Designed for students interested in studying international business and economics
Participate in activities and field trips that give students a first-hand look at the global business landscape in China
Improve your Chinese-language skills by taking a language course based on your ability. A placement exam before the semester starts will determine which course you will take
Take a 15-credit course load which includes a Chinese language course, a course exploring China's role as an economic power and two elective courses
Gain credit by interning at a company around Shanghai. The program will help students find an internship and previous placements have included Chinese and foreign companies, research institutes, non-governmental organizations or media and art studios
Complete a capstone research project on an aspect of Chinese policy, society, culture or business and show your research through a final presentation and paper
Stay in an apartment with a local Chinese student, enhancing your cultural immersion
Take part in program-led visits to Chinese and foreign companies to gain an understanding for the business environment around Shanghai
Explore Shanghai with trips to local museums, lectures and performances
Immerse yourself in Chinese culture through program-organized activities such as Chinese painting, calligraphy, cooking, tai chi, pottery, seal carving or paper cutting
Visit Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong Province during a program-led nine-day field study trip to explore the investment and financial services industries in China
You must obtain permission to study off campus by clicking the 'apply now' button. You should visit our website for more information or schedule an advising appointment with the GO Program (570-372-4697) or email email@example.com.
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.