Thursday, January 20, 2011 myBiz Blog
Studying in China by jhalaas

Recently, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to an audience of high school and college students about the 100,000 Strong Initiative. This initiative "seeks to prepare the next generation of American experts on China who will be charged with managing the growing political, economic and cultural ties between the United States and China."

The Wisconsin School of Business is proud to have an exchange partnership with one of China's premier universities, Tsinghua University.

Students interested in studying abroad in China (and elsewhere) should attend the Business Study Abroad Fair. This event will be held February 2 from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. the the West Atrium of Grainger Hall.

Please note that the application to study abroad through International Programs is due March 1. If you have questions, stop by the new International Programs Center in 3164 Grainger Hall.

Students should also note that they may be eligible to apply for Gilman and the Freeman-ASIA scholarships for a study abroad experience in China.