Study in China
Study in China
UB Chinese Language Program Study Abroad in Beijing
The UB summer study abroad program in Beijing is organized by the UB Study Abroad Office and the Chinese Language Program, with support from the Confucius Institute. Student at all levels, from beginner to advanced, can earn 7 credits for this program. Competitive scholarships are also administered by UB Study Abroad.
Programs in China for UB students are also available in architecture, engineering, audiology, and medicine. Students can also study for a semester or year-long exchange at Capital Normal University.
The Confucius Institute Scholarship Program provides full tuition, on-campus accommodations and monthly stipend for undergraduates, recent graduates and graduate students to study for a semester or year at a Chinese university. Students can study Chinese language, literature, history, philosophy, art or other fields. Seniors or recent graduates can also apply for a master’s degree program in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages.
Young Leaders Fellowship
Provides roundtrip international airfare and travel and accommodations in China to senior undergraduates who hold student leadership positions. Applicants can apply for pre-arranged tours or submit their own plan of study and travel.
Duration of programs: 2 weeks to 6 months.
Joint Research PhD Fellowship
Provides tuition, living stipend, roundtrip international airfare and research fund for PhD students enrolled in foreign universities to study or conduct dissertation research in China for periods of 6 months to 2 years. In the U.S., this fellowship is administered by the Institute for International Education (IIE).
PhD in China Fellowship
Provides tuition, living stipend, roundtrip international airfare and research fund for international students to pursue a full-time PhD in the humanities or social sciences at a Chinese University.
High School China Bridge Summer Program
On this 15-day study tour to China, high school students spend time in Beijing and travel as a group with other Buffalo-area students for language instruction and sightseeing. Chaperones selected by the UB Confucius Institute accompany the Buffalo delegation. Students pay the cost of international airfare, visa (and U.S. passport, if they don’t have one) and occasional refreshments and souvenirs. All other costs are covered by Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban.
Email the Confucius Institute for more information.