Study Abroad Programs in China

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Find your dream Study Abroad Program in China at Abroad101 and this directory of Study Abroad Programs, Rankings and Reviews.  Future students are drawn to Abroad101 for the reviews from returning students.  Using the popular 1-5 star scale, indiv... read more

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I learned Chinese. I learned about China just because I was living there. But the program was not designed to teach content and was grossly misrepresented as a program that teaches content in Chinese from my home university in the US. - Anonymous University View Entire Review
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I learned to be more independent and step out of my comfort zone. The best part was the internship because I learned so much about myself, what career I want to pursue in the future, and gained a deeper understanding of Chinese culture. It was definitely a great 10 weeks spent in Shanghai. - Barnard College View Entire Review
That in order to become fluent it will require much more dedication - Trinity University View Entire Review
I gained some teaching experience and got to experience China which was great and will influence my job search in the future - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
Our program took us from Beijing to Shanghai, to Guanzhou, to Hong Kong. It was amazing to see all of the buildings that are being built in China with the newest innovations in engineering. It was truly a unique experience. - Brigham Young University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Study Abroad Programs in China
It was definitely worth it. I loved visiting China and learning about Chinese culture. I also loved learning about education through a whole new perspective. It was amazing. It was also a great insight into teaching internationally. - Brigham Young University View Entire Review
I gained so much. Some things include gaining confidence in traveling independently, a greater sense of independence overall, how to roll with local customs, be accepting of others - Guilford College View Entire Review
I was able to put something on my resume and as a result I have had ton of companies contacting me for full time positions, so with that said it was a homerun - Adelphi University View Entire Review
Yes, I learned that I really liked teaching and embracing cultures rather than learning about them in my home country. I learned how important it is to not be selfish when it comes to teaching. I never wanted to be a teacher, but I had fun creating lesson plans and learning along with the students and finally became a TESOL majo... - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
Past Review Month In China
It was very worthwhile. I learned a lot about the country and about how to get around in a place where I don't speak the language. - University of North Dakota View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Study Abroad Programs in China
Yes. I got to see how people from across the world live and see how different is it from us here in America. It made me open my eyes to this different world. From this, it made me want to gear my photography more toward photojournalism and documentary. - Art Institute of Atlanta View Entire Review
It was a great eye opener and forced me to do things outside of my comfort zone. - DePauw University View Entire Review
For anybody who was wondering that, China Study Abroad is a real company. I was very nervous about coming to China and had just about a million questions concerning every aspect of my stay. China Study Abroad assisted me from picking the program and city most suitable to my needs, to seeing me off at the end of 6 months. They en... - Bennington College View Entire Review
Past Review Amazing!
It was definitely worth while. I gained a greater appreciation for America, I made a ton of new friends, I learned so much about China and its culture. I tried amazing food and made memories I will remember for the rest of my life. - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
Student teaching was rigorous, but fun and challenging. - Brigham Young University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about how a factory operates in China and a lot about the working mentality of the local Chinese people. - Brigham Young University View Entire Review
It was absolutely worthwhile, I gained so much experience, knowledge, friends, and contacts from it. I was very happy with the company and its facilities and my opportunities. I was very disappointed in BYU and their involvement. - Brigham Young University View Entire Review
I gained a better insight on the current events of Asia and it opened up another chapter to foreign policy, something I was not interested in before but am now interested in learning more and keeping up with. The people and culture that I was surrounded by reminded me that there is so much life and land left that needs to be exp... - University of North Texas View Entire Review
This experience was COMPLETELY worthwhile! I loved learning about the Chinese culture and broadening my cultural perspectives! I especially loved getting to know my students and teaching assistants! It was such a joy to work with them and interact with them on a daily basis, and they now have truly become friends! I would do... - Central College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Study Abroad Programs in China
I learned to appreciate those around me who are compassionate and loving. I also learned how to work studiously while traveling. - Guilford College View Entire Review
Past Review China. Wow.
Yes! I want to go back this summer, but the plane tickets are just too expensive! - Western Washington University View Entire Review
I love it! i just wish that we had more time and also could take a couple of chinese language lesons - Southwest Tennessee Community College View Entire Review
I want to go back to China ASAP and I plan to after graduation. My study abroad experience greatly increased my understanding of chinese language and culture. I also learned a lot about myself and made amazing new friends! - Vassar College View Entire Review
Yes. I have a better appreciation for the opportunities in America. I loved ing able to share beautiful music with a different culture. I had a lot of fun getting to know people in choir. - Otterbein University View Entire Review

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Find your dream Study Abroad Program in China at Abroad101 and this directory of Study Abroad Programs, Rankings and Reviews.  

Future students are drawn to Abroad101 for the reviews from returning students.  Using the popular 1-5 star scale, individual reviews provide a total rating, which are then averaged and displayed in directories.  Individual review details give ratings on all aspects of the program: academics, housing, food, program administration and the environment, plus student support before and after the experience abroad.  This insight can be reassuring to students and help them not only pick a program, but feel comfortable in their choices.  For parents, the reviews provide a level of comfort about the provider, the destination and study abroad in general.

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