June 1, 2004
Study abroad in Beijing, China. The program is taught by outstanding faculty from Peking University and the London School of Economics. It attracts students and professionals from around the world: 300 participants of 44 different nationalities in 2013. A quarter of participants are graduate professionals working in a wide range of related fields, including business, finance, public policy, international affairs, NGOs, the media and law. The students who attended in 2013 came from 114 universities and other higher education institutions in 30 countries.
September 1, 2011
The University of Arkansas used the opportunity provided through the USCET Student Leaders Exchange Program to expand opportunities for student participation in a number of existing partnership programs in 2011. University of Arkansas used USCET grant funds to provide $2,000 scholarships to 14 students studying in China in Summer and Fall 2011.
March 22, 2014
On a goodwill tour meant to emphasize the value of education abroad, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to over 100 American and Chinese students, including nine participants of the American Councils’ administered National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program, at the Stanford Center at Peking University on Saturday, March 22, 2014.
May 1, 2014
Brockport's semester program in Beijing is a unique program with a lot of flexibility for students. Students that choose to be will be immersed in Chinese language throughout their study. There are also opportunities to take courses taught in English in the fields of economics, business, politics, foreign policy, philosophy, history, art and literature, women's studies and more. Aside from the academic component of the program, students will have the opportunity to take part in social activities and travel to many regions of China.
October 17, 2016
USC Provost Michael Quick joined a delegation of senior leaders from the Peking University Health Science Center to formalize a new partnership between the academic institutions to develop one of China’s first graduate programs specializing in occupational therapy.