Study China Summer Program at East China Normal University

Study China Summer Program at East China Normal University

This summer program offers students the opportunity to improve their Chinese language skills in a small, intimate class setting. Students will participate in an intensive Chinese language class and also take part in cultural activities and excursions around the city of Shanghai. Students will be able to obtain a better understanding of Chinese culture and society. In the past, excursions and activities have included a river cruise, acrobatic show, and lectures on Chinese cuisine and Tai chi. A four-day excursion to Beijing is available for an additional fee.

In this program, you will take intensive Chinese language class each morning, and participate in cultural activities during several afternoons per week. You will be learning alongside international students from all over the world.

Subjects

  • Chinese Language
  • Asian Studies, Asian Literature & Languages

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