Study Abroad

Chinese Language & Culture – 2015


Course Title: Chinese Culture Exposure & Language Immersion
Course Number: CHI 2880
Credit Hours: 4
Term Offered: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: CHI 1010: Elementary Chinese I; Completion of, or simultaneous enrollment in, CHI 1020: Elementary Chinese II
Travel Dates: May 13 – 27, 2015
Estimated Cost:

  • $3,799 – $3,999 (10 – 14 students)
  • $3,599 – $3,750 (15 – 18 students)

Faculty Leaders: Ms. Judy Danley & Mr. Jody Bowman

Perhaps you’ve visited or seen pictures of the Great Wall, or Beijing’s Forbidden City, or Shanghai’s famed skyline. But have you visited with a local family, eaten in a restaurant in traditional local style, or haggled at a flea market? Immerse yourself in the Chinese language as you learn about China’s long history and experience first-hand the region’s rich art, architecture, and culture. A hike to the top of the Great Wall is optional — but we dare you to do it!

Program Highlights

  • Practice your Chinese while experiencing traditional Chinese culture
  • Explore Shanghai’s famed shopping district
  • See the Shanghai Grand Theater
  • Travel on the famous bullet train from Shanghai to Beijing
  • Visit the Forbidden City and Tienanmen Square
  • Climb the Great Wall of China
  • All breakfasts, 8 lunches & 4 dinners are included

 Interest Meeting – For more information come to the next interest meeting on Tuesday, September 30 at 4:00 p.m. in the Greek Conference Center, Room 201


The Office of Study Abroad is located in Cottrell Hall, Suite 142. Building #12 on the HPU Campus Map.

Phone: +1 (336) 841-9280

Click here to meet your study abroad team.


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