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Institute of Education for International Students
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
Date:[2010-4-12]

Institute of Education for International Students

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

PROSPECTUS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GDUFS) is located in Guangzhou (old Canton, population 8,000,000), the capital city of Guangdong Province and the largest and most important business center in China

 


The Tianhe area of Guangzhou

 

About the Institute.

The Institute of Education for International Students is responsible for the enrollment, teaching and administration of programs for international students. To-date, the Institute has received more than 6,000 international students from over 70 countries. Our program features include:

 

·        A flexible program setup, year-round application and aptitude-based

teaching (12 levels)

·        A highly experienced faculty with international teaching experience

·        Business Chinese language programs catering to the needs of both students and professionals.

·        The program features regular tours to nearby trade and cultural centers as well as MNC’s based in Guangdong, and

·        A regular Chinese Corner with participation by Chinese students from 14 on-campus language programs (English, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Malay, Vietnamese, Thai, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Arabic) all participating to help non-native Chinese speakers to improve their fluency.

IEIS provides comprehensive, service-oriented and highly affordable study abroad programs based on the idea that the best way to learn Chinese is through immersion in both the language and the culture. Too, we believe that studying and traveling in China should be fun and exciting.

The IEIS at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies takes the uncertainty and difficulty out of coming to China, but not the adventure and excitement. All necessities are provided and we provide a wide range of services 24/7after arrival, leaving you to study the langue, explore the culture and have fun, interacting with local people, fellow students and expats living abroad.

Combining Mandarin Chinese language classes with extra-curricular workshops, language tutorials, social activities, interaction with native speakers, fun events and excursions of from 3 to 7 nights, our programs offer an unparalleled range of choice. Held throughout the year, the IEIS programs are interesting and affordable options for total immersion into the Chinese culture, language, and way of life.

IEIS provides a wide variety of courses and levels to meet your specific learning needs. Whether you want to learn or improve upon your Chinese, get high scores on the HSK Exam, learn more about Chinese business and business language, understand Chinese Culture, learn Martial Arts, teach, intern, or volunteer in rural China we have the program to help you achieve your goals.

The Chinese language skills you develop during your program with IEIS will stay with you throughout your life, providing new experiences, new opportunities, new friends and a new window through which to see the world.

We invite you to discover one of the oldest civilizations on earth that is currently undergoing the largest, most rapid modernization any nation has ever experienced. In this land of culture and contrasts the future meets the past with unpredictable, but always unique and exciting outcomes. Join us in China and we are certain you will enjoy an educational experience that will be profoundly rewarding and certainly unforgettable!

City Overview:

Guangzhou (Chinese: 广州) is the capital and a sub-provincial city of Guangdong Province in the southern part of the People’s Republic of China. The city is also known by an alternative English name, Canton. It is a port on the Pearl River, navigable to the South China Sea, and is located about 120 km (75 miles) northwest of Hong Kong. It is the most populous city in Guangdong Province and the third most populous metropolitan area in mainland China.

Economic Overview:

Guangzhou is the economic centre of the Pearl River Delta, one of mainland China’s leading commercial and manufacturing regions. The China Import and Export Fair, also called “Canton Fair”, is held every year in April and October by Ministry of Trade in Guangzhou. Inaugurated in the spring of 1957, the Fair is a major event for the city.   The 3rd largest metropolis in China after Beijing and Shanghai, and only two hours by train from Hong Kong and Macau, Guangzhou has long enjoyed fame as an historic and cultural center and an exciting global business center and economic hub. The city is known as “the Southern Gate of China”. Guangzhou is…

·        A subtropical coastal city, enjoying a temperate climate without extremes throughout the year. Flowers blossom year ’round, creating an aura that has earned Guangzhou the label of “The City of Flowers”. Highlighted by the charming Pearl River and the Baiyun Mountain forest and temple reserve, the city has also been bestowed the title as “An International Green Community”

·        A financial, business, logistics and economic hub boasting highly-developed and convenient transportation networks connecting major cities around the world.  It is but a 2-hour train ride from both Hong Kong or Macao.

·        A gourmet paradise with enormous fame the center of Cantonese cuisine.

