Article 58 Students of institutions of higher learning who qualify in ideology and moral character, complete the prescribed courses within the prescribed length of schooling and are up to standard in results or study and obtain corresponding credits shall be permitted to graduate.
Article 59 Institutions of higher learning should provide employment guidance and services for graduates and students who have completed the courses.
The state encourages graduates of institutions of higher learning to work in border regions, remote areas and difficult areas.
Chapter VII Guarantee for Input and Conditions of Higher Education
Article 60 The state establishes the system of financial allocation as the main source to be supplemented by raising funds for higher education through various other channels to make the development of the cause of higher education to be commensurate with the level of economic and social development.
The State Council and people's governments of the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government ensure gradual increase in funds for state-run higher education pursuant to the provisions of Article 55 of the Education Law.
The state encourages enterprises and institutions, societies as well as other social organizations and individuals to provide input into higher education.