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UCLA:Chinese Language and Culture for Business

UCLA, Center for International Business Education and Research at The Anderson School

Dates:
July 1 - July 31, 2006

Experience a dynamic summer in Shanghai studying Chinese Language and Culture for Business.  This intensive business and economics-oriented Mandarin Chinese course for intermediate to advanced level students is designed to prepare for a professional career in one of the largest economies in the world.  Learn about the political, economic and cultural developments in 21st century China.  Achieve cross-linguistic and cross-culture communicative competence in business contexts at the advanced level.  Learn to interact in business, academic and professional situations.  Classroom sessions are combined with field trips and professional seminars.

Graduate and MBA students are invited to apply for Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships.*  This award provides $2,400 stipend and up to $3,600 for tuition and fees for a summer 2006 intensive Asian language program in the United States or abroad.  For more information, please visit http://www.web.international.ucla.edu/asia/article/2241 or contact Clay Dube at the Asia Institute.

For more information or to register for the Business Chinese program, please visit http://www.summer.ucla.edu/travel/CIBER-Shanghai/overview.htm

For further information on application, please contact - Nancy Hsieh at CIBER, Anderson School, UCLA, (nhsieh@anderson.ucla.edu),  206-5317

For more information on curriculum, please contact - Yihua Wang, Chinese Program, Dept. of EALC, UCLA, wang@ucla.edu, 794-8946

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