Study Abroad

Nanjing Study Abroad

China is a country with a storied past, a vibrant present, and a promising future. Explore the Middle Kingdom, home to one-fifth of the world’s population with a history that stretches back thousands of years. Continue your study of the Chinese language by completing a year’s worth of core Chinese language classes at prestigious Nanjing University. Immerse yourself in the local and regional cultures and take a study trip to Beijing and Xi’an. Practice your Chinese each day with the people of one of China’s most important cities. Spend fall semester 2015 with us on the BYU Nanjing Study Abroad program!

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Chinese Flagship (Direct Enrollment/Internship)

The Chinese Flagship Program is an opportunity for students to bridge the gap between Chinese language and their professional careers. After preparation at BYU, students spend their first semester enrolled at the prestigious Nanjing University, which houses the Chinese Flagship Center. Nanjing is a historic city with many cultural sites of interest including the Confucius Temple, the Porcelain Pagoda, the Purple Mountain, and the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum. In this setting, students will be provided special lectures on media, current events, culture, and also receive peer tutoring. In their second semester, students will disperse to internship locations across China.

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China Student Teaching

China is a country steeped in five thousand years of history and tradition, but it is also becoming one of the most developed civilizations in the world. From its largest cities of 20 million inhabitants to the countryside where rice is still planted by hand, China offers a great diversity of experiences. Located in the south, Guangzhou is the third-largest city in China and is home to almost 13 million people. Hong Kong is only seventy-five miles south of the city. Students will complete their student teaching requirement in The Clifford School. The school provides bilingual education so that each of its students receives 50 percent of his/her daily instruction in Chinese and 50 percent in English.

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