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Academic Year & Semester 2011-2012
Please note this is a reprint from the AIFS 2011-2012 Academic Year and Semester catalog, published in August,
2010. Dates, Itineraries and courses are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, visit us online at
www.aifsabroad.com.


Remember: Every AIFS Program is guaranteed in U.S Dollars and includes:

  •	 Tuition with transcript provided by outstanding host universities, facilitating academic credit transfer.
  •	 Housing In many countries, you will have the option of living in a homestay, independently or in a residence hall. *
  •	 Meal plan Whether it’s restaurant vouchers, meals in the student cafeteria or home cooked meals from your host family, you will get to
    taste the local flavor with an included meal plan *
  •	 AIFS organized social/cultural activities and field trips help you learn more about your location and complement your academic
    studies.*
  •	 On-site experienced Resident Director and support staff for guidance on issues relating to academics, language,
    cultural differences, health and more.
  •	 Comprehensive insurance and assistance package including 24/7 emergency support.
  •	 AIFS support services Financial aid transfer, academic advice, visa assistance.
  •	 Optional AIFS Flight Package (round-trip flights and airport transfers) for an additional fee. In some locations, the AIFS Flight
    Package includes a 3-day stopover in London en route to campus. See page www.aifsabroad.com for details.
  •	 Scholarships Each year, AIFS awards up to $600,000 in scholarships.
                                                                                                    *Check programs for specific arrangements



Plus, look for these available features in each chapter...

      Summer Program available
                                                          Internship opportunities                     Volunteer opportunities
      (visit www.aifsabroad.com for details)


      Homestay experience                                 Intensive foreign language program           Honors courses




Since 1964, over 1.5 million students have changed the way they see their world with AIFS.

                                                                                                         ...Now     it is your turn.
                                                                                       Apply online today www.aifsabroad.com
               Beijing, China
                  fall or spring semester
     Traditional and Internship Programs


           Chinese culture and philosophy
                            Chinese history
          economic development in China
                     international business
        international relations and Chinese
                               foreign policy
                                  internship
                        Mandarin language




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                                                                                       All-inclusive program fee
                                                                                       Traditional Program                                          $13,495
Beijing Language                                                                       With Optional AIFS Flight Package from $14,515 (see page 35)

                                                                                       Internship Program                                           $11,495
and Culture University                                                                 With Optional AIFS Flight Package from $12,515 (see page 35)
            For the Nanjing University program, see page 40.

                                                                                        Fee includes:
  Eligibility                                Application
                                                                                        ✓ Tuition—up to 18 semester credits (subject to course and program
  Open to college                            Deadlines                                      selection)
  freshmen, sophomores,
                                             fall 2011–May 1                            ✓ Housing—double rooms in university residences
  juniors and seniors

  minimum 2.5 GPA
                                             spring 2012–October 1                      ✓ Meal allowance—to subsidize three meals per day Monday
                                                                                            through Friday at the university cafeteria when on campus
  no previous Mandarin                       Choose from 2
                                                                                        ✓ Cultural activities such as: guided visits to Tiananmen Square,
  language required                          unique programs!                               Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, the Hutongs, Summer Palace, the
                                                                                            Great Wall, the Beijing Urban Exhibition Center and an Acrobat show

                                                                                        ✓ Excursions included for students on the Traditional Program only:
  Spend a semester in the capital of the Peo-                                                       › Nanjing, Suzhou and Shanghai (7 days)
  ple’s Republic of China, the country’s political,                                                 › Tianjin (2 days)
  economic planning and cultural center, and
                                                                                                    › Xi’an (3 days)
  home to around 16 million people.
                                                                                        ✓ Comprehensive insurance and assistance package
  China is playing a crucial role in global eco-
  nomic recovery, prompting President Obama                                             ✓ Services of a pre-departure Student Advisory Center and an on-site
                                                                                            Resident Director
  to describe the relationship between the U.S.
  and China as most important not just for the                                          ✓ Pre-departure handbook
  citizens of those countries but for a new era                                         Please note fee does not include the non-refundable $95 application fee and $250
                                                                                        refundable damage deposit. Students choosing the standard option are responsible for
  of global development.                                                                making their way to and from campus by the scheduled program dates.

