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*Coming soon* CHINA - Innovative Summer Programme in Shanghai led by Warwick and SJTU Academics (4 weeks)
- Collaborate with Chinese students to address real world challenges and core societal problems, organised around thematic platforms in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
- Innovative, research challenge-led summer programme, designed and delivered by Warwick and Shanghai Jiao Tong University academics.
- Full or partial travel bursaries (depending on individual financial circumstances) provided for all participants
- 2 weeks of collaborative online group work with Chinese students and 2 weeks of in-person group work in Shanghai.
Dates: July 2020
Applications open: February 2020
The Department for Education’s outward mobility scheme, designed to provide UK and EU students with a funded opportunity to experience living and studying in China. You may already be familiar with the programme, and our new website can offer a more comprehensive insight into Study China.
Study China 2020 will be the twelfth consecutive year Manchester has delivered this programme on behalf of the government, and we have supported thousands of students from HEIs in England and NI to develop their cultural awareness, global mind-set, and employability.
Experience dates: Sunday 2 August 2020 – Saturday 22 August
Application deadline: Friday 7 February 2020 @ 5pm
Paid placements are available in 14 countries in Europe and Latin America, and in China. Find out more about where you can go.
An English language assistant placement can:
- give you skills in communication, presenting, time management, organisation, teamwork, independent working, creative thinking and problem-solving
- improve your fluency in another language
- allow you to immerse yourself in another culture and increase your cultural awareness
- strengthen your CV.
For most destinations, you must hold an EU passport, have completed at least two years of university by the time you start your placement, and be a native-level speaker of English.
Application deadline: 5 February 2020