Policy, Planning & Development in China
|Location:||Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing, China|
|Eligible Students:||U of M Students, Non U of M Students|
|Open to:||Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students|
|Language Prerequisite:||No language prerequisite|
|Credit Type:||Resident Credit|
|Program Sponsor:||Humphrey School of Public Affairs|
January 4 - 19, 2013
Students will enroll in PA5890 (graduate) or PA4490 (undergrad) for 3 credits. In this course, students will meet with government, academic, and nongovernmental organizations to learn about different policy and planning challenges and innovations, and economic and environmental aspects of urban development. This course meets elective and global policy area requirements for the Humphrey School degrees. Approved for Global Perspectives (Theme) and Social Sciences (Core)
The program will include visits to government, academic, and nongovernmental urban planning and development agencies and other related sites in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing.
Housing and Meals
Accommodations will be dorm style or shared hostel or hotel rooms (typically 2 persons per room). Most meals are included in the program fees. Typical Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing food will be served, with vegetarian options. Wi-Fi may be available.
The estimated program fee is $2,500 and includes tuition and registration fees, housing, meals, local transportation, and international health insurance. It does not include international airfare, passport and visa, and personal travel. Please check with the program leaders for further details. International airfare can range from $1600 to $2000 per person (fly into Hong Kong, depart from Beijing).
Please contact Sherry Gray more further program information.