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As I continue to write and edit, I rediscover my love for language. To entertain, to explain, to be
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expression, and I mean to climb it.
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Personally, I know I am educated as long as I remain tenaciously determined to understanding the
world and to maintaining an open mind. Of course, this goal of remaining educated will lead me to
Harvard next year and to a doctorate in physics in another university. However, these are just
signs of an educated person. To be truly educated, I must be committed to learning my entire life
and to making new discoveries in science, whether or not they contradict accepted theory.
Education cannot be measured by the number of degrees a person has earned. Instead, education is
a mind set that must last one's entire life. If, at the moment of my death, I am still dedicated to
grasping misunderstood concepts, I can say that I am truly educated, as Einstein, Rutherford, and
Galileo were before me.
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phenomena, I realized that I must begin with knowledge that may be uninteresting by itself.
However, this knowledge will form the foundation of an accurate view of the universe. Much like
every step while hiking leads the hiker nearer the mountain peak; all knowledge leads the scientist
nearer total understanding.
Above tree line, the barrenness and silence of the hike taught me that individuals must have their
own direction. All hikers know that they must carry complete maps to reach their destinations;
they do not allow others to hold their maps for them. Similarly, surrounded only by mountaintops,
sky, and silence, I recognized the need to remain individually focused on my lifes goal of
understanding the physical universe.
At the summit, the view of the surrounding mountain range is spectacular. The panorama offers
view of hills and smaller mountains. Some people during their lives climb many small hills.
However, to have the most accurate view of the world, I must be dedicated to climbing the biggest
mountains I can find. Too often people simply hike across a flat valley without ascending because
they content themselves with the scenery. The mountain showed me that cannot content myself
with the scenery. When night fell upon the summit, I stared at the slowly appearing stars until they
completely filled the night sky. Despite the windy conditions and below freezing temperatures, I
could not tear myself away from the awe-inspiring beauty of the cosmos. Similarly, despite the
frustration and difficulties inherent in scientific study, I cannot retreat from my goal of universal
understanding.
When observing Saturn's rising, the Milky Way Cloud, and the Perseid meteor shower, I
simultaneously felt a great sense of insignificance and purpose. Obviously, earthly concerns are
insignificant to the rest of the universe. However, I experienced the overriding need to understand
the origins and causes of these phenomena. The hike also strengthened my resolve to climb the
mountain of knowledge while still taking time to gaze at the wondrous scenery. Only then can the
beauty of the universe and the study of science be purposefully united. Attaining this union is my
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Recommendation Letter 1 :
To Whom This May Concern,
It is my pleasure to recommend Ms. ABC as a worthy candidate for admission to your
well-esteemed East Asian studies/sociology program and application for related financial aid.

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I get to know ABC more than one year ago while she was taking Taiwan Literature Studies, which
I taught. Since this sphere of knowledge is not as familiar to our students as mainland literature
and thus required a basic and sound mastery of general literature, it was designed for seniors who
take a special interest and are willing to make extra efforts to study it. ABCs excellent
performance both in and after class made me quite satisfied with her. In that semester with more
than eighty students taking the course, it was after only a few classes that I began to notice her;
because nearly every class she sat in front rows whose seats would be occupied only if the student
was one of those arrived early. Each time I faced her I could see what a teacher desires most from
her students: enthusiasm, concentration and timely feedback resulting from active thinking while
listening to me.
And what impressed me is ABCs initiative in learning her chosen field. There is a Documentary
Center for Taiwan Research in our university library, which contains abundant collections and
holds seminars nonscheduledly. ABC must have spent much time there ever since she registered
my course. I came across her there several times and understood the reason she could frequently
visited me with her novel ideas and questions worth of discussing.
In the final paper ABC worked on a well-chosen topic about the gender consciousness in Taiwan
literature. I was satisfied that she could review the literatures in the reading list critically and was
always willing to exchange her thoughts with me during the process of paper-writing. So I was not
at the least surprised when I saw her convincing arguments in the end.
Through further contacts with her, I found ABC takes a positive attitude towards research, for she
perseveres and manages to ask questions that intrigue her and then try to search for answers.
On the whole, ABCs initiative, critical ideas and seriousness to academic studies provide her with
a solid foundation for her future research work. I must say that she is one of those students with
the strongest motivation and one of the most promising to do doctoral work. Now she takes
sociology as a more challenging field and desires to pursue studies and devotes to new intellectual
adventure in it. I respect her decision and support her choice of your Ph.D. program. In a field
other than her undergraduate major I still believe she will make an excellent student and assistant
and I would appreciate your favorable considerations to her application.
Should you have further questions about her, please feel free to write to me.
Faithfully yours,

(Name of the Professor)


Professor of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature
Peking University
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To Whom This May Concern,


It is my pleasure to recommend Ms. ABC as a worthy candidate for admission to your
well-esteemed East Asian studies/sociology program and application for related financial aid.
I got to know ABC more than one year ago while she was taking Taiwan Literature Studies, which
was taught by me. Since this sphere of knowledge is not so familiar to our students as mainland
literature and thus requires a basic and sound mastery of general literature, it is designed for
seniors who have a special interest and are willing to make extra efforts to study it(delete). ABCs
excellent performance both in and out of class made me quite satisfied with her. During that
semester, with(delete) more than eighty students taking the course, and only after a few classes I
began to pay special attention to her, because nearly on every class she sat in front rows whose
seats would be occupied only if the student was one of those arrived early(delete the whole
sentence). Each time I faced her I could see what a teacher desires most from her students:
enthusiasm, concentration and manner of active thinking while listening to me(delete the whole
entence).
What impressed me most is ABCs initiative in learning her chosen field. There is a Documents
Center for Taiwan Research in our university library, which contains abundant collections and
holds seminars nonscheduledly(delete). ABC must have spent much time there ever since she
registered my course. I came across her there several times and understood the reason she could
frequently visited me with her novel ideas and questions worthy of discussing.
In the final paper ABC worked on a well-chosen topic about the gender consciousness in Taiwan
literature. I was satisfied that she could review the literatures in the reading list critically and was
always willing to exchange her thoughts with me during the process of writing the paper. So I was
not at the least surprised when I saw her convincing arguments in the end.
Through further contact with her, I find ABC takes an active attitude towards research, for she
perseveres and manages to ask questions that intrigue her and then tries to search for answers.
On the whole, ABCs initiative, critical ideas and seriousness to academic studies provide her with
a solid foundation for her future research work. I must say that she is one of the students with the
strongest motivation and one of the most promising to do doctoral work. Now she takes sociology
which is a more challenging field and desires to pursue studies and devotes to new intellectual
adventure in it. I respect her decision and support her choosing of your Ph.D. program. In the field
other than her undergraduate major I still believe she will be an excellent student and assistant and
I would appreciate your favorable consideration of her application.
Should you have further questions about her, please feel free to contact me.
Faithfully yours,

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(Name of the Professor)


Professor of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature
Peking University

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Recommendation Letter 2
Dear Sir/Madam,
As the former teacher and advisor of Ms. ABC, I feel entitled and am glad to write this letter
as her reference for application to your Ph.D. program.
In the fall of 2000, ABC attended my class on Qu Verse in Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Later, she audited another course on the Folk Culture of Yuan Dynasty. In both classes, ABC made
a deep impression on my mind. I found her attentive in listening and active in participating in class
discussions. After classes, she also worked diligently, reading not only the assignments I gave, but
also other reference books concerning the authors an works we were to deal with. This enabled her
to be better prepared than her fellow students and could put forward ingenious and well-thought
ideas in free discussions.
I would like to particularly point out one case ABC impressed me deeply. For the course Qu
Verse in Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, as was mentioned above, I assigned a reading report as
the final examination. When most of the students were laboring through writing the report, ABC
took the initiative to submit two papers, one dealing with the common characteristics and
differences of Qu Vers in different dynasties and concluding to the development trend; the other
focusing on a specific Qu Verse master in Qing dynasty. Both were written well an reflected her
talent in literary thinking as well as her painstaking efforts. Therefore, while the majority of the
attendants receive scores ranging from 65 to 80, I graded her a high score of 88 for this course.
Moreover, ABC possesses an agreeable and stimulating character. She is hardworking,
intelligent, mature in thought and popular with her teachers and fellow students. Besides academic
acquisition from regular courses, she made efforts to explore research opportunities and was active

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in quite a lot of departmental as well as university-level extracurricular activities. For example,


from my colleague Prof. Chen Lianshan who led this summers folklore fieldwork, I learnt that
ABC did a very good job out of 29 students and assisted him in collecting a great deal of
first-hand ballad materials with high research value. In addition, to my knowledge, ABC once
acted as the assistant secretary of SICA (Students International Communication Association) in
Peking University. This is a renowned student club among universities and colleges in Beijing.
Every three weeks she organized and chaired a forum between PKU students and foreign scholars,
exchange students as well as friends. Even when she was under great pressure of both academic
work and social activities, she was able to maintain her easy-going nature and optimism.
Because of her outstanding performance shown in SICA, she was elected as a student assistant in
PKU Division of International Cooperation to work for three months. Im sure all these experience
enriched and benefited her a lot. Compared with her peers, ABC gained a wider mind and
sharpened her organizational, communicational and interpersonal skills. She is a student
determined to do what she aims at, keeping her energy level high an always trying her best. Due to
her exceptional overall performance and strong drive throughout the undergraduate studies, she is
recommended as one of the only three students to enter the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the
whole Chinese department this year.
Now ABC told me about her thoughts of studying abroad and pursuing advanced studies in
your university. I would like to support her and recommend her to you because I believe if
admitted, she will also excel herself in your program. I have no doubt that your admission and
financial assistance to Ms. ABC will be much appreciated and rewarded, and please feel free to
contact me if necessary.
Sincerely,

(Name of the Professor)


Professor of Peking University
Recommendation Letter 2
Dear Sir/Madam,
As the former teacher and advisor of Ms. ABC, I feel entitled and am glad to write this letter as
her reference for application to your Ph.D. program.
In the fall of 2000, ABC attended my class on Qu Verse in Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. Later,
she audited another course on the Folk Culture of Yuan Dynasty. In both classes, ABC made a
deep impression on my mind. I found her attentive in listening and active in participating in class
discussions. After classes, she also worked diligently, reading not only the assignments I gave, but
also other reference books concerning the authors works we were to deal with. This enabled her
to be better prepared than her fellow students and could put forward ingenious and well-thought
ideas in free discussions.

