university for first-round screening. Then your home university will send the applications of selected students to Peking University. Please do not send your application directly to Peking University.
1.Request information on admission requirements of exchange programs from the Exchange Program Office of your home university. The Exchange Program contact persons at Peking University are as followings:
Division for Exchange Programs
Office of International Relations
Nan Ge Building
Peking University, 100871 CHINA
2.Fill out all application forms (in Chinese or English) carefully. Send your completed application and all required documents to the Exchange Program Office of your home university, not to Peking University. The Exchange Program Office of your home university will then send your application to Peking University. Admitted students who will be studying at Peking University for more than six months will need to have a physical examination. You should also apply for a student visa to China at your local Chinese Consulate as soon as you have accepted admission offer from Peking University. Finally, you should arrive at Peking University and register at the time designated by your letter of acceptance.