Shanghai University: Shanghai - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The International Office of Shanghai University is a window of the University and bridges the University with the international community. On behalf of the University, it deals with issues related to foreign countries, Hong Kong and Macao. It is m... read more

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OVERALL RATING 4.0
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October 20, 2016 A Semester In Shanghai
My patience increased while my habit to complain decreased. I realized how fortunate I am back in the States in regard to the functional staff we have. It was worthwhile, though sometimes I had to remind myself of the good instead of focusing on the bad. - Truman State University View Entire Review
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I can't wait to go back, which I believe encompasses how I felt about my experience. Asia is a constant learning experience for a Westerner, and that is where its value lies. - Centre College View Entire Review
Past Review
Very worthwhile, it's a learning experience in many ways. - Centre College View Entire Review
Intermediate Chinese Language (Started with 2-3 words) Beginner Mongolian Language - University of Maine - Orono View Entire Review
Yes. It was always easy to talk about how much I missed the US and wanted to be in the US, but no matter how ridiculous and different it was, it was pretty amazing. - Centre College View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was absolutely worthwhile. I have learned so much about a culture I knew essentially nothing about, and it's really opened my eyes to a completely different lifestyle. I would feel comfortable working in a place like Shanghai, or Asia in general since I now know so much more about them. I hope to at ... - Centre College View Entire Review

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The International Office of Shanghai University is a window of the University and bridges the University with the international community. On behalf of the University, it deals with issues related to foreign countries, Hong Kong and Macao. It is mainly responsible for the following:
1. to carry out and inform the colleges and schools of the foreign affair’s policies and regulations of the state, especially those related to the education organizations
2. to formulate and carry out the University’s foreign affairs plan and regulations
3. to coordinate all the University’s foreign affairs and offer information and service for the colleges and schools for their exchanges with the international community in the field of teaching, research and academic exchange.
4. to organize and attend the activities of visiting officials and enhance the University’s international exchange.
5. to employ foreign-languages lecturers and foreign experts and be responsible for their visas
6. to check and report to the local government the application of the international conferences hosted or co-hosted by the University
7. to deal with visa issues for Chinese staff members who will go abroad for less than 3 months

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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