第十章 旅 游
①成绩优异奖。一等奖：每学年末平均成绩在90 分以上且综合排名中的前两名语言生，每学年末平均成绩在80分以上的学历生；二等奖：每学年期末平均成绩在85 分以上且综合排名中的各班第1名语言生，每学年期末平均成绩在75 分以上的学历生；三等奖：每学年期末平均成绩在85 分以上且综合排名中的各班第2、3名的语言生，每学年期末平均成绩在70 分以上的学历生。
第十三章 离 校
第十四章 附 则
Provisions of GDUT on the Administration of Overseas Students
The present Provisions are formulated in accordance with relevant regulations promulgated by the higher competent authorities, and in the light of the actual situation in Guangdong University of Technology with a view to strengthening the administration of overseas students, and facilitating international exchanges and cooperation.
Chapter I Administration and Services
Article 1. The administration of overseas students shall be put under centralized management by university Foreign Affairs Office.
Article 2. University Academic Affairs Division, Postgraduate Department shall be in charge of the administration of degree overseas students’ registration and academic record, and auditing the teaching plans of relevant departments admitting overseas students. Foreign Affairs Office shall be in charge of Chinese Language overseas students’ enrollment, educating and daily administration.
Article 3. Relevant departments shall be responsible to implement the educating and administration of degree overseas students.
Article 4. Students’ affairs division, postgraduate department and relevant departments are responsible to carry out the daily administration of degree overseas students.
Article 5. University Foreign Affairs Office is responsible for overseas students’ enrollment, foreign affairs, visa applying and other documentation issues. University Foreign Affairs Office shall, in collaboration with Academic Affairs Division, Postgraduate Department and other relevant departments, organize periodical seminars, sightseeing, extracurricular activities and other academic and non-academic activities for overseas students.
Article 6. University Foreign Affairs Office is responsible for providing accommodation and other daily services to overseas students in collaboration with university logistic departments.
Chapter II Codes of Conduct
Article 7. All overseas students shall abide by Chinese laws and regulations and relevant provisions stipulated by Guangdong University of Technology.
Article 8. All overseas students are expected to finish their study in GDUT wholeheartedly not to involve in religion propaganda, business or other activities undermining his/her study. Students with an X visa shall not be employed, or hired for any part-time job while studying in GDUT.
Article 9. Chinese custom and social mores shall be honored and respected by all overseas students.
Article 10. Overseas students are expected to participate in sports and other extra-curriculum activities to improve mental health as well as physical heath.
Article 11. Overseas students are responsible to take care of public property; due indemnity shall be charged in the event of public property vandalism.
Article 12. Overseas students shall decently dressed, sanitation- oriented and behave in an appropriate way.
Article 13. Students are expected to maintain and strengthen the friendships between students’ native countries and China; mutual respects and friendships among students, teaching faculty members and administration staffs are anticipated.
Article 14. Overseas students shall abide by relevant public security provisions. No alcoholism, gambling, drug taking, fighting or, watching and transmitting of reactionary, obscene audio-visual products is allowed. No overseas student is allowed to propagandize any religion in China. Students shall not engage in any on-campus propaganda or other gathering and activities unrelated to study unless otherwise authorized by university.
Chapter III Tuition and Fees
Article 15. Degree overseas students shall pay up his/her tuition and lodging fee within the following week after the admission registration (in terms of US dollar, HK dollar or RMB). Students with a schooling length less than one semester shall pay the tuition for one semester; students with a schooling length ranging from one semester to one academic year shall pay the tuition for one academic year. No registration is granted unless tuition and fees are paid up. Lodging fee is refundable and only refundable on a monthly basis in the event of study completion, suspension of schooling or withdrawal from school. Chinese Language students shall pay his/her tuition on the basis of the actual schooling length.
Article 16. Tuition is not refundable in the event of drop-out, withdrawal from school or school expulsion. Full semester tuition shall be paid in the event of midway reentry or admission during the semester. The lodging fee shall be paid according to the lodging time calculated on a daily basis.
Chapter IV Enrollment and Registration
Article 17. New students shall register with university Foreign Affairs Office along with such documents as visa, acceptance letter and foreigner physical examination form during the stipulated time. Students shall hand in six copies of 2-inch document photo against white in color for documentation uses when registering. (Such costs of documentation shall be at students’ own expenditure). Should any new student can not make to register during the stipulated time, he/she shall inform the university in writing or by phone within two weeks, failing which the student shall be deprived of the admission qualification.
Article 18. New students shall have their foreigner physical examination form verified by Guangzhou municipal health and epidemic prevention station. Students failing such verification shall have certain physical check items re-examined or undergo a new physical checkup by designated hospitals (the checkup cost shall at the students’ own expenditure). Students whose physical conditions fail to live up health standards shall not be registered.
Article 19. New students shall apply for foreigner residence permit to Guangzhou Municipal Bureau of Public Security within 30 days after entering China.
Article 20. Students shall register with his/her departments or postgraduate department during the stipulated time each semester. Should any student can not make to register during the stipulated time, he/she shall inform related department in due time, failing which the student shall be deemed as being absent from school; delayed registration lasting more than two weeks shall be deemed as a voluntary withdrawal form school.
Chapter V Attendance and Disciplines
Article 21. Overseas students shall attend classes according to his/her major and faculty curriculum. Students shall abide by classroom disciplines and attend class on time; no absence, delay or earlier withdrawal is allowed.
Article 22. Should, for certain reasons, it become necessary for students to ask for leave, he/she shall apply for it by producing an application report (plus a doctor report in the event of illness leave). Leaves for 3 days shall be granted by head teacher; leaves lasting from 3 days to one week shall be granted by dean and filed with university Foreign Affairs Office; leaves lasting from one week to two week shall be granted by Academic Affairs Division and filed with university Foreign Affairs Office; leaves lasting for more than two weeks shall be granted by competent university leaders.
Article 23. The leaves each student can take shall not exceed one third of the total semester periods, failing which shall be deemed as a school suspension.
Article 24. Leave unauthorized or earlier withdrawal from school without leave at the semester’ end shall be deemed as absence from school.
Article 25. University awards scholarships to students who abide by school provisions and excel in academic study.
Article 26. Overseas students shall have summer/winter vacations and Chinese legal holidays. He/she can apply to relevant departments for leaves lasting for a couple of days on the occasion of his/her national holidays.
Article 27. Should any student violate Chinese laws and regulations, the Public Security Administration is entitled to investigate his/her criminal liability pursuant to relevant laws; GDUT shall impose due punishment in accordance with the merits of the case.
Chapter VI Academic Administration
Article 28. The academic administration of overseas undergraduate students.
i)The academic administration of undergraduate students in GDUT is organized in an academic credit system. Overseas undergraduate students shall not graduate before he/she has finished all courses prescribed and has passed all the exams necessary for graduation, and has fulfilled graduation requirements. After fulfilling the requirements stipulated by the Academic Degree Regulations of the People's Republic of China, he/she shall be awarded the degree of Bachelor.
ii) Overseas undergraduate students are exempted from courses such as Marxist Theories, Education of Ideology and Politics, and military science pursuant to relevant provisions promulgated by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China. The minimum credits for overseas students to graduate equal the total credits prescribed for his/her major minus the credits of the exempted courses.
iii) The following courses are prescribed as:
a) Advanced Chinese (writing inclusive) is a compulsory course set up with 2 credits for 32 periods. The course shall be scheduled in the first and second semester.
b) A glimpse on China is a compulsory course set up with 3 credits for 48 periods. The course shall be scheduled in the third semester.
c) Physical Education is compulsory.
d) Non-English majors are not required to take national College English Test; the score of English test shall not be taken as a premise for diploma and degree applying.
iv) Early graduation shall be granted provided the overseas undergraduate student’ academic excellence and the credit requirement for graduation are achieved and fulfilled. Overseas students’ schooling length can be extended should he/she can not finish the study in the prescribed four years or five years.
