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Summer Study in China

Program Description

The main goal of this study abroad program is to help students acquire a general grasp of the social, economic, and political systems of a different society and further a comparative worldview that can enhance competence in their careers. The theme of this year's program is "Blending Diverse Cultures through Mutual Understanding."

For more information, visit Summer Study in China.

Application Deadline

February 6, 2012 (note: students who apply before December 6, 2011 will receive a $38 discount)

To apply, download an application package or contact Dr. Doug Reynolds.


The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students in good academic standing. No knowledge of Chinese is required.
*International students at Georgia State who hold F-1 visas must contact the Office of International Students and Scholar Services at 404-413-2070 to discuss possible implications of study abroad for their immigration status.

Courses and Credit

Students will earn 6 credit hours. Contact Dr. Doug Reynolds, GSU Program Director, for course registration details.


Hotels and international student dormitories


Program fee of $3,850*; tuition for 6 credit hours, please see Tuition Rates; and mandatory student fees (only the BOR Institutional fee and Technology fee).

*Program fee includes
- round-trip airfare
- accommodations
- most meals
- ground transportation
- visa processing fees
- group excursions
- international medical insurance

**Program fee does NOT include
- passport fees
- personal expenses
- textbook costs

Payment Schedule

Application and Payment Deadlines:
- $250 application fee due at time of application (Apply on or before Dec. 6, 2011, application fee is only $212)
- February 6, 2012: $1,600 payment
- April 6, 2012: $2,000 remaining balance
*all payments non-refundable upon receipt, unless otherwise noted.  See the program website for withdrawal/refund fees.


For more information about the program or to submit your application, contact
Dr. Douglas Reynolds, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences
Phone: 404-413-6368
Office: 34 Peachtree Street, Room 2018