International Education Programs

  • Chinese In Beijing
    • Gain up to a year of Chinese language study in the modern Chinese capital of Beijing. Intensive classroom study at this top-ranked institution, cultural activities, excursions within and beyond Beijing and language tutors will make this a summer to remember.

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  • Fudan University
    • The perfect blend of traditional and modern, Shanghai, China is an ideal study abroad location due to its cultural and financial influence. The world's largest city is home to Fudan University, where you can study with exchange students interested in topics like international business, the Chinese economy, management, sociology, and Chinese development. You also have the option to further your marketing, education, or finance expertise with an internship in a global company or startup. Outside of the classroom, experience the cosmopolitan bright lights of the skyline, including The Bund.

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  • Global Studies, China
    • Join the community of Fudan and UC students learning about and sharing perspectives on China’s extensive connections with the modern world. Globalization, international politics and business activities in Shanghai come to life through field trips, a UC faculty-led seminar and internships. Life in Shanghai is high energy and low cost, where the food, cab rides and even haircuts are all reasonably priced.

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  • Peking University
    • Its history extends 3,000 years, but Beijing, China is the world's top technology hub. Explore Asian studies, political science, computer science, and biology while you expand your Chinese language skills by taking a language course or other courses in Chinese at the prestigious Peking University. After class, enjoy Instagram-worthy views of temples and other architectural marvels or venture out to world-renowned cultural sites like the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, and Tiananmen Square.

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  • Shanghai Summer
    • Fudan’s affordable summer program is ideal for first-time study in China and is packed with exciting courses taught in English. International and local faculty teach business, finance, society, politics, art, media studies, history, culture, law, journalism, environmental studies and Chinese language. The lovely campus offers a welcoming retreat for you to study alongside other international students in dynamic Shanghai.

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  • Summer Global Internship, Shanghai
    • Skyscrapers and high-speed transportation strike a balance with ancient cobbled streets and tea houses in Shanghai, a global economic hub. Build professional work experience interning with an organization on a project that matches your career goals. Many organizations welcome interns to technology, health or life sciences, communication, and social development projects. Expand your knowledge and skills through organizational site visits, industry networking events, and expert lectures. After work, view the cosmopolitan city from an observation deck above the clouds or on a riverboat tour.

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  • Business Leadership and Communication – Hong Kong
    • This highly interactive and engaging travel study program is set in vibrant Hong Kong, one of the two Special Administrative Regions of the People’s Republic of China. As one of the world’s leading financial and trade centers, Hong Kong represents an ideal place for you to embark upon this program’s two core content areas – business communications and business leadership. While in Hong Kong, you will experience global business first-hand as you meet local business leaders, visit key cultural and business sights, learn from professors with extensive regional knowledge, and immerse yourself in the economic giant of Hong Kong.

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  • Consequences of the New Market Economy – Shanghai
    • Nowhere on earth is the pace of change more breathtaking than in Shanghai. Anything seems possible in the world’s largest city of 25 million residents, which, in a decade, transformed farmland across the river from “old Shanghai” into the entirely new and globally oriented “second city” of Pudong.

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  • East-West Medicine – Shanghai
    • There is growing global interest in developing integrative medicine for improving both individual and population health. Integrative medicine, in its myriad forms, support a person-centered care model which emphasizes individuality, while imparting a holistic approach and empowering patients to take charge of their own health and healing using self-care techniques.

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  • Business Leadership and Communication – Hong Kong
    • This highly interactive and engaging travel study program is set in vibrant Hong Kong, one of the two Special Administrative Regions of the People’s Republic of China. As one of the world’s leading financial and trade centers, Hong Kong represents an ideal place for you to embark upon this program’s two core content areas – business communications and business leadership. While in Hong Kong, you will experience global business first-hand as you meet local business leaders, visit key cultural and business sights, learn from professors with extensive regional knowledge, and immerse yourself in the economic giant of Hong Kong.

      Website

  • Consequences of the New Market Economy – Shanghai
    • Nowhere on earth is the pace of change more breathtaking than in Shanghai. Anything seems possible in the world’s largest city of 25 million residents, which, in a decade, transformed farmland across the river from “old Shanghai” into the entirely new and globally oriented “second city” of Pudong.

