Fudan University International Summer Session
Fudan University International Summer Session will provide a 4-week course study and cultural experience to students from all over the world. Students will have the opportunity to get to know China, experience Shanghai and be a part of the Fudan community. This program will help you improve multicultural understanding, establish a global vision, and get connected with peers from all over the world.
Fudan University International Summer Session 2018 offers 20 content courses, 4 Chinese language courses at different levels and 2 PE courses. The International Summer Session also offers historical and cultural visits. The content courses will cover a range of topics in History and Culture, Society and Politics, Business and Economy, and Science and Technology. Each content course is designed as a 39-credit-hour course (except for “Lecture Series on Chinese Economy and Society” which offers flexible credit options, "A Culture Exploration: Miraculous Traditional Chinese Medicine" and "Diversity of the Healthcare Service in Shanghai" are of 18 credit hours), each level of Chinese language as a 40-credit-hour course (2 credits) or 80-credit-hour course (4 credits), and each PE course as an 18-credit-hour course. Students can choose one to three content courses, and the Chinese language courses and PE courses are optional. After successful completion of the course study, students will be awarded a program certificate and an official transcript from Fudan University.
Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 2020
1. College students above 18 years of age with sufficient English proficiency.
2. The general state of the applicant’s health should be good enough for him/ her to pursue the course of study at Fudan.
All applications processes for the Fudan Summer Program are managed through the UChicago Center in Beijing. You can find complete information about about to apply, as well as contact information for staff who can support your application here: https://www.uchicago.cn/students/summer-programs-in-china/