2016 Summer Camp for UCSB Students

Event Date: 

Monday, July 4, 2016 - 8:00am to Monday, July 18, 2016 - 8:00am

Event Location: 

  • Shandong University in Jinan
  • Shandong Province
  • China

Event Price: 

Selected students are responsible for the costs of round-trip air tickets, passport, Chinese visa and international travel insurance, personal spending money, $30 Confucius Institute Headquarters will assume all the costs for accommodations, meals, local transportation, and all group activities and local sightseeing. 

Event Contact: 

Ms. Jennifer Hsu:  hsu@eastasian.ucsb.edu

I. Dates:  July 4 - July 18, 2016

II. Destinations:  Arrival and Departure City:  Beijing

    Host Location:  Shandong University in Jinan, Shandong Province

III. Activities:  Students will study Chinese language, culture, & history, participate in various cultural activities, visit the Great Wall, Summer Palace, Confucius’s hometown, and other points of interest of China’s long history.  

IV.  Application Deadline:  May 10, 2016.  All currently enrolled UCSB students with some Chinese language ability or coursework are eligible to apply.  The UCSB Confucius Institute will work with the East Asian Department to select qualified candidates and submit their information to Hanban in Beijing for the final decision. 

Submit attached Application Form, and $200 deposit by the deadline May 10.   $170 is refundable if you go on the trip, with $30 for transaction fee & gifts to hosts.  Not refundable if you do not go.  Please make checks out to “UC Regents.”

V.  Program Cost:  Selected students are responsible for the costs of round-trip air tickets, passport, Chinese visa and international travel insurance, personal spending money, $30 Confucius Institute Headquarters will assume all the costs for accommodations, meals, local transportation, and all group activities and local sightseeing.

VI.  Questions?  Please write to Ms. Jennifer Hsu:  hsu@eastasian.ucsb.edu 

Download 2016 Summer Camp Flyer

Download 2016 Summer Camp Registration Form