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Chapter VI Students of Higher Education Institutions
2005-01-27

Article 53 Students of higher education institutions shall abide by laws and regulations, observe norms of conduct for students and the management systems of the schools, respect teachers, work hard in their studies, build up their physiques and the concepts of patriotism, collectivism and socialism, diligently study Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought and Deng xiaoping Theory, have sound ideology and moral character, grasp a comparatively high level of scientific and cultural knowledge and specialized skills.

The lawful rights and interests of students of higher education institutions shall be protected by law.

Article 54 Students of higher education institutions shall pay the tuition fees according to the regulations of the State.

Students from families with financial difficulties may apply for subsidies or reduction of or exemption from such fees.

Article 55 The State establishes scholarships and encourages higher education institutions, enterprises, institutions, institutions, public organizations or groups and individuals to establish scholarships in a variety of ways in accordance with the relevant regulations of the State -to be awarded to students of good character and scholarship, students in specialities specified by the State and students going to work in State-assigned areas.

The State establishes work-study fund and student loans for students of higher education institutions and encourages higher education institutions, enterprises, institutions, public organizations or groups and individuals to establish stipends in a variety of ways to provide assistance for students who come from families with financial difficulties.

Students receiving student loans or stipends shall fulfill corresponding obligations.

Article 56 Students of higher education institutions may take part in community services and work-study activities during their spare time, provided that this does not prevent them from completing their studies.

Higher education institutions shall encourage and support students to take part in community services and work-study activities, and provide guidance and exercise control in this respect.

Article 57 Students of a higher education institution may form their own organizations. In school. Student organiations shall conduct their activities within the limits defined by laws and regulations and obey leadership and control of the school authorities.

Article 58 Students of higher education institutions shall be permitted to graduate, if they are qualified in their ideology and moral character, have completed study of the courses required during the required length of schooling, and have passed the examinations or got all the credits required.

Article 59 Higher education institutions shall provide guidance and services with respect to job opportunities for graduates and students who have completed certain courses.

The State encourages graduates of higher education institutions to go and work in outlying areas and places where conditions are hard.

National People's Congress


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