  On the Traditional Program, you will earn up
  to 18 credits studying Mandarin Lan-                                                  Optional Components:
  guage offered at three levels and take
  courses in English on the history, culture,                                           ✓ AIFS Flight Package - Round trip flights U.S.-Beijing-U.S.
                                                                                            and round trip transfers between the airport and campus overseas. See
  business, economic development and inter-
                                                                                            page 35 for details.
  national relations of this fascinating country.
  On the Internship Program, earn up to 15                                              ✓ Excursions optional for students on the Internship Program only
  credits plus get an extra jump start on your                                              see page 36 for details.
  post-grad resumé with a career-building                                                           › Nanjing, Suzhou and Shanghai (7 days)
  internship.                                                                                       › Tianjin (2 days)
                                                                                                    › Xi’an (3 days)
  Tour the local wonders including the Great
  Wall and Temple of Heaven and Tianan-
  men Square. Explore more of China on ex-                                                          “Really helpful for students wanting
  cursions to Nanjing, Suzhou, Shanghai,                                                             to know more about China and truly
  Tianjin and Xi’an.*
                                                                                                                 experience the culture.”
  * Excursions are included for students on the Traditional Program. Students on the
  Internship Program can participate in the excursions for an additional fee.                                               – Jireh Uy, Cal State, Long Beach



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Beijing, China




                      Fall Semester                                                                                Spring Semester
                      SEPTEMBER 7 – DECEMBER 17, 2011                                                              FEBRUARY 22 – JUNE 2, 2012

                      Wednesday, September 7 Optional overnight flight from U.S.                                   Wednesday, February 22   Optional overnight flight from U.S.
                                             to Beijing*                                                                                    to Beijing*
                      Thursday, September 8                 Arrive Beijing and transfer to                         Thursday, February 23    Arrive Beijing and transfer to
                                                            campus*                                                                         campus*
                      Friday, September 9                   Orientation to campus,                                 Friday, February 24      Orientation to campus,
                      to Sunday, September 11               neighborhood and Beijing city.                         to Sunday, February 26   neighborhood and Beijing city.
                                                            Welcome lunch on Friday. Includes                                               Welcome lunch on Friday. Includes
                                                            visit to Tiananmen Square and                                                   visit to Tiananmen Square and
                                                            Forbidden City                                                                  Forbidden City
                      Monday, September 12                  Classes begin                                          Monday, February 27      Classes begin
                      Sunday, October 2                     Mid-semester break, including                          Friday, March 16         Weekend excursion to Xi’an
                      to Saturday, October 8                excursion to Nanjing, Suzhou and                       to Sunday, March 18      (optional for students on the
                                                            Shanghai (optional for students on                                              Internship Program $325)
                                                            the Internship Program $1,145)                         Monday, March 19         Internship placement begins for
                      Monday, October 10                    Classes recommence. Internship                                                  students on the Internship Pro-
                                                            placement starts for students on                                                gram
                                                            the Internship Program                                 Saturday, April 14       Overnight excursion to Tianjin
                      Saturday, October 29                  Overnight excursion to Tianjin                         to Sunday, April 15      (optional for students on the
                      to Sunday, October 30                 (optional for students on the                                                   Internship Program $195)
                                                            Internship Program $195)                               Sunday, April 29         Mid-semester break, including
                      Friday, November 18                   Weekend excursion to Xi’an                             to Saturday, May 5       excursion to Nanjing, Suzhou and
                      to Sunday, November 20                (optional for students on the                                                   Shanghai (optional for students on
                                                            Internship Program $325)                                                        the Internship Program $1,145)
                      Thursday, December 15                 Internship placement ends for stu-                     Monday, May 7            Classes and internship recom-
                                                            dents on the Internship Program                                                 mence
                      Friday, December 16                   Fall semester ends                                     Thursday, May 31         Internship placement ends for stu-
                      Saturday, December 17                 Optional return flight from Beijing                                             dents on the Internship Program
                                                            to U.S.*                                               Friday, June 1           Spring semester ends
                                                                                                                   Saturday, June 2         Optional return flight from Beijing
                                                                                                                                            to U.S.*

                      Dates and routings are tentative and subject to change. Please note that the flight route may require connections.

                      *Included for students on the AIFS Flight Package only.

