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Scholarships for master's degrees in China

There are opportunities for University of Southern California students to earn a graduate certificate or master’s degree in China, bring their Chinese language skills to the next level, and gain a multidisciplinary foundation in international affairs and China studies at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center.

October 2, 2019
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There are opportunities for University of Southern California students to earn a graduate certificate or master’s degree in China, bring their Chinese language skills to the next level, and gain a multidisciplinary foundation in international affairs and China studies at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. With this advanced bilingual training, Hopkins-Nanjing Center graduates are uniquely poised to understand diverse facets of China’s commercial, academic, economic, and political relationships with the world. 

Students with Chinese proficiency at the intermediate to advanced level are ideal candidates. If you have students who are interested in learning more, we would be happy to connect you with an admissions officer to detail our programs, career outcomes, the application process, and scholarship opportunities. Dedicated to supporting students, we offer guaranteed scholarships for all students who apply for financial aid. Please email us at nanjing@jhu.edu to get in touch with our admissions team.

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center was founded in 1986 as a multicultural, bilingual educational collaboration between the Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University. Students study Sino-global relations in a supportive bilingual community with a deep commitment to open academic inquiry. American and other international students take most coursework taught in Chinese, while studying and living alongside their Chinese peers. Students earn a master’s degree or a graduate certificate while gaining the language and professional skills needed for today’s global workforce. Students also have the option to continue their studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS campuses in Washington, DC and Bologna, Italy.

We invite you to share this information about the Hopkins-Nanjing Center with your students. To learn more or to request brochures to share with your students, please email us at nanjing@jhu.edu.

Hopkins-Nanjing Center Washington Office
Johns Hopkins University SAIS
1619 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
nanjing@jhu.edu 

 

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