The Summer camp on Chinese Economy and Society includes twenty-two 90-minute lectures, three company tours and various other activities. The majority of lectures will be delivered by top scholars in relevant research fields from the best universities, including Fudan University, Shanghai Jiaotong University as well as LSE. These lectures will equip you with a thorough understanding of Chinese economy and society in the past, current and future. Tours to a private company, a state-owned enterprise and a Sino-foreign joint venture will provide you opportunities to closely observe how various companies grasp market opportunities in China and grow to be more competitive internationally. Other cultural activities aim to help you have a better appreciation of Chinese culture and make your stay more enjoyable. After successful completion of the Program, students will be awarded a program certificate and an official transcript from Fudan University.
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Current students enrolled in universities above 18 years of age with adequate English skills
Fudan Foreign Student Dormitory is constituted by the Main building and the Supplementary building. Introduction to both buildings is as follows:
Introduction to the main building:(Building No.’0′):
The main building located northwest of Fudan campus is a 23 storey building with totally 728 rooms, 582 single rooms and 146 double rooms respectively. There are 4 elevators in the main building (in the mid of north and south lobbies).The double rooms are from 1st floor to 14th floor.
The operational offices such as accommodation office, superintendant office, mail office and teachers’ offices are located on the first floor of the main building including that of ISO (International Student’s office). The north lobby of the main building includes: reception desk, mini-supermarket, reading area and a 24hours reception/front desk service. The mail boxes are on the south lobby of the main building. A Staff member manages the distribution of the incoming letters and package receipts. The basement of the main building is used as parking lot (bikes).
From the 2nd floor to the 20th floor, there are 36 rooms on each floor with 18 rooms on both sides. Each floor is equipped with 2 kitchens at both ends of corridor respectively for each floor. The kitchens are equipped with: gas oven (1), washing machine (the card to access it can be purchased at the laundry room, Supplementary Building, Unit 4), gas water heater (1), and automatic water boiler (1). From the 21st floor to the 23d floor there are 12 rooms on each floor, 6 per side.All the rooms in the main building are equipped with balconies, air-conditioner, private bathroom,internet access. Please note: The beds come with no beddings.
Introduction to the Supplementary Building (Builing No. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9):
The supplementary building is consisted of 9 identical units and the booking serial number in the system goes by Unit 1, unit 2, unit 3, unit 4, unit 5, unit 6, unit 7, unit 8, unit 9.
All the 9 units of the supplementary building have altogether 504 single rooms. Each unit is a 7 storey unit. Each floor has two apartments. Each apartment has 4 single rooms, sitting room (1), bathrooms (2) (with 24hrs running hot water).Each of the single rooms have balconies, air-conditioner. There is a laundry room located in the supplementary building, Unit 4, in case students find it more convenient to have their clothes washed instead of self service. Please note: The beds come with no beddings.
Students who chose to move on the units of the supplementary building need to take the stairs since there are no elevators installed.
There is a deposit of 200RMB before residing in both buildings. The deposit shall be returned to the student upon return of an undamaged room and undamaged equipments by the student. The Students’ cafeteria and the Gym is 1 block behind the Foreign Students Dorm (5 min walk).
Price of the Dormitory
Main building: 80rmb/day for single room, 55rmb/day for double room.
Supplementary building: 45rmb/day. The electricity and water fee is not included in the housing fee. It’s paid by the residents.
Fudan University in Shanghai, China, was founded in 1905 and originally named the Fudan Public School. It was granted the status of a private university in 1917.
Today, Fudan has a 30,000-strong student population with international students comprising around 15% of all undergraduates.
The university offers 70 undergraduate degree programmes across the arts, humanities and sciences, and prides itself on having an international outlook. A number of its courses are taught in English and the institution boasts global connections and exchange programmes with almost 200 overseas universities. Study abroad schemes are encouraged at Fudan, with 40% of undergraduates electing to embark in international exchange.
A strong emphasis is also placed on practical training, and the university has a number of initiatives in place to assist students with their own projects, including the university’s undergraduate academic research financial aid platform which assists 500 students each year with funding their own independent academic research. Fudan's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (FDUROP) also gives students the facilities to showcase their ideas.
Outside the classroom, there are over 300 clubs and organisations for students to get involved in. With more than 2,000 club events taking place each month at Fudan, it is little wonder that students regularly refer to the ‘hundred club battle’ when planning their extra-curricular activities.
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