Make significant progress in Chinese this summer and earn up to year of language credit for transfer!
The Summer Intensive Language Program at Monterey will help you achieve your language learning goals and communicate with confidence while you spend a summer in beautiful Monterey, California.
The program runs from June 15 – August 9, 2017 and includes the following:
- One year of language study in eight weeks
- Earn up to eight credits
- Small class sizes with personalized instruction
- Curriculum focused on current and global events
- Only costs $4,175 ($522 per unit)
Apply by the priority deadline: March 1st and receive a $50 application fee waiver (just mention you are a UCSD student in the reason box): http://go.miis.edu/silpapply
National Chengchi University (NCCU) in Taiwan, is extending our International Summer School (ISS) program to interested students and universities. This summer, NCCU is offering twelve courses in Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, and International Relations, all taught by renowned and experienced professors. Courses are taught in English. Provision of traditional Mandarin Chinese language classes are also arranged for those interested candidates. Extra-curricular activities are also offered such as excursions to historical sites, day trips to art and culture shows, etc., as to expose students the essence of Taiwan.
NCCU is also offering one (1) selected candidate scholarship, which covers course fee and free excursions. We, at NCCU, are inviting interested students to join our ISS program this summer. This would be a great opportunity for them!
UC Davis Summer Abroad is currently accepting applications for our 2017 summer programs (over 35 programs in 27 different countries to choose from)! Below is a program in Taiwan that might be of interest to you. It is offered for 8 upper division units.
- Open to all UCSD students (freshman through graduating seniors)
- UC Davis courses, led by UC Davis faculty
- Courses taught in English
- UCSD summer financial aid applies
Courses: Chinese (CHN) 109G & 198 (Taught in English)
Study Taiwanese culture through a wide range of literature, film, and art—with the opportunity to meet leading poets and fiction writers.
Create an online interest profile to receive email updates about programs that interest you (it only takes a minute!). We also have 38 faculty-led programs in 25 countries scheduled for summer 2017! Participating on a summer abroad program will not only have an incredible impact on you academically and personally, but also allow you to incorporate your international experience in your professional career.
Let us know if you have any questions. We’re happy to help! firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer is a special season for short term study abroad in Hong Kong; to learn Chinese language (Putonghua and Cantonese) with our professional teaching team; to stay on an international campus which combines tradition with modernity and to bring together China and the West; to experience a vibrant Chinese city without sacrificing the comforts of home. More information on the Centre and CUHK can be found in our website: www.ycclc.cuhk.edu.hk
- There is an intensive 13 day PRINCH program in Yantai, a non-touristy coastal city of Shandong Province. PRINCH embraces the concept of “use to learn” and emphasizes the contextual use of a language. Intermediate and advanced Putonghua learners in Chinese as a foreign/ second language are most welcome to this 13-day programme held in 16 to 28 May 2017. Deadline of application in mid-March.
- Summer 11 weeks regular programmes: daily lesson from 5 June to 11 August. All levels of Putonghua and Cantonese are available. The 4 language functions of listening, speaking, reading and writing are taught with emphasis on speaking. Non-beginners will be invited for a placement test online. More information at website section: Home / Full-time admission.
- 6 weeks Foundation Certificate Programmes: held from 5 July to 11 August, the 80-hour short programme offers a choice between Elementary Cantonese and Putonghua. Upon completion of this programme, students are expected to handle basic Chinese daily expression (oral and listening) and use Chinese to solve daily problems in a limited way. More information at website section : Home / Admissions / Summer programme admission
- CUHK International Summer School: this is the official summer programmes of CUHK with a significant student population from exchange students worldwide. Chinese language courses are offered as July Session (5 weeks during 27 June to 28 July) and August Session (3 weeks during 4 to 25 August). Fee-paying students are welcome. Enrolment through the Office of Academic Link- www.osp.cuhk.edu.hk
Consider the opportunity to study at Shih Chin University Chinese Language Center in Taipei Dazhi. The center is praised by its students for its unceasing dedication in offering a practical and diverse curriculum. They are committed to strengthening students’, listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities, while also raising their interest in learning Chinese. Class size is limited to 6-8 students for the most effective learning environment. Students can study abroad in Taiwan for a semester or for a few weeks. Shih Chin University can also arrange a short term (1 month) Chinese study in the center. Shih Chin University has great team of teachers, admins, and study mates that provide a difference learning experience for all students. Taiwan has so much to offer and assist your students to fully understand the Chinese culture.
