Study Abroad Semester in Shanghai with TEAN
- Benefit from networking with China's future leaders as you enroll in Fudan University, ranked third in China and number one in Shanghai
- Study Mandarin with language instruction by the prestigious University of Virginia (UVA) designed for all skill levels. Students will receive credit for the semester from both Fudan University and UVA
- Take advantage of a unique academic structure where you can study at one of the country's top universities, and be integrated into classes with local Chinese and other international students
- Stay on track for graduation - choose from more than 120 courses taught in English for a full-time class load that will transfer to your degree
- Live with Chinese students and other TEAN students in our high quality, off-campus apartments for an even more integrated experience
- Experience the vibrant lifestyle of China's most dynamic city, Shanghai
- Take advantage of TEAN's comprehensive five-day Orientation Program in Shanghai, including a Chinese cooking class, cultural activities and orientation sessions will leave you feeling confident to jump into your semester in China
- Appreciate access to TEAN's Shanghai Resident Director and other in-country staff for continued support throughout the semester
Shanghai is great for those who want:
- to practice their Mandarin...or want to experience China but don't know any Chinese language
- a modern, international, urban vibe that still incorporates ancient culture and traditions
- classes in politics or business alongside local students plus the opportunity for a part-time internship
- delicious street food day and night
- a base from which to explore the rest of China and more of Asia
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) – established in 1995 – are study abroad and intern specialists in the Asia Pacific region with semester and summer programs available in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, China and Japan.
Visit the TEAN Website to learn more or Apply Now with TEAN
This program takes place within a level 3 or 4 location according to the U.S. Department of State, as of 1/27/20 and a Warning Level 3 location according to the Centers for Disease Control as of 1/27/20. Please review UNC Charlotte's Travel Policy to Restricted Areas. Participation in this program is contingent upon completing a petition with the Office of Education Abroad. Please contact the OEA to discuss your interest in traveling to this location.
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