Students applying for Marco Polo and Turandot plans to enroll in the undergraduate program are required to provide a high school diploma. If you want to apply for a postgraduate degree, you must prepare a bachelor's degree certificate and a college entrance examination certificate. The minimum score is 380 points, and you must have a language proficiency test certificate. A proof of funding of 5,000 euros is required for the visa. According to experts, “It is easier to obtain a visa by applying for direct study abroad through Marco Polo and Turandot, and it is more likely to apply for a private school. The visa application materials also require proof of accommodation, such as a housing reservation contract. Students can refer to the official website "Study in Italy" on how to obtain a housing contract. Zhen Jiali said that there are some sayings in the society that the refusal rate of Chinese students applying for study visas to the United States is very high. In fact, this statement is not very accurate. The US visa policy is not as strict as everyone thinks. 90% of Chinese students applying to study in the US have been approved, and the refusal rate is very low. From 2007 to 2008, the number of Chinese students in the United States increased by 34%. The number of Chinese students increased from 80,000 in 2008 to 96,000 in 2009. Therefore, as long as there are reasonable conditions, students applying for a visa to study in the United States, Can be approved. Zhen Jiali pointed out that some of the refused groups applied for student visas, but the real purpose was not to study in the United States. Of course, these people would be rejected. Some students also listened to inappropriate suggestions from some study agents. Submitting application materials by fraudulent means, such as exaggerating the income of parents, so she reminds those students who have reasonable conditions to study in the United States, and don't repeat the same mistakes. She reminds students to pay attention to the following points when applying for a US visa: First, make sure that the course selection is appropriate. The course you are applying for is suitable for your own abilities, and you think you can get admission and you can complete the course. For example, when the visa officer looks at the materials you submitted, the course you selected requires a high level of English, and you have not shown a high level of English. At this time, the visa officer will think that you are not suitable to go to the United States to read this. Courses may therefore deny your visa. Secondly, the visa officer will also consider whether you can meet your own expectations after completing the course. Again, consider the specific requirements of the specific application school for admission students. This includes TOEFL scores, your college or previous transcripts, and standardized tests such as ACT, SAT, and admission notices for schools, which must be prepared before you see the visa officer. Finally, it is the financial aspect. To successfully apply for a visa, you must prove to the visa officer that you have sufficient funds to cover all the expenses you have during your studies. The increase in tuition fees only affects local students. According to US media reports, the University of California has experienced serious financial difficulties due to reduced government funding and external funding. In order to get out of trouble, the UC board of directors recently passed the "Decision of 23% increase in tuition fees for the next academic year." The increase in tuition fees will have an impact on international students. In this regard, Zhen Jiali explained that this increase in tuition fees is actually affecting students from the United States, and the fees for international students have not increased. In order to take care of the students in the state, state universities have consistently kept tuition fees for students in the state, while fees for students outside the state are different. Nowadays, in order to achieve a balance, the tuition fees of the students in the state are raised to the same level as the tuition fees of the students outside the state, so this has no effect on the learning costs of international students. Of course, due to the financial crisis, some universities themselves have reduced their scholarships during the financial crisis. Therefore, considering the reduction of scholarships, there are still many channels for international students to consider applying for support, such as part-time work, teaching assistants, etc. In this case, this support has not been reduced as a result. As a global financial center, many universities in the United States offer a master's degree in finance. Students should choose a project that suits their needs based on their academic background, interests, and career orientation. Generally speaking, the US financial masters can be divided into the following categories: 1. Master of Finance: usually a one-year system, set up under the school's business school or management school, its main courses focus on the financial field, training financial professionals . Among the top 50 schools in the United States, there are only about 10 MSF schools. 2. Financial direction under MBA: American university MBAs are usually divided into different directions, and finance is one of its main directions. Its curriculum is mainly finance, but it also involves other fields of business and management. Usually pay more attention to the application experience of students. 3. Financial Engineering: It is the most professional category of American financial masters. It is a discipline formed by the cross-infiltration of finance, mathematics and engineering. Usually there are certain requirements for the professional background of the applicant students, but this has become one of the best choices for many other professional students (such as mathematics majors, computer majors, etc.) who want to transfer to the financial profession.