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                                                                                                                                                                     Beijing, China
                                                                     Program with optional AIFS Flight Package
                                                                     For your convenience, AIFS will arrange your round-trip airfare
                                                                     (including all fuel surcharges, taxes and fees), meet you at the
                                                                     arrival airport(s) and provide transportation to and from the pro-
                                                                     gram site on scheduled arrival and departure dates. Prices for
                                                                     this option include: All-inclusive program as specified plus...

                                                                        Flights                                 Airport transfers
                                                                              › U.S. to Beijing                       › Beijing to Campus
                                                                              › Beijing to U.S.                       › Campus to Beijing

                                                                     The prices with airfare listed are subject to change. The flight
                                                                     and transfer portion of the fee will be confirmed at time of
                                                                     invoicing. (Program fee is guaranteed.)

                                                                     Fees by departure city:

                                                                     Traditional Program
                                                                     Atlanta ................... $14,675             Minneapolis ........... $14,675
                                                                     Boston ..................... 14,655             New York/Newark .... 14,655
Living Abroad                                                        Buffalo ..................... 14,655            Orlando .................... 14,675
                                                                     Chicago .................... 14,715             Philadelphia.............. 14,675
HOUSINg AND MEAlS                                                    Cincinnati ................. 14,715             Phoenix .................... 14,615
                                                                     Dallas ....................... 14,655           Pittsburgh ................ 14,675
In Beijing
                                                                     Denver ..................... 14,655             Raleigh/Durham ....... 14,675
You will reside in a double room in a modern university inter-       Des Moines ............. 14,675                 San Francisco........... 14,515
national student residence. You will receive a meal allowance
                                                                     Detroit...................... 14,695            Seattle...................... 14,515
for three meals a day, Monday through Friday in the University
cafeterias when on campus.                                           Houston ................... 14,675              St Louis.................... 14,715
                                                                     Los Angeles ............. 14,515                Washington/Dulles .. 14,695
Please note: the meal allowance gives access to a range of
local food, but if you prefer Western food you will need to          Miami....................... 14,675
supplement the allowance.
On overnight excursions                                              Internship Program
Housing on excursions is in double occupancy tourist hotels          Atlanta ................... $12,675              Minneapolis ........... $12,675
with most meals included.                                            Boston ..................... 12,655              New York/Newark .... 12,655
Excursions are included for students on the Traditional Program      Buffalo ..................... 12,655             Orlando .................... 12,675
only. Students on the Internship Program can participate on the      Chicago .................... 12,715              Philadelphia.............. 12,675
excursions for an additional fee. See page 36 for details.
                                                                     Cincinnati ................. 12,715              Phoenix .................... 12,615
INTERNET ACCESS                                                      Dallas ....................... 12,655            Pittsburgh ................ 12,675
                                                                     Denver ..................... 12,655              Raleigh/Durham ....... 12,675
Internet access is available in the dormitories to students
bringing their own laptops.                                          Des Moines ............. 12,675                  San Francisco........... 12,515
                                                                     Detroit...................... 12,695             Seattle...................... 12,515
AIFS SUPPORT STAFF                                                   Houston ................... 12,675               St Louis.................... 12,715
AIFS provides a full-time Resident Director highly familiar with     Los Angeles ............. 12,515                 Washington/Dulles .. 12,695
Beijing, the university and student support, exclusively to          Miami....................... 12,675
assist AIFS students on this program. The Resident Director
helps organize the cultural activities and excursions. A bi-         Please note fee does not include the non-refundable $95 application fee and $250 refund-
lingual Director of Residence Life lives in the student housing      able damage deposit.
and facilitates interaction with the university local students and
services.