v) Certain flexible measures are applicable in course assessment for overseas undergraduate students; such measures include a combination of written and oral tests, interview, and an appropriate extension in exam taking time.
vi) Given the complex cultural backgrounds of overseas students, competent departments shall offer overseas student with help concerning learning in China. Tutorial system shall be available should it become necessary for overseas student; Chinese students with outstanding academic performance shall be available to offer help.
vii) The administration of overseas undergraduate student’s student status registration and degree management shall be carried out in accordance with the Provisions of GDUT on Student Status Registration and Degree Management unless otherwise stipulated.
Article 29. The academic administration of overseas postgraduate students.
1) The schooling length for overseas students studying for mater’s degrees in GDUT lasts for 3years in general. Overseas postgraduates shall finish his/her academic courses and degree thesis writing within the prescribed time. The premises for degree thesis oral defense include minimum credits of 32 credits and a completion of all prescribed courses. Students with a score below 70 for a compulsory course, or a score below 60 for an optional course shall fail the course and be deprived of the course’s credits. The courses and minimum credits are stipulated as follows:
i) Compulsory courses. Compulsory courses usually comprise three or four elemental courses and academic courses with a total credit number of 12. The two courses Chinese Language and A glimpse on China entail a Chinese Language competence being able to carry out daily communication as well as to understand academic literatures. The Chinese Language is set up with 4 credits while A glimpse on China 3 credits.
b) Optional courses. Overseas postgraduate Students shall choose three to five optional courses according to his/her academic backgrounds; the minimum credits required for optional courses are 11 credits.
ii) Postgraduate students from Asia and Africa shall mainly focus on the study of academic courses, which is supplemented by thesis writing; postgraduate students from other areas shall attach equal importance to academic courses’ study and thesis writing. All postgraduate students shall hand in degree thesis writing plan and present it to the academic panel for appraisal. The thesis writing process can only be initiated after the academic panel gives its consent.
iii) The schooling length for overseas students studying for doctorates in GDUT lasts for three or four years in general. Degree courses for a doctorate are prescribed as follows:
a) A glimpse on China is set up with 3 credits. Should the student further his/her doctorate study after obtaining the mater degree in GDUT, he/she shall be exempted from the course and register the previous course score.
b) Elemental courses and academic courses comprise three or four courses. Doctorate students are required to master solid and extensive basic theories as well as systematic academic knowledge.
c) Doctorate students are required to study a foreign language apart from his/her native language and Chinese. His/her foreign language competence shall be good enough to understand academic literatures.
Among the above prescribed courses, courses in category a) and b) require a minimum score of 70 to pass, while courses in category c) require a minimum score of 60. Students shall only be entitled to degree dissertation oral defense after he/she has finished all courses and has passed all exams.
iv) Doctorate students shall, under supervisor’s guidance, collect research materials and determine research topic according to his/her academic direction after being admitted. He/she shall draft a topic selection report and present it to faculty academic panel; such a topic selection report is subject to necessary adjustments and modifications. Doctorate students shall inform the faculty academic panel of the writing progress achieved in different phases periodically for faculty members’ guidance and help.
v) In principle, official languages designated for thesis (dissertation) writing and oral defense are Chinese and English.
Article 30. Should school suspension, withdrawal from school, school transfer or schooling length extension become necessary for overseas students, he/she shall apply for it. Formalities clearing for such processes shall only be carried out after consent is granted.
Chapter VII Library Issues.
Article 31. Overseas students shall keep a deposit with library when applying for reader’s card. Such a deposit shall be refundable after the card and all books are returned. Students shall also bring along the deposit receipt whereby the deposit is refundable.
Article 32. Overseas students shall take care of library books; no vandalism is allowed.
Article 33. Due indemnity shall be charged for library book damage or loss incurred. The library card is only applicable to the card bearer. No lending or borrowing is allowed.
Article 34. Maximum books and lending duration managements are subject to pursuant provisions stipulated by the university library.
