UNC Phillips Summer in Shanghai
UNC students take classes with NYU students on their modern campus.
Participants will have options for weekend excursions, such as this one to West Lake in Hangzhou, to supplement classroom learning.
What better place to experience the excitement of mainland China than the bustling metropolis of Shanghai?
Join this innovative six-week summer program, led by UNC’s Earl N. Phillips Jr. Distinguished Professor of International Studies, Dr. Michael Tsin, and based at the NYU Shanghai campus in downtown Shanghai! This program will provide a three-credit UNC course examining the history of modern China plus an additional three-credit course chosen from the NYU Shanghai summer course offerings. Participants will have use of NYU Shanghai facilities and exposure to Chinese culture through experiential learning opportunities, and an engaging speaker series.
Several participants will be selected as Phillips Ambassadors and will receive $7000 scholarships for the summer program. A total of six credits will be earned, plus an additional three credits for Phillips Ambassadors who take an additional course on campus before and after the program.
All participants on this program will earn a total of six credit hours (Phillips Ambassadors will receive an additional three credit hours for the program’s Global Studies course):
- UNC History 282/Asia 282 “China in the World” – 3 credits
- NYU Elective – 3 credits
Tentative 2021 dates are May 25 – July 2 (please allow for a potential required quarantine period prior to the start of the program)
NYU Shanghai, China
Minimum Rising Sophomore
Several students will receive $7000 scholarships as Phillips Ambassadors. The cost for all students is partially subsidized by the Phillips Ambassadors Program, as reflected on the budget sheet. See Study Abroad website for budget sheet.
February 10, 2021