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                      Beyond the Classroom                                                Finally, in Shanghai, take a guided sightseeing tour of old
                                                                                          Shanghai where you will visit the Yu Garden, the Bund and
                                                                                          Nanjing Road, the famous shopping street. The next day tour
                                                                                          Shanghai Urban Exhibition Center and visit the permanent
                      Learning does not begin or end in the classroom. To help you
                                                                                          buildings from the 2010 World Expo. Finish off the day with
                      get a true taste of Chinese culture, a wealth of cultural activi-
                                                                                          an evening River Boat Cruise. On your last day visit Shanghai
                      ties and excursions are included in your program fee.
                                                                                          Pudong and the Oriental Pearl T.V. Tower plus free time to
                      The Resident Director organizes a variety of activities which       explore Shanghai on your own.
                      usually include the following:
                      •       Tiananmen Square                                            Tianjin (2 days)
                      •       Forbidden City
                                                                                          Included in program fee for students on the Traditional Program
                      •       Temple of Heaven
                                                                                          Depart Beijing via high-speed train and arrive in this historic
                      •       Hutongs
                                                                                          city which blends Western and Eastern culture. Visit the old
                      •       Summer Palace                                               financial district, the famous river walk and new Tianjin Eco-
                      •       Great Wall of China                                         City, a forward-looking project for environmentally conscious
                                                                                          living in cooperation with Singapore. Enjoy free time to explore
                      •       Beijing Urban Exhibition Center                             Tianjin on your own.
                      •       Peking Duck restaurant
                      •       Acrobat show                                                Xi’an (3 days)
                                                                                          Included in program fee for students on the Traditional Program

                                                                                          Get to know Xi’an, a former capital of the Chinese Empire
                      Cultural Excursions                                                 for almost a thousand years and one of China’s oldest settle-
                                                                                          ments.
                      Please note: all excursions are included in the program fee for     Enjoy guided visits to the Shaanxi Museum, Big Goose Pa-
                      students on the Traditional Program only. Students on the Intern-   goda, Great Mosque, Terracotta Warriors and City Wall, plus an
                      ship Program can participate on the excursions for an additional    evening Tang Dynasty Cultural Show with dinner.
                      fee as follows:                                                     Excursions include accommodations, travel, sightseeing and meals as specified in
                          •	 Nanjing, Suzhou and Shangai (7 days - $1,145)                the itinerary. Dates and itineraries are subject to change.

                          •	 Tianjin (2 days - $195)
                          •	 Xi’an (3 days - $325)

                      Nanjing, Suzhou and Shanghai (7 days)
                      Included in program fee for students on the Traditional Program
                                                                                                                          Your Resident Director,
                      Tour more of China on a week long excursion. Visit Nanjing, a
                      former capital, with its famous museums and parks; Suzhou                                           Colin Speakman
                      with its beautiful gardens; and Shanghai, the symbol of China’s                                     phone: (011 86) 1371 895 9988
                      economic progress and site of the 2010 World Expo.
                                                                                                                          e-mail: cmspeakman@gmail.com
                      In Nanjing visit Zhan Garden, Taiping Rebellion Museum,
                      Confucius Temple area, the Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Mausoleum at the
                      foot of Purple Mountain, and the famous Nanjing Massacre            Nihao! I’ve worked for AIFS for over 20 years, planning and delivering
                      Museum. Enjoy a welcome dinner on the evening you arrive.           programs in many countries and have established programs specifi-
                                                                                          cally in China since 2004. I’m here to help you develop understanding
                                                             ,
                      Next head to Suzhou, “Heaven on Earth” where you visit              and confidence during your time studying abroad.
                      the Humble Administrator’s Garden, the Tiger Hill Tower and
                                                                                          I graduated from the London School of Economics, undertook post-
                      Gardens.
                                                                                          graduate certificates and diplomas in education and received an MA in
                                                                                          Education Management as well as qualifications from the Chartered
                                                                                          Institute of Marketing. I have taught at Richmond University and vari-
                                                                                          ous institutions of Higher Education. In my spare time I am a keen
                                                                                          economist and regularly contribute articles on economic affairs for
                                                                                          China Daily – China’s largest English language newspaper.
                                                                                          Having lived in both the U.S. and China, I will help you value every min-
                                                                                          ute of your time here in this wonderful city. You will love the extreme
                                                                                          contrasts between the long history and modern buildings in China. I
                                                                                          look forward to welcoming you to the country that has become my
                                                                                          home!
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                                                                                                                                                 Beijing, China
Academics
Beijing Language and Culture
University

Founded in 1962 by the Education Ministry of China, Beijing
Language and Culture University (BLCU) serves as the national
center for teaching Chinese language and culture to foreigners,
and for training teachers specialized in teaching Chinese as a
second language.
BLCU confers degrees at Bachelor, Master and PhD level. Each
year, the University enrolls approximately 10,000 full-time stu-
dents: approximately 6,000 are foreign students from more than
100 countries. BLCU has the largest number of foreign students
in Beijing. The University currently cooperates with more than 50
distinguished institutions in more than 20 countries. The universi-
ty was selected to host the Harvard University program in China
and is the leading Chinese university sponsoring the establish-
ment of Confucius Institutes abroad in cooperation with universi-
ties in many countries. The University is located in the heart of
Beijing’s “university sector” in the North-West section of the
city and is well served by local shopping, restaurants, parks and
the Beijing subway system. The Summer Palace and the Beijing
Olympic Green are in this area of town.