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I would like to particularly point out one case ABC impressed me deeply. For the course Qu Verse
in Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, as was mentioned above, I assigned a reading report as the
final examination. When most of the students were laboring through writing the report, ABC took
the initiative to submit two papers, one dealing with the common characteristics and differences of
Qu Vers in different dynasties and concluding to the development trend; the other focusing on a
specific Qu Verse master in Qing dynasty. Both were written well an reflected her talent in literary
thinking as well as her painstaking efforts. Therefore, while the majority of the attendants received
scores ranging from 65 to 80; I graded her a(delete) high score of 88 for this course.
Moreover, ABC possesses an agreeable and stimulating character. She is hardworking, intelligent,
mature in thought and popular with her teachers and fellow students. Besides academic acquisition
from regular courses, she made efforts to explore research opportunities and was active in quite a
lot of departmental as well as university-level extracurricular activities. For example, from my
colleague Prof. DEF who led this summers folklore fieldwork, I learned that ABC did a very
good job out of 29 students and assisted him in collecting a great deal of first-hand ballad
materials with high research value. In addition, to my knowledge, ABC once acted as the assistant
secretary of SICA (Students International Communication Association) in Peking University. This
is a renowned student club among universities and colleges in Beijing.(delete the whole sentence)
Every three weeks she organized and chaired a forum between PKU students and foreign scholars,
exchange students as well as friends(delete, ). Even when she was under
great pressure of both academic work and social activities, she was able to maintain her
easy-going nature and optimism. Because of her outstanding performance shown in SICA, she
was elected as a student assistant in PKU Division of International Cooperation to work for three
months. Im sure all these experiences enriched and benefited her a lot. Compared with her peers,
ABC gained a wider mind and sharpened her organizational, communicational and interpersonal
skills. She is a student determined to do what she aims at, keeping her energy level high an always
trying her best. Due to her exceptional overall performance and strong drive throughout the
undergraduate studies, she is recommended as one of the only three students to enter the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs in the whole Chinese department this year.
Now ABC told me about her thoughts of studying abroad and pursuing advanced studies in your
university.(delete, it is of no need) I would like to support her and recommend her to you because I
believe if admitted, she will also excel herself in your program. I have no doubt that your
admission and financial assistance to Ms. ABC will be much appreciated and rewarded, and please
feel free to contact me if necessary.
Sincerely,

(Name of the Professor)


Professor of Peking University

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1Scholastic aptitude
a Native intellectual ability
b Imagination
c Creativity
d Capacity for analytical thinking
e Intellectual curiosity; spirit of inquiry
f Ability to work independently
g Memory
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j Capability for abstract reasoning
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1 Potential as a teacher
m Ability to express his ideas orally and in writing
n Capacity, desire and determination for good quality graduate work

o Probable success as a graduate student


2Academic performance
a Breadth of general knowledge
b Knowledge of literature in his field
c Grade or achievement
d Industry, diligence
e Participation in discussion
f Academic maturity
3Languages
a Ability to speak, understand, read and write the English language

b Ability to read significant literature in other languages than English

4Character
a Honesty; integrity
b Sincerity
c Sense of responsibility
d Cooperation
e Enthusiasm
f Conscientiousness
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Any and all letters are considered in our decisions.


But I will say that we have the view that most recommendation letters from China are written by
the students and signed by the professors. We see the huge number of letters that these
professors must write, and think it impractical for a professor to write so many letters. We end
up looking more at the research aptitude and credentials of the students than the recommendation
letters.

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Research Proposal Study Plan Study Plan


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How to write a research proposal


When you are applying for a research degree, like the PhD, you will very probably have to write a
research proposal as a part of your application file. A PhD is awarded mainly as the result of your
making a genuine contribution to the state of knowledge in a field of your choice. Even though
this is not the Nobel Prize yet, getting the degree means you have added something to what has
previously been known on the subject you have researched. But first you have to prove you are
capable of making such a contribution, and therefore write a research proposal that meets certain
standards. The goal of a research proposal (RP) is to present and justify a research idea you have
and to present the practical ways in which you think this research should be conducted.
When you are writing a RP, keep in mind that it will enter a competition, being read in line with
quite a few other RPs. You have to come up with a document that has an impact upon the reader:
write clearly and well structured so that your message gets across easily. Basically, your RP has to
answer three big questions: what research project will you undertake, why is important to know

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that thing and how will you proceed to make that research.
In order to draw the researcher's attention upon your paper, write an introduction with impact, and
that leads to the formulation of your hypothesis. The research hypothesis has to be specific,
concise (one phrase) and to lead to the advancement of the knowledge in the field in some way.
Writing the hypothesis in a concise manner and, first, coming up with a good hypothesis is a
difficult mission. This is actually the core of your application: you're going to a university to do
this very piece of research. Compared to this, the rest of the application is background scenery.
Take your time to think of it. When you have an idea, be careful at the formulation. A well-written
hypothesis is something of an essay's thesis: it provides a statement that can be tested (argues
ahead one of the possible answers to a problem), it is an idea, a concept, and not a mere fact, and
is summed up in one phrase. In some cases, you will have no idea what the possible answer to a
problem worth being researched is, but you will be able to think of a way to solve that problem,
and find out the answer in the meantime. It's ok in this case, to formulate a research question,
rather than a hypothesis. Let those cases be rare, in any way.
Another piece of advice when writing your hypothesis, regarding the trendy research fields:
chances are great that they're trendy because somebody has already made that exciting discovery,
or wrote that splendid paper that awoke everybody's interest in the first place. If you're in one of
these fields, try to get a fresh point of view upon the subject; make new connections, don't be
100% mainstream. This will make the project even more stimulating for the reader. Imagine that
you are writing about the trendiest subject, with absolutely no change in the point of view, and you
are given the chance to make the research. Trends come and go, fast; what are the chances that, in
four years' time, when your research is done and you are ready to publish your results, one of
those well-known professors who dispose of huge research grants has already said whatever you
had to say?
Remember how, in a structured essay, right after the thesis you would present the organization of
your essay, by enumerating the main arguments you were going to present? Same thing should
happen in a RP. After stating your thesis, you should give a short account of your answers to those
three questions mention earlier. State, in a few phrases, what will be learned from your research,
that your project will make a difference, and why is that important to be known. You will have to
elaborate on both of these later in the paper.
The next step in writing your proposal is to prove that that particular piece of research has not
been done yet. This section is usually called Literature Review. Inside it, you have to enumerate
and critically analyze an impressive list of boring bibliography. The conclusion you should
objectively reach is that your idea of research has not been undertaken yet. Even more, you use
this opportunity to prove solid theoretical knowledge in the field, and build the theoretical bases of
your project. One tip: don't review all the articles and books in the fields even if you mention them
in the bibliography list; pay attention in your analysis to those you will build on. Another one:
avoid jargon when writing your RP. The chances are great that the person(s) who will read your
and another 1000 research proposals are not specialists in that very field - niche you are examining.
If you are applying for a grant with or foundation or something similar, it might happen that those