      Website

  • East-West Medicine – Shanghai
    • There is growing global interest in developing integrative medicine for improving both individual and population health. Integrative medicine, in its myriad forms, support a person-centered care model which emphasizes individuality, while imparting a holistic approach and empowering patients to take charge of their own health and healing using self-care techniques.

      Website

  • Foreign Legal Study & Exchange Program - Tsinghua University School of Law
    • In an increasingly interconnected world, experience and familiarity with international law and other nations' legal systems and cultures is increasingly indispensable for lawyers, legal scholars and law students alike. Recognizing this powerful trend, UCLA School of Law offers various opportunities for its students, and for law students in other countries, to gain exposure to international law and the legal systems and cultures of other nations.

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Projects/Programs

Research

Education/Training

  • Global Degree Programs
    John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management
  • Center for Buddhist Studies
    International Institute
    • The UCLA Center for Buddhist Studies trains scholars and educates members of the broader community about Buddhist religion and culture in all of their diversity. Among U.S. universities, only UCLA aspires to cover all of the major traditions in this world religion.
       Project website
  • Center for Chinese Studies
    International Institute
    • The Center for Chinese Studies promotes cutting-edge scholarship in all disciplines, fosters a research and teaching environment free from political and financial pressures, and makes the results of scholarly investigations available for use beyond academic circles. We aim to become the strongest institution for China scholarship in the Western hemisphere and to serve as an independent forum for dialogue on China’s past, present, and future.
       Project website
  • Joint Research Institute in Science and Engineering, by Peking University and UCLA
    International Institute
    • The mission of The Joint Research Institute in Science and Engineering, by Peking University and UCLA (JRI) is three fold: research, education and outreach. Research: promote joint collaborative research, jointly seek research funding from government and private sources, and facilitate technology transfer of collaborative research results. Education: jointly train students as future leaders with global perspective, host exchange faculty and students, and facilitate the sharing of teaching materials. Also, to host and/or sponsor international workshops and conferences and provide homes for UCLA alumni in Beijing, and PKU alumni in Southern California.
       Project website
  • UCLA-NUS Executive MBA
    John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management
    • Delivered jointly by the UCLA Anderson School of Management and the National University of Singapore Business School, the UCLA-NUS Executive MBA provides a comprehensive perspective on international business, with particular emphasis on the thriving Asia-Pacific region. In just 15 months, you will earn two world-class MBAs while sharing an unforgettable learning experience with a diverse cohort from around the world. Your classmates, representing a wide range of industries and functional roles, will convene for two weeks at a time every three months in locations such as Singapore, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Delhi, Bangalore, and Los Angeles, for an educational experience that is truly global in scale.
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  • Fogarty Training Program on HIV-Related Malignancies in China
    School of Medicine
    • This is a Fogarty-funded training program on HIV-related malignancies in China.
  • Collaboration with Systems Medicine Institute in China
    School of Medicine
    • Institute of Systems Medicine (ISM) is a joint initiative between the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, the local government of Suzhou Industry Park (SIP), and the Suzhou Municipality. ISM will serve as a new model that will exploit systems biology and translational medicine approaches for discovery- and innovation-based research and development on medical and healthcare problems. ISM is committed to gain an international reputation for excellence in research and education by combining its academic resources with those of affiliated hospitals and translational research incubators. It aims to become a fully integrated patient-to-bench-to-product powerhouse for fighting human disease. The center's goals are to understand and develop interventions for complex human diseases that affect general populations in the world, including infectious, metabolic, inflammatory, and degenerative diseases, and cancer, and to transform medical practice by developing novel prediction methods, diagnoses, treatments, and preventative interventions for major human diseases. In 2017, a major joint publication led to the discovery of the first drug to test Zika induced microcephaly and the development of a novel live attenuated influenza vaccines against different types of influenza.
  • Global Health Clinical Electives for Senior Medical Students
    School of Medicine
    • The UCLA Center for World Health offers funding for a limited number of students interested in pursuing a global health clinical rotation in their senior year of medical school. We are currently able to offer three-week rotations at one of eight sites in seven countries (China, India, Malawi, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, and Thailand), each with a well-developed set of goals and objectives and detailed curriculum for senior students.
      Project Contact:
       Project website  -    Traci Wells
  • NIH/NHLBI Proteomics Center at UCLA: Proteome Biology and Cardiovascular Diseases
    School of Medicine
