Semester in China
STLCC offers opportunities to study a semester at one of our partner universities in China. You will immerse in the Chinese academic life and you will experience the amazing Chinese culture, language, and people by visiting famous sites, ancient temples and villages, and modern cities. You will get a taste of the amazing Chinese cuisine and traditions.
Who Should Apply?
STLCC students who are interested to earn college credit and learn about the Chinese education, language, culture, and traditions. To apply for the program please complete the STLCC online study abroad application form. Additional application forms and documents will be required by the Chinese university.
While this program has been designed for St. Louis Community College students, any person meeting the eligibility requirements may apply.
- All students must be 18+ years of age to participate.
- Any specific country entry requirements will have to be met.
- Minimum GPA 3.0
- C or better in College Composition I
- You can take 12 credit hours at one of our partner universities: Xi’an International University, Xi’an, Shaanxi province or Hunan Normal University, Changsha, Hunan province.
- Courses offered in English language are limited.
- Specific course list will be available upon application.
- The credit will transfer to your transcript upon successful completion of the program
- Courses may be audited.
- Mandatory pre-departure orientation meeting(s) at St. Louis Community College will be scheduled.
The estimated program fee is $6500 per person based on double occupancy.
The final price will depend on the destination, courses and options chosen, exchange rate, taxes and fees imposed by vendors and other outside factors.
The program cost includes:
- Airfare to/from China and airport transfers.
- Lodging in university dorms.
- Tuition at the Chinese university.
- Some local tours.
- Limited emergency health and travel insurance.
The program does NOT include:
- Chinese visa fee and visa processing.
- Meals or optional meal plan.
- Independent touring.
- Optional health and travel cancellation protection insurance (strongly recommended).
- Miscellaneous expenses.
Submit application to STLCC by May 15
Pay all program fees by Aug. 1
Submit application to STLCC by Sep. 15
Pay all program fees by Dec. 1
Full refund: Cancel ninety days before departure date.
Penalties and fees will apply after cancellation deadline.
STLCC strongly recommends that in addition to the included program insurance you consider purchasing additional health and travel insurance to cover trip interruption and cancellation.
District Coordinator for International Education
St. Louis Community College
5600 Oakland Ave, F-115
St. Louis, Missouri 63110
St. Louis Community College has made every reasonable effort to determine that the information stated in this brochure is accurate. Courses offered and other matters contained herein are subject to change without notice by the administration and/or Board of Trustees of the College for reasons related to enrollment, finances, scheduling, costs, or for any other reason. The College further reserves the right to add, amend or repeal any of the rules, regulations, policies, or procedures applicable to the program offered herein. Travel, housing, meals, and other logistical arrangements are provided by an independent contractor not affiliated with the College and the College assumes no responsibility therefore. Participants will be required to sign a statement releasing the college from any liability in connection with the program offered herein or the services provided by the independent contractor. Insurance coverage is recommended. The College is not responsible for losses resulting from lack of any insurance coverage.
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