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reading your paper are not even professors, but recruiters, donors, etc. And even if they actually
are professors, one of the reasons busy people like them agree to undertake a huge, and sometimes
voluntary, work, is the desire to meet some diversity, some change from their work - so maybe
they'll read applications for another specialization. The capacity to get your message across in
clear, easy-to-grasp concepts and phrases is one of the winning papers' most important advantages.
So far, you have proven you have a research idea, that you are familiar with the field, and that
your idea is new. Now, why should your project be worth researching? Because it advances
knowledge, ok. But is this knowledge that anybody will need? Maybe nobody knows for sure how
the shoelaces were being tied in the XIXth century, but who cares, beyond two lace-tying
specialists? Find arguments to convince the reader that s/he should give you money for that
research: practical use, accelerating the development of knowledge in your or other fields, opening
new research possibilities, a better understanding of facts that will allow a more appropriate
course of action are possible reasons. Be clear and specific. Don't promise to save the world, it
might be too much to start with. Even James Bond succeeds that only towards the end of the
movie.
We approach now one of the most difficult parts of writing a research proposal: the methodology.
In short, what actions are you going to take in order to answer the question? When will you know
whether the hypothesis has been proven wrong, or has survived enough tests to be considered, for
now, valid? Those tests and the way you are supposed to handle them to give rigor to your
research is what is understood under methods. Methods divide in qualitative (interviews,
questionnaires) and quantitative (statistics, stuff that deals intensively with numbers). For some
projects qualitative methods are more appropriate, for some quantitative, while for most a mixture
of the two is adequate. You should pick your methods and justify your choice. Research
methodology, however, is too a complicated thing to be explained here. And this is why it's so
tough: not much attention is given to teaching it in Eastern Europe. Try, before writing your RP, to
read a bit more about methodology - on the Internet you will find for sure some articles - and
decide which methods suit your project best. Don't forget: reading theoretical pieces of your work
and providing a critical analysis of those is also a kind of research. It's fine to provide a rough
schedule of your research; some grant programs will also require a detailed budget, even though
for scholarships this is unlikely.
Conclusions: After working your way through the difficult methodological part, you only have to
write your conclusions. Shortly recap why your hypothesis is new, why it advances knowledge,
why is it worth researching and how, from a practical point of view, are you going to do that.
Overall, the capacity of your project to answer the research question should come out crystal clear
from the body of the paper, and especially from the conclusions. If this happens, it means you
have a well-written RP, and you have just increased you chances for having a successful
application.
One last word: how big should your RP be? In most cases, this is specified in the application form.
If it is not, we suggest that you keep it at about 1500 words (that's 3 pages, single-spaced, with 12
size Times New Roman). In fewer words it can be really tough to write a good RP. With more you

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3.5.3
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Inventory Management: Challenge, Solution Approaches and Applications


Author
Address
1. Introduction
In daily life we contact with dozens of inventories, usually without thinking too hard about them.
For example, the cash, food, drink, etc. For the corporations, they care how to supply the demands
so that they should have a good control of their inventory products to decrease the costs and
increase the profits. Fortunately more and more researchers are researching on the theory and
applications of inventory management (IM). They have achieved good results. However the range
of applications of the theory needs enlarging to boarder sense such as allocation of empty
containers at the ports and routing problems, which we'll discuss in detail.
2. Background
Now we review the allocation of empty containers, which belongs to shipping industry. All
container lines complete freight rates, transit time and quality customer services. Since a shipping
line pays substantial operational expenses to maintain its container fleet, it is important that
shippers plan and schedule efficiently the inventory of both company-owned containers and
leased-containers. Yield management in global containerization problems consists of allocation
and routing problems. In order to achieve the minimal total cost, allocation problems consider how
to allocate empty containers to fulfill the shippers' demand, while routing problems focus on how
to plan the vessel's route to distribute empty containers to terminal. According to the Port
Development Board, throughput at Hong Kong port will shoot up to 31 million TEUs (twenty-foot
equivalent units) by 2005, to 36 million TEUs by 2011 and to 40 million TEUs by 2016 (South
China Morning Post, 27/6/1997). Shipping companies in Hong Kong have been competing
globally to provide world-class container transportation services. In order to increase a company's
competitive edge, it is important to have better control of its expenditure and to be more
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and which display intricate relationships and trade-offs among the various decisions and
management policies affecting their different components. Here we introduce inventory theory
and achieve a simple policy about how to allocate empty containers at one port. How to allocate
all empty containers at each port is still unknown. We want to modify our former result to fit in
this case, or create new methods to solve this problem. After figuring out the outline of allocating
all empty containers at each port, we'll touch how to transfer the empty containers from one port
to the others. Considering specific parameters such as insurance costs, handling costs, traffic costs,
positions of the ports, we want to achieve good import and export methods for empty containers.
3. Methodology
For allocating empty containers at one port we have achieved the optimal (U, D) policy, which is
that increasing (decreasing) empty containers up (down) to the amount U (D) when the amount of
empty containers now is less (not less) than U (D), doing nothing when the amount comes into the
range [U, D]. However allocating all empty containers, the next step, is more complex, and it is
different from the former work in multi-echelon inventory models. Ours includes the fixed number,
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each other. We want to seek such methods to solve our problem, with effort, labor and spirit.
4. Concluding Remarks
The problems have been presented above. And there are other applications to different problems,
for example, gas control, counterfeit products control, etc. They are all tied with inventory theory.
(Of course you can solve them with other methods). To solve these types of problems requires
applying inventory theory to accommodate to new circumstances, which will be my proposed area
for my PhD study.
5. Bibliography
Veinott, Jr, A.F. (1966)
The status of mathematical inventory theory,
Management Science, 12:745-777.
Paul H. Zipkin (2000)
Foundations of Inventory Management
Boston McGraw-Hill, c2000
Crainic, T.G. and Laporte, G., (1997)
Planning models for freight transportation,
Euro. J. Oper. Res., 97:409-438.
Dejax, P.J. and Crainic, T.G., (1987)
A review of empty flows and fleet management models in freight transportation,
Transportation Science, 21:227-247.
Chih, K.C.K., (1986),
A real-time dynamic optimal freight car management simulation model of the multiple railroads,
multicommodity temporal spatial network flow problem,
Ph.D. Thesis, Princeton University
Adamidou, E.A., Kornhouser, A.L. and Koskosidis, Y.A., (1993),

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A game theoretic/network equilibrium solution approach for the railroad car management
problem,
Transportation Research B, 27B: 237-252.
Eppen, G.D. and Fama, E.F., (1969)
Cash balance and simple dynamic portfolio problems with proportional costs,
International Economic Review, 10:119-133.
Lai, K.K., Lam, K.K. and Chan, W.K., (1995)
Shipping container logistics and allocation,
Journal of the Operational Research Society, 46:687-697.
FangRuo CHEN, (2000)
Optimal polices for multi-echelon inventory problems with batch ordering,
Operations Research, Vol.48 No.3: 376-389

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Ewing, NJ 08628-7435, USA
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:
For General Information:
TOEFL: 001-609-771-7100, GRE: 001-609-771-7670
For Obtaining Scores by Phone:
GRE: 001-609-771-7290, TOEFL: 001-609-771-7267
For Faxing the Score Request Forms:
TOEFL: 001-609-771-7500, GRE: 001-609-771-7906

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Please note that we require official transcripts, two letters of recommendation, official test
scores and the application fee. Exceptions to these requirements will be determined by the Office
of Admissions upon receipt of the application.
In fairness to everyone, we require all applicants to submit and application fee and original
reports of test scores.
GRE scores are not mandatory. TOEFL and TWE scores are. You are correct when you say
that these scores can be verified by ETS. I would need to have a photocopy of the report, however.
The deadline for the fellowship competition is January 15th; the graduate programs must make
their decisions of fellowship nominees by early February. If your official scores do not arrive by
that time, you probably will not be nominated for a fellowship but may be able to compete for
research and teaching positions, which sometimes have a more flexible deadline.
We do need to have official copies to process the application form. You need to have indicated
to both GRE and TOEFL to send your scores directly to Princeton. I didn't realize they charged
you for this, though. We can call the testing centers and get official scores in case it is the only
missing piece of information, but eventually we do have to have the official copy or the
application will not be accepted. I apologize that there is not any other system set up to handle this
kind of situation. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you.
When you to apply on line at http://www.northwestern.edu/graduate/admission/onlineapp.html,
or enter your mailing address information in order to receive paper application materials by mail at
http://www.imgweb.nwu.edu/tgsappreq/. You then send your TOEFL scores to the Graduate
school and they send them to us at Chemical Engineering. We don't require originals but the
Graduate School does.
The Graduate School requires that official copies of GRE and TOEFL scores be sent to them;
they generally do not accept photocopies as "official" test scores. However, you can obtain more
information through the Graduate School
We can accept photocopies for our review process. However, the Graduate School will not
allow us to extend an offer of admission until we receive the official copies.
The Office of Admissions at Iowa State University requires official scores.
GT
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Dear XXX:
I sent my application materials to your department (university) two weeks ago. Now I wonder
whether your department (university) has received my application materials. Could you please tell
me? Thank you very much.
Yours sincerely,
XXX
XXXXXXX

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PS, RL

Dear XXX:
I have sent my application materials to your department. Now I wonder whether they are complete.
Could you please tell me if some required materials are missed? Thank you very much.
Yours sincerely,
XXX
XXXXXXX

A University of Michigan
A A A
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Dear XXX:
I have sent my application materials to your department. I wonder when the admission committee
will make the final decision. Could you please tell me my application status as soon as possible?
Thank you very much.
Yours sincerely,
XXX
XXXXXXX

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--May I speak to XXX? This is XXX of XXX University calling.


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-- May I speak to XXX please?


-- Yes, this is XXX speaking.
:You must be professor XXX from
XXX university. How are you? :
-- This is Professor XXX from XXX university. How are you?
: Fine, thank you. How are you?