Chapter VIII Lodging Administration
Article 35. University Foreign Affairs Office shall be in charge of overseas students’ lodging administration in collaboration with Dormitory Administration Office. GDUT do not offer lodging services for couples.
Article 36. Overseas students are responsible to keep dormitories clean and in order. Dormitory lending and stranger overnight stay are strictly prohibited.
Article 37. Indoor facility, apparatus and furniture shall not be refitted and abandoned. Unauthorized lock installing or refitting is not allowed. Students shall keep a deposit with the university for lodging, which shall be refundable after indoor apparatuses and municipal facilities are checked on. It is students’ responsibility to take care of indoor apparatuses and public property. In case of any damage or loss incurred, due indemnity should be charged.
Article 38. Overseas students are responsible to be fire prevention minded and to abide by relevant fire fighting provisions. In the event of a fire accident, GDUT reserves the right to investigate the economical and criminal liability of the person(s) involved in accordance with the merits of the case.
Article 39. Overseas students shall be resources-saving conscious, and abide by relevant provisions on power utilization. Excessive power consumption shall be charged in a timely manner according to pursuant regulations.
Article 40. Should students move out for off-campus lodging, he/she shall go through off-campus lodging formalities and have the address on foreigner residence permit changed by Public Security Bureau. Failing of such, the university shall refuse to grant the application neither to refund the lodging fee.
Article 41. Should it become necessary for students to rent off-campus lodging, he/she shall go through legal formalities for it, register it with local public security authorities, and file it with university Foreign Affairs Office. Should students change his/her residence, he/she shall re-file it with university Foreign Affairs Office within one week.
Chapter IX Medical Care
Article 42. Overseas students shall have a physical checkup before entering China, certified by a health certificate living up to the requirements prescribed by Chinese health and sanitary authorities. Failing of such, the students shall have their physical checkups tested by designated hospitals. Students having certain diseases making it inappropriate for him/her to continue his/her study in China shall leave for homeland immediately.
Article 43. The medical care cost shall be at the students’ own expenditure. Students shall produce student ID certificates when seeing doctors in the university hospital.
Article 44. The cost incurred by fatal accidents resulting from violating relevant university provisions and regulations shall be covered by the student(s) involved.
Chapter X Travel
Article 45. Should overseas students travel in China on holidays, he/she shall inform the university Foreign Affairs Office of the travel itinerary in advance. Students shall abide by relevant provisions on travel promulgated by Chinese public security authorities.
Chapter XI Scholarships
Article 46. Scholarships for overseas students.
I) Scholarships are set up to award overseas students excelling in academic study as well as in character and morals, including both degree overseas students and long term Chinese Language students (with a minimum study length of one semester).
II) Scholarships set up for overseas students fall into two categories, and are granted pursuant to relevant scholarship standards stipulated by GDUT as follows:
i) Scholarships for outstanding academic achievements.
The first rank scholarship is to be granted to the first two Chinese Language students in comprehensive ranking with his/her average academic year score over 90; the same scholarship shall be granted to degree overseas students with his/her average academic year score over 80 as well. The second rank scholarship is to be granted to the Chinese Language student finishing first in the class comprehensive ranking with his/her average academic year score over 85; the same scholarship shall be granted to degree overseas students with his/her average academic year score over 75 as well. The third rank scholarship is to be granted to the two Chinese Language students finishing second and third in the class comprehensive ranking with his/her average academic year score over 85; the same scholarship shall be granted to degree overseas students with his/her average academic year score over 70 as well.
ii) Scholarship for HSK achievement.
The HSK scholarship is set up to award Chinese Language students achieving over HSK8 (HSK8 included) in HSK test (Language students only).
Chapter XII Graduation and Completion
Article 47. Overseas degree students shall be awarded the diploma and degree after he/she has finished all course credits prescribed and has passed degree thesis (dissertation) oral defense; overseas students who have studied all courses but fail to earn the credits prescribed shall only be awarded the certificate of completion; overseas students who fail to finish the courses prescribed shall only be awarded the certificate of study with his/her schooling duration specified.