·        Home to GDUFS which is well-situated in this splendid city. Surrounded by the Baiyun Mountain reserve, the North Campus enjoys a beautiful environment with marvelous greens and flowers, winding streams and intricate bridges…all immersed in fresh air making the campus an ideal place for academic studying and enjoying nature. The South Campus of is located on the other extreme of Guangzhou at the Higher Education Mega Center, is a unique place to study with outstanding students from more than 10 universities gathered together on specially designed learning center.

 

The Business Environment

 

·        Guangdong Province is a manufacturing center to the world, attracting

investment from more than 1/3 of the Fortune 500 companies.

·        Guangzhou is known as the beacon of China’s Reform and Opening-Up

      policy, making up 1/3 of Chinas export trade and topping the nation’s

      provincial GDP contribution.

·        Commercial center and economic hub: Home to the biannual “China

Import and Export Fair”, attracting business people from around the

world for purchase and procurement of all of China’s products and

offering students participating in GDUFS programs, a unique base for

practical training

 

About GDUFS

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, as an institution, evolved from the original Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Languages and the Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Trade. GDUFS has become a key university in Guangdong Province with a broad international reputation in foreign languages and economics and foreign trade education. After 40 years of development, the University now has 3 campuses totaling 145 hectares in area, hosting over 26,000 students.

The university is…

·        Oriented to both teaching and research and is well-known as a center for

international business majors including finance, trade, business

administration and foreign languages

·        Features outstanding foreign language teaching, offering 14 language

programs in English, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian-Malay, Vietnamese,

Thai, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Arabic

·        The university boasts a long list of important key majors including

·        International Trade, Business Administration, International Finance, Accounting, Logistics Management, Conventional Economics, International Business and more.

·        Provides all-English programs in the areas of International trade,

International Finance, International Business, Marketing and Journalism

·        Boasts a graduate employment rate over of 99% , with its graduates being active in all areas of trade and business, and…

·        Is authorized to conduct the National Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi language

     exam, also known as the HSK.

 

 

Chinese Language Programs

 

1. Short and Long-Term Chinese Language Training Programs 

    Levels: Introductory, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced.

 

    Applications accepted throughout the year. Elementary or above-level

    students are eligible for immediate enrollment. Flexible term setup is available

    based on individual needs: Length of study period may vary from 4 weeks, 8

    weeks, half year, 1-year or may be extended to several years if desired.  

 

    Tuition fee: RMB17200 / per year, RMB 8600 / per term, RMB 4700 / 8 weeks

    Application fee: RMB 500

 

2. Intensive Chinese Training Programs (for Winter and Summer Vacations)

    4-week programs beginning in January and July of each year. Participants at

    Introductory, Elementary or Intermediate l ary, ed intensive courses in communicating in Chinese. ear. evels can take intensive courses in

    Communicative Chinese. 

 

    Tuition fee: RMB 2600, Application fee: RMB 300

 

Undergraduate Programs

 

1.      Undergraduate Program of Chinese Language (4-year credit-based)

* Chinese Language (Business Chinese)

* Chinese Language (Chinese Language and Culture)

      Students will study basic Chinese language courses for grade 1 and 2, and

      study the core courses for grade 3 and 4. The students passing HSK4 could

      directly enroll grade 2, and passing HSK6 directly enroll grade 3.

      Qualification required: Graduation from high school or above

      Tuition fee: RMB18400/year,  Application fee: RMB 500

 

2.  All-English Undergraduate Programs (4-year credit-based)

     All-English or bilingual teaching is adopted for the core courses for programs

     in International Business, International Trade, Business Administration,

     Marketing and International Finance.

     Qualification required: Graduation from high school or above and HSK 4.

     Tuition fee: RMB 22,080/year, Application fee: RMB 500

 

3.  Art Programs (4-year credit-based)

     Qualification required: Graduation from high school or above and HSK 4.

     Tuition fee: RMB 28,000/year, Application fee: RMB 500

 

4.  Other Undergraduate Programs (4-year credit-based)

     Programs are offered in English, Japanese, German, French, Russian,

     Spanish, Italian, Thai, Indonesian/Malay, VietnameseKorean, International

     Business, Translation and Interpreting Studies, Law, Diplomacy, International 

     Politics, Public Administration, and Applied Psychology on North Campus;

     International Economy and Trade, Finance, Insurance, Marketing, Accounting,

     Business Administration, Financial Management, Human Resource

     Management, Logistics, Computer Science and Technology, Statistics,

     Information Management and System, Journalism, Advertising, Music and

     Performing Arts and Art and Design.