    • The NHLBI Proteomics Center at UCLA consists of an international effort led by Dr. Peipei Ping. The central scientific goal aims to provide fundamental information on the proteome biology of cardiovascular diseases, an essential component for the Human Proteome Project. This collaborative effort has been encouraged by the UCLA leadership to advance our scientific and education missions via international collaborations. Our Center thrives to support creative investigations in proteomics science and to provide a training environment for young investigators from UCLA and from the scientific community at large.
       Project website
  • International Telepathology Program
    School of Medicine
    • The international telepathology program provides second opinion pathology reviews for patients in need.
  • Zhejiang University Spine Research and Education
    School of Medicine
    • Faculty from Zhejiang University and UCLA work together on various research projects in the field of spine surgery. There is also didactic exchanges at various conferences.
      Project Contact:
        A. N. Shamie, MD
  • Guest Professorship; Invited Lecturer for Second Affiliated Hospital of the Zhejiang University (SAHZJU)
    School of Medicine
    • As a radiation oncologist who teaches clinically relevant radiation biology, Dr. Lee has been invited to give lectures and teach courses in international settings. Most commonly, he does so in China and Taiwan, where he can speak the Chinese language fluently. For three years, Dr. Lee served as Guest Professor at a UCLA-affiliated medical school in China, Second Affiliated Hospital of the Zhejiang University (SAHZJU). Since 2015, Dr. Lee has continued radiobiology teaching in both China and Taiwan at a variety of conferences, lecture series, and courses.
  • China International Conference Series on Hematolymphoid Disorders (2004-2014)
    School of Medicine
    • Seven conferences have occurred since 2004, focused on leukemia, lymphoma, and other hematolymphoid disorders.
  • UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital Partnership With Beijing Children's Hospital Group
    School of Medicine
    • UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital partners with Beijing Children's Hospital Group (a network of 20 pediatric hospitals throughout China) and Futang Research Center of Pediatric Development to improve the health and well-being of children in the world's largest country, with generous support from Mattel, Inc. and the Mattel Children's Foundation. This partnership benefits children and families in China through educational exchanges of pediatricians, clinical capacity building programs, and innovative collaborative research. Insights learned from the partnership also benefits children and families in Greater Los Angeles and the United States.
      Project Contact:
        Lena Wu
  • UCLA Global Classroom
    International Institute
    • Driven by UCLA’s mission of teaching and fostering global and local partnerships, Global Classroom collaborates with international programs and high schools to offer university-level education through in-person, credit-bearing UCLA courses. Upon completing the courses, students receive a UCLA Extension transcript with credits transferable to most US universities.
      Project Contact:
       Project website  -    Justin Zackey
  • UCLA Global Classroom
    International Institute
    • Driven by UCLA’s mission of teaching and fostering global and local partnerships, Global Classroom collaborates with international programs and high schools to offer university-level education through in-person, credit-bearing UCLA courses. Upon completing the courses, students receive a UCLA Extension transcript with credits transferable to most US universities.
      Project Contact:
       Project website  -    Justin Zackey
  • UCLA/Fogarty AIDS International Training and Research Program
    School of Medicine
    • The UCLA/Fogarty AIDS International Training and Research Program implements an innovative, collaborative research training program that contributes to building the research capacity and training of the collaborating countries, including China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Myanmar.
       Project website
  • UCLA/USC Biodemography Center - International Biomarker Harmonization Substudy
    School of Medicine
    • Project focuses on validation of protocols for collection of blood and other biological specimens in developed and developing countries. In addition, this project seeks to develop methods of cross-calibration of results across these different countries.
      Project Contact:
       Project website  -    Heather McCreath
  • Asia Pacific Center-Zhejiang Department of Sociology Collaboration
    International Institute
    • Research collaboration and scholar and student exchanges in the social sciences between UCLA and Zhejiang University. Programs include: international conferences, visiting faculty and graduate student research and teaching exchanges, and a UCLA summer institute for undergraduate students from Zhejiang.
      Project Contact:
       Project website  -    Min Zhou

Service

  • UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital Partnership With Beijing Children's Hospital Group
    School of Medicine
    • UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital partners with Beijing Children's Hospital Group (a network of 20 pediatric hospitals throughout China) and Futang Research Center of Pediatric Development to improve the health and well-being of children in the world's largest country, with generous support from Mattel, Inc. and the Mattel Children's Foundation. This partnership benefits children and families in China through educational exchanges of pediatricians, clinical capacity building programs, and innovative collaborative research. Insights learned from the partnership also benefits children and families in Greater Los Angeles and the United States.
      Project Contact:
        Lena Wu
  • Emergency Medicine in China
    School of Medicine
    • Several Chinese emergency physicians from the Second Affiliated Hospital in Hangzhou have visited the UCLA Emergency Medicine department to observe for several months. Three UCLA emergency physicians (Gregory Hendey, David Schriger, and Scott Votey) have completed visiting professorships and lectured at an annual conference in Hangzhou.

