Saturday, February 27, 2010
For more information please visit http://www.thinkchinagroup.com
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
It is a short, three week program, without a language component. The program focuses on China's cultural frontiers, and involves travel through Gansu and Sichuan, along with a bit of time in Beijing. If students are interested, they can contact Prof. Shepherd directly (firstname.lastname@example.org), visit the course page at the GW study-abroad site (http://studyabroad.gwu.
or visit a program description at http://chinaborderlands.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Teach English & Study Mandarin in Shenzhen
Spend a year teaching English and learning Chinese in Shenzhen. This large, well-established, government-sponsored program is now in its13th year. Shenzhen is a Mandarin-speaking city. It is the only program of its kind. Preparatory training at Peking University includes the TEFL in ChinaCertificate training and Mandarin classes (4 levels available) in August. Teach English September - June in a Shenzhen public school, and continue your study of Mandarin in our own courses, taught by Shenzhen University faculty.
Salary, housing, and contract bonus
Housing & tours during the training
Airline tickets reimbursed
Paid 3-week vacation Jan/Feb
Requirements: College degree (by July 2010), native speaker of English with citizenship USA / Canada / UK / Ireland / Australia / New Zealand
All majors are welcome. Teaching experience is not required. Prior study of Chinese is not required.
For information and an application: www.chinaprogram.org
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
The quickly-approaching application deadline is March 1, 2010. Attached is a flyer about this scholarship opportunity for you to pass along to your Chinese language students who are at advanced level and are interested in studying in China through a different venue.
For more information, please visit http://www.hamilton.edu/
Scholarships available for Summer and Fall 2010 China Programs
The Alliance for Global Education is pleased to announce study abroad
scholarship funding from the IFSA Foundation that will allow us to award
scholarships of up to $6,000 for the 2010 summer and fall programs.
These will be need-based; students from non-traditional majors or
minority backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
There are also additional study abroad scholarship funds available for
disbursement in smaller amounts. Students who have been accepted into
an Alliance program are eligible to apply for study abroad scholarship
awards of up to $2,000 per student for the fall term and up to $1,000
per student for the summer term. Awards are based on financial need.
The Alliance offers intensive Chinese language, language and area
studies, and international business programs in China. Programs are
located in Xi'an, Shanghai, and Beijing.
Summer 2010 term - deadline is April 1
Fall 2010 term- deadline is March 15
For more information, please visit:
Application deadlines for Alliance programs in China:
Summer 2010 term- deadline is March 1
Fall 2010 term- deadline is April 15
The Alliance for Global Education currently offers the following
*Xi'an: Art, History, and the Silk Road at Xi'an International Studies
*China Now: Development, Politics, and Social Change at Beijing Language
and Culture University
*International Business at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
*Intensive Language at Fudan University
*Contemporary Chinese Society and Language at Fudan University
*Engineering and Society: Summer Term in Shanghai at Fudan University
*Internships available in Beijing and Shanghai!