Overview

Attendance is mandatory. Students absent from class without           Internship Program
prior authorization may receive lower or failing grades.
grades No AIFS participant is permitted to take a course              Please note that all students interested in doing an internship
without receiving a letter grade. Pass/fail grade options are not     will need to complete an additional application form and submit
available.                                                            this, together with a resumé and cover letter to the AIFS College
Student advising The AIFS Resident Director and staff in the          Division. More details are available on request from the AIFS
International Education Center are available for student academic     Admissions Officer.
advising.                                                             Assessment Students take exams in all courses.
                                                                      Classes meet for intensive 3 week session and subsequent
Traditional Program                                                   follow-up. Economic and Business Development of China.
                                                                      (Internship seminars meet 1 day a week until end of semester;
Assessment Students take exams in all courses.                        approximately 14 weeks)

Classes The Chinese language and Chinese culture courses              Course load Earn up to 15 credits. All students take all courses
meet for an intensive 3-week session and then continue with           on the special Internship Program, and receive 6 credits for Inter-
course-related language partner meetings and cultural activities      national Internship (placement, seminars and project), 3 credits
respectively throughout the semester.                                 for each of Mandarin Chinese for beginners, Chinese Culture and
                                                                      Economic and Business Development of China (these courses
The Economic and Business Development of China course and             are taught throughout the semester).
the internship seminars meet throughout the semester on the
academic study day.                                                   Transcripts are issued by Beijing Language and Culture University.

Course load Between 12 and 18 credits are available. All
students take beginner, intermediate or advanced Mandarin (6
credits) and at least 2 of the 4 other courses.
Transcripts are issued by Beijing Language and Culture University.

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                      Course Descriptions


                      Traditional Program

                      MANDARIN lANgUAgE COURSES                                            COURSES TAUgHT IN ENglISH
                      Chinese 101 (6)                                                      Social Science 303 (3)
                      Mandarin Chinese for Beginners/lower Intermediate                    Chinese Culture and Philosophy
                      For students who have little or no prior experience in learning      This course will examine many aspects of Chinese life from a
                      Chinese and those who have learned PinYin and mastered a             cultural and philosophical perspective including education, art,
                      small vocabulary, but cannot communicate in fluent and com-          architecture, religion, and codes of behavior, and examine the
                      plete sentences. Course covers useful expressions, situational       influences from different periods, including 20th century changes
                      conversations and basic sentence structure, and recognition of       and the reforms since 1978. The challenges of the current pace
                      Chinese characters. Course aims to take students to a vocabu-        of change in China are considered. The course comprises both
                      lary of over a thousand words and develop ability to participate     classroom and field studies using the range of co-curricula cul-
                      in continuous conversation related to daily topics. The course       tural visits included in the overall program. The course meets for
                      meets for approximately 100 hours.                                   45 hours.
                      Chinese 301 (6)                                                      History 304 (3)
                      Mandarin Chinese Upper Intermediate/lower Advanced                   Chinese History
                      This course is for students with a vocabulary of about two           This course examines the history of China as one of the world’s
                      thousand words, who are able to retell longer passages and can       oldest civilizations. It reviews the impact of the major dynasties,
                      conduct conversations about common topics in relatively well-        the sources of evidence of ancient times, the Emperors, the
                      organized paragraphs. The focus is on increasing vocabulary and      wars, the lifestyles and different capitals associated with each
                      expression as well as further mastery of grammar and Chinese         major period and the legacies of this rich history. The historical
                      characters. As the course progresses students should be able         background will be reinforced by the many historic sites seen in
                      to carry on discussions on daily topics at normal speed with the     excursions included in the overall program. The course meets for
                      right intonation, proper diction and sentences and demonstrate       45 hours.
                      creativity and flexibility in using language. The course meets for
                                                                                           Business/Economics 303 (3)
                      approximately 100 hours.
                                                                                           Economic and Business Development in China
                      Chinese 401 (6)                                                      The disciplines of economics and international business provide
                      Mandarin Chinese Advanced/Upper Advanced                             the focus for this course. Beginning with a global perspective on
                      This course is for students with a significant vocabulary of four    China today, the economic development of China from planned
                      thousand words. The focus is mastery of grammar and Chinese          to market economy is examined as a prelude to business devel-
                      characters and taking competencies to a high level. Students         opment in China. There is a focus on current economic issues
                      should be able to carry on discussions on a variety of specialized   in development, trade and marketing. The relationship between
                      topics at correct speed and intonation. The course meets for ap-     China and the World Trade Organization and China’s role in the
                      proximately 100 hours.                                               new world economic order are included. The course meets for 45
                                                                                           hours.
                                                                                           International Relations 308 (3)
                                                                                           International Relations and Chinese Foreign Policy
                                                                                           The course examines issues in post-1945 international relations
                                                                                           with a focus on Chinese foreign policy. Following an overview of
                                                                                           historical influences on China’s foreign relations, China’s chang-
                                                                                           ing relationships with the Soviet and American superpowers are
                                                                                           examined. China’s role as a revolutionary power is reviewed,
                                                                                           followed by the influences on China’s international economic
                                                                                           relations. China’s national security interests in international affairs
                                                                                           are examined. The course ends with a look at China’s role in the
                                                                                           twenty-first century as an emerging superpower, including the
                                                                                           goal of reuniting of all Chinese territory. The course meets for 45
                                                                                           hours.


