Participation in Greater China Summer Workshop Program in Chinese Studies 2018

TWO OPTIONS:

1. Participation, sponsored by the Sinological Development Charitable Foundation

A limited number of sponsorships will be available to university professors and graduate students for the following expenses on application and subject to selection process:

  • Tuition
  • Room and Board
  • Excursions arranged by the program
  • Travel

Eligibility

Certified university professors and graduate students meeting the following criteria are able to apply for SDCF’s sponsorship.

  1. Being committed to full attendance of lectures, classes and tasks for personal and group project
  2. Being able to integrate learning and research results from Program into home-country teaching curriculum
  3. With satisfactory energy level, genuine interest, curiosity to learn Program content, and conscientiousness in Program and group interest versus individual needs

As all classes will be conducted in English, all applicants should be proficient in English.

Tasks for participants

  1. Participants are expected to attend lectures and classes and perform tasks related to personal and team work.
  2. Participants are supposed to present summarizing projects at the end of the Program. Selected texts will be published in international peer-reviewed journals.
  3. Participants are expected to integrate their learning and research results into their back-home teaching curriculum.

Notice for sponsorship applicants

Applicant needs to look upon this opportunity not so much as the one and only time that she/he will be in these parts of the world, but rather as a “gateway”, entry into which will open many doors relating to Chinese Studies in the future. Therefore, the preferred applicant would be an individual who is focused on the program content and the opportunity to be selected as a candidate in future SDCF activities.

Application Procedures

Candidates should provide personal statements and details of academic work as stated in the application form. Please submit your application to our application email address <application@sinological.org

2. Self-funded participation 

Requirements are not as stringent, nevertheless a selection based on proposal and personal information will take place. The program for non-sponsored participants will be the same as for the sponsored ones. Expenditures including, but not limited to, the following shall be afforded by non-sponsored participants:

  • Room and Board
  • Excursions arranged by the program
  • Travelling Expenditure
  • All other Expenditures due to the Program

Tasks for self-funded participants

  1. Participants are expected to attend lectures and classes and perform tasks related to personal and team work.
  2. (Optional Task) Participants are supposed to present summarizing special projects at the end of the Program. Selected texts will be published in international peer-reviewed journals.

Notice for self-funded participation applicants

As all classes will be conducted in English, all applicants should be proficient in English.

Applicant needs to look upon this opportunity not so much as the one and only time that she/he will be in these parts of the world, but rather as a “gateway”, entry into which will open many doors relating to Chinese Studies in the future. Therefore, the preferred applicant would be an individual who is focused on the program content and the opportunity to be selected as a candidate in future SDCF activities.

Application Procedures

Candidates should provide personal statements and details of academic work as stated in the application form. Application now opens, please email: application@sinological.org

Click here to view contents of our Program

Click here to read introduction and purpose of our Program

For more Program details or inquires,
feel free to contact us, or our past participant:

Sinological Development Charitable Foundation
Email: info@sinological.org

Dr. Urbano Louis Rodrigues (Sponsored participant of 2016 Program)
Email: urodrigu@bridgeport.edu