This is my mobile. I am at the dorm now. Would you please call at....
10-40min

I beg your pardon?


What do you mean by saying XXX?

Yeah, I know it, but I don't know how to express it in English. Let me think
ok

Sorry, I can't hear you very clearly. Would you please speak a little louder?
Sorry, the phone line is not clear, would you please speak loudly?

Well, I have no idea of it now. May I reply you later by email?

-- Thank you for calling me.


-- I am eager to join your program.
-- Have a nice day!

7.5.5
email
Dear Dr. ****,
Thank you for interviewing me over the telephone just now. I am eager to join the *****
Program. I look forward to hearing good news from you. Thank you very much.
Have a nice day.

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*****
email

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1. Why are you interested in ***?


2. Why you want to have your graduate study in US?
3. Please describe your research interest.
4. What's your plan in this university?
5. What's your plan after you finish your study?
6. Did you use any English textbook in classes?
7. Will you like to study in a small but with high quality university or a big university like Harvard
or Princeton?
8. Do you apply for other university or contact with other faculties in the university?
9. How about your ability to be a teaching assistant?
10. Who is the great person in the world in your eyes?
11. Why pursue PhD?
12. Do you have any special or excellent idea during your research experience?
13. Would you please introduce your recent research work?

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14. I have noticed that you had experience in industry; would you please introduce your work
before?
15. What's the weather of Beijing?
16. Where are you from?
17. What is your favor?
18. What are your strengths?
19. Please introduce yourself.
20. Do you have any friends in XXX?
21. Do you have sisters or brothers?
22. If I give you the offer, how likely you will go?
23. What will you plan to do in the future?
24. Which course do you choose this term?
25. What is your major now? Say something about your work, etc.
26. Do you have any experiences in teaching?
27. How do you study your English?
28. Do you think you are a nature leader?
29. Which program do you think is most meaningful in your past work?
30. How do you know about our department?
31. What do you think about our department?
32. Is there some special faculty you are interested in?
33. Have you contact with any professor?
34. There are some differences between the education systems of US and China. What preparation
have you made?
35. Have you received any offers? Which school gave you offers?
36. Tell me something about your teaching or conduct meeting experience.
37. I see by your transcript that youve done very well in most of your courses. XXX seems to be
an area in which you dont do as well. Can you tell me why?

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Offer Fellowship
Teaching AssistantshipTAResearch AssistantshipRA Tuition Waiver
2Put you on the waiting list.
offer offer
offer
waiting list
3Give you the admission
Admission
4Decline your application.

offer overqualified

5No reply

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Dear XXX:
I have been offered admission into your graduate program, in which I am very interested. But I
have some difficulty in affording to support my PhD study in your school, is there any opening
that I could possibly get some kind of financial aid? Thank you very much.
Best regards
Your name

program RA TA

admission offer

admission

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offer offer offer


offer
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Offer

cover

Scholarship
1Fellowship
TA RA
2Tuition Scholarship
3Teaching AssistantshipTA 1/2
20 1/2 20
40 20 1/2 TA TSE
TA

4Research AssistantshipRA

TA RA Graduate Assistantship
$5000
15%

Tax is heavy in US. There are federal tax and state tax. Tax will cut 20-30% of your total
income every year. Generally, tax is reduced from your payroll check automatically. But there is
some exception for Chinese F-1 students. You can fill some forms which mention you are Chinese
F-1 student and the type of assistantship you are holding (such as TA, RA and fellowship). For
every Chinese F-1 student, their first &5000 income of the year is tax free. If you have a
fellowship, your whole fellowship income is tax free, so, fellowship is good not only because it is
duty free but also tax free. If you are holding TA or RA and find there is tax reduction in your
payroll check, do not worry about it. At the end of the year, you will receive a notice about how

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much tax has been reduced from your income. Keep this notice. Next year, government will give
everyone tax return form to fill out. You can fill out the form which informs the government how
much tax it should return. Not all the tax of TA and RA income can get back; you have to check
your friend who has filled this tax return form before. Anyway, fellowship is the best; you don't
need to worry anything. TA and RA get their payment monthly, but fellowship holder gets their
semester payment at the beginning of the semester.
TA RA
resident in-state tuition fellowship nonresident
out-state tuition Assistantship in-state tuition

fellowship TA RA
B

8.3.2 Offer Example


Offer email email
Email
Offer Letter

Dear XXX,
I am pleased to inform you that we are recommending your admission into our graduate
program. A formal offer letter will be mailed to you early next week, but I wanted to let you
know in advance of its arrival. Below is a copy of the letter you will receive.
Email offer Offer Letter
**********************************************************************
Dear XXX:
I am pleased to inform you that the Department of Mathematics is offering you admission to its
graduate program and a half-time graduate assistantship 1/2
1/4 . The stipend will be at least $13,000 for the ten month academic year
2003-04, with a reduction of tuition and fees from $8130 to $478 per semester and $239 for the
summer session. tuition waiver tuition scholarship

(These fees are from 2002-2003; there will be a slight increase for 2003-04.) If you
pass the departmental screening and are able to be given a classroom assignment the stipend will
be at least $14,200. Also, students who perform their duties satisfactorily during the year may hold
a summer teaching assistantship in 2004 to earn an additional stipend (see enclosure).

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Since your appointment is half-time or more for at least a semester, you will be enrolled
automatically in the Graduate Student Staff Health Plan. If you choose to accept this plan, the
University will subsidize approximately 80% of the cost. TA RA
Fellowship offer fellowship
Additional coverage for a
spouse and other dependents is available, but without the University subsidy.
Other pertinent features of the assistantship are described in the enclosure. Please read this
carefully, especially the sections on duties and the dates for the academic year and orientation
week. International Students and Scholars will have an orientation program on August 14 and 15
that you are required to attend.TA You will receive
more information on this program when you receive your I-20 or IAP-66. You should not apply
for your visa or make travel plans until you receive a formal letter of admission from the Graduate
School and your Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 or IAP-66, which you need in order to apply for a
visa) from the Office of International Student Services. These papers
will be sent to you as soon as all admission procedures are completed. Visa applications to the
United States are being processed much more slowly than in the past. Because of this we strongly
encourage you to decide on our offer and let us know as soon as possible.
If you wish to accept this appointment, please respond in writing by April 15
4.15 . Under a resolution of the Council of Graduate Schools,
acceptance of an offer of financial support for the next academic year completes an agreement that
both you and Purdue University expect to honor. If you accept our offer before April 15 and
subsequently desire to withdraw your acceptance, you may submit in writing a resignation of the
appointment at any time through April 15. However, an acceptance given or left in force after
April 15 commits you not to accept another offer without first obtaining a written release from
Purdue University.
While it is your obligation to respond in writing by April 15, it would be very helpful to me if you
would let me know your intentions as soon as possible.
I hope you will write soon accepting our offer of an assistantship. Please do not hesitate to contact
me if you have any questions.

Sincerely yours,
XXX
Offer Package Offer Letter Acceptance Form

Offer Package
I-20 I-20 offer letter
offer admission Admission Package

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4.15 1999

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4.15
Resolution Regarding Graduate Scholars, Fellows, Trainees, and Assistants Acceptance of an offer
of financial support (such as a graduate scholarship, fellowship, traineeship, or assistantship) for
the next academic year by a prospective or enrolled graduate student completes an agreement that
both student and graduate school expect to honor. In that context, the conditions affecting such
offers and their acceptance must be defined carefully and understood by all parties. Students are
under no obligation to respond to offers of financial support prior to April 15; earlier deadlines for
acceptance of such offers violate the intent of this Resolution. In those instances in which a
student accepts an offer before April 15, and subsequently desires to withdraw that acceptance, the
student may submit in writing a resignation of the appointment at any time through April 15.
However, an acceptance given or left in force after April 15 commits the student not to accept
another offer without first obtaining a written release from the institution to which a commitment
has been made. Similarly, an offer by an institution after April 15 is conditional on presentation by
the student of the written release from any previously accepted offer. It is further agreed by the
institutions and organization subscribing to the above Resolution that a copy of this Resolution
should accompany every scholarship, fellowship, traineeship, and assistantship offer.
4.15

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Harvard offer

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8.4.3
offer admission
4.15 4
5

Dear XXX
Thank your for your recent e-mail, which informed your grant of my admission and financial aid.
However, It is difficult for me to make the decision of accept or reject your offer now, because
some universities are currently in the process of reviewing and evaluating my applications and
will reach their decisions in these days. So I would appreciate you very much if you can give me
X more days to make my decision. In fact, I am still seriously interested in joining your graduate
program.
Sincerely yours,

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offers

Email
ok email offer

reply form
reply form

offer
Dear XXX,
I decide to accept your offer! I received your mailed offer several weeks ago. In these days, I
became familiar with the city and the university. As far as I know, XXX is a great place to live and
learn! So I decide to accept this offer! It's my honor to study in XXX. Thank you very much!
And would you please tell me whether I need to send my decision with a written statement to you?
Best regards!
Sincerely,
XXX
reply
form

decline offers

offer offer
Dear Professor,
I feel grateful for your providing me an offer to your honored University, but I have accepted the
offer from another university, and I am afraid that I couldn't go to your University. Thanks for
your consideration.
Sincerely,
XXX