Article 48. Overseas students having in-service training in GDUT shall be granted the certificate of in-service training after he/she has presented research design to supervisor, and in turn the research design has been recognized.
Article 49. Chinese language students shall be granted the certificate of advanced study after he/she has attended all classes and has passed the exams prescribed; Chinese language student who fail the exams or are absent from the exams shall only be granted the certificate of attendance.
Chapter XIII University Leaving
Article 50. Overseas students shall, with University Leaving Checklist, return university apparatuses, books, student ID certificate, and medical card upon his/her graduation or completion. Students can only leave after the University Leaving Checklist having been verified by university Foreign Affairs Office.
Article 51. Overseas students shall inform university Foreign Affairs Office one day prior to his/her leaving date; lodging fee balance shall be settled after indoor dormitory apparatuses have been checked and the dormitory key been returned.
Article 52. Overseas students shall leave the university within two weeks upon his/her graduation or completion. Should, for certain reasons, overseas students have to defer the leaving, he/she shall apply to university Foreign Affairs Office for grant. Nevertheless, overseas students in such a case shall not extend his/her residence permit or visa in the name of a overseas student of GDUT.
Chapter XIV Supplementary Articles
Article 53. The present provisions shall come into force as of June 30, 2007. The former Provisions of GDUT on the Administration of Overseas Students shall be abrogated as of the same date.
Article 54. The right to the interpretation of the present provisions shall reside in university Foreign Affairs Office, Academic Affairs Division and Postgraduate Department.
留 学 生 守 则
Codes and Rules of GDUT on Overseas Students
1.All overseas students shall abide by Chinese laws and regulations as well as relevant provisions stipulated by Guangdong University of Technology; Chinese custom and social mores shall also be honored and respected. Respect for teaching faculty members and administration staffs, interdependency, friendship and unity among students are expected to contribute to cultivating a harmonious and enterprising ambience for learning.
2.Tuition for students studying for one year or more than one year shall be paid up on an academic yearly basis; tuition for students studying for one semester shall be paid up at the beginning of the semester, and tuition for students studying for a short-term program shall be paid up in accordance with his/her study time. The tuition paid shall not be refunded or forwarded in the event of drop-out or school transfer. GDUT will help overseas students apply for visa or residence permit in accordance with his/her schooling duration and the tuition paid up.
3.New students who has existing Chinese language learning experience shall take a Chinese proficiency test organized by GDUT on which, theoretically, class grouping will be carried out (exclusive of students without such an experience). Should any overseas student have special needs in class grouping, he/she shall inform the teaching faculty in time.
4.GDUT issues student ID certificate to students whose schooling durations last for more than three months. Application for such certificates entails one-inch photo in duplicate, each with such information as name, age and nationality inscribed in the back.
5.All overseas students are expected to finish their study in GDUT wholeheartedly. Students with an X visa shall not be employed, or hired for any part-time job while studying in China.
6.Overseas students shall strictly abide by university regulations, provisions and classroom codes. Undisciplined deeds such as being late for school, being absent from class, earlier withdrawal, smoking, snack taking, noise making and reckless movement in class are strictly prohibited. Should any student fail to comply with the provisions and codes, lecturers are entitled to giving him/her a reproval. Failing of such, the university may circulate a notice of criticism or take disciplinary actions pursuant to relevant regulations.
7.University library and the reading room under Chinese Language Educational Center are open to overseas students provided a sum of CNY 200 is deposited by overseas students for each reader’s card. The deposit is refundable after all books are returned at the end of students’ schooling time. Students shall apply to Chinese Language Educational Center for internet access should it become necessary.
8.Should, for certain reasons, overseas students can not manage to attend class, he/she shall ask for leave in advance and return for school during the granted period. For leave of one day, he/she can apply to lecturer in writing; for leave amounting to more than one day, he/she shall apply to Chinese Language Educational Center. Student failing to apply shall be deemed as being absent from school. Leave taking reason shall be truthfully stated, failing which the students shall shoulder all consequences.
