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Due to the risks associated with large number of student participation under the current threat of Global Pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, we are cancelling the 11th Annual Undergraduate Research Day Event originally scheduled for Thursday April 30, 2020.

China-United States Exchange Program

The 2016 Summer Student Study Visits to China sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Education and managed by China–United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) will invite American college student groups to study in China for two weeks.

Under the customized program, the groups will visit cities in China: Beijing, Shanghai and a third city if time allows, and take classes in local university campuses.

During their stay, they will receive lectures on Chinese history, language, culture and economic development etc., presented by credentialed Chinese scholars. The student groups will have additional opportunities to participate in cultural activities, and tour historical sites such as the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. 

Student study groups should comprise of 20 – 22 college students and 2 adult chaperones. The curriculum is developed based on the group’s education level. Under the current sponsorship scheme, all domestic group expenses, including tuition, accommodation, in-country transportation, meals and sightseeing tickets, will be covered by the Ministry of Education (MoE) of China.

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Undergraduate Research

Ratan Dhar

Zahra Alkaifi
Office Coordinator

Academic Core 3E07B

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