Availabilty: 2 spaces
Language Requirement: Courses offered in English
Student Visa required: http://www.travelchinaguide.com
The curriculum covers the major fields of Chinese law. The Program will offer you both unique insights in Chinese legal system and exciting experience in China. Courses include: Chinese Society and Law, Constitutional and Administrative Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Civil Procedure and Conflict of Laws, Contract Law, Environmental Law and International Arbitration and International Intellectual Property.
Students can make their own arrangements or stay in the university’s dormitories. A shared room is $8-9/day and a single room is $13-17/day.
A score will be given to each course based on examinations or papers. Most of the required courses have in-class-examinations and most of the elective courses have take-home-examinations. The examinations may take the forms of written essay or questions and answers at the decision of the professors and teachers.
Cost of Living per semester
- Rent/utilities/food: $1400-2700
- Personal expenses: $1000
- Insurance: $49
- Books and supplies: $80
Students attending Tsinghua as exchange students are required to pay the application fee and the comprehensive insurance fee charged to all international students at Tsinghua.
Students who are successful in their application to this exchange are eligible to apply to Dalhousie’s Office of International Relations https://www.dal.ca/dept/international-relations.html for a travel grant, and to CLIC for a monthly allowance of approximately $600 per month plus some other benefits. http://clicstudyinchina.com/