Allow China to open the door to your future. Within its dynamic cities, you can broaden your understanding of China's rapidly changing society and growing global economy. Beijing is the historic yet modern capital, with centuries of diplomatic history and a deeply rich culture. The city reveals its past and present in diverse architecture, traditional attractions, and emerging high-rise neighborhoods. In Shanghai, you'll live in an exhilarating metropolis and witness the nation's commercial power as it unfolds. Living and studying in China, you'll gain a front-row view of one of the biggest players in world affairs. From business and international trade to the social influences of a communist government—there's no education like it anywhere else in the world. And if you learn even just a little Chinese, you'll have an understanding of the most widely spoken language in the world. That's an experience and skillset you can take anywhere.
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Its history extends 3,000 years, but Beijing, China is the world’s top technology hub. Explore computer science, biology, and Asian studies while expanding your Chinese language skills at Peking University. After class, enjoy Instagram-worthy views of architectural marvels or venture to cultural sites like the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. Your program will cost about $6,000 less than a year at UC.
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