ASI-CSULB Scholarship, Cal Grant B, Pell Grant, PLUS Loan, Private Loans, SEOG Grant, Stafford Loan
Areas of Study:
Art, Art History, Asian Studies, Business, Chinese language, Communication Studies, Creative Writing, Cultural Studies, Economics, English, History, International Business, International Studies, Liberal Arts, Literature, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Sociology, Women's Studies
Experience a full Summer in China with this ten week study abroad program. Participate in the Shanghai Summer School program at Fudan University for the first five weeks, followed by four weeks of intensive language learning at the Fudan Institute of Language and a final week of service learning/volunteer placement in Shanghai. Spend the Summer at one of China's great universities, in one of China's great cities. Fudan University is rich in history and surrounded by the vibrant, bustling city of Shanghai, many say the 'New York' of China. The China Summer Intensive Language & Culture Program offers classes in the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Business and Chinese language for college credit. With the extra support of TEAN's Shanghai-based staff, as well as a full range of cultural activities built into the program, be prepared to experience the ultimate complete China Summer Study Abroad program.
SHANGHAI Program Highlights
Study at Fudan University, one of the most prestigious universities in China
Take classes, in English, with local and international students from all over the world
Earn three - six credits for courses in Politics, Culture, Literature, Philosophy or Business
Undertake 120 hours of language instruction at appropriate level (Elementary, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate or Advanced)
Immerse yourself with a Shanghai-based Service Learning / Volunteering Placement in your final week
Benefit from the on-site support of TEAN's local staff available 24/7
"Studying abroad in Shanghai was eye-opening, sometimes challenging, fulfilling, and definitely fun. Going to China is not your ordinary study abroad location. Most people go to Europe, although I feel like the tide is certainly changing. Going to such an extraordinary country like China, the biggest in the world where industrialization is still occurring, really stands out. Whether it be on a resume or just in conversation - it is something different."
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.