Rights and obligations of international students
Some of the rights of international students are:
(1) Participate in the activities arranged in education plan of the university and use the education resources provided by the university;
(2) Participate in community service, take part-time job, organize and join in student societies on campus and engage in sports and entertainment;
(3) Apply for scholarships, grants and student loans;
(4) Get a fair evaluation in terms of moral character, academic achievement and other aspects, and obtain corresponding diplomas and degree certificates after completing the course stipulated by the university;
(5) Have objections to the sanction or punishment imposed by the university, make complaint to the university and education administrative departments; make complaint or bring a lawsuit if their legitimate rights and interests are infringed by the university or faculty;
(6) Other rights stipulated by laws and regulations.
International students have obligations to the school and the society, including:
(1) To comply with the China's Constitution and the Basic Law;
(2) To comply with university rules;
(3) To study hard and complete the required courses;
(4) To pay tuition fee and relevant expenses, and fulfill the corresponding obligations concerning obtaining student loans and grants;
(5) To comply with student code of conduct, respect teachers, and develop good moral character and habits;
(6) Other obligations stipulated by laws and regulations.