The draft stipulates that schools must not enroll foreign students who do not meet admission standards, have not completed insurance procedures, or are minors who are staying in China without the company of their parents and lack entrusted custody papers.
People have been invited to give their opinion on the draft by February 3, a state-run news agency reported.
Higher education institutes should provide specialty lessons in English or other foreign languages if their resources permit, the draft said.
While a student who receives foreign-language higher education is allowed to write the degree thesis in that particular language, but colleges or universities will have the right to decide whether a student can carry out thesis defence in the language, it said.
The draft also stipulates that minors should generally live with their parents or guardians. While schools can offer accommodation services to these students, they must report related information at local police departments.
Foreign students must leave the country within a deadline after they finish their education, it added.


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