ChinaHKTaiwan 2004

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Information about ChinaHKTaiwan 2004
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Published on January 24, 2008

Author: Valentina

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Education Abroad Program (EAP):  Education Abroad Program (EAP) China, Hong Kong, Taiwan Information Session The Center for International Education:  The Center for International Education EAP - UC’s Education Abroad Program We’ll tell you all about it today! IOP - UCI’s International Opportunities Program Study, Work, Intern, Volunteer, Research, and Teach Good alternative if EAP doesn’t work for you Still earn credit and receive financial aid Why Study Abroad?:  Why Study Abroad? Increased personal growth, language proficiency, cultural awareness Academic challenge and reward Graduate school, career, & resume enhancement: Less than 2% of American college students actually study abroad, which makes YOU stand out! Travel opportunities Meet new people, make new friends Don’t let the experience of a lifetime pass you by! Why Study on EAP?:  Why Study on EAP? The Regents of the University of California have recognized the need to incorporate an international experience into your UC degree. EAP is part of UC. You are not taking time off, but maintain your UCI status while abroad. UCI wants you to go abroad! Will I get credit? :  Will I get credit? Yes! All course work abroad on EAP earns UC credit, not transfer credit. Courses and grades are listed on your UCI transcript. Courses taken on EAP can fulfill major, minor, and/or breadth requirements. Make “normal” progress towards your degree with careful planning. Can I afford it? :  Can I afford it? If you can afford UC, you can afford EAP! Students pay the SAME UC fees! In many cases the cost is comparable to studying at UCI. UCI financial aid goes with you abroad! Your financial aid is recalculated based on the budget for your program (includes airfare, pre-departure expenses, etc.) Special EAP scholarships help offset any higher cost. Is there support abroad? :  Is there support abroad? Definitely! A Study Center Director (or designated UC liaison officer) administers the program and is responsible for the academic and personal well-being of EAP students. Options in Hong Kong: Fall, Spring and Academic Year Programs:  Options in Hong Kong: Fall, Spring and Academic Year Programs Chinese University of Hong Kong :  Chinese University of Hong Kong Full curriculum in arts, humanities, business administration, engineering, science, and social sciences. Attend classes with international students and host country students Language of instruction: English, Cantonese, Mandarin Earn 21 UC quarter units per semester Eligibility: Junior and above, 3.0 cum GPA at time of application and maintained prior to departure, prior study of Chinese is strongly recommended Hong Kong University of Science and Technology :  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Schools of Business and Management, Engineering, or Science Courses taught in English; some courses in Humanities and Social Science are taught in Mandarin or Cantonese. Attend classes with international students and host country students Earn 21 UC quarter units per semester Eligibility: Junior and above, 3.0 cum GPA at time of application and maintained prior to departure University of Hong Kong:  University of Hong Kong Full curriculum in arts, humanities, business, engineering, science, and social sciences Attend classes with international students and host country students Language of instruction: English Earn 21 UC quarter units minimum per semester; normal load is 25 UC quarter units Eligibility: Junior and above, 3.0 cum GPA at time of application and maintained prior to departure, prior study of Chinese is recommended Options in China: Summer, Fall and Year Programs:  Options in China: Summer, Fall and Year Programs Summer Intensive Chinese Program:  Summer Intensive Chinese Program Beijing (BNU) and Shanghai (ECNU) Focus on Chinese language and culture Earn 12 UC quarter units Eligibility: -Sophomore and above -One semester or 2 quarters of university-level Chinese -3.0 cum GPA by end of last term prior to departure Students are encouraged to extend to fall or year programs Fall and Academic Year Programs at BNU and Peking University:  Fall and Academic Year Programs at BNU and Peking University Focus on Chinese language and culture Regular university courses offered to students with Chinese language proficiency 7 weeks Intensive Language Program (ILP) Earn up to 12 UC quarter units for ILP; 18 UC quarter units per semester Eligibility: -Sophomore+ (BNU), Junior+ (Peking) -1 semester/2 quarters to 1 year of university level Chinese -3.0 cum and language GPA by end of last term prior to departure UC-Peking University Joint Center for International Studies Program:  UC-Peking University Joint Center for International Studies Program Upper-division, interdisciplinary and comparative studies courses in social sciences, humanities, with focus on context of modern day China No Chinese language requirement Intensive Language Program (ILP) option Earn up to 12 UC quarter units for ILP; 18 UC quarter units per semester Eligibility: -Junior and above -3.0 cum and language GPA by end of last term prior to departure Wilkening China Academic Year Scholarship:  Wilkening China Academic Year Scholarship Scholarship to study in China for a year Full time undergraduate student in any academic discipline Well defined goals for studying abroad and plan to integrate EAP studies with your UC degree Should be returning to UCI after studying abroad and willing to share your international experience with other students Options in Taiwan: Fall and Year Programs:  Options in Taiwan: Fall and Year Programs Fall and Academic Year Programs at National Taiwan University:  Fall and Academic Year Programs at National Taiwan University Focus on Chinese language and Asian Studies Regular university courses offered to students with Chinese language proficiency Earn 21 UC quarter per semester Eligibility: -Junior standing and above -2 years of university-level Chinese -3.0 cum and language GPA by end of last term prior to departure How and when do I apply?:  How and when do I apply? Sign up for a Group Advising Session to learn more about EAP and IOP opportunities Make an appointment with an International Peer Advisor (IPA) or CIE Counselor to discuss any questions you may have or to review your GPA. Choose a program and Complete Self-Advising Worksheet (SAW) Be aware of the deadline for your program. Taiwan: NOVEMBER 19 China/Hong Kong (Fall/Yr): JANUARY 18 Hong Kong Spring: May 20 More Information? :  More Information? Check out CIE’s web site at: www.cie.uci.edu Check out EAP’s website at: www.eap.ucop.edu Talk with the CIE staff and returned students Remember IOP: Study, Work, Internship, Volunteer, Research, Teaching opportunities What do students say?:  What do students say? Lots !!! LET’S HEAR FROM SOME RETURNED STUDENTS NOW!

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