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withdraw
offer offer
offer
offers offers

Dear Committee Members,


I am an applicant to your Ph.D. program in ******* for the fall of 2003. (Name: ****, Date of
Birth: ****) I am deeply sorry that I have to withdraw my application, because I have already
received several offers up to now, and almost decide to accept one of them. ****, including the
world-class groups in *******, is still a perfect institution for me, but I do not think it is
appropriate to take up your precious time and effort in evaluating my application in this case. And
I think that it will be inconvenient for other applicants if I am still on your list.
I am confident that your department will be very successful in recruiting new ******* students.
Also, I hope that you could give favorable considerations to other Chinese applicants, especially
those from ******* University, which is the best university in China. I believe that there are about
*** graduates in ******* University who are capable to study ******* in the very top
universities in the States.
PS: Please forgive my rudeness. I don't know which person I should contact, so I'm writing to you.
If you are not in charge of this affair, please inform the right person.
Very Sincerely,
XXX

1. withdraw

2. waiting
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-- Identification of nucleic acid sequences associated with pathogenecity
-- Freeze-drying (lyophilization)
-- Fermentation technology
-- Cross-filtration equipment
-- High "DOP-rated filters" (e.g., HEPA filters, ULPA filters)
-- Microencapsulation
-- Aerosol sprayers and technology, aerosol and aerosolization technology
-- Spray or drum drying technology
-- Milling equipment or technology intended for the production of micron-sized particles
-- Technology for eliminating electrostatic charges of small particles
-- Flight training
-- Crop-dusting, aerosol dissemination
-- Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology

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-- Fuses, detonators, and other munitions technology


-- Submunitions technology
-- Computer modeling of dissemination or contagion
-- Chemical absorption (nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protection)
In the chemical area, look for:
-- Organo-phosphate chemistry
-- Neurochemistry
-- Chemical engineering
-- Chemical separation technology
-- Pesticide production technology
-- Pharmaceutical production technology
-- Chemical separation technology
-- Toxicology
-- Pharmacology
-- Neurology
-- Immunology
-- Detection of toxic chemical aerosols
-- Chemical absorption (Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (NBC) protection)
-- Production of glass-lined steel reactors/vessels, pipes, flanges, and other equipment
-- Aerosol sprayers and technology
-- Flight training
-- Crop-dusting, aerosol dissemination
-- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology
-- Fuses, detonators, and other munitions technology
-- Submunitions technology
-- Computer modeling of dissemination
G. REMOTE SENSING, IMAGING AND RECONNAISSANCE: Satellite and aircraft remote
sensing technologies are inherently dual-use; increasingly sophisticated technologies can be used
for civilian imagery projects or for military and intelligence reconnaissance activities. Drones and
remotely piloted vehicles also augment satellite capabilities. Key-word associated technologies
are:
-- Remote sensing satellites
-- High resolution multi-spectral, electro-optical and radar data/imagery
-- Imagery instruments, cameras, optics, and synthetic aperture radar systems
-- Ground receiving stations and data/image processing systems
-- Photogrammetry
-- Imagery data and information products
-- Piloted aircraft
-- Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV)
-- Remotely-piloted vehicles; and drones
H. ADVANCED COMPUTER/MICROELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY: Advanced computers
and software play a useful (but not necessarily critical) role in the development and deployment of

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missiles and missile systems, and in the development and production of nuclear weapons.
Advanced computer capabilities are also used in over-the-horizon targeting, airborne early
warning targeting, Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) processors. These technologies are
associated with:
-- Supercomputing, hybrid computing
-- Speech processing/recognition systems
-- Neural networks
-- Data fusion
-- Quantum wells, resonant tunneling
-- Superconductivity
-- Advance optoelectronics
-- Acoustic wave devices,
-- Superconducting electron devices
-- Flash discharge type x-ray systems
-- Frequency synthesizers
-- Microcomputer compensated crystal oscillators
I. MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY: The metallic, ceramic and composite materials are primarily
related to structural functions in aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, undersea vehicles, and propulsion
devices. Polymers provide seals and sealants for containment of identified fluids and lubricants for
various vehicles and devices. High density graphite is used in missile nosetips, jet vanes and
nozzle throats. Selected specialty materials (i.e., stealth and the performance of these materials)
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magnetic,

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superconductivity characteristics. These technologies are associated with:


-- Advanced metals and alloys
-- Non-composite ceramic materials
-- Ceramic, cermet, organic and carbon materials
-- Polymeric materials
-- Synthetics fluids
-- Hot isostatic
-- Densifications
-- Intermetallic
-- Organometals
-- Liquid and solid lubricant
-- Magnetic metals and superconductive conductors
J. INFORMATION SECURITY: Technologies associated with cryptography and cryptographic
systems to ensure secrecy for communications, video, data and related software.
K. LASER AND DIRECTED ENERGY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY: Lasers have critical
military applications, including incorporation in guided ordinance such as laser guided bombs and
ranging devices. Directed energy technologies are used to generate electromagnetic radiation or
particle beams and to project that energy on a specific target. Kinetic energy technologies are
those used to impart a high velocity to a mass and direct it to a target. Directed energy and kinetic
energy technologies have potential utility in countering missiles and other applications. Look for

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technologies associated with:


-- Atomic Vapor Laser Isotope Separation (AVLIS)
-- Molecular Laser Isotope Separation (MLIS)
-- High Energy Lasers (HEL) (i.e., laser welders)
-- Low Energy Lasers (LEL)
-- Semiconductor lasers
-- Free electron lasers
-- Directed Energy (DE) systems
-- Kinetic Energy (KE) systems
-- Particle beam, beam rider, electromagnetic guns, Optoelectronics/electro-oPtics (Europe)
-- Optical tracking (i.e., target designators)
-- High energy density
-- High-speed pulse generation, pulsed power
-- Hypersonic and/or hypervelocity
-- Magnetohydrodynamics
L. SENSORS AND SENSOR TECHNOLOGY: Sensors provide real-time information and data,
and could provide a significant military advantage in a conflict. Marine acoustics is critical in
anti-submarine warfare; gravity meters are essential for missile launch calibration. Look for
technologies associated with:
-- Marine acoustics
-- Optical sensors
-- Night vision devices, image intensification devices
-- Gravity meters
-- High speed photographic equipment
-- Magnetometers
M. MARINE TECHNOLOGY: Marine technologies are often associated with submarines and
other deep submersible vessels; propulsion systems designed for undersea use and navigation and
quieting systems are associated with reducing detectability and enhancing operations survivability.
Look for technologies connected with:
-- Submarines and submersibles
-- Undersea robots
-- Marine propulsion systems
-- Signature recognition
-- Acoustic and non-acoustic detection
-- Acoustic, wake, radar and magnetic signature reduction
-- Magnetohydrodynamics
-- Stirling engines and other air independent propulsion systems
N. ROBOTICS: Technologies associated with:
-- Artificial intelligence
-- Automation
-- Computer-controlled machine tools
-- Pattern recognition technologies.

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O. URBAN PLANNING: Expertise in construction or design of systems or technologies necessary


to sustain modern urban societies. (PLEASE NOTE: Urban Planning may not fall under the
purview of INA section 212 (a) (3) (a), U.S. technology transfer laws, or any other U.S. law or
regulation. However, Urban Planning is a special interest item and posts are requested to refer
such visa application requests to CA/VO/L/C for further review.) Look for technologies/skills
associated with:
-- Architecture
-- Civil engineering
-- Community development
-- Environmental planning
-- Geography
-- Housing
-- Landscape architecture
-- Land use and comprehensive planning
-- Urban design

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1. What will you study in the United States?
2. What is your major? In what aspect of your major will you study?
3. What will you do in USA?
4. Are you going to study in USA?
5. When/where did you get your BS/MS?
6. What/where are you studying now?
7. How long will you study in USA?
8. Have you any scholarship?
9. What do you want to study in USA?
10. What do you do with your work for BS/MS/PhD? Whats your plan after graduation?
11. What kind of position do you want?
12. What is your purpose for the visa?
13. How do you know this University?
14. What is your plan? What will you do after graduation?
15. Why will you come back to China?
16. Can you explain why 90% Chinese students didn't come back?
17. Why do you choose this University?
18. Why do you like your major?
19. Why do you want to study in USA?
20. Why do you want to pursue a doctor's degree?
21. Why do you receive financial aid from this University?
22. Why dont you stay in United States?
23. Why dont you work for several years and then go abroad?
24. Have you talked with anybody about your plan? Who are they?
25. If I do not give you the visa, what will you do?
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1. What will you study in the United States?


