MLAC students apply within the department. Students from other academic departments are not able to apply for this exchange placement.
Nomination (by DU) deadlines:
Application (once allocated a Global Opportunity place):
Students taking part in this program should be undergraduate students at their home university. They will have the opportunity to take courses with ZJU students. Please refer to the attached tentative English course list for undergraduate students and indicate in which school or department they would like to study at ZJU on the application. Please note that not all the courses on the list will be available each semester and the exchange students will be able to register for the courses only after the start of the new semester, during the orientation. Students admitted in this program could also take courses on Chinese language and courses on China Profile (both courses include 48 teaching hours per semester). Please note that if the students want to take these two courses, they should have the Chinese language proficiency equivalent to grade 4 in the old version of HSK or score 190 in new HSK grade 4 or above.
English language certificates are not required. However, a very good command of English is required.
If the students want to take the courses taught in Chinese in the fields of liberal arts and law, they should have the Chinese language proficiency equivalent to grade 5 in the old version of HSK or score 210 in new HSK grade 4 or above; applicants to other programs in Chinese must have the Chinese language proficiency equivalent to grade 4 in the old version of HSK or score 190 in new HSK grade 4 or above.
Zhejiang have several resources on their website including information on Accommodation, Health & Insurance, Money Tips and Important Contacts.
Accommodation for exchange students will be automatically reserved. Exchange students will be arranged to stay on or near the university campus where their specialty College/Department is located. The approximate price of housing is 1500 RMB per person per month. Due to the limited number of the rooms on campus, usually two students have to share one room without the kitchen.
Further information on accommodation at Zhejiang
Accessible by train from Hangzhou and Shanghai is Suzhou. Dubbed the 'Venice of the East' owing to its canals, it gained UNESCO heritage status with its gardens. Dating back to the 11th century, the Classical gardens reflect the profound metaphysical importance of natural beauty in Chinese culture.