Experience China with Asbury University

Asbury China Study Abroad Program

A Semester-Long Academic Program in Multiple Destinations

Full-Semester Credit • Cross-Cultural Experience • Incredible Site Visits

Asbury University students exploring China  
  • Seven weeks in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, immersed in language and culture study
  • One week in Qinghai, NW China, service learning, and visiting orphanages and minority groups
  • One week in Thailand for a brief excursion to explore Southeast Asia
  • Four weeks in Beijing, Capital of China for a continued language, culture and historical study of China
  • One week in Southern China & Hong Kong exploring southern provinces before departing for the US

Provided at the same tuition, room and board rate as a typical semester on Asbury's campus.

Additional costs paid by the student include: travel expenses to and from China, personal expenditures, some meals, passport/visa fees, etc.

Chinese Language Experience Not Required

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Key Dates

February 23, 2018 – Applications Due

March 12, 2018 – Notification of Acceptance

March 26, 2018 – Housing Deposit Due

August 20, 2018 – First Day of Classes in China*

November 13, 2018 – Last Day of Classes in China*

*Subject to change

Program Details — Earn up to 16 hours of credit

(You don’t have to be a student at Asbury to participate. Typical credit-transfer rules apply.)

Core Courses (3 credit hrs each)

  • CSA 301 Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • CSA 302 Area Study: China
  • CSA 304 Dynamics of Cross-Cultural Ministry*
*For AU students, this can be used to substitute for your CCE 073 assignment requirements.'

Language Study Courses (3 credit hrs each)

  • CHN 101 Elementary Chinese I
  • CHN 102 Elementary Chinese II
  • CHN 201 Intermediate Chinese
Advance level courses upon request.

Additional Course Options:

  • PE 122 Fitness Walking (1 credit hr)
  • Directed/Independent Study (departmental approval only)

 

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