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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Go Abroad to Grad School - Fudan University Scholarship, Shanghai
Fudan University offers a tuition scholarship and living stipend for a GWU senior to attend the M.A. program in Chinese Politics and Diplomacy. this Master's degree is offered in English by Fudan University's School of Public Relations and Public Affairs.
This two-year Master's program provides students with the opportunity to study China's politics, diplomacy, and administration. The program's mission is to enhance both the students' analytical skills and their knowledge of China. All academic courses are taught in English.
The program requires two years of full-time study. It offers courses in Political Development in Modern China; Chinese Diplomacy; Chinese Public Administration; International Politics; Chinese Economy; Chinese Modern History; International Relations in East Asia; Political Economy in East Asia; Research Methods; Seminar Series on Chinese and World Affairs; and Chinese language at a variety of levels.
The application cycle opens on March 1, 2011 for fall enrollment. Visit www.sirpa.fudan.edu.cn/english for more information on the English-insturcted Master's Program (EMA).
Students with questions about Fudan University should not contact the Sigur Center. Students may contact Caroline Donovan White, email@example.com, director of International Programs & Education, at the Elliott School.