Language of instruction: English
Language requirement: None.
GPA requirement: 2.5 cumulative
Priority deadline: December 11, 2015 for priority consideration
Approximate Program Dates
May 25 — July 22, 2016
Location: Hangzhou, China
Affiliated Institution: Zheijang University
Trips/Excursions: Guided tour of places of interest in the region, industrial and cultural visits (to be determined)
Two engineering courses offered for six credits taught by UW faculty, plus one credit of E ASIAN 299 (Directed Study).
Cost: Approximately $4,000-$4,500 (depending on residency), which covers tuition, housing, health insurance, student ID card, technical visits and excursions.
In addition, students will need to budget approximately $2,500 for airfare to and from the site, meals and personal travel.
Interested students may apply for a Chou Kuo Ping award (apply through Scholarships@UW), funding from UW's engineering departments (submit the scholarship form in the IESP application), or a Freeman Award for Study in Asia (apply through the Institute of International Education).
Housing: On-campus dormitory in single or double rooms with a shared bath
Meals: On-campus cafeterias and local restaurants
Students should be aware of the following things, which affect eligibility for this program.
- Grade of AB or higher in ESL 118 (if taken) is required
- Grade of B or higher in Comm A
- Priority will be given to students without prior experience in Asia
- Priority will be given to students who will enroll in all courses offered
- Grade of B or higher in all prerequisite courses is required
Steps to Apply
Complete the IESP application.
If you have an up-to-date passport please submit a copy of it with your application, otherwise apply immediately.
If you have any questions, contact IESP.