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Master's Program on Contemporary Development of China Open for Applications

Announcement from Beijing Normal University: please get in touch at the email listed below if you have questions

Beijing Normal University (BNU) will launch a Master’s program on Contemporary Development of China for international students in Fall 2011.

The 18-month program is taught in English by top Chinese and foreign scholars of development studies and high-level Chinese policymakers. The program examines the development experience of China, social development in particular, and approaches the topics of development from an international comparative perspective. In addition to coursework, the program offers internship opportunities in China.

Detailed application information can be found here.

Both the CSC scholarship and the Beijing municipal government scholarship are available for excellent applicants.

The deadline to apply for the program is June 15, 2011. The deadline to apply for the CSC scholarship is March 1, 2011.

Should you need more information or have additional questions, please contact Dr. Wang Xinsong at

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