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China Summer Institute 2015 – Chiny

W imieniu uczelni partnerskiej UŁ,  Nankai University zapraszamy  studentów UŁ do zapoznania się z ofertą China Summer Institute 2015.

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This exclusive summer programme held at Nankai University (Tianjin), Tsinghua University (Beijing), Tongji University (Shanghai), and Zhejiang University (Hangzhou) will give participants a chance to attend courses and presentations on Chinese Economics, Business & Management, Chinese Business Law, Chinese Legal System, as well as Doing Business in China including Chinese Intercultural Management and a Chinese Language Course to familiarise themselves with the Chinese culture and customs.

We offer 5 different sessions in June, July, and August. Each session covers 2 weeks of teaching in two exciting mega cities in China. Students can choose to join one or more sessions. Each session has a workload of 6 ECTS or 3 US Credits.

All programme details are available at the following two URLs:
www.china-business-school.com – for students interested in Chinese Economics and Doing Business in China
www.china-lawschool.com – for students interested in Chinese Politics and Chinese Law

This programme has been running for more than 8 years and more than 1,000 students from over 70 different nationalities and more than 200 different universities have participated so far in China Summer Institute.

The price for this outstanding summer programme is very competitive and we are happy to offer your stdents an additional Partner University Scholarship of 150 USD for each session they join. This can reduce the tuition fee for your students significantly. Please use the Promotion Code ‚NANKAICBL2015’ when applying to claim this Partner University Scholarship.

 

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