East China Normal University (上海华东师范大学)
Add.: North Zhongshan Road Campus, 3663 N. Zhongshan Rd.,Shanghai 200062
Founded in Shanghai in October 1951, East China
Normal University (ECNU) is one of the most prestigious
universities in China and is sponsored by the national programs
“Project 211” and “Project 985”. With a total area of over 207
hectares, ECNU has long been reputed as a Garden University for
its beautiful campus scenes.
ECNU boasts two State Key Labs, one National Engineering Research Center, one National Field Observation and Research Station, seven Key Labs or Engineering Centers, six Key Research Bases for Humanities and Social Sciencesand one Base for Strategic Studies of the Ministry of Education, and one International Cooperation Laboratory of the Ministry of Education. It also has 10 Key Labs or Engineering Centers, seven Social Sciences Innovation Bases and Studios, and two university think-tanks for Shanghai Municipality.
ECNU attaches great importance to the internationalization of its development and enjoys a wide influence and an excellent reputation around the world. The university has established exchange and cooperative partnerships with more than 200 internationally renowned universities and academic institutions. ECNU is one of the Chinese universities that first began establishing Confucius Institutes with foreign universities and institutions. So far, the university has set up 9 Confucius Institutes around the world.
For guest room reservation in the university, please contact email@example.com or tel.: 021-62233518. You can also book in other hotels around the university via Bookingor Agoda.
Note: The registration fee does not cover the accommodation. It is suggested that you should do an early reservation.
Conference participants may need a Chinese visa to enter
China. Specifically, those who are not Chinese citizens, except
passport holders from Singapore, Brunei, and Japan, need a
Chinese visa. Participants can apply for a visa at the Chinese
embassy or consulate in the region in which they live. To avoid
uncertainty, participants will be advised to apply for a visa as
early as possible. It is recommended that they apply for a
Chinese visa at least 1 month in advance.
For most attendees, it is easier to apply for a Tourist ("L") visa; an invitation letter is NOT required for obtaining a Tourist visa.
If some participants need another type of visa that does require an invitation letter, the DMIP 2019 local arrangement committee will be glad to help. To obtain an invitation letter, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, together with your registration, and in the case of being an author, your accepted paper ID. The Conference Secretary will then send a formal visa application form via airmail or fax with which the participants can apply for a visa.
Necessary Materials to Apply for Chinese Visa
»A passport which is valid for at least six months following the date of submission, with an entire blank page available for the visa;
Please note DMIP is not authorized to assist with the VISA process beyond providing the Notification of Acceptance Letter and Invitation Letter (after registration) issued by the DMIP Committee Board.
Should your application be denied, DMIP cannot change the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nor will DMIP engage in discussion or correspondence with the MOFA or the Embassy on behalf of the applicant. The registration fee cannot be refunded when the VISA application of individual being denied.