One of the things that I was most worried about coming to China was what the classroom environment would be like. I had in my head, a picture of rigorous course loads that required hours upon hours of work, done in a silent classroom where only the professor was allowed to speak. My first classroom experience was quick to do away with all presumptions about the Chinese classroom. The teachers so far have promoted a very interactive environment that, in my mind, furthers the learning experience. Many teachers…

CEA’s new Global Campus in Shanghai, China, is officially accepting applications for its inaugural classes of Summer and Fall 2010! American universities and colleges can now access one of the world’s fastest growing economies and China’s financial and business center, Shanghai, to enhance their own curriculum and study abroad offerings. Why Shanghai? Shanghai offers faculty the chance to open a window into a culture that is rich in both history and taste for all things modern and Western. It’s no wonder China is growing in popularity among a…

CEA’s new Global Campus in Shanghai, China, is officially accepting applications for its inaugural classes of Summer and Fall 2010! Shanghai offers the chance to open a window into a culture that is rich in both history and taste for all things modern and Western. It’s no wonder China is growing in popularity among a list of less traditional study abroad options for college students today. The Shanghai Global Campus offers elective courses taught in English, including business, communications, cultural studies, history, philosophy and political science. Students also…