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IMUSE 2010 Beijing Summer Fellowship Program
Application deadline: April 25, 2010
Project IMUSE (Initiating Mutual Understanding through Student Exchange) is a nonprofit organization offering undergraduate and graduate students around the United States with a unique fellowship opportunity in China. Each fellow will spend 10 days with other fellows from around the US and China, exploring US-China relations by attending events, learning from each other, and exploring their roles in the future of their countries.
Fellowship delegates will be provided will full living accommodations in Beijing for two weeks as they participate in a series of group discussions, cultural activities, speaker events, and guided tours that will promote both their understanding of China and of their Chinese peers. All events will be conducted in English and no knowledge of Chinese is necessary.
Please refer to the Project IMUSE Web site for more information. Applications are due no later than April 25, 2010.
Revised: April 18, 2010
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