2. What is your major? In what aspect of your major will you study? What is your favorite subject?
Can it be used to military utilities?
3. What will you do in USA?
4. Are you going to study in USA?
5. When/where did you get your BS/MS?
6. What/where are you working now?
7. How long will you study in USA?
8. Have you any scholarship?
9. What do you want to study in USA?
10. What do you do with your work for MS / PhD?
11. What is your purpose for the visa?
12. What is your academic background?
13. How do you know this Univ.?
14. What is your plan? What will you do after graduation? Why? What kind of job can you find in
the future?
15. Give me three reasons that you will come back to China?
16. Can you explain why 90% Chinese students didn't come back?
17. Why do you choose this Univ.?
18. Why do you like your major?
19. Why do you want to study in USA?
20. Why do you want to pursue a master's/doctoral degree?
21. Why do you receive financial aid from this Univ.?
22. What is the difficult class do you have?
23. Do you want your wife to go with you?
24. What's your name?
25. What institution did you attend and what was your major?
26. What have you done after you graduated from university?
27. Why do you want go to the United States for further study?
28. Why do you think it is time for you to pursue Masters / Doctoral degree now?
29. Why do you want to study xxx in the US?
30. Many universities in the China offer first--rate graduate programs in xxx. Why do you want to
go to the USA for graduate study?
31. What is your ultimate academic goal?
32. To how many institutions have you applied, and who are they? Any other school admits you?
33. Why did you choose xxx University? How much do you know about the university?
34. Do you have any relatives in the United States?
35. What do your parents do?
36. How much do you expect you will have to spend each year in the United States?
37. How do you support yourself during your studies in the United States?
38. Do you plan to seek financial support in the US?
39. Who will be your sponsor? How much is his annual income and what will be the amount you

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will receive annually? Do you have a bank deposit certification?


40. Do you plan to seek employment in the US after you have completed your studies?
41. How long does it take to commute to your work place?
42. What do you think of the West Development in China?
43. How long have you prepared your visa interview? Have you prepared the interview in New
Oriental?
44. How long have you prepared for GRE? Did you cheat?
45. Are you a worker or a student now?
46. Where are you from? Where is your hometown?
47. How much do you earn now? How much will you earn when you come back?
48. Do you know which school is the best in your major? What else?
49. What does your major mean?
50. What will you study in this major? What courses?
51. If you say you will be a teacher in the future, what will you teach?
52. What's the difference between your major now and the major in USA?
53. When are you going to enter US?
54. What is your dream?
55. What is the thing you like best in America, or the thing you like best in China?
56. Then what is the thing you don't like most in China?
57. Can you give an example of your topic that is applied in our living?
58. Why do you change your major?
59. What is your favorite pet? Why?
60. What's your best/worst quality?
61. What do you think is the best/worst thing of the U.S?
62. Have you ever been to nations aside of China? Have you ever gone abroad?
63. What's your favorite food?
64. Have you any bank deposit?
65. What kind of works you will do for this assistantship? What's your duty as a TA/RA?
66. Is your transcript original?
67. How old are you?
68. Have you any relatives in US?
69. When did you join the TOEFL/GRE test?
70. What score did you get in TOEFL/GRE test?
71. Can you talk something about the course XXX?
72. Do you have sisters or brothers?
73. How long have you been in Beijing?
74. Why did you live in Beijing?
75. What's your hobby? What do you do in your spare time?
76. What is your current project in your company? What are you responsible for in your present
post?
77. How many years have your worked?
78. Can you tell me which assistantship they give you? TA or RA?

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79. What will you teach?


80. What is your favorite American movie?
81. Who do you think is the best president of the US?
82. Where is your HUKOU()?
83. Do you have a girlfriend/boyfriend? Where is she/he? Are you sure your girlfriend/boyfriend
will keep relation with you during your graduate study?
84. Do you think who the greatest leader in the world is? Why?
85. Who is your advisor?
86. Have you any scholarship?
87. Which is your favorite restaurant (cafe)?
88. What's the difference between your major now and the major in USA?
89. Where do you live? Where will you live?
90. Why did you choose your present job?
91. What will you do if you can not find a position in the big companies / XXX University?
92. Your assistantship is for one year, then how about the following years?
93. What is your dissertation about? What is your specific research of your undergraduate paper?
94. You can also make more of this kind of money in US, why don't you want to earn more? Why
you come back to China instead of finding a job in America?
95. Where is your company located in?
96. So what development/programming tools do you use? (CS)
97. Have you business card? Do you have a name card?
98. Why have you quit your job?
99. How did you take GRE?
100. Is xxx the first university to give you the offer?
101. Will you come back to this company after graduation?
102. What have you done in your research?
103. Are you a top student in your school? What about your ranking in your class?
104. Do you have a cup of coffee every morning?
105. What kind of computer do you have?
106. What is your favorite color?
107. (Set up my own company about****) Is it difficult?
108. Would you like to accept the yellow card and go to window 10?

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3Checklist
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YYY is the Ph.D. university, XX1 and XX2 are Chinese universities,
KKK is a university contest,CCC is a world contest; PPP is the province of where XX1 locates.
Checklist
Checklist of My Supporting Documents
Get to Know Me
My Resume
Three Support Letters from the University of YYY
Two Support Letters from Prof. PP1 (XX1 University) and Prof. PP2 (XX2 University)
Admission Letter and Offer Letter
GRE Scores and TOEFL Scores
Official Transcripts B.S Degree CertificateGraduation Certificate
Interesting Materials
Yesterday is History but it paves my way to future
Official Certificate of Outstanding Graduate of XXX Univ.
Official Certificates of First Prize Scholarships and Other Scholarships
Newspaper about My Prizes
Certificates of Prizes in KKK Contest 1998 2000
Rank Certificate of Computer Software
Tomorrow is a Mystery but you can touch it here
My Career Goal will be Realized Here
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Rankings about XX1 Univ. in Several Famous Magazines

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World Rankings of XX1 Univ. in CCC Contests (2000 2001)


Introductions of XX1 Univ.
Photos of XX1 Univ. Campuses
Why I Make This Choice
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Survey Reports about the Overseas Chinese Students and Immigrants
Articles about Human Resources in China Calling for High-Tech Experts
Introductions about the PPP Province: the Richest Province and the biggest Information
Industry
Government Special Policies for Back-China Overseas Students
Other Supporting Materials
Today is a Gift That's Why They Call It The Present!
-------------------------------------------------- Introduction of My Future Advisor Prof. SSS
The Research Impact of Prof. SSS in Computer Science
The System Research of YYY
Email from Prof. SSS after Phone Interview
Emails Discussing About the Dept. and Research With the YYY System Group

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11.1
11.1.1
admission

Requirements for a Canadian Study Permit


You must show the officer that you meet the requirements of the Canadian Immigration and
Refugee Protection Act and Regulations and that you will be in Canada for a temporary stay. You
must also:
.satisfy an officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your studies;
have been accepted by an educational institution;
prove that you have enough money during your stay in Canada to pay for:
.tuition fees;
.living expenses for yourself and accompanying family members; and
.return transportation for yourself and accompanying family members (please see Financial
Support for details);
be law abiding and have no record of criminal activity (you may be asked to provide a Police
Clearance Certificate);
not be a risk to the security of Canada;
produce any additional documents requested by the officer to establish your admissibility;
.complete a medical examination, if required.

1.

All documents in Chinese must be accompanied by a notarized translation into English or


French.

2.

Original diplomas will be returned. Other documents (copies, study plans, employment
references, bank certificates) may be retained by the visa section.

3.

The length of time required to process an application will vary, depending on number of
applications received and available resources. Current processing times are posted on our
street side bulletin board and website. At the time of preparation of this kit, processing time
was approximately 4 months. You are strongly urged to submit your application to the
Embassy at least five months before the first day of classes.

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11.1.2
1 Study Permit Application Kit
Application kits are free of charge and can be obtained in person, from Monday to Thursday,
8:15-11:30, or by mail (use the address or fax number above and provide us with your address in
Chinese characters), or downloaded from the internet address: www.canada.org.cn
2Kitdocument checklist

DOCUMENT CHECKLIST
Please indicate in the boxes which documents you have enclosed and attach the Document
Checklist to your application. If any of the required documents are missing, your application form
may be returned to you.
I have enclosed the following items: Put an X in the box when you have enclosed the item
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (English or French translations must accompany all Chinese
language documents.)
1 original and valid PASSPORT
2 fully completed STUDY PERMIT APPLICATION FORMS
1 original and 1 copy of a LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE from the Admissions/Registrars Office
of a Canadian school (should be accompanied by information from a school indicating exact
amount of tuition fees you will be required to pay and the anticipated starting and finishing dates.);
this letter should be dated within 6 months of your application.
1 FAMILY COMPOSITION/DETAILS OF EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT form for the
applicant completed in English or French AND Chinese, and signed in both Chinese and pinyin.
1 QUESTIONNAIRE AND FINANCIAL SUMMARY
1 STUDY PLAN, in English or French, explaining the study proposed in Canada and intentions
after completing the courses to which you have been accepted.
1 notarized copy of your NO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY CERTIFICATE
1 notarized copy of your SENIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADUATION CERTIFICATE and
TRANSCRIPTS (with the chop or your schools Registrars Office.)
IF YOU ARE YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS, submit:
1 notarized declaration signed by your parents or legal guardian, stating that arrangements
have been made for a guardian in Canada to act in place of a parent in times of emergency.
1 notarized declaration signed by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of at least 19
years of age that they will serve as a guardian in lieu of your parents.

