Study Abroad in China
China's Economic, Social and Cultural Impact in Beijing & Shanghai
Travel Dates: May 19 – 30, 2015
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Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) conducts an international business course with travel to Shanghai and Beijing, China. The objectives are to study international business and the country’s economic, social and cultural impact on the world. The program will offer participants the opportunity to study the policies that have made China a global economic powerhouse, while providing individuals with exemplary international experiences that foster global understanding and personal growth.
The study abroad program to China focuses on business, rather than language immersion; it features two weeks of study, and may be audited or counted towards academic credit. Students will register for the INT 180 course.
How to Apply
If you are a current CPCC student:
4. In April, you will be contacted by the program leader to register for the specific section associated with this program.
If you are a non-CPCC Student:
2. Once you receive your CPCC ID number, apply to the study abroad program of your choice. Complete the Study Abroad Application and submit it. You can scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to our mailing address.
3. Complete the and pay your $100 non-refundable application fee to the CPCC Cashier. You may mail in your payment or contact Global Learning with convenient dates and times for a representative from the Cashier's office to call you and take your credit card information.
4. Review the How to Apply Checklist and Complete your Payment Schedule.
5. In April, you will be contacted by the program leader to register for the specific section associated with this program.
Projected Program Fee: $3,620 ($3500 paid to CCID and $120 paid to CPCC)
Program Fee Includes:
International Business - INT 180 (3 credits). Students must sign up for INT 180 when summer term registration opens.
Prerequisites: Students should have taken, or currently be taking, at least one business course.
Instructor: Wen Yen, 704.330.2722 ex 3592 email@example.com
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