The Study China programme will be accepting online applications for the Easter 2014 Programme as of midday on Monday 11 November 2013
About Study China
In Easter 2014, the Study China programme is running from Sunday 6 April 2014 until Saturday 26 April 2014, with three partner universities; Beijing Normal University, Shandong University, and Zhejiang University,
Managed by The University of Manchester and funded by the department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Study China provides a three-week study experience in Chinese language, culture and business. You will follow a three week timetable of activities and classes designed to develop Chinese language skills, knowledge of current economic climate, arts, history and culture.
Do I need to be able to speak Chinese Mandarin?
Applications are welcome from students with any level of language experience, from absolute beginners to fluent speakers. You will be placed in a tiered class depending on your ability and experience.
What will it cost?
The UK government fund tuition fees, accommodation, organised trips and excursions, however you will need to fund your airfare and spending money. Additionally, the Study China Programme also offers a limited number of widening participation bursaries to students in receipt of a maintenance grant.
The closing date for applications is Friday 31 January 2014, however it is anticipated that all places will be filled by early January 2014, so to avoid disappointment apply as soon as possible!
For more information on eligibility criteria and submitting an application click here