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1 notarized copy of any UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE DIPLOMA, DEGREE, and


CERTIFICATE granted, plus transcripts for any program for which you are currently enrolled.
1 complete APPLICATION FEE paid in the exact amount (CDN $125 or RMB 700)
4 passport-sized PHOTOGRAPHS (the photos must have been taken within the past six months)
6 self-addressed MAILING LABELS with your current address in Chinese characters. (Please do
not use envelopes).
PROOF OF FUNDS (English or French translations must accompany all Chinese language
documents.)
Proof of accumulated funds including:
.family banking records or receipts for the past 18 months (interest slips, bankbooks, etc);
and
.original certificates of deposit (dated within the last 3 months, showing current funds
available);
.written explanation of the sources of the above funds.
If you are employed, submit:
1 original letter of employment (see details below)
1 original letter of employment from the current employer of each parent including: full name,
address and telephone number of
the parents employer; parents length of service, position, salary for the last two years, any
bonuses and additional income.
If either or both of your parents own a business or part of a business, submit:
.1 notarized copy of the business registration.
.Recent tax receipts and the most recent audited financial statement of the business.
If you are receiving any funding from a school in Canada or a governmental organization,
submit:
.1 original letter from funding body detailing fee amount you are receive during each year of
proposed course of study.
If you have prepaid any fees to the school in Canada, submit:
.1 copy of official receipt or letter from the school.
NOTE: If someone other than yourself or your parents is providing funding, attach a letter of
explanation as to why they are assisting, and provide evidence of their financial ability.

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2 fully completed STUDY PERMIT APPLICATION FORMSkit1114
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6Residential Addressmailing address

7Nonespousechildrenpresent job
8Immigration status of applicant in country where applyingcitizenstudent
valid until
9My program of study and levelM.A./M.S./PhD
10programletter of acceptance
program5 termsM.ASep.1, 2003-Apr.30, 2005
winter termJune 15Aug.31end in Aug.
31, 2005
11The cost of studiesprogram$**,***per year$**,***/year
Tuition feesletter of acceptanceroom and boardother
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of a Canadian school (should be accompanied by information from a school indicating exact
amount of tuition fees you will be required to pay and the anticipated starting and finishing dates.);
this letter should be dated within 6 months of your application.

1
2offerinformation indicating exact amount of tuition fees you will be required to pay
and the anticipated starting and finishing dates
3offerconditional offerfinal transcript
FAMILY COMPOSITION/DETAILS OF EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT
1 FAMILY COMPOSITION/DETAILS OF EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT form for the
applicant completed in English or French AND Chinese, and signed in both Chinese and pinyin.
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Xiaoming Wang

Signature of applicant

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Bachelor degree
Senior high school diploma

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junior high school course
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5mailing addressstudy permit application form

STUDY PLAN
1 STUDY PLAN, in English or French, explaining the study proposed in Canada and intentions
after completing the courses to which you have been accepted.
1Requirements
You must attach a study plan to the application. It will normally be 1-2 pages in length.
It should address the following issues:
1)

Why you wish to come to Canada to study at the school and in the program for which you
have been accepted;

2)

What is your overall educational goal;

3)

Why you are not pursuing less expensive alternatives in China (what are those alternatives?
have you investigated them?);

4)

What ties do you have to China that will lead you to return to China following your course of
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How will this Canadian diploma/degree increase your chances in the Chinese labour market?

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TA/RA
BBSCanadastudy plan

Example 1
: dancegirl (), : Canada
My name is ***. I was born on ***. As Finance major in Nankai University, I have always longed
for an opportunity to receive the most advanced education in
my great honor to be admitted, and also fully
University, to get my master's

financial economics. Thus, it is

supported, by the Economics Department of AAA

degree in my dream-school. And this study plan is submitted

along with my completed package, to strengthen my application for Canadian student's visa.
Ever since I was a child my ambition has been to become a university professor, to conduct
in-depth research, stay with young students, and enjoy the freedom of flexible schedule. In this
aspect, an academic job is not only my educational goal, but also my career, and my life. Now that
I have laid a solid knowledge foundation after four-year' fruitful college work, I hope with all my
heart that the rigorous training in AAA University would help me realize my dream.
The one-year master's program offered by Economics Department, AAA University attracts me
just like a shortcut to my arena. AAA University is notable for its traditional strength in financial
economics, with seven professors concentrating on this field and having made great contribution
to the discipline, which is her advantage over any similar programs in China. And fulfilling the

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whole program in a year will save me two years to get the master's degree compared with the
three-year's Chinese graduate programs. I believe this schedule will make my experience in AAA
University challenging but effective. I can get a degree that works as soon as possible. Moreover,
AAA University has granted me the full financial support in the form of Teaching Assistantship,
sum up to Canadian Dollars BBB per semester and BBB*3 per year. Since the tuition fee is
extraordinarily low for international student in AAA University ($CCC per semester), this amount
should be sufficient to cover all my expenses considering my thrift habit. On the other hand,
Chinese graduate programs would charge me RMB 7000per year with rare financial assistant.
Although AAA University would demand me to do some assistant work, this would also constitute
an important part of my training for the academic life. In conclusion, it is only rational for me to
choose AAA University instead of Chinese universities.
Another fact I want to mention is that personally I have sufficient money to study abroad.
Although I did not request my parents to give me financial support, they are definitely willing and
able to afford my education. My mother is a CPA, and serves as the Chief Accountant in People's
Insurance Company of China DDD Branch with annual income exceeding EEE after tax. And my
father is a government official having served in economics management field for over ten years.
They have promised me to support me whenever necessary, and it is the love from my family that
stimulates me to go further in my economics research pilgrimage.
Thanks to the booming of China's economy, the demand for economics professors, especially
those who have studied abroad and understand the real market, is extremely high in China now. So
studying abroad is a matter not only of family's proud and social respect, but also of better
financial reward. And I plan to move on to a PhD either in AAA, FFF, or in America before I come
back to China as an accomplished financial economist. My root is in China. The passion to serve
my motherland has compelled me to fly west, and will also draw me back considering the simple
fact that I can become a better government policy advisor here in my home. I hope you will
consider my application favorably. The time and trouble you take is highly appreciated!

Example 2
: huaihuai (), : Canada
My interest with ZZZ [major] made me choose ZZZ as my major when I entered the XXX
University -- one of the best universities in China.
much knowledge on ZZZ.

During my study in the university, I absorbed

I read many papers and books on the subject, and attended many

lectures in the university. Because of my hard work, I became one of the best students in my
department.
Pursuing graduate study will be a challenge in my life.

YYY Universitys famous study facilities

and resounded faculty have made YYY an ideal university for me.

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the available financial support of graduate students at YYY University is also a factor when
choosing a university for further study.

The ZZZ department at YYY University is a famous

department, and plays an important role in ZZZ research.

Studying in this department will be

very helpful for my further work.


It is very nice that I have got the admission and full financial support from YYY University,
Canada.

They offer me admission of master in ZZZ, I will work hard to get the degree and

further financial support.


After getting the degree in YYY University, I will come back to China, seeking a job in a Chinese
company.

I wish I could be an engineer, who masters advanced technology.

I will contribute

what I learn to the development of China.

___________________________

__________________________

Date

Signature of Applicant

1 notarized copy of your NO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY CERTIFICATE


1 notarized copy of your SENIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADUATION CERTIFICATE and
TRANSCRIPTS (with the chop or your schools Registrars Office.)
IF YOU ARE YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS, submit:
.1 notarized declaration signed by your parents or legal guardian, stating that arrangements
have been made for a guardian in Canada to act in place of a parent in times of emergency.
.1 notarized declarations signed by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of at least 19
years of age that they will serve as a guardian in lieu of your parents.
1 notarized copy of any UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE DIPLOMA, DEGREE, and
CERTIFICATE granted, plus transcripts for any program for which you are currently enrolled.

Please be advised that, regardless of the level of studies for which you are applying, you should
provide all the required documents as listed in the application kit. This includes your Senior
Middle School Certificate and Transcripts.