     Qualification required: Graduation from high school or above and HSK 4

     Tuition fee: RMB 18,400/year, Application fee: RMB 500

Postgraduate Programs

1.  Masters Programs (2-year credit-based)

     International Economy, Regional Economy, International Trade, Civil and

     Business Laws, International Laws, International Relations, Political

     Education, Arts, Contrastive Literature and World Literature, Accounting,

     Business Administration, English, Russian, French, German, Spanish,

     Japanese, Asian-African Language and Literature, and Linguistics and

     Applied Linguistics.

     Qualification required: Bachelor’s degree and HSK 6                                      

     Passing the Entrance Qualification Examination of the University

     Tuition fee: RMB 20,000/year, Application fee: RMB 500

 

2.      MBA 

     All-English teaching program (full-time 2-year credit-based )

     Qualification required: Bachelor’s degree, IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 600

     Passing the Entrance Qualification Examination of the University

     Tuition fee: RMB 39,000/year, Application fee: RMB 500

 

3.  MTI (Master of Translation/Interpretation) (full-time 2-year credit-based)

     Qualification required: Bachelor’s degree, HSK 6, IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 600

     Passing the Entrance Qualification Examination of the University

     Tuition fee: RMB 30,000/year, Application fee: RMB 500

 

4.  Doctoral Programs (3-year credit-based)

     English, French, Japanese Language and Literature, and Linguistics and      

     Applied Linguistics,

     Qualification required: Master’s degree, HSK 6

     Passing the Entrance Qualification Examination of the University

     Tuition fee: RMB 24,000/year, Application fee: RMB 500 

 

5.  Exchange students programs, 2+2 Cooperative Programmes, and Study

     Tour Programmes with Foreign Universities and Organizations

 

 

Admission Procedures:

1.      Language Training Programs(Programs for independent students and/or professionals)

      Applications accepted year ’round and require a: Photocopy of your passport

      and visa accompanied by 3 passport-type photos

 

2.      Undergraduate Programs:

      Applications filed before August 1st of each year must be accompanied by the

      following documents/materials:

 

(1)    Photocopy of the relevant HSK certificate and/or Transcript or Score Report detailing the level of Chinese language ability attained.

 

(2)    High School Certificate and transcript of previous Chinese language study (In case the language of the certificate or transcript is neither Chinese nor English, the papers should be submitted with a notarized Chinese or English translation)

 

(3)    Photocopy of your passport and visa, and 7 passport-type photos

 

3.      Masters programs

      Applications must be filed before April 30th of each year. Time for the

      Entrance Qualification Examination will determine the final date for

      submission of all materials.

 

(1)    Photocopy of the relevant HSK certificate and/or Transcript or Score Report detailing the level of Chinese language ability attained.

 

(2)    Photocopy of your passport and visa, and 7 passport-type photos

 

(3)    Photocopies of University Graduation Certificate and a Certificate of the awarding of the Bachelor’s degree (In case that the language used in the certificate or transcript is neither Chinese nor English, the papers should be submitted with notarized Chinese or English translation), and…

 

 (3 )   Recommendation letters by two supervisors/professors with title of

          Associate professor or above.

 

4Doctoral programs: Applications must be filed before April 30th of each year. Time for Entrance Qualification Examination will be informed in advance. Materials to be submitted for admission include:

 

(1Photocopy of the relevant HSK certificate and/or Transcript or Score

       Report detailing the level of Chinese language ability attained.

 

(2)       Photocopy of your passport and visa, and 7 passport-type photos

 

(3)       Photocopies of the Graduation Certificate and Certificate attesting to the award of a Master’s degree (In case the language used in the certificate or transcript is neither Chinese nor English, the papers should be submitted with a notarized Chinese or English translation)

 

Visas:

       After applicant materials have been duly examined, successful applicants

       will receive a Notice of Admission from GDUFS, as well as a Visa

       Application  Form for Study in China (JW202) which is to be issued by the

       Ministry of Education. Applicants are to apply for a student visa at the

       Chinese Embassy or Consulate in their home country.