9.Should students be absent from a compulsory course for more than one third of its total periods, or be absent from an optional course for more than half of its total periods, he/she shall be deprived of the right to take the course examination. Should the classes a student absent from amount to one third of the total periods of all courses, he/she shall be deprived of the right to take any examination. Students who fail one examination shall not be entitled to receiving a Certificate of Completion.
10.Overseas students shall have summer/winter vacations and Chinese legal holidays. He/she can apply to Chinese Language Educational Center for leaves lasting for a couple of days on the occasion of their own national holidays. Overseas students may travel on holidays and weekends provided he/she inform the Chinese Language Educational Center in writing before hand. No travel is allowed on school days.
11.Should issuing service of documents such as affidavit of education, recommendation letter and visa become necessary for overseas students, he/she shall inform competent administration staffs in university Foreign Affairs Office. Students whose leave and absented classes aggregate to seventy periods are deprived of such document issuing services.
12.All overseas students shall be covered by medical care insurance, which shall be against hospitalization and accident injuries at least. The insurance premium shall be at the students’ own expenditure. Should it become necessary for overseas students to subscribe insurance in China, he/she can request GDUT to act as an agent. Overseas students shall hand in a manifesto in writing should he/she do no need such insurance. The liabilities of any injury or accident occurred out of reasons irrelevant to GDUT shall be self-funded students’ own responsibility.
13.No overseas student is allowed to propagandize any religion in China. Students shall not engage in any on-campus propaganda unless otherwise authorized by GDUT.
14.Campus lodging students shall abide by relevant provisions on dormitory administration. Should off-campus lodging become necessary, overseas students shall file an application for it; he/she shall be held accountable should any interpersonal disputes or personal/property security problems arises during off-campus lodging.
15.Should any overseas student violate Chinese laws and regulations, the Public Security Bureau is entitled to investigate his/her criminal liability pursuant to relevant laws; GDUT shall impose due punishment in accordance with the merits of the case.
Provisions of GDUT on the Administration of Overseas Student Dormitory
Article 1. All dormitory inhabitants shall abide by Chinese laws and regulations as well as relevant provisions formulated by GDUT. Gambling, drug taking, fighting and other disciplinary offences are strictly prohibited. Foreigners studying in China or without a residence permit shall not be employed in China unless otherwise permitted by competent administration authorities.
Article 2. In principle, two inhabitants shall share one room. Should, for certain reasons, it becomes necessary for any inhabitant to occupy one entire room, he/she shall apply to Dormitory Administration Office. Such an application shall be granted on conditions that vacant rooms exist and the full rent for the entire room be paid up. Vacant rooms shall be at the disposal of Dormitory Administration Office.
Article 3. Inhabitants shall deposit a sum of CNY 1,000 before applying indoor apparatuses and filling in the Temporary Lodging Registration Form. The lodging fee shall be handed in before inhabitants check in. Should, for certain reasons, installment payment become necessary for any inhabitant, he/she shall apply for it in writing together with a Timely Payment Guarantee. A surcharge of CNY 30/day shall be imposed on any deferred payment. Inhabitant shall inform Dormitory Administration Office three days prior to the checking out date. The deposit shall be refundable after indoor apparatuses and municipal facilities are checked on. It is the inhabitant’s responsibility to take care of indoor apparatuses and public property. In case of any damage or loss occurred to such properties, due indemnity should be charged.
Article 4. Inhabitants should keep the dormitory building in order and clean. Pet keeping, loud stereo playing and hubbub are not allowed in dormitory lest they should disturb other people. Unauthorized lock installing, illegitimate cohabitation are strictly prohibited.
