East Asian Studies

ECNU Summer Program in Shanghai

This program will operate during the Spring and Summer terms in Shanghai, China. Students may enroll for the Spring term (6 weeks), the Summer term (6 weeks) or both terms (12 weeks). Each term, students register for 2 out of 3 courses in language, area studies, and/or general education. Courses will be taught by GVSU faculty as well as faculty from East China Normal University in Shanghai. A core component of this program focuses on hands-on learning through field trips...

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Nine Reasons to Study Abroad in China

* Testimonials from previous participants

Chinese Language and Culture Summer Program in Taiwan

This program is intended for Chinese language students who have completed CHI 102, and wish to gain a stronger command of their language skills and a fuller understanding of the Chinese culture. The program shall be taught by GVSU faculty for the first week, and by staff of the Center for Chinese Language and Culture at National Taiwan Normal University, along with GVSU faculty, for the remaining three weeks...

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Program in Beijing

This program is intended for upper division students in the pre-health care professional curricula. Designed as a three week immersion experience in the cultural and health care practices of the People's Republic of China, students will participate in a general exploration of cultural diversity in health and illness. The goal of this program is to assist the student/practitioner in expanding their worldview and explore cultural diversity from a global perspective...

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ECNU Long Term Exchange Program in Shanghai: Chinese Language and Culture

Established in 1951, ECNU is one of China's most respected schools of higher learning. International students have been attending ECNU since the 1960's. In 1993 the International College of Chinese Culture was established to meet the rising demand for the study of Chinese language and culture. The university has set up a teaching building with classrooms, audio-visual rooms, computer rooms, reading rooms, and language labs to meet the needs of students studying language at the college...

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JCMU Japanese & Environmental Studies in Japan

The Japan Center for Michigan Universities (JCMU) study abroad program is a product of the strong sister-state relationship between the State of Michigan and Shiga Prefecture. It is located on the shore of Lake Biwa in the City of Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Japan. Its programs are dedicated to building relationships between Japanese, Americans, and other nationalities through active learning and participation in language, culture, family life and society. JCMU has been welcoming students of all majors since 1989...

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Japan-Japanese Studies-International Christian University

Dating back to 1949, ICU is a result of cooperative planning by Japanese and North American educators. The University follows three principle commitments as its mission: academic, Christian, and international. ICU's most valuable quality is its international commitment to not only introduce others to the Japanese culture, but also to offer Japan's students a wider understanding of the world in which they live...

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Non-GVSU Study Abroad Programs

GVSU students may choose to participate in a non-GVSU program sponsored by another institution or study abroad organization. All non-GVSU programs must be approved by the Director of study abroad and international partnerships and be recognized by a U.S. and/or foreign accredited university. As long as your program of choice is approved, you will receive GVSU credit and will be considered for federal financial aid...

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Social Work Program in Shanghai

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