Insurance:

International students must purchase the Overall Insurance & Benefit Plan for International Students during registration (including Insurance for Loss of Life, Accidental Injury Medical Treatment Insurance and Hospitalization Insurance)

Cost is RMB 600/person/year, or RMB 300/person/half year

 

Accommodations and Dining:

Double rooms (equipped with television, telephone, internet connection, air-conditioning, a refrigerator, hot water supply, private toilet/bath, and with a common-area washing machine on every floor) are available in the international residence buildings on the North Campus. Rates vary from RMB 30-50/per day/per bed and 60-100/per day/per room. Students can also choose to rent a flat on or off campus. Flats are available at reasonable rates and within 100 meters of the campus. Units are well-equipped and classed as international student apartments with single and double-rooms available at reasonable prices. Students on the South Campus can share dormitory rooms with Chinese students at a rate of RMB 1,700 - 6,800/year. The various student and faculty canteens on campus can serve most appetites at a cost of around 20 RMB (USD$3 or 2 Euros) per day. Various restaurants within easy walking distance of the university serve meals that are available at very reasonable prices.

 


Introduction
An internship in China is a life changing opportunity, exposing individuals to a business environment and a culture far different from their own. However, it is important to understand that it is not JUST about the internship, but the overall experience of working and living in a foreign country; gaining exposure and being placed in situations that build character and skills that are useful in any future job.


Why is it important to work with a university for an internship in China? Unlike the United States and European countries, internships are not as abundant in China, and many that are available are given to local university students. GDUFS and the IEIS work with companies of our Board of Directors and other community contacts thus assuring that the placements are trustworthy, and, the university provides all of the support services one needs.

Process
Abroad China places each intern on an individual basis, based on the intern's field of interest and qualifications. For complete details regarding the internship placement process and program process, see below (end of doc).

SUMMER PROGRAMS


Our Summer Programs consist of two 9 week internship programs geared for university students or recent graduates that include housing, networking events, weekend trips and many other features. There are two start dates for the Summer Programs to accommodate the various university schedules. (Provide a ‘click here’ option for program searches)

 

The IEIS Summer Internship Programs offer the unique opportunity to gain work experience, participate in language study classes and activities and develop a cultural understanding while living in the world's fastest growing economy. This program offers experience in all aspects of living overseas, an invaluable asset to the personal development of students and offers the chance to add an exceptional experience to one's resume.

REQUIREMENTS

·        Applicant must have obtained or currently be pursuing an undergraduate

degree (BA/BS or equivalent) at an accredited institution

·        Applicant must be a native English speaker or illustrate fluency

·        Chinese Language ability is desirable but NOT a requirement

 

PROGRAM SUMMARY
The summer program is a 9 week program with two main intake dates designed to accommodate both semester and quarter academic schedules. Interns are placed in a dormitory or dormitory style accommodation, either at a Chinese university or a hotel. Students may choose one of three options depending on preference and goals.


(1) INTERN ONLY OPTION
The Internship Only Option is for those individuals who would like to devote all of their time and energy towards working and are not interested in Chinese language study. Students are placed in a domestic Chinese or an international company in one of the three fields of interest available. The actual internship duties will vary based on the skills and experience and language skills of the intern and the service language of the company. If you do not have any previous Chinese language experience, we recommend that you take the language study option as English is not widely spoken and learning the local language contributes to the overall experience of living abroad.

Intern Work Hours: Minimum of 32 hours per week – typically Monday through Thursday.


Stipend: 50 RMB or more per day worked

(2) INTERN/STUDY OPTION
This is the most popular option, exposing students to the full range of experiences available in China – working, language study, and experiencing China's culture. Students are placed in a domestic Chinese or an international company in one of the three fields chosen and will attend classes at the IEIS facilities at the GDUFS Baiyun Campus. The student may choose between beginner level, intermediate level, or advanced level courses; students may be given a placement test to determine the appropriate course level. We encourage applicants who do not speak Chinese to take this option as English is not widely spoken and learning the local language contributes to the overall experience of living abroad.

