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Chinese Studies in Shanghai info session

Join CGIS & CET for an Info Session on one of our newest programs!
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
3:00-4:00 PM
Suite 255 Weiser Hall Map
Interested in Chinese Studies? for 2019, CGIS is offering Chinese Studies in Shangai! Shanghai boasts one of the best transportation systems in the world, making it easy to commute to work, head to Hangzhou for the weekend, or take the high-speed train all the way to Tibet. The program is located at Donghua University’s downtown campus, which means a home base for the semester is right in the center of the city.

Come learn about your semester/summer options!

Semester: This program offers students various areas of coursework in English. Students will enroll into an intensive Chinese language course for 6 credits, enroll in an optional 3-credit internship that accompanies an internship course, and choose at least two 3-credit electives including The Chinese Economy, Political Governance, International Marketing, and more! Students may choose a third elective if they opt out of the internship.

There are a wide range of Internships in areas including business, media, STEM, history, law, education, sports, philanthropy, and music. Options include China Accelerator, Edelman, Habitat for Humanity China, Han Kun Law Offices, Heinz Global Procurement, PepsiCo, and others!

Summer: Students will enroll in an optional 2-credit internship that accompanies an internship course, one 3-credit Chinese language course, and choose one 3-credit elective classes that range from Key to Modern China, International Marketing, International Economics, and more! Students will have an opportunity to visit local government offices and a few think tanks. Students may choose a second elective if they opt out of the internship.

Each term, the program offers different activities that allow you to explore Shanghai and Chinese culture.
Building: Weiser Hall
Event Type: Presentation
Tags: Asia, Chinese Studies, Study Abroad
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Center for Global and Intercultural Study