- What is the cost of attendance?
- Is financial aid available?
- Where can I intern?
- May I intern in Hong Kong, Macau, or Taiwan?
- Does the Nanjing Center place students at internships?
- May I intern with a U.S. consulate or embassy?
- Do I need to be a U.S. citizen to apply?
- How do I find housing?
- Do I get academic credit for participating?
- How large is the Overseas Flagship group?
- Do I need to participate in the direct enrollment semester first or may I begin with the internship semester?
- How may I find more information about the direct enrollment semester?
- May I receive a stipend from my internship?
Please ask the Flagship coordinator at your university for more information about the cost of attendance.
The Language Flagship provides support for students enrolled in domestic Flagship institutions to help them participate in the Overseas Flagship programs. Interested students should contact their domestic Flagship program for additional information.
Other Student Support Options -
Freeman Asia Scholarship
Benjamin Gilman Scholarship
Chinese Flagship students may intern in Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, or Shenzhen.
No, students may only intern in mainland China.
No. Students apply for their own internships and arrange for interviews. However, internship staff can assist by providing resources and helping students connect with former and existing internship providers.
No. Students may not intern with any governmental organization.
You must have U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent residency to apply. However, you cannot be a Chinese citizen. You can apply if you are a U.S. permanent resident with Indonesian citizenship, for example.
Students find housing through a variety of methods, including staff recommendations, alumni recommendations, fee-based housing brokers, Chinese websites, and airbnb.
Students who successfully complete the Chinese Overseas Flagship program will receive an internship verification letter issued by Nanjing University and a transcript from Bryn Mawr College. It is the student's responsibility to arrange for credit transfer.
The size of the average Chinese Overseas Flagship fall cohort for the Nanjing Center is 45 students. The size of the average Chinese Overseas Flagship spring cohort is 15 students.
Do I need to participate in the direct enrollment semester first or may I begin with the internship semester?
To qualify for the internship semester, students must participate in the direct enrollment semester at Nanjing University and receive an overall positive recommendation from the center director and instructors.
Please visit http://overseaschineseflagship.byu.edu for more information.
No, students may not receive a stipend from their internship providers because students are in China on X-1 study visas rather than on work visas. Receiving payment for internship work will jeopardize students' standing in the program and the program's continued collaborations with Nanjing University.