Virginia Tech in China 2015 Summer II Course: July 5–Aug. 12
VTIC CLASSROOM VISITS AND INFORMATION SESSIONS WEEKS OF FEBRUARY 9th–20th
• NEW DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: FEB. 25, 2015
• INFO SESSIONS:
o MONDAY FEB. 16, 5—7 pm in room 421 Major Williams
o TUESDAY FEB. 17, all day (9 am—5 pm) in room 100X Newman Library
o FRIDAY FEB. 20, 11 am—1 pm in room 100X Newman Library
• REGISTRATION here.
• COST of the study abroad course here.
• FINANCIAL AID information here.
Travel in CHINA while earning 9 CREDITS in 5½ weeks:
- Mandarin Chinese intensive language training taught by specially trained native speakers—3 credits
- Chinese culture—hands-on professional instruction covering a broad range of topics—3 credits
- Contemporary history of China—taught by Dr. Helen Schneider, VT Professor of History—3 credits
- Guaranteed short internships in Chinese businesses and organizations
- Excursions to four major cities and extraordinary manmade and natural wonders
- You will be enrolled at one of China’s “C9” top-ranked universities
Need help deciding? Listen to VT students who went before you here (scroll down to “Interviews with students of VT in China”).
Please feel free to contact any of the VTIC Faculty Guides as follows:
o Zhange “Nicole” Ni, Assistant Professor, Department of Religion and Culture (firstname.lastname@example.org)
o Helen Schneider, Associate Professor, Department of History (email@example.com)
o Paul Hover, Assistant Director for International Outreach, University Libraries (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LANDSCAPES OF CHINA: VT in China 2016 travels across China to far-flung vineyards, studies business, language, and culture
University Libraries invites Dept. of Geography and Pamplin College of Business to team up to tackle the academic challenges at VT’s elite Chinese strategic partner of five years, the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in Hefei, Anhui Province, China, for Education Abroad in Summer I, 2016
The next info sessions are this coming Wednesday, November 18, at 5:30 and 6:00 PM in Pamplin 2002. The course is open to all majors. If you cannot make it to an info session, please drop by Paul Hover’s office in Newman Library room 100X, or email him or one of the two other Faculty Guides as listed above. Number of participant students is limited to 30-35 for this exceptional learning experience.
Thanks to Brian Craig and the Creative Services Team for the awesome artwork. I owe you one–how about some tea, all the way from China…
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