Intern Work Hours: Minimum 24 hours per week – typically Tuesday through Thursday
Language Course Hours: 6 hours per week (48 hours total) – typically Monday and Friday

(3) LANGUAGE STUDY ONLY OPTION
The study only option provides students with intensive Chinese language courses. Participants take 20 hours of classes per week (160 hours total), four hours each day Monday through Friday. Participants can enroll in beginner, intermediate or advanced classes depending upon their level. Those students who have some Chinese ability will be given a placement test before being assigned to a class. Classes will be with a group of international students and taught by qualified university instructors.

Language Course Hours: 20 hours per week (160 hours total) – typically Monday through Friday

 

(4) MBA/Pre-MBA STUDY/INTERNSHIP OPTIONS

This is a popular option for students currently enrolled in MBA programs or for Pre-MBA students who want exposure to a full range of study, business culture and social experiences available in China. Students are placed in a domestic Chinese or an international company in one of three fields of interest indicated and will attend classes at the IEIS facilities at the GDUFS Baiyun Campus. The student will take MBA courses in English with an emphasis on Chinese Business Culture. Networking events with US, Canadian and European Chambers of Commerce and Consulates are a frequent option. Weekend trips to surrounding cities provides an opportunity to see the ‘real China’ and to visit resorts, spas and manufacturing sites are scheduled on a regular basis. We encourage applicants who do not speak Chinese to take a language class option as English is not widely spoken and learning the local language contributes to the overall experience of living abroad.

Intern Work Hours: Minimum 24 hours per week – typically Tuesday through Thursday


MBA Course Hours: 6 to 12 per week – typically Monday or Friday

Language Course Hours: 6 hours per week (48 hours total) – typically Monday or Friday

PROGRAM FEATURES

·        Internship with stipend (except study only option)*

·        Accommodations**

·        Visa application assistance (US only) 

·        Airport pick-up/drop-off in China

·        Welcome Package(cell phone, map, business cards, etc.)

·        China Orientation and welcome dinner

·        City Orientation tour/Night Dinner Cruise on the Pearl River

·        One networking event and one cultural event

·        Travel assistance Call center support

·        Chinese language study (Internship/Study option or Language Study Option)

·        One Weekend Trip


APPLICATION DEADLINE
    Summer Session A: The application deadline is March 30, 2010
    Summer Session B: The application deadline is April 27, 2010

PROGRAM DATES
    Summer A: June 4 to August 5

    Summer B: June 25 to August 26



 

PROGRAM FEES

 

City Option

Program Option

 

(1) Intern Only

(2) Intern/Study

(3) MBA Study/Intern

GZ/GD

   $4700 USD

    $5500 USD

 $6300 USD

INTERNSHIP AND STIPEND
Program participants will be placed in an MNC or domestic Chinese company or Chinese branch of a foreign company in one of three fields chosen. Participants taking the Internship Only option will work four (4) days per week, typically Monday through Thursday, eight (8) hours each day. Participants taking the Internship/Study option will work three (3) days per week, typically Tuesday through Thursday, eight (8) hours each day.

Stipends will vary from 150 RMB per day worked or more depending on the intern's qualifications, experience and company. The stipend is intended to cover some of the daily expenses incurred by the intern.

ACCOMODATIONS
Accommodation costs ARE NOT included in the program fee. Interns will be housed in a university campus or company dormitory OR a dormitory style hotel. Students will have a roommate during the duration of the program unless private accommodations are requested. Private room costs are extra.

Application Forms

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM
The young professional program is designed for current college students or college graduates looking to work in China for more than two months. The program is designed to remove all the uncertainties involved in moving and living overseas. In addition to the internship and other services offered, Abroad China can help to arrange language classes as well.


MBA PROGRAM

The MBA Program is ideal for individuals currently pursuing or having completed their MBA degree or equivalent and want to bolster their resume with international work experience. Students who are entering an MBA program in the Fall are also welcome to apply. There are two MBA programs, one designed to accommodate MBA students during their summer break, and the other designed for people that want to stay in China for a longer period of time. In addition to the internship and other services offered, IEIS can help to arrange language classes as well.

 

Internships are found for program participants on an individual basis in order to best meet each person's requirements. Below are examples of various job descriptions of internship opportunities that are being studied by our office.


