Beijing 10-21 August 2015
Explore important issues relevant to contemporary China with world-class academics from LSE and Peking University.
The 2014 Summer school attracted 285 participants of 43 nationalities, and brought together a diverse mix of students and professionals from industry, government and international and non-governmental organisations.
Over two weeks, participants undertake an in-depth examination of new and exciting approaches to the immportant issues facing China ( and the world) today, across a range of subjects including law, finance, economics, management, geography and politics.
for 2015 will cover big data, the media and NGOs.
Applications for the 2015 LSE-PKU Summer School in Beijing, China, will open in early January 2015.
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Participants take one intensive course for the duration of the summer school, typically comprising four hours of lectures each morning and two hours of classes each afternoon – a total of 48 contact hours over two weeks.
It is not a Chinese language course, however participants can enrol in Chinese language courses at the prestigious Language School at Peking University.
The course will be assessed, including a final examination, and successful students are awarded a certificate and transcript.