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Peking University

19811119999

200358

This is to certify that Xiaoming Wang, male, born on Jan 1,1981, has studied in the Material
Science specialty in the Department of Chemistry Peking University since Sep 1999, and now
is in the 4th year of a four-year graduate program.
Educational Administration Division
Peking University
534

To: Canadian Embassy


Dear Visa Officer:
As a senior undergraduate at present, I have finished all the prescribed courses of Peking
University, and passed all the required examinations. According to the regulations of the Ministry

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of Education of China, I will graduate in June 30, 2003. Only after that can I obtain my final
transcript, Bachelor of Arts Degree and university diploma certificate.
In this application packet, you will find a 6-semester transcript, and an official On Study
Certificate from the Educational Administration Division of Peking University stating that I am a
senior student now. I will submit the notarized copy of my university diploma, B.A. degree and
final transcripts as soon as they are available.
Thank you very much for your consideration!
With sincere regards,
Your name
__________________________

________________________
Date

Signature of Applicant

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1 complete APPLICATION FEE paid in the exact amount (CDN $125 or RMB 700)
1Processing Fees
The current fee for processing of a Study Permit is: 700 Renminbi or $125 Canadian dollars. No
other currencies will be accepted.
Please note: The processing fee is not refundable if your application is refused or withdrawn.
a) Postal Money Order:
Do not send cash by mail. Your postal money order must include your name in pinyin as well as
your date of birth; otherwise we will not be able to match your application to the payment received
from the post office. You must send a photocopy of your Postal Money Order with your
application.
b) Cash:
Cash payment is accepted only when applications are submitted in person at the Canadian
Embassy. The Visa Section is open for the submission of applications from Monday to Thursday,
8:15 to 11:30. Cash payment in Canadian dollars must be in the exact amount payable.
c) Cheque:
The Embassy accepts cheques in Canadian dollars and must be made by international certified
cheque, international bank draft or international money order. These must be in the correct amount
and payable to Receiver General for Canada. The Embassy cannot accept international cheques,
bank drafts and money orders payable to The Canadian Embassy.
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the Receiver General for Canada

4 passport-sized PHOTOGRAPHS (the photos must have been taken within the past six months)
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6 self-addressed MAILING LABELS with your current address in Chinese characters. (Please do
not use envelopes).
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Prove that you have enough money during your stay in Canada to pay for:
.tuition fees;
.living expenses for yourself and accompanying family members; and
.return transportation for yourself and accompanying family members (please see 3.Financial
Support for details);

1
210000kit
You must demonstrate that you will have enough money to pay for transportation, tuition fees,
books, and living expenses for yourself and accompanying family members. Living expenses will

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normally be approximately CDN $10,000 per year for you, about CDN $4,000 per year for an
accompanying spouse or common law partner, and CDN $3,000 for each additional family
member.
310000

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NOTE: If someone other than yourself or your parents are providing funding, attach a letter of
explanation as to why they are assisting, and provide evidence of their financial ability.

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In order to prove that you have sufficient funds, we request the following:
family banking records or receipts for the past 18 months (e.g. interest slips, bank books);
original certificates of deposit (dated within the last 3 months, showing current funds available);
copies of deposit receipts corresponding to certificates of deposit; and
a written explanation of the source of funds.
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: Bosie (), : United_Kingdom


Letter of Supporting
**/**/20**
To: British Embassy
Dear Sir or Madam:
I am the applicant XXXs father/mather and guarantor for his study in Britain, *****(/
). I have been working as the ******() in *************Co. Ltd. since **** with
annual income RMB***, 000 excluding year-end bonus) after tax. For better development in the
future, my son, ******** decided to go to Britain for further study. I am willing to provide my
savings RMB**0, 000 to support my son. I guarantee that my son ****** will have savings
RMB**0, 000 to support himself. I guarantee that my son ****** will have no economic
difficulties in Britain and obey the laws and regulations. I am willing to bear all the responsibility
if any problems happen. Please give kind consideration to my son *****s visa application.
Thanks a lot!
I hereby to guarantee!
***** (/) Signature: ______________

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****

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: mathzhao (Oxford_man), : United_Kingdom


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

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FINANCIAL GUARANTEE
This is a letter of intention to indicate that I have financial capability and I am willing to support
my son/daughter, Mr./Miss. XXX, during his stay in Australia to pursue his postgraduate study for
master's degree in the field of XXX for whatever he may need financially. My support will include
his tuition fees, living costs and travel expense to and from Australia. He will be guaranteed to get
XXX per year. The money will be sent to him by bank draft.
Sincerely yours,
(Signature)

2full name, address and telephone number of the parents


employer; parents length of service, position, salary for the last two years, any bonuses and
additional income.
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funding letterIf you are receiving
any funding from a school in Canada or a governmental organization, submit 1 original letter from
funding body detailing fee amount you are receive during each year of proposed course of study.

1If you are employed, submit 1 original letter of employment.

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2If either or both of your parents own a business or part of a business, submit 1 notarized copy of
the business registration, and recent tax receipts and the most recent audited financial statement of
the business.
3If you have prepaid any fees to the school in Canada, submit 1 copy of official receipt or letter
from the school.
4If someone other than yourself or your parents is providing funding, attach a letter of
explanation as to why they are assisting, and provide evidence of their financial ability.

Do not submit documents or items not requested on the checklists. Please do not submit the
following documents: testimonials or recommendations from teachers, principals, etc., corporate
tax and accounting documentation from your parents places of employment (unless your parents
are the owners or shareholders), brochures from the school in Canada, certificates of awards or
prizes from your school. Such items will have no effect on the processing of your application.
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________________

__________________
LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION

To: Canadian Embassy


Dear Visa Officer:
I would like to apply for study permit, and authorize Mr. Zhijin Wang to submit my application
materials on behalf of me.

Hereby certified,
PERSONAL INFORMATION OF THE APPLICANT
Name:
Gender:
ID card number:
Cell phone number:

E-mail:
PERSONAL INFORMATION OF THE CLIENT
Name:
Gender:
ID card number:
Cell phone number:
E-mail:
Date _________________Signature of Applicant ______________

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1Are you fit and well enough to be interviewed?


2Is this your application form? Do you understand it and did you sign it? And how long? What is
the maximum time you wish to stay (study) there?
3Are you traveling along or with someone else?
4Do you know anyone at all in the United Kingdom?
5Is any of your family outside China now? If so, who are they and where?
6Do you know anyone else who intends to travel to the United Kingdom?
7Do you know anyone you know been refused a visa to go to the United Kingdom?
8Are you one of any political parties in China?
9Have you ever applied for a visa to go to any other country?
10Is this your first time applying for a visa?
11Is this your first time going out of China?
12Why do you want to go to the UK?

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13What will you do in the UK?


14Why do you intend to study in the UK rather than in China?
15What degree will you plan to pursue in the UK?

1What are your tuition fees?


2What about the living expenses? / In addition to tuition fees?
3Do you know how much money does it cost for the entire period of your study?
4Do you have so much money?
5Is the fund available? How much?
6Does it include the stocks?
7Where does the money come from? / Who will pay you money? / Who will pay your courses?
Who will sponsor you?
8What's their annual income? / What's your parents' salary?
9What do your parents do? / How can they support you? / How does the money come from?
10Can you give some description of your father's company?
11Can you give some description of your mother's company?
12Can I look at your bankbooks?
13Can I look at the bank certification?

1Where will you study?


2How did you know the university?
3How much do you know about the school?
4Which subjects will you study? What is your proposed course?
5Which course will you study? What's the course arrangement?
6How many hours will you study per week?
7When is the opening date of school term?
8Where are you going to live in the UK?
9Do you need use English in your work?
10Do you have to take the English courses?
11Have you ever considered other schools while applying? What are they then?
12Then why do you choose *** University?
13Why do you choose *** ? Why do you want to study ***
14How much do you know about your courses?
15What is your last degree obtained?
16When did you graduate?
17What have you studied?
18Can I look at your transcript?
19What are you doing now? / What do you do now?

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1What is your future plan? / What will do after graduation?


2Would you come back after graduation?
3What degree do you intend to achieve after graduation?
4Will you want to immigrate (settle in) to the UK?
5After graduation, will you plan to find a job in the UK?
6In the UK, you will earn much more money than in China. Then why do you say you will come
back to China?
7If a company wants to hire you after graduation, would you come?
8What do you think your future position after your study? And what do you think about your
future salary?

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Multi entry 6 Single entry
LI XIAOMIN

1984 12 1 01 12 1984
M-F-
GUANGDONG

Issuing Government/authority/
P.R.CHINA
Number

Nationality as shown in passport


CHINESE
Document type ORDINARY PASSPORT
Place of issueSHENZHEN
Date of issue
Valid until

Is this your first passport? Yes

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-STUDENT-GOVERNMENT OFFICER,
-MANAGER OF COMPANY,-SALESMAN

What date did you start this job,What is your annual income?

FLAT 301, NO.512, SHENNAN ROAD, SHENZHEN, GUANGDONG, P.R.CHINA


512 301 518000
Tel No. 86-755-1234567
Fax No. 86-755-7654321

Married
SingleDivorcedWidowedSeparated

Full name of spouse


Date of birth
Nationality of spouse
Where is your spouse now ?
Where is your spouse normally resident(
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No, Yes
If yes, please give dates and places of application
No, Yes
If yes, please give dates and lengths of each stay
a. IM2E
b. IM2E
c.
d.
e.
f.
P.R.CHINA
Residence Permit No./
Date of issue
Valid until
5 YEARS AND 4 MONTHS

YesNo(

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Nationality of sponsor
Address, Telephone number (
Resident in UK since

Occupation
Relationship to you
TUTORMY SON
MY DAUGHTER
No
No,
P.R.CHINA
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GREAT HORTON ROAD
BRADFORDWEST YORKSHIRE BD7 1AY
DIPLOMA OF JUNIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL YEAR TWO
OF SENIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL
ONE TERM GENERAL ENGLISH COURSE2
YEARS GCE A-LEVELS MATHS, COMPUTING, BUSINESS STUDIES 3 YEARS
BA(HONS)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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3Religion ( free thinker
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