International exchange and cooperation has always been a distinct feature of Beijing Foreign Studies University since its founding. It admits 1,000 international students from 60 countries and sends hundreds of Chinese students to study at dozens ...
It was definitely worthwhile. Seeing and experiencing the inside of the great Chinese culture. China is an old civilization with plenty of history and in the same time it becomes so modern and grows economically everyday. Very interesting place to be ! INTO China program has given me a lifetime experience, which I will remember ...
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I gained the usual from any study abroad experience. I learned to tolerate people from different cultures a little better. I also gained a good amount of friends. I went on trips to important cultural sites. And above all, my Chinese improved. What more could you ask for from a study abroad experience?
- University of Hawaii - Manoa
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So worthwhile, I learned more than anyone could possibly learn by just studying China. Those two weeks were some of the best of my whole life.
- Ithaca College
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International exchange and cooperation has always been a distinct feature of Beijing Foreign Studies University since its founding. It admits 1,000 international students from 60 countries and sends hundreds of Chinese students to study at dozens of foreign colleges every year. The International Exchange and Cooperation Office and its Overseas Students Affairs Office are in charge of international exchange and cooperation programs. The University has forged partnership with 380 colleges and academic institutions in 70 countries and regions, including Oxford, Yale, and University of California at Berkeley, on extensive cooperation in faculty and student exchanges, credit transfer, and joint certificate and special programs. According to official statistics, 70% of full-time students at the University have opportunities to attend long- or short-term overseas programs.