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  • PRC Study Student Demographics
    - Ages
    - Programs Studied
    - Nationalities
  • Growing Importance of Mandarin Chinese Worldwide
PRC Study Student Demographics

Students from the world's five continents between the ages 10 to 70 have participated in PRC Study Programs in China. PRC Study offers a multicultural environment, providing excellent opportunities to make new friends, not only from China, but from all over the world.

PRC Study students have come from 40 different countries including, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, and more!

Below are student demographics of students who have studied with us at PRC Study for year 2006.

PRC Study Students By Categories 2006

  • Ages: from 10 to 70 years old
  • Categories: Kids, Students, Adults, Business Executives, Seniors
  • Origin: North American, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific (including Australia), Middle East/Africa
  • Purpose of Study:
    - Learn Chinese
    - China Business
    - Cultural Heritage
    - Leisure
    - Martial Arts
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PRC Study Students By Nationality 2006

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PRC Study Students By Program Studied 2006

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Remarks: Technically, every one of our program participant studies Mandarin Chinese, but students may choose add-on components, such as China Business Program, Internship, HSK, Martial Arts, etc.

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The Growing Importance of Mandarin Chinese Worldwide

Some Facts

  • Nearly a billion people speak Mandarin Chinese (double the amount of people speaking English)
  • Estimated 30 million outside of China are studying Chinese
  • About 2500 universities and colleges in more than 100 countries have established Chinese language programs
  • Number of foreign students in China increase by 20% a year
Main reasons for studying in China:
  • Economic growth
  • Future job opportunities
  • International influence
  • Social stability
  • Relatively low cost of living
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  • Current 20 percent average annual growth rate in foreign student enrollments.
  • In 2004, there were 103,361 foreign students studying in China; in 2005, there were 141,087 foreign students in China, an increase of 36.5%.
  • China recruited more than 140,000 foreign college students from over 190 countries in 2005.
     (Xinhua News)
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