Visitors

  • 2019-20: 25 guests
    • Medicine: 5 guests
    • Sports Medicine: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 14 guests
    • Student Affairs: 1 guest
  • 2018-19: 121 guests
    • Collaboration: 7 guests
    • Higher Education: 3 guests
    • Collaboration: 4 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 14 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 3 guests
    • Media Impact: 16 guests
    • Financial Aid: 11 guests
    • Education: 7 guests
    • Medicine: 7 guests
    • Education: 5 guests
    • Education: 4 guests
    • Campus Tour: 7 guests
    • Social Services: 16 guests
    • Collaboration: 6 guests
    • Medicine: 8 guests
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Astrophysics: 2 guests
  • 2017-18: 167 guests
    • Crisis Management: 18 guests
    • Diversity: 3 guests
    • Collaboration: 3 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 2 guests
    • International Student Affairs: 5 guests
    • Cultural Exchange: 7 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 24 guests
    • Collaboration: 5 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 1 guest
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 8 guests
    • Campus Tour: 27 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 1 guest
    • Engineering- Electrical Engineering: 3 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 15 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 5 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 6 guests
    • Campus Tour: 25 guests
    • Engineering- Civil and Environmental: 9 guests
  • 2016-17: 115 guests
    • International Relations: 1 guest
    • School of Theater, Film, and Television: 2 guests
    • Collaboration: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 6 guests
    • Collaboration: 3 guests
    • Intellectual Property: 15 guests
    • Collaboration: 7 guests
    • Research: 4 guests
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Environmental Protection: 16 guests
    • Hospitals: 6 guests
    • Collaboration: 12 guests
    • Campus Tour: 3 guests
    • Admissions: 1 guest
    • Student Affairs: 6 guests
    • Higher Education: 4 guests
    • Education: 6 guests
    • Education: 1 guest
    • Education: 1 guest
    • Environmental Protection: 5 guests
    • Public Policy: 10 guests
  • 2015-16: 48 guests
    • Alumni Relations: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Intellectual Property: 1 guest
    • Student Affairs: 5 guests
    • American Universities: 10 guests
    • International Institute- Center for Chinese Studies: 3 guests
    • Collaboration: 6 guests
    • Libraries: 8 guests
    • Indiginous Peoples Affairs: 6 guests
    • Medicine: 7 guests
  • 2014-15: 97 guests
    • Natural Disaster Preparedness: 7 guests
    • Cultural Exchange: 6 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 8 guests
    • Campus tour: 11 guests
    • Civil, Electrical, Mechanical Engineering: 18 guests
    • Southeast Asian Relations: 23 guests
    • Collaboration: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 7 guests
    • Collaboration: 4 guests
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
  • 2013-14: 157 guests
    • Public Health: 15 guests
    • Finance Management: 25 guests
    • Audit and Advice: 6 guests
    • University Management: 10 guests
    • Higher Education: 10 guests
    • Campus Tour: 1 guest
    • Libraries: 1 guest
    • Information Technology: 1 guest
    • Civil, Electrical, Mechanical Engineering: 1 guest
    • Graduate Education: 1 guest
    • Audit and Advice: 1 guest
    • Information Technology: 1 guest
    • Libraries: 1 guest
    • Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions: 1 guest
    • Educational Methods: 1 guest
    • Industrial Relations: 22 guests
    • Admissions: 1 guest
    • Graduate Education: 6 guests
    • Graduate Education: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 2 guests
    • Campus tour: 10 guests
    • Urban Planning: 19 guests
    • Cultural Exchange: 20 guests
  • 2012-13: 151 guests
    • Educational Methods: 20 guests
    • Asian Programs: 3 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 5 guests
    • Public Health: 25 guests
    • Collaboration: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 6 guests
