Good health both physically and mentally.
Outstanding academic performance and potential.
Bachelor's degree for master program applicants.
All international applicants for admission to any SJTU program taught in Chinese must provide evidence that their Chinese language ability meets the minimum requirements for admission. Besides, for most graduate programs in science and engineering, similar English requirement as English taught programs applies. Being born in a Chinese-speaking country doesn’t automatically pass you for Chinese proficiency. You will be deemed to have satisfied the Chinese language requirements if you can provide evidence that you meet one or more of the following criteria:
i) Chinese Proficiency Tests (HSK)
ii) Prior study in the medium of Chinese
a) Chinese Proficiency Tests
b) Prior study in the medium of Chinese
Senior Secondary Studies
If you have successfully completed an assessable Senior Secondary qualification from China (including Taiwan province, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR), or Chinese schools in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, you do not have to prove proficiency in Chinese provided the qualification was:
i) taught and examined in Chinese;
ii) completed no more than five years prior to the commencement of the program at SJTU. Post Secondary or Tertiary Studies If you have successfully completed full-time study in an assessable qualification at a recognized university where the major language of instruction and assessment was Chinese, you may not be required to undertake a language test if you can provide a statement or certificate issued by the Registrar (or equivalent) confirming:
i) At least one year of full-time study;
ii) The study must have been completed no more than two years prior to the commencement of the program at SJTU.
iii) The statement or certificate must be on official headed paper, and must be the original document.