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Information about SDC in China

In the Welcome to SDC guide you can find information about campus, the area, facilities available at the SDC office, teaching schedule and much more.
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Arranging your travel to China

Read important information about how to get a visa, invitation letter, accommodation in China, traveling with research equipment, etc.

Before applying for a visa for China you need to fill out the Application Letter Invitation Form and send it to UCAS, so they can return an invitation letter that you need when applying for a visa. Please note that the processing time for an invitation letter is 60 days. Read more about what to do in the document Arranging your travel to China.

Invitation Letter of Duly Authorized Unit

The Invitation Letter of Duly Authorized Unit issued by Chinese Academy of Sciences is required when applying for F-visa if your nationality is of the following 27 nations/countries:

Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Libya, Mali, South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia, Tunisia, Lebanon, Algeria, Kenya, Cameroon, Chad, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Iran, Congo, Ghana.

Procedure change for visa application

On 4 October 2018 the Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Copenhagen changed their procedure for requesting a visa for China. The center now has to capture applicants’ fingerprints on behalf of Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Denmark in accordance with Chinese laws and regulations.

This means that you will have to show up in person at the center in Copenhagen in order to get the application process underway.

Moodle

Moodle is SDC's teaching platform and this is where you upload teaching material, assignments and much more.

Funding guide and R&D network

Click here to download the funding guide from Innovation Centre Denmark, Shanghai.

The guide gives an overview of the publically financed funding opportunities for researchers based at Danish institutions, working or wanting to work with Chinese counterparts.


Click here to download the ICDK analysis from Innovation Centre Denmark, Shanghai.

The report provides a mapping of current development and activities in the Chinese R&D. The analysis aims at unfolding the many opportunities of collaboration with relevant stakeholders in China.

Compensation and invoicing

The Danish universities can receive compensation from the Danish SDC Office for activities carried out within the framework of the SDC cooperation in 2018.

Find the guidelines about compensation and invoicing here.