The AC China Flagship Capstone Year program is designed to help students attain near-native proficiency in Mandarin by applying their language and cultural knowledge abroad through direct enrollment classes at a local university and a full- or part-time internship. This is a closed application program and only open to Chinese Flagship students. Contact the University of Minnesota's Chinese Flagship program for more details on eligibility.
Focus your studies intensively on Chinese language or study Chinese language and culture while participating in an optional internship in a variety of industries.
Immerse yourself in Chinese culture through university courses, local and regional excursions, and cultural events that provide many opportunities for cross-cultural learning. Each exchange university offers a variety of opportunities and experiences. This program is administered by China Center. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
Since its official opening in October 1991, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology is a research university, in a pursuit of excellence, leading the advance of science and technology, and educating the new generation of front-runners for Asia. This program is administered by College of Science & Engineering. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
Explore the cultural richness of China while advancing your Hmong language skills.
IBUS 3055 provides state-of-the-art knowledge about Information Technologies and fundamentals of entrepreneurship with an international learning experience in some of China’s leading IT innovation hubs.
Learn about Chinese language and culture in the most populous country in the world. Check the IFSA website for specific eligibility requirements and program features.
Immerse yourself in Chinese in the cosmopolitan city of Beijing—at Capital Normal University—studying intensive Chinese language and living with Chinese roommates.
Explore the rapid urbanization of cities in China.
Immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan city of Beijing, study comparative U.S. and Chinese culture through film, and live with other UMN students from China.