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Summer program for 2014 in China

Students can learn Chinese Language and Culture in this program. Participants will engage in a Chinese Language class in Shang Hai which will count for three academic credits. This will include an intensive language course in a small classroom setting, with a weekly lecture on the rich culture of the Chinese people. Students who have little experience with Chinese as a second language

are encouraged to apply alongside those with a more advanced background in the language. The first session is from July 12th to August 6th. A link to this program can be found here. The second session is from August 2nd to August 28th. The schedule for this program can be found here.

Another class offered is in Zheng Zhou in He Nan province in central of China. This class is not for credit. It is only for students who want to learn more about cultural interaction in China. This session is from July 1st to July 26th. The Schedule for summer class in He Nan and Bei Jing can be found here. Additionally, university students in Louisiana who need financial assistance can apply for a $2000 Putnam grant from Tulane.

1b.

Program for Summer intern in China

This internship is designed to give students an opportunity to

experience the culture behind Sisco's marketing, finance and operations. The program also serves as a key talent source for the official MFP. The internship combines technical training, intensive job assignme nts and an interactive appraisal system. Students will acquire hands on experience with marketing, financial planning and Analysis, accounting, auditing and commercial finance.

2. Program for middle school and high school students exchange

Exchange students will be placed with host families in America and

other countries such as China and Russia. Students are invited to join

either a summer or a winter exchange program. Housing and food will be provided by the hosting families. This gives students the opportunity to absorb the language and culture from their host family. This will help students to build international relationships while making a

positive difference in their lives.

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