    • Campus tour: 1 guest
    • Education Abroad Program: 9 guests
    • Cultural Exchange: 2 guests
    • American Universities: 7 guests
    • Campus Tour: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Technology: 2 guests
    • American Political System: 16 guests
    • Research: 18 guests
    • Campus Tour: 16 guests
    • Campus Tour: 10 guests
  • 2011-12: 305 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 1 guest
    • Campus Tour: 1 guest
    • Career Center: 14 guests
    • Law School: 2 guests
    • Film School: 4 guests
    • Film School: 4 guests
    • Chemical Engineering and Computer Science: 9 guests
    • International Student Affairs: 25 guests
    • Hospitals: 18 guests
    • Law: 20 guests
    • Career Center: 11 guests
    • Campus Tour: 14 guests
    • Campus Tour: 21 guests
    • Chemistry: 18 guests
    • Meeting with Faculty: 1 guest
    • Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions: 3 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 2 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 6 guests
    • Public Health: 7 guests
    • Campus Tour: 27 guests
    • Collaboration: 18 guests
    • Civil, Electrical, Mechanical Engineering: 25 guests
    • Faculty Recruitment: 10 guests
    • American Universities: 7 guests
    • Human Resources: 15 guests
    • Learn about UCLA Faculty Diversity & Development faculty recruitment, retainment, and development programs; also programs on meeting campus goals.: 21 guests
  • 2010-11: 364 guests
    • Research: 16 guests
    • American Universities: 29 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 6 guests
    • Asian Programs: 2 guests
    • Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions: 1 guest
    • Asian Programs: 4 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 8 guests
    • Collaboration: 3 guests
    • Training: 25 guests
    • Collaboration: 20 guests
    • Educational Methods: 21 guests
    • Campus Tour: 19 guests
    • Career Center: 22 guests
    • Cultural Exchange: 1 guest
    • Law School: 1 guest
    • Campus Tour: 27 guests
    • Collaboration: 2 guests
    • Meeting with Faculty: 6 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 7 guests
    • Meeting with Faculty: 22 guests
    • Training: 3 guests
    • Campus Tour: 1 guest
    • Admissions: 2 guests
    • NanoTechnology: 25 guests
    • Hospitals: 11 guests
    • Campus Tour: 1 guest
    • Student Affairs: 22 guests
    • Student Affairs: 19 guests
    • Faculty Recruitment: 25 guests
    • Campus Tour: 13 guests
  • 2009-10: 90 guests
    • Music Culture: 4 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 5 guests
    • NanoTechnology: 9 guests
    • Research: 1 guest
    • Research: 6 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 2 guests
    • Law School: 6 guests
    • Research: 22 guests
    • Admissions: 15 guests
    • Collaboration: 3 guests
    • Computer Science: 1 guest
    • Research: 6 guests
    • Hospitals: 1 guest
    • Medicine: 6 guests
    • Educational Methods: 1 guest
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 1 guest
  • 2008-09: 145 guests
    • Campus Tour: 3 guests
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Public Health: 17 guests
    • Alumni Relations: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 3 guests
    • Arts Management: 7 guests
    • Collaboration: 2 guests
    • University Management: 15 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 2 guests
    • Campus Tour: 3 guests
    • International Institute- Center for Chinese Studies: 1 guest
    • International Institute- Center for Chinese Studies: 2 guests
    • Anderson School of Management: 5 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 5 guests
    • Cultural Exchange: 1 guest
    • Medicine: 12 guests
    • Administration: 10 guests
    • Architecture: 20 guests
    • NGO Management: 22 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 9 guests
  • 2007-08: 76 guests
    • Anderson School of Management: 27 guests
    • Collaboration: 3 guests
    • Collaboration: 4 guests
    • Graduate School of Education and Information Systems: 5 guests
    • Meeting with Faculty: 12 guests
    • Collaboration: 8 guests
    • Human Resources: 14 guests
    • Campus Tour: 1 guest
    • Travel: 1 guest
    • Other: 1 guest

