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Hopkins-Nanjing Center Visit
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Friday, October 5, 2012
at 10:00 AM
Where:
Buntrock Commons, 230 Stav Cafeteria
Web Link:
http://nanjing.jhu.edu/
Contact:
Andrea Kubinski

Description

Calling all students on China-related academic and professional trajectories!

Are you thinking about a career in Sino-American relations or International Studies with a focus on China? Would you like to master your Chinese language skills and transform them into a professionally and academically-applicable asset? Are you interested in a graduate program that would allow you to use your Chinese in seminar-style classes and live and learn alongside Chinese graduate students while continuing your study with respected Chinese faculty in historic Nanjing? If so, then there is no better place for you than the Hopkins-Nanjing Center!

To learn more, stop by the Hopkins-Nanjing Center’s table visit form 10:00-11:45 outside stav hall or join them for an information session on at 12:00pm in BC 142 and chat with Margaux Fimbres (margaux.fimbres@jhu.edu) from the Hopkins-Nanjing Center's Admissions Office.

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED!!!

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is the only graduate program of its kind – a collaborative effort where degrees are jointly awarded by the Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University. The Center offers both a one-year Graduate Certificate in Chinese and American Studies and a two-year Master of Arts in International Studies with a choice of focus in one of four concentrations: International Politics, International Economics, International and Comparative Law, and Chinese Studies. Students participating in the MA program will receive a degree conferred by both The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and Nanjing University. The Center is a fully bi-cultural and bi-lingual institution located in Nanjing, China, on the campus of Nanjing University. Non-Chinese students take their classes in Mandarin Chinese while Chinese students take their classes in English, and MA students will write and defend a thesis in their target language at the end of the two-year program. Hopkins-Nanjing Center alumni join a growing global network of over 1,800.



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