Choose from multiple levels of Mandarin Chinese, where immersion and application are the primary approaches to teaching. This firsthand experience allows you to regularly speak with native speakers, as well as learn about Chinese and Tibetan culture.
Live in a friendly, culturally, and historically unique environment known as “China’s China,” home to the largest panda sanctuary, Sichuan food, and picturesque scenery. Chengdu field trips have much to offer its adventurous students.
Situate yourself in the heart of China, known for being one of the oldest countries as well as one of the fastest developing, and discover that the doors of exploration are always open.
Two summer sessions
Fall or Spring semester
Programs Of Study Chinese Language, Chinese Culture, and International Relations Studies
Language of Instruction English /Chinese
USAC is a non-profit organization that offers programs in 28 countries, with many locations unique for study abroad. Discover where you'll study abroad at usac.edu.
WSU Student Instructions to Apply to this Program
1. Attend a Global Cougs 101 session where you will learn more about the Global Learning opportunities available, choosing the right program, application procedures, the course approval process, financial aid and scholarships, transcript and credit information, and passport & visas. To view times and sign up for a session click here.
2. Apply for your passport if you don't already have one. If you have a passport, make sure it is valid until 6 months after you will return from abroad. Click here to download an application.
3. Please note that you are required to complete 2 applications – the program provider's application found on their website, and the WSU application found on this website.
4. If you plan to use financial aid to fund your study abroad experience, please visit Financial Aid's study abroad FAQ webpage for more information. Information on Education Abroad scholarships can be found in Bryan 105.
After you attend the Global Cougs 101, spend some time exploring different program options. Before making a final decision many students find it helpful to have a one-on-one advising session with a Global Learning Advisor. To make an appointment with a Global Learning Advisor call 509-335-6204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WSU places a high importance on serving every student and their specific needs. We welcome applications from members of diverse groups that have traditionally been underrepresented in study abroad programs, including multicultural students, GIESORC students, students with disabilities, and non-traditional students. Please visit the Diversity Issues section of the Education Abroad website for more information and resources.
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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
WSU App Deadline
** WSU's application deadline may be different than the application deadline for the study abroad program provider or exchange partner.
If a deadline falls on a weekend or holiday it will be extended to the next business day.