Address: LiuFang Campus, No. 206, Guanggu 1st road, Donghu New & High Technology Development Zone, Wuhan, Hubei Province, P.R. China
Wuhan Institute of Technology, originally named as Hubei Petrochemical Institute was under the administration of Hubei Province when it was established in June 1972. It was renamed to Wuhan Institute of Chemical Technology (WICT) and was put under the administration of the former Ministry of Chemical Industry of the Central Government in March 1980 with the permission of the former Ministry of Education. As a result of the readjustment of the management system for colleges in July 1998, WICT has been put under the joint administration of central and local authorities with the stress on the latter. The university was renamed as Wuhan Institute of Technology (WIT) with the approval of the Ministry of Education and Hubei Provincial Government in February 2006. In November the same year, WIT received the national evaluation launched by the Ministry of Education of China, on undergraduate teaching quality and WIT won an A, the top grade of the evaluation. After 37 years' endeavor, the university has become a multi-disciplinary university with its own characteristics, fine teaching environment, and advanced research level.
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
For most attendees, it is easier to apply for a Tourist ("L") visa; an invitation letter is NOT required for obtaining a Tourist 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
One Visa Application Form of the Peoples Republic of China, which is filled clearly with true, authentic and complete information and signed by the applicant
One recent, 2 inch full-faced and bareheaded passport photo (the daily life photo, photo copy or digital photo printed on the ordinary paper shall not be accepted)
Other materials related to the visa application, deemed as necessary by the visa officer
For more information, please contact the local Chinese Embassy in your country. Alternatively, participants may ask their travel agents to arrange their travel to China and obtain a tourist visa irrespective of whether or not they have registered with the Conference Secretariat. If participants have any difficulties in obtaining their visa, they should contact the Conference Secretariat.
ICMRA will NOT issue any Letter of Sponsorship or Letter of Guarantee if you are required to do so by the immigration department. It is the participants’ sole responsibility to obtain such documents.
ICMRA will not refund anyone for cancellations due to visa rejections or participant’s inability to enter the country.
ICMRA cannot change the decision of the any country’s embassy/consulate or any other government departments, nor will ICMRA appeal to the embassy/consulate on behalf of the applicant.
All questions/concerns regarding the status of your visa should be directed to the embassy/consulate of the country where the conference will be held, in your home country.
In no event will ICMRA be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the information provided on this page.