Collaboration

Students

  • 2017-18: 15 students
    • Global & International Studies, Fudan University: 4 students
    • International Summer School, Fudan University: 4 students
    • Peking Univ.: 2 students
    • Peking University with Internship: 1 student
    • Tsinghua Univ.: 2 students
    • Intensive Summer Chinese, Peking University: 2 students
  • 2016-17: 19 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 3 students
    • Engineering, Univ. of Michigan Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ., Joint Institute: 1 student
    • Global & International Studies, Fudan University: 1 student
    • International Summer School, Fudan University: 2 students
    • Peking Univ.: 2 students
    • Peking University with Internship: 1 student
    • Summer Intensive Chinese, Peking University: 8 students
    • Tsinghua Univ.: 1 student
  • 2015-16: 16 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Fudan Univ.: 2 students
    • Global & International Studies, Fudan University: 5 students
    • International Summer School, Fudan University: 3 students
    • Language & Culture, Beijing Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Peking Univ.: 4 students
  • 2014-15: 14 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Fudan Univ.: 3 students
    • International Studies, Joint UC-Fudan Univ. (JPIS): 5 students
    • Language & Culture, Beijing Normal Univ.: 3 students
    • Peking Univ.: 1 student
    • Peking Univ.: 1 student
  • 2013-14: 18 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 3 students
    • Elementary Chinese, Beijing Normal Univ.: 3 students
    • Fudan Univ.: 4 students
    • International Studies, Joint UC-Fudan Univ. (JPIS): 1 student
    • International Summer School, Peking Univ.: 1 student
    • Language & Culture, Beijing Normal Univ.: 4 students
    • Language & Culture, East China Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Peking Univ.: 1 student
  • 2012-13: 13 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Elementary Chinese, Beijing Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Fudan Univ.: 1 student
    • International Studies, Joint UC-Fudan Univ. (JPIS): 5 students
    • International Summer School, Peking Univ.: 2 students
    • Language & Culture, East China Normal Univ.: 1 student
    • Peking Univ.: 2 students
  • 2011-12: 25 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 2 students
    • Elementary Chinese, Beijing Normal Univ.: 6 students
    • International Studies, Joint UC-Fudan Univ. (JPIS): 4 students
    • International Summer School, Peking Univ.: 6 students
    • Language & Culture, Beijing Normal Univ.: 5 students
    • Peking Univ.: 2 students
  • 2010-11: 36 students
    • Economics & Business, Fudan Univ.: 3 students
    • Elementary Chinese, Beijing Normal Univ.: 6 students
    • International Studies, Joint UC-Fudan Univ. (JPIS): 9 students
    • International Summer School, Peking Univ.: 9 students
    • Language & Culture, Beijing Normal Univ.: 5 students
    • Language & Culture, East China Normal Univ.: 2 students
    • Peking Univ.: 2 students
  • 2009-10: 47 students
    • Beijing Normal Univ.: 6 students
    • Economics & Business, Fudan Univ.: 2 students
    • Elementary Chinese, Beijing Normal Univ.: 12 students
    • International Studies, Joint UC-Fudan Univ. (JPIS): 12 students
    • Language & Culture, Beijing Normal Univ.: 9 students
    • Language & Culture, East China Normal Univ.: 3 students
    • Peking Univ.: 3 students
  • 2017-18 : 53 students
    • Shanghai: 53 students
  • 2016-17 : 20 students
    • Shanghai: 20 students
  • 2015-16 : 21 students
    • Consequences of the New Market Economy - Shanghai: 21 students
  • 2014-15 : 36 students
    • Global Studies - Shanghai, China: 20 students
    • International & Area Studies - Hong Kong: 16 students
  • 2013-14 : 38 students
    • Asian Studies - Beijing, China: 15 students
    • Global Studies - Shanghai, China: 23 students
  • 2012-13 : 52 students
    • East Asian Studies - Beijing and Hong Kong: 28 students
    • Global Studies - Shanghai, China: 24 students
  • 2011-12 : 77 students
    • Asian Languages and Cultures - Shanghai, China: 9 students
    • East Asian Studies - Beijing and Hong Kong: 17 students
    • Economics and Management - China: 28 students
    • Global Studies - Shanghai, China: 23 students
  • 2010-11 : 56 students
    • Asian Languages and Cultures - Shanghai, China: 26 students
    • East Asian Studies - Beijing, China: 14 students
    • Global Studies - Shanghai, China: 16 students
  • 2009-10 : 58 students
    • CIBER - Shanghai, China: 21 students
    • East Asian Studies - Beijing, China: 17 students
    • Global Studies - Shanghai, China: 20 students