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Summer Camp in China

During the summer vacation (usually in late June and eraly July), we organize a 2-week summer camp in China, which includes visits of 2-3 Chinese cities, for those who has completed successfully at least one Chinese course with us. The participants will have the opportunity to explore places of interests and local specialties, and to experience the Chinese culture up close for themselves. The host university, DUFE (Dongbei University of Finance and Economics) is responsible for specific arrangement of classes, activities and visits in China.

The participants are responsible for their visas and flight (and train) tickets (including insurance) to the host university (in Dalian, China). The host university offers summer-camp scholarship to cover other fees in China, including tuition, accomodations, and camp-level travelling costs between cities. 

Note: The details rest on the plan of the summer camp in the year to organize it.