Plan Your Stay
Tsinghua University, School of Public Policy and Management
Address: Tsinghua University, Southeast Gate, School of Public Policy and Management,
Haidian District, Beijing 100084 China
Address in Mandarin: 清华大学， 东南门， 公共管理学院，海淀区， 北京， 100084 中国
PASSPORTS AND VISAS
Foreign visitors to China require a visa. These are obtainable in countries of residence via the local Chinese consulate. Requirements vary by country. All attendees will need an invitation letter to the Symposium; attendees will receive a link to download a personalized invitation letter in the registration confirmation email.
IAIA strongly advises delegates to explore visa requirements as early as possible, because the process often takes several weeks.
TRANSPORTATION TO BEIJING
Beijing Capital International Airport is the main international airport serving Beijing and is a major international hub, with direct flights between many major world cities. It is located 32 km northeast of Beijing’s city center.
Travel from Beijing Capital International Airport to the University is most direct by taxi or
private car. The trip takes about 40 minutes to one hour, depending on the time of day. A private car from the airport to Tsinghua University costs about CN¥125. Taxis are less, around CN¥80.
An airport train is also available. It takes about 25 minutes to the city center Dongzhimen Station. From there, delegates can catch Subway Line 13 to Wudaokou Station, which is about 1.5 kilometres from the Tsinghua University Campus. The airport train to Dongzhimen costs CN¥25. A subway ticket from Dongzhimen to Wudaokou Station is CN¥5.
TRANSPORTATION WITHIN BEIJING
In and around campus, travel is convenient by local taxi, Didi (Chinese Uber), walking, shared bicycle or subway. A free, purple shuttle bus is available on campus, with multiple stops. Beijing is generally a very cheap and convenient city to get around.
If you have a disability and require assistance, please contact IAIA HQ (email@example.com | +1.701.297.7908) by 18 November 2019 to discuss your specific needs.
Delegates without travel or health insurance are personally liable for covering any medical and associated costs they incur. IAIA recommends that delegates purchase travel insurance and ensure that the policy covers all medical expenses for injury or illness, as well as theft of valuables, damage to baggage, and cancellations or interruptions to flight plans.