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Overview

Shanghai International Studies University(SISU) provides unique international experience for students, faculty and researchers from all over the world to interact across national, cultural and linguistic borders. Currently, SISU has established Agreements or MOU on student exchange with more than 340 universities, cultural and educational institutions and international organization from 56 countries and regions all over the world. Foreign students who are willing to participate in the exchange program and study at SISU may inquire the International Offices of their home universities for more information.

Admissions to Student Exchange Program

The program lasts one or two semesters, with the fall semester beginning in the middle of September and the Spring semester in late February.

1.Qualification of Applicants

(1) Student Exchange Agreement (or MOU) signed between home university and SISU

(2) Recommended by the home university

(3) At least one year study finished at home university

2. Required Documents

(1) Fill the SISU Application Form online.

(2) Photocopy of passport.

(3) Letter of reference / nomination by the international office of the home university.

3. Application Procedure

(1) Apply first to your home university and get a nomination place.

(2) The home university should first send the nomination list to us.

(3) Complete On-line Application on the website of International Students Office, Shanghai International Studies University(http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn) and upload the required documents online.

4. Application Procedure

For spring semester study: October 1 – November 15 (previous year)

For fall semester study: March 15 – April 30 (present year)

5. Training Courses:

(1) Mandarin courses offered in the mornings include Comprehensive Chinese (grammar, conversation, and Chinese characters), Chinese Listening Comprehension, Chinese Reading and Chinese Conversation of various levels.

(2) English-taught courses offered in the afternoons

★ Exchange students will receive a list of English-taught courses at the beginning of each semester and may sign up for them with the academic office. In this website you can find the list of courses for the year 2016 for your reference.

(3) Optional courses offered in the afternoons comprise HSK Tutoring, Chinese Modern History, Modern Literature, Security Investment, International Investment, Chinese-Foreign Cultural Exchange History, E-Business; Chinese Characters Writing, Calligraphy, Taiji boxing, Chinese Elocution, etc.

6. Training Courses:

The application materials will be reviewed and examined by Office of International Student Affairs(OISA) of SISU. Once approved, it will take 2 or 3 weeks to prepare the admission documents and then send back to the home university via express. The applicants may inquire for admission status via the On-line Application System on the website of OISA.

7. Transcripts and Credits.

As the credit system is different between China and the other countries, all the exchange students will get a transcript of their Chinese courses or English-taught courses, in which the total class hours and the remarks are written. Exchange students can change to the local credits on the basis of the class hours we provide.

★Remarks: Normally, exchange students should collect the transcripts by yourselves by the end of semester, otherwise there is an appoint between the home and host university that SISU should send the transcripts together to the home university.

8. Accommodation

Please find more useful information about the on-campus and off-campus accommodations here.

The exchange students under university-level agreements/MOU may choose to live on-campus or off-campus. Online reservation for on-campus dormitory within a predetermined time is required. Off-campus accommodation is not provided by SISU and you must handle this by yourself if you don’t reserve on-campus dormitory online.

9. Contact Information

Office of International Student Affairs

Shanghai International Studies University

Room 202, Building 2, 550 Dalian Road (W)

Shanghai 200083, China

Tel: +86-21-65360599

Fax: +86-21-65313756

Email: oisa@shisu.edu.cn

Website: http://oisa.shisu.edu.cn

Optional English-taught Courses List for Spring Semester 2016

★Remarks: Each course will be opened only if there are over 10 applicants.

Courses Time
Contemporary Chinese Economy Monday 13:30-15:00
Inter-Cultural Communication Theory and Practice Monday 13:30-15:00
International Business Law Monday 13:30-15:00
Chinese History and Culture Tuesday 13:30-15:00
Corporate Finance Tuesday 13:30-15:00
China through Movies Tuesday 13:30-15:45
Chinese IP Law Tuesday 15:15-16:45
Chinese Investment Wednesday 13:30-15:00
Chinese Environment Law Thursday 13:30-15:00
Chinese Economy Thursday 13:30-15:00
Doing Business in China Thursday 13:30-15:00
China & the Law of the Sea Thursday 15:00-16:45

Optional English-taught Courses List for Fall Semester 2016

★Remarks: Each course will be opened only if there are over 10 applicants.

Courses Time
Contemporary Chinese Economy Monday 13:30-15:00
Inter-Cultural Communication Theory and Practice Monday 13:30-15:00
International Business Law Monday 13:30-15:00
Chinese History and Culture Tuesday 13:30-15:00
Corporate Finance Tuesday 13:30-15:00
China through Movies Tuesday 13:30-15:45
Chinese IP Law Tuesday 15:15-16:45
Chinese Investment Wednesday 13:30-15:00
Chinese Environment Law Thursday 13:30-15:00
Chinese Economy Thursday 13:30-15:00
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