The UCSD International Students & Programs Office's (ISPO) English conversation tutor program, English-in-Action is looking for volunteers who will enjoy meeting with international undergrad & grad students, visiting research scholars, spouses, and postdocs on a weekly basis to assist them in improving their English language skills and to share our American culture. Over 50% of the EIA applicants are from China!
The English-in-Action Program (EIA) recruits tutors from all walks of life and matches them with international visitors to our campus. No knowledge of foreign languages or teaching experience is required. EIA tutors attend an orientation session and have access to the materials and resources of the International Center.
For more information and to apply online, please visit: http://bit.ly/UCSanDiegoEIAProgram
Teach in China is a professional institute with more than 100 employees in Hangzhou, China. Teach in China was founded in 2007 and is certified by Chinese government for hiring foreign teachers to work legally all over the amazing and fast developing country of China. We are seeking English teachers and we'd like you to apply.
As one of the top 3 companies authorized by China government SAFEA (State Administration of Foreign Experts Affair from the Peoples Republic of China, http://en.safea.gov.cn). We have successfully hired and placed hundreds of foreign teachers to teach oral English or various subjects at the hundreds of cities in China. You will have a variety of levels to choose from kindergartens, public primary schools, public high schools, to colleges or universities.
Scholarships from the Encounters division of Sinolingua publishing house cover tuition and materials. Students will be responsible for transportation, visa, lodging, food, etc. but will be provided support, especially in terms of housing. Visit the following link to understand the details of the competition (Posted 8/19/2014):
Are you interested in gaining international work experience and building your post-graduation job prospects?
Applications are now being accepted for IACS of the University System of Taiwan (UST). This program is designed for students interested in socio-historical-political-cultural studies of Asia in the global context. For more details, please visit: https://iics.ust.edu.tw/en/iacs/admission_internationalstu.html.
Global China Connection at UCSD? Not yet but YOU can make it happen Global China Connection is the world's largest student-run non-profit organization that connects young leaders from China and the world. Currently there are a few chapters in California and Director Luke Masuda from Claremont McKenna College wants UCSD students to collaborate and start a Global China Connection here.
If you'd like to learn more please visit: http://www.gccglobal.org or e-mail Luke Masuda at email@example.com to see how you can open Global China Connection at UCSD or join an existing chapter at Claremont College, USC, and UC Berkeley
The Linden Centre offers short & long term Cultural Tours of China For as low as $750 per week you can explore China. See http://www.linden-centre.com to learn more.
AGE is offering full scholarship opportunity for students to undertake intensive Chinese language study during the Summer 2010. The Critical Languages Scholarship (CLS) is part of a U.S. government interagency effort to expand the number of Americans studying and mastering critical need foreign languages. During an 8-week program students will take either intermediate or advanced level course at Alliance in Beijing (Beijing Language and Culture University) or Shanghai (Fudan University). All program fees, round-trip air travel, meals, activities and excursions will be covered by the scholarship. CLS is offering 80 full scholarships are available for China, and the Alliance will host at least half of the scholars.
Info about the CLS program is available online. The application deadline for the CLS is December 18, 2009, but other opportunities may still be available.
You're also welcome to contact Julia Levy, Senior Program Manager for China for more information at:firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call Courtney Kenny at 888-232-8379 in Washington, D.C.