Article 5. All inhabitants are responsible to be fire prevention minded not to keep any inflammable or explosive in dormitory. Gas power or high-power gadget using, and unauthorized power wiring are strictly prohibited for the purpose of safety. In event of a fire accident, GDUT reserves the right to investigate the economical and criminal liability of the person(s) involved in accordance with the merits of the case. Inhabitants shall be resources-saving conscious, and foot the electricity bill in a timely manner. Inhabitants are responsible to take care of his/her personal property and to make sure that dormitory doors and windows are well shut while being out; any loss to personal property due to personal indiscretion should be at inhabitants’ own risk.
Article 6. Should, for certain reasons, it become necessary for any inhabitant to stay out, he/she shall, with a permit issued by Chinese Language Educational Center, register with Dormitory Administration Office in due time. He/she shall report to Dormitory Administration Office and university Foreign Affaires Office when travel outside Guangzhou or China is necessary. Inhabitant shall assume all the consequences for failing to report.
Article 7. Inhabitants shall choose his/her lodging duration in a careful manner and pay the lodging fee in advance. Lodging fee will be charged in vacations should vacation lodging become necessary for the inhabitant. Students whose studying time lasts more than half a year is entitled to one extra-month lodging for free on condition that all his/her tuition and lodging fees are paid up in advance (exclusive of drop-outs). The lodging fee is refundable and only refundable on a monthly basis
Article 8. The front gate of dormitory building is open 6:15 am --11:30 pm from Sunday to Thursday, 6:15 am --12:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. Inhalants shall produce his/her ID certificates while entering the lodging building. Registration with Dormitory Administration Office is required should non-lodging students enter the dormitory building. Visitor shall register with the Dormitory Administration Office before entering. All visitors shall leave before 10:30 pm, and a nullification of registration shall be completed with the administration office, failing which the Dormitory Administration Office shall be entitled to inspect the dormitory.
Article 9. GDUT is responsible for the maintenances of the lodging community. Security, indoor facility maintenance shall be available at 020-37626036 and 020-37628083 respectively. Should an inhabitant fail to manage to attend any indoor maintenance, dormitory administration staff shall attend to provide surveillance on behalf of the inhabitant. Daily drinking water delivery service shall be available from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
Article 10. Inhabitant shall vacate his/her room within the stipulated period should he/she stops being a student of GDUT. The remaining content shall be at the disposal of GDUT.
Article 11. Punishments ranging from fine, warning, disciplinary procedure and expulsion are to be imposed on person(s) involved in violating the aforesaid terms in accordance with the merits of the case. Lodging fee is not refundable in the event of an expulsion from dormitory; immediate repatriation is required in the event of a school expulsion.
甲方（学校）： 乙方：（住宿生） （房号）
年 月 日 年 月 日
Overseas Students Campus Lodging Agreement
Hello! Welcome you to lodge our student apartment building. We’ll try our best serve you at home. With your help and co-operation, we will make dormitory in good order.
This Agreement is entered into by and between GUANGDONG UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY of the one part (hereinafter referred to as Party A) and , who is an overseas student studying in GDUT, of the other part (hereinafter referred to as Party B) in reference to the followings:
Party A provides overseas student lodging and housing services to Party B.
Party B chooses the campus lodging and housing services provided by Party A.
It is the intention of the TWO Parties to cooperate in a joint effort to create and keep a harmonious, well-regulated lodging environment.
WHEREFORE the two parties agree as follows:
Duties of Party A:
1. It is Party A’s responsibility to provide basic lodging facilities such as desk, lamp, chair, bed and wardrobe, etc.
2. Party A shall be responsible for the maintenance of the related public sanitation facilities.
3. In case of any natural damage occurred to indoor facilities, Party A shall provide maintenance service to Party B; such a service shall be available at 020-37628083.
4. Party A shall be responsible for the security in the lodging community; security service shall be available at 020-37626036.
5. Party A shall be responsible for bottled drinking water delivery, which is available daily from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Water delivery person shall produce his/her work certificate while entering student’s dormitory for the purpose of safety.
Duties of Party B:
1.Party B shall abide by Chinese laws, regulations and relevant regulations formulated by GDUT; illegal activities such as gambling, drug abuse, alcoholism and fighting is strictly prohibited. No overseas student shall engage in activities unrelated to study.