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                                                                                                                                              Beijing, China
Internship Program

Chinese 102 (3)                                                       Internship Placement
Mandarin Chinese for beginners
For students who have little or no prior experience in learning
                                                                      A resumé enhancing unpaid work placement in China’s capital
Chinese and those who have learned some PinYin and a small
vocabulary, but cannot communicate in complete sentences.
                                                                      Beijing for 10 weeks. No prior knowledge of Mandarin is
Course covers useful expressions, situational conversations and       required. Students are placed in organizations with English-
basic sentence structure and focuses on conversational Manda-         speaking and Chinese staff.
rin. The course aims to take students to a vocabulary of around       After initial program application and review, students will
500 words. The course meets for 45 hours including the intro-         receive a supplementary internship placement application form
ductory 3 week session and continuation with language partner         and should submit this, together with a resumé and statement
for further development.                                              in support of their chosen field from those available. More de-
Social Science 302 (3)                                                tails are available on request from the AIFS Admissions Officer.
Chinese Culture                                                       AIFS arranges its supervised internship placements in Beijing
This course will examine many aspects of Chinese life including       in cooperation with CRCC Asia Ltd, its exclusive partner, expe-
historical background, codes of behavior, beliefs and education       rienced in successful placement arrangements.
including 20th Century changes, the reforms since 1978, and
current issues in transition. A component will look at the cultural   Previous internship placements by CRCC Asia in Beijing have
aspects of working in and doing business in China. The course         included the following organizations:
meets for 45 hours including the 3 week session and continua-           •	 PWC
tion with course-related cultural activities.
                                                                        •	 Suzlon
Business/Economics 303 (3)
Economic and Business Development of China                              •	 Novartis
The disciplines of economics and international business provide         •	 Ogilvy
the focus for this course. Beginning with a global perspective on
China today, the economic development of China from planned             •	 Brunswick
to market economy is examined as a prelude to business devel-           •	 Text 100
opment in China. There is a focus on current issues in develop-
ment, trade and marketing. The relationship between China and           •	 Orient Fund Management
the World Trade Organization and China’s role in the new world          •	 Deheng Law Firm
economic order are included. The course meets for 45 hours
throughout the semester.                                                •	 Law Spirit

Bus/Com/Econ/SocSci 390 (6)                                             •	 Devere
International Internship                                                •	 Montpelier China Entrepreneurs
Students intern in organizations based in Beijing for 10 weeks.
They attend campus one day a week including periodic internship
review and discussion of internship project. The overall program
combines workplace learning with classroom-based study. Credit
is awarded only for successful completion of all aspects of the
program. Internships are unpaid and monitored. The students
must submit an internship project which describes and analyses
the workplace, the industry and goals achieved. Students present
on their internship in their final on campus study day. The course
meets for 45 credit hours.




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