Open to: All majors
SHANGHAI, CHINA: With more than 1.3 billion inhabitants and the world’s second largest economy, China demands attention. This dynamic country boasts an ancient civilization spanning millennia, yet leads the world in cutting-edge developments. China’s most populous city, Shanghai, radiates ineffable elegance, cosmopolitan sophistication, and obsession with the new.
This program will operate during the spring and summer terms in Shanghai, China. You may enroll for just the spring term (6 weeks), or the spring term with an internship component. During the spring term you will register for two or three courses in 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 is the “on-site teaching and learning” through field trips, which include a trip to Beijing, the capital of China, where we will have a class on the Great Wall and in the Forbidden City, and to Tai Mountain as well as Confucius’ home town, Qufu.
April 30 - June 11, 2016 (6 weeks)
Program participants will live on the campus of East China Normal University.
Open to all undergraduate majors. 2.5 GPA required. Non-GVSU students are eligible.
GVSU is happy to extend this opportunity to NonGVSU Students.
To apply for this program, log on to www.gvsu.edu/oasis to begin your online application.
APPLICATION DEADLINE (2016 Program): February 1, 2016
Non-GVSU Students are welcome to apply. Please view Non-GVSU Student Information
Students will register for a total of 6 credits:
PHI 210: Eastern Philosophy (3 credits) AND
CHS 333: Comparing Civilizations, China and the West (3 credits)
Language of instruction: English
Program Fee: $4,600
Total Projected Cost (Program Fee + Other Expenses) = $8,184
To contact the Financial Aid office, email email@example.com with “Study Abroad” in the Subject line. Include your G Number and Total Projected Cost of the program in the e-mail.
Non-GVSU Students: Non-GVSU students admitted for study abroad are not eligible for Financial Aid from GVSU. Check with your home school’s study abroad and financial aid offices for details on applying for financial aid from your home school toward study abroad program costs.
FACULTY-LED PROGRAM GRANT: up to $1,500. All degree-seeking students who apply to their faculty-led program by the priority deadline are automatically considered for a grant of up to $1,500 from the Padnos International Center. Students must have a current FAFSA on file to be eligible. No application required.
Visit www.gvsu.edu/studyabroad/scholarships for additional information on grants and scholarships.
MAK B-3 208
MAK B-3 210
All program information including courses, duration of program, dates, and other logistics are subject to change. Programs may be cancelled due to extenuating circumstances.