2.Party B shall produce ID certificates while entering his/her own lodging building. Registration with Dormitory Administration Office is required should Party B enter other lodging buildings. No stranger is allowed to enter the lodging building unless otherwise permitted.
3.Party B is responsible to pay a deposit prior to applying for indoor apparatuses upon checking in; Party B shall inform Dormitory Administration Office three days prior to the checking out date. The deposit shall be refundable after indoor apparatuses and municipal facilities are checked on. It is Party B’s responsibility to take care of indoor apparatuses and public property. In case of any damage or loss occurred to such properties, due indemnity should be charged.
4.The front gate of dormitory building is open 6:00 am --11:30 pm from Sunday to Thursday, 6:00 am --12:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. No stranger is allowed to stay overnight; illegitimate co-habitation is prohibited.
5.Party B should keep the dormitory building clean in order and clean. Pet keeping, loud stereo playing and hubbub are not allowed in dormitory lest they should disturb other people.
6.Smoking in bed, rubbish burning, gas power or high-power gadget using, and unauthorized power wiring are strictly prohibited for the purpose of safety. Party B shall be resources-saving minded, and to foot the electricity bill in a timely manner.
7.Party B is responsible to take care of his/her personal property and to make sure that dormitory doors and windows are shut while being out. Valuables and cash shall be deposited in banks for safety; any loss of personal property due to personal indiscretion should be at Party B’s own risk.
8.Should, for certain reasons, it become necessary for Party B to stay out, he/she shall register with Dormitory Administration Office in due time. Party B shall report to Dormitory Administration Office and university Foreign Affaires Office in advance should travel outside Guangzhou or China become necessary. Party B shall assume all the consequences for failing to report.
9. Party B shall choose his/her lodging duration in a careful manner and pay up the lodging fee in advance. The lodging fee is refundable and only refundable on a monthly basis. Unauthorized exchange or lease of dormitory is prohibited. Apart from Party B, Dormitory Administration Office shall keep a dormitory key for emergency use.
10. Should Party B violate the aforesaid terms, his/her liability shall be investigated. Punishments ranging from fine, warning, disciplinary procedure and expulsion are to be imposed on person(s) involved in accordance with the merits of the case. Lodging fee is not refundable in the event of an expulsion from dormitory; immediate repatriation is required in the event of a school expulsion.
This agreement shall go into effect as of the date set forth next to each party’s signature.
By its authorized representative Party B：
姓 名性 别国 籍
承诺人签名： 200 年 月 日
（与申请人关系）： 200 年 月 日
Guangdong University of Technology
Application Form for Overseas Student Off-campus Lodging
Date of Birth
yyyy/mm/ddMarital StatusYear of Admission
Passport NOStudent NODuration of Study
Current Dorm AddressPhone NO
Application Type□ Down town homesaty ( with relatives) □ Off-campus house-renting
Application Reason Statement
Terms & CommitmentsI hereby apply for off-campus lodging under the following terms and commitments:
1、I shall abide by Chinese laws, regulations and related social mores;
2、I shall abide by relevant regulations and provisions formulated by GDUT.
3、I, instead of GDUT, shall be responsible for any interpersonal disputes, personal and property safety problems arise in my residence during off-campus lodging.
Applicant’s Signature： Signing Date:
StatementI hereby to declare that
1、I AGREE/ DO NOT AGREE with the applicant’s application.
2、I RECOGNIZE/ DO NOT RECOGNIZE the applicant’s commitment.
3、I am going to keep touch with the applicant.
4、I am the in relation to the applicant.
Applicant’s Signature： Signing Date:
Concrete Off-campus Lodging Address.
I hereby declare that to the best of my knowledge the particulars entered on this form are true and correct.
1. This form is to be printed in A4 sized paper in duplicate, with the original kept by GDUT and the copy by applicant;
2. The off-campus address should be concrete enough to be reachable.