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The Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) is excited to announce a new graduate program in Nanjing this June 23-July 31. Apply now and spend the summer in China while earning academic credit from one of the world’s premier international relations institutions.
About the Program
SAIS summer in Nanjing is a full-time, six-week residential program housed at the state-of-the-art facilities of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC). Choose from a variety of English-language graduate courses focused on the economic, political and environmental dynamics of East Asia. The academic curriculum brings together leading faculty from SAIS and HNC and is complemented by weekly guided regional excursions. Chinese language proficiency is not required for this opportunity.
See the full list of available courses and descriptions here!
Why SAIS Summer?
SAIS Summer Programs are designed to give students – from rising college seniors to mid-career professionals – a chance to build their academic credentials and advance their international careers without pursuing a full degree. All of our classes are offered for four credits each, and may be transferable to graduate schools worldwide.
Learn about China, in China, from leading experts on China – SAIS offers a unique chance for a truly international perspective on international relations.
How to Apply
SAIS Summer Programs are open to applicants who have completed an undergraduate degree or are entering their final year of undergraduate study in the fall of 2014. For eligibility and application information, visit the SAIS website and click “How to Apply.”
The application deadline is April 24, 2014 – apply online today!
Get More Information
For more information, download the SAIS Summer Programs brochure and learn more about SAIS summer in Nanjing as well as our program options in Washington, D.C.
Questions? Contact the SAIS Office of Summer Programs: