Studay in China

When you study in China, you could enrich your academic studies while experiencing the unique rural and metropolitan beauty of the country. China is a vast nation with a rich culture and history, thriving economy and large population. This creates plenty of opportunities to learn both in and out of the classroom. You could gain a new, Chinese perspective on your studies. For instance, you could learn how business, education, or language studies are handled in the eastern country. Or develop a better understanding of Chinese culture and history. Then, when you’re not in the classroom, you could explore the vast country’s outdoor offerings, distinctive food, and historic sites.

Studying abroad in China doesn’t mean you have to take a break from your academic studies back home. Quite the contrary, you could continue to earn valuable credits while simultaneously gaining a new perspective on your field. Many courses are offered in English, helping make sure you don’t miss a step.

It’s important to note that China study abroad programs are offered throughout the year. Depending on your availability, you could choose to pursue longer programs in the fall or spring. Or, you could seek out shorter programs in the summer and winter semesters. Follow up with individual programs to learn more.

Some of the following concentrations might be especially interested in pursuing classes in China. Be aware that these are not the only options available and that courses may differ by program. Also, be sure to check with your academic advisor to learn if credits might be transferable.

Education concentration students might be interested in learning to teach English as a second language while studying in China. Many education programs cover different TESL methods and techniques through a combination of coursework and hands on learning. Not only could you develop your teaching knowledge by taking courses yourself, you could also have the chance to step inside your own classroom. You might teach English to Chinese students, immediately testing out new techniques in a real-world setting