The US China Global Governance Forum

Uniting For Progress in a Changing World

The US China Global Governance Forum
Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Princeton University

The Global Governance Forum will be held on Princeton University's historic campus. This year's Global Governance Forum is based on a two-pronged theme, beginning with a thorough comparison of the existing political and legal frameworks in the US and China, and culminating in an analysis of spaces in which the US and China can collaborate on timely global policy issues.

See for conference details and application.

Sixty delegates will be selected for the conference. To ensure a diversity of perspectives, twenty-five from schools in the United States, twenty-five from schools in China, and ten from schools elsewhere in the world.

Delegates will either be hosted in student dormitories, or be provided a hotel with complimentary shuttle service to and from the Princeton campus. Meals will also be provided for the duration of the conference.

PUCC is committed to ensuring that financial considerations do not bar otherwise qualified individuals from participating in the Global Governance Forum. There is no conference fee. PUCC will cover the full cost of food for the duration of the conference. Though PUCC will make every attempt to provide financial assistance for travel, delegates are ultimately responsible for arranging their own transportation to and from Princeton University.

The application deadline is February 26th. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted and interviewed the following week. PUCC will notify applicants of their final selection no later than March 5th. The application can be found under the "application" tab.