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  • Locations: Beijing, China
  • Program Terms: Summer A
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: Monash applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:

Semester Exchange applicants: For more information and to apply, scroll down to the Program Description and click the 'Ready to apply?' button.

All other programs: There are currently no active application cycles.

Fact Sheet:
Course Level: Year 2, Year 3 Awarded Credit Points: 06
Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Type: GST - Global Study Tour
Program Duration: 3 weeks Academic Level: Undergraduate
Leading Faculty: Faculty of Arts Eligibility: By invitation only
Area(s) of Study: Arts Minimum WAM: 60%
Host Institution: University of International Business and Economics
Program Description:

Study Chinese translation studies in Beijing this Summer!



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The China Intensive Language Program is a three or six week program run each year at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing. UIBE university has an outstanding reputations in foreign language and translation studies teaching and are members of China’s National
Project 211 (100 key universities for the 21st century).

University of International Business and Economics (UIBE)

China’s leading university in the field of economics, finance and international business. UIBE offers translation studies options for students with advanced language proficiency. Notable alumni include:

Secretary of the International Monetary Fund – Lin Jianhai.

Former Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the United States
of America – Zhou Wenzhong.


To apply for this program, you must:

  • be a currently enrolled Monash student at an Australian campus,

  • have completed at least 24 credit points in your degree (Bus Eco students must have completed 48CP),

  • have a WAM of 60 or above, and

  • have received an invitation letter advising the program(s) you can apply for.

  • Have received course advice and approval to participate in the program from your managing faculty