This session for Global Opportunities Week will help students learn more about what it is like to study abroad in mainland China. Come along to hear from our student panel and ask them your questions.
Study abroad is a wonderful experience but it can also be daunting – even more so when you choose a destination as far away and unfamiliar as China. This session will help to break down those barriers and help you understand what it is really like to study abroad in mainland China.
Our student panel will discuss their varied experiences and share tips for making the most of your time in China. What misconceptions do people have about life in China? How important was the language? Join us to learn all this and more from people who have been there.
This talk is open to University of Leeds students. There is no need to book in advance.
You can also go to the Study Abroad Office Minerva organisation to view the programme and find links for all events.
You might also be interested in our talk on 11 November with Guy Dru Drury, Chief Representative in China for the Confederation of British Industry. To stay up to date with all our Business Confucius Institute events and courses sign up to our mailing list here.
The East Asian Research Society are holding a panel event called Black Lives in East Asia on Saturday 31 October. Find out more about that on Facebook.
Global Opportunities Week
Global Opportunities Week is your chance to discover the wide range of international opportunities available to University of Leeds students. From 26th – 30th October 2020, the Study Abroad Office will be holding a series of live virtual events giving you the chance to hear from students and staff alike and to ask your questions.
Visit the Study Abroad Office Minerva organisation to see full details and plan your schedule.