Students who apply to study abroad in China are strongly advised to have a backup plan. Please feel free to discuss your plans with a study abroad advisor.
In this study center program, students may enroll in one, two, or three sessions, taking one class per session. Shanghai is home to the world's first commercial high-speed Maglev train and the world's largest container port. There may be no better city to examine the rapidly changing nature of global business. Students live in hotel-style dorms and residence halls during the course of their time in Shanghai. In addition to their coursework, students can explore the city, going on weekly visits to local markets, museums, temples, and acrobat shows, or taking free classes in Chinese cooking, calligraphy, martial arts, music and mahjong.