Study at Dushu Lake Summer School

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Overview

This summer school, held by Suzhou Dushu Lake Science and Education Innovation District, is China’s first and only summer school for middle and high school students, giving you a chance to experience life at a top joint-venture university before you make application decisions.

The bilingual summer school is open to all middle and high school students in China, including graduates, and runs from Saturday 6 to Sunday 14 August 2016.

It is organised by [email protected] Lake, a platform set up by SEID to promote study opportunities in the area.

Why join us on this summer school?

  • Experience university life at XJTLU, from attending lectures and working in state-of-the-art facilities to meeting current students and learning about the student clubs and organisations on offer
  • Get academic support from international staff at XJTLU, covering distinctive areas of study including architecture, biology, financial mathematics and urban planning
  • Discover how XJTLU prepares you for academic study through its excellent English for Academic Purposes support
  • Be among the first students to experience this new kind of summer school and learn more about the differences between XJTLU and traditional Chinese universities
  • Have fun, make new friends and develop new skills by taking part in exciting activities such as golf and archery.

Knowledge and skills

  • The bilingual programme focuses on improving your abilities in bilingual expression, academic English, innovative thinking and team work
  • Meet XJTLU students and alumni who will share information about the university application system, as well as life on campus
  • Develop your time management, planning and decision-making skills with the professional and experienced coaching team made up of staff from XJTLU and SEID
  • Take time to consider your career plans and how university education will help you achieve them.
  • Start date
  • Attendance Part time
  • Duration Two weeks
  • Prospectus No prospectus available