It is important to remember that the actual internship will vary based upon the intern's skills, abilities, experience and the local job market at the time. It is also important to remember that having an internship in China is more than just the job; it is about the overall experience of working and living overseas and interacting with individuals from different cultures on a level that is impossible when studying abroad or traveling.

 

SAMPLE ‘JOB’ DESCRIPTIONS
Industry Marketing
Internship Position: Brand Consultant
Job Description:
1. Research and interpretation of brand related research / insights across various industries in China
2. Design of PowerPoint documents in support of brand management related projects/proposals
3. Support of small scale field research projects/interviews
4. Support of networking activities
5. Support of administrative processes

Industry
Marketing
Internship Position: Research Analyst
Job Description:
Assist with the execution of marketing research studies by compiling, analyzing, and interpreting marketing research data, writing client reports, and creating presentations.
Responsibilities Include:
1. Participate in research proposal and design
2. Review data for errors and inconsistencies
3. Summarize data in tables, charts, and graphs
4. Runs forecasting models
5. Analyzes in-market data
6. Analyzes study results
7. Prepares initial client correspondence
8. Attends client meetings and presentations


Industry Marketing
Internship Position: Marketing Specialist (corporate training)
Job Description:
The main function is to assist marketing manager and customer relationship manager in achieving their goals.
Responsibility includes:
a. Event organizing
b. Develop and implement branding strategy
c. Customer relationship management

Industry
Business Development
Internship Position: Business Development Assistant (accounting and tax service)
Job Description:
1. Represent and promote the company by attending all American Chamber of Commerce networking events.
2. Assist Business Development Manager in sales and client development.
3. Writing and editing business reports to assist the Chinese staff members.
4. Cross train with the local Chinese staff

Industry
Business Development
Internship Position: Business Development Assistant
Job Description:
1. Entry level position assisting Business Development Manager and CEO in the development of new business
2. Development and editing of external English documents, including blog articles, proposals , marketing materials and investment related materials
3. Develop client relationships and assist in industry networking
4. Lead occasional internal communication training sessions
5. Communicating the entire project process to clients.

Industry
Consulting
Internship Position: Assistant Consultant
Job Description:
1. Support the management consultant team.
2. Conduct market research and technologic search.
3. Support the day-to-day operations of various projects.

Industry
Legal
Internship Position: Legal Intern
Job Description:
1. New Business Initiatives - Assist in the identification and implementation of new cross-functional initiatives
2. Education - Provide management and staff the necessary education and training to strategically manage and incorporate technology to effectively improve business performance and services
3. Responsible for maintaining the computing needs for the human resource and financial areas

Industry
Public Relations
Internship Position: Project Assistant
Job Description:
1. Edit and revise of projects reports and publications.
2. Attend public relationship activities.
3. Attend the 2008 Olympics Training Program organized by the company.


Industry
NGO
Internship Position: Activity coordinator
Job Description:
1. Attend activities held by the organization, such as Children Forum, etc.
2. Coordinating volunteer activities.
3. Assist in finalizing project reports, financial reports, and articles to be published.

Industry
International Trade
Internship Position: Trade and Business Development Intern
Job Description:
Intern will primarily be working with the trade and business development team. Interns are fully integrated into the company's workflow. The intern's role is dependent upon experience and eagerness to get involved. The intern must be able to follow ideas through, both on their own and within a team.
Main Tasks:
Assisting senior trade executive to:
        a. Identify and develop the international trade business
        b. Follow up the trade operation
        c. International contact
Assisting senior business development executive to:
        a. Promote the BIIP
        b. Identify and secure the potential client
        c. Complete the transaction

 

Chinese Language Program Details at a glance

 

  • Open to high school graduates, college freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
  • No previous Chinese language study required.
  • Program fee includes tuition, housing, some meals, excursions and cultural activities, airfare…if selected…and more.
  • Earn up to 6 semester credits
  • Courses taught by U.S. faculty in cooperation with Chinese and  guest lecturers at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.
  • Transcripts issued by GDUFS for Culture and Change in Chinese Society and for Economic, Legal and Business Development in Contemporary China.

 

Students are responsible to obtain visa and for costs

 

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