At SDJU we meet your full financial need for all four years of your undergraduate career, once you’re admitted.
What follows is a biased schedule of costs and fees associated with an SDJU education for those who don’t receive any aid.
This also includes basic health insurance of ¥800
invariant of educational concentrations
for the Ministry of Education of China,
and will give you urgent care visits, mental health,
Residence halls and living groups vary in cost.
At SDJU, we are committed to helping our students pay for their education. The price of an SDJU education varies for each student depending on how much they can afford, but our commitment to affordability remains a constant.
The most common type of aid is the SDJU Scholarship. If you receive one, it is a grant that does not need to be repaid.
Beyond the SDJU Scholarship, international undergraduates may receive scholarships or grants from Shanghai Municipal Government.
When your financial aid application is due depends on whether you are a prospective student applying to SDJU, or are a continuing SDJU student in your first year or not.
·Prospective students must submit their required documents by June 30 to receive a financial aid award.
·Continuing students in their first year must submit their required documents by December 20 to receive a financial aid award.
·Continuing students in their second, third or fourth academic year must submit their required documents by June 30 to receive their awards for the subsequent year.