Visa Supporting Documents:
All visa documents, including the University Admission Notice or School Offer, any required documents for visa application, your invitation letter and other necessary documents will be posted to you once your application has been accepted.
We meet all the participants at the airport and transfer you to the students dorm or hotel that you have selected. We will also take you back to the airport once the course has finished.
Includes a Beijing map, local magazine, course timetable, emergency contact numbers, plus the locations of amenities such as shops, supermarkets and the post office.
Study & Training Materials:
All participants will be given two pairs of training trousers and two SCIC T-shirts, plus two pairs of Feiyue shoes.
Participants will be taken on a brief tour around the campus or study schools and then on a more extensive walking tour of the neighborhood so you can orientate yourself and make the most of local facilities.
Chinese Language Class:
An informal basic Chinese language lesson is arranged for students at the beginning of the course in Beijing. This basic survival guide to Chinese is very useful and important for their stay in China.
Technical Terms in Chinese:
As the most of the Chinese martial arts teachers in Wudang do not speak English, this class is specifically arranged for foreign students to learn martial arts technical terms and sentences, as well as martial arts idioms in Chinese. In this way students can smoothly enter into classes, and understand the basics of the class.
Accommodation in Beijing
Students will stay in a hotel while their are in Beijing. This includes 1 day at the beginning and 1 day at the end of the course.
All participants will be presented with a certificate of the study and training programs attended, which is recognized by the International Wushu Federation.
Tuition Fee for hosting schools:
All the tuition fees of the institute, college or school you select are included in the course.
Accommodation is either a single room, a shared room or hotel room, and the payment for such is included in the course fee. We also provide all the bedding such as pillows, sheets and duvet or blanket in your room.
Meals at Hosting Schools
All schools provide three Chinese meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. Around 6 to 8 students per table and 6 and 8 dishes per meal.
Private transportation from the hotel you stay for the arrival day to train station, a soft sleeper train ticket from Beijing to Shiyang, private transportation from Shiyang to Wudang Mt (host school). Private Transportation from School to the train station, train ticket to Beijing, Private Transportation from the train station to hotel, and transportation from the hotel to the airport.
Taxes & Services:
All taxes involved are covered in the course fee. Other services we provide include assisting our students on opening a bank account and providing useful local information while you study and train in China.
Donation for SCIC Sports Fund Program:
There is a $5 donation from all course study fees to the SCIC Sports Fund. This means everyone provides a small contribution to our Sport Fund program, helping to raise money and awareness for children and senior citizens living in poverty, and to enable them to participate in more sporting and healthy activities in Yunnan Province.
Beijing Sightseeings & Local Activties: (Additional Costs)
Specially arranged Beijing tours can be arranged in the first three days upon arrival or at the end of the course in Beijing, this provides an opportunity for kung fu students to discover Beijing's major historical and cultural attractions, including the Great Wall, Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven, Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City. Admission, transportation and English speaking guides are provided at no extra cost. Local activities such as Peking Duck Banquet, Peking Opera, Martial Arts Shows, Acrobatics Shows, Tea House and Hot pot Experience can also be arranged. Please contact us for more information.