The following guide is provided to ensure that all International Students (Hereinafter referred to as “the students”) at Xi’an International University (Hereinafter referred to as “the University” or “XAIU”) have read and are aware of expectations, local laws and university rules.
International students must abide by the laws of the Chinese government as well as XAIU specific regulations. Students are also expected to respect public ethics and social customs in China.
The University invites and encourages students to participate in extracurricular activities organized by the student union. Information about student organizations and campus activities will be available during orientation. Orientation to XAIU will be held within two days after your arrival on campus. There are several major Chinese festivals in which students are also encouraged to participate during their stay in China.
The University respects the ethics, customs and religious beliefs of our International students, but does not provide a venue for religious activities. Proselytizing and religious gatherings are strictly prohibited on campus.
Students are not permitted to engage in trade or other business endeavors while pursuing their studies on campus, but they are encouraged to participate in work-study programs as stipulated by the University. Information about work-study opportunities is available from the International Center office on campus. Occasional tutoring work is permitted so long as it does not interfere with a student’s studies and personal learning experience.
Students can bring into and send out of China whatever personal items they deem necessary so long as they are in accord with relevant laws and regulations of the Chinese authorities.