As of my last knowledge update in January 2023, the visa requirements for Bangladeshi students applying to study in China generally include the following:
1. Admission Letter from a Chinese Institution:** You must first apply and be accepted by a Chinese university or educational institution recognized by the Chinese government. Once accepted, you’ll receive an official admission letter.
2. Visa Application Form (JW201 or JW202 Form):** After obtaining the admission letter, the university will provide you with a JW201 or JW202 form. This form is necessary to apply for a student visa.
3. Passport: Your passport must have at least six months’ validity and blank pages for visa stamping.
4. Photographs: Recent passport-sized photographs meeting Chinese visa requirements.
5. Medical Examination Report: Sometimes, a medical examination report is required to ensure that the student does not have any contagious diseases.
6. Proof of Sufficient Funds: You may need to show evidence of financial support to cover your living expenses and tuition fees while studying in China.
7. Police Clearance Certificate: A police clearance certificate might be required to verify that you have no criminal record.
8. Visa Application Fee: The fee for a student visa application, may vary based on the type and duration of the visa.
Please note that visa requirements might vary or change over time, so it’s essential to contact the Chinese embassy or consulate in Bangladesh or visit their official website for the most up-to-date and specific information. They will provide accurate and current guidelines for obtaining a student visa for China. Additionally, the process could be different due to any changes in bilateral agreements between the countries or changes in immigration policies.
Always ensure that you start your visa application process well in advance to allow for any unexpected delays or additional requirements.
As of my last update, this information is accurate, but it’s highly recommended to verify the current visa requirements and procedures through official channels, such as the Chinese embassy or consulate in Bangladesh.