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Master’s Degree Programs

  1. Age limit: 18 to 55, foreign citizens in good health

  2. Bachelor Degree or higher education level

2.Required Documents
  1. Download and fill out《 延边大学来华留学申请表》(YBU international students application form for admission)

  2. Copy of certificate of highest academic degree or original copy, graduating students can provide expected graduation certificate

  3. Original copy of transcripts of highest academic degree

  4. Copy of New HSK5Certificate or YBU Chinese test certificate

  5. Study Plan

  6. Two recommendation letters from professors

  7. Copy of Passport and the household registration book

  8. 6 personal photos (passport photo-sized)

*Students who submit copy of highest academic degree certificate must take the original copy of certificate. All the application materials will not be returned
3.Master’s degree program(Duration 3 years)
*marked specialties are popular among foreign students
First Level Disciplines Second Level Disciplines First Level Disciplines Second Level Disciplines
Philosophy Chinese philosophy Geography Physical Geography
Foreign Philosophy Human Geography
Theoretical Economics Western Economics Cartography and Geographic Information Systems
World Economy Biology Physiology
Population, Resource and Environmental Economics Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Law Constitution and Administrative Law Mechanical Engineering Machinery Design and Theory
Criminal Law Computer Science and Technology Applied Computer Technology
Civil Law and Commercial Law Civil Engineering Structural Engineering
Science of Procedure Laws Crop Science Arable Farming and Cultivation
Economic Law Crop Genetic Breeding
Political International Political Gardening Pomology
Ethnology Ethnology Olericulture
Economies of Chinese Minority Ethnicities Animal Science Animal Genetic Breeding and Reproduction
Chinese Ethnic History Animal Nutrition and Forage Science
Chinese Ethnic Arts Science of Raising Special Economic Animals
Marxist Ethnic Theory and Policy Veterinary Medicine Basic Veterinary Medicine
Education Science Educational Principle Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Curriculum and Teaching Methodology Basic Medicine Human Anatomy Histology and Embryology
Comparative Education Immunology
Educational Technology Pathogenic Organisms
Physical Education Humane and Sociological Science of Sports Pathology and Pathophysiology
Theory of Sports Pedagogy and Training Forensic Medicine
Science of Ethnic Traditional Sports Clinical Medicine Internal Medicine
Chinese Language and Literature Theory of Literature and Art Pediatrics
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Otolaryngology
Chinese Language and Characters Imaging and Nuclear Medicine
Ancient Chinese Literature Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics
Ancient Chinese Philology Surgery
Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature Gynaecology
Comparative Literature and World Literature Ophthalmology
Foreign Language and Literature English Language and Literature Oncology
Russian Language and Literature Anesthesiology
Japanese Language and Literature Emergency Medicine
Asian-African Languages and Literatures Marxist theory Ideological and Political Education
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in Foreign Languages Study on the Basic Problems of Modern China History

Basic Principles of Marxism

Marxism-Sinicization Research

Nursing Nursing

Public Health and Preventive Medicine Hygienic Toxicology

Combined Traditional Chinese and Western Clinical Medicine Combined Traditional Chinese and Western Clinical Medicine
Chinese History Specialized History Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Chemistry
World History World History Pharmaceutics
Mathematics Basic Mathematics Bio-Pharmacy
Physics Theoretical Physics Pharmaceutical Analysis
Condensed Matter Physics Pharmacology
Optics Business Administration Accounting
Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Enterprise Management
Organic Chemistry Tourism Management
Physical Chemistry Technology Economics and Management
Polymeric Chemistry and Physics Fine Arts Fine Arts
Musicology and Dancing Arts Musicology and Dancing Arts Artistic Design
  1. First Semester (Fall Semester) from early September to late December or early January

  2. Second Semester (Spring Semester) from early March to late June or early July

5.Registration Period
  1. Register at Foreign Students Office in the end of August. Classes will start in early September (please refer to academic calendar)

  2. Applicants should consult Foreign Students Office 2 months in advance if admitted in March semester