Cornell University’s CAPS program was established in the context of Cornell’s intensified pursuit of its internationalization strategy and the increased importance of China’s rise for U.S. interests and global affairs. CAPS is a major offered at Cornell University designed to train new leaders in addressing the China-U.S. relationship.
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CAPS is a major offered at Cornell University designed to train the new leaders in addressing the China-U.S. relationship. During their senior year, CAPS majors spend the fall semester in Beijing at Peking University's School of International Studies (SIS), to study and to experience China. Students will hold externships with government agencies, businesses, the media, think tanks, or other organizations.
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Upcoming China-related events.
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Market Square, Knoxville, TN 37902 - Knoxville, Market Square
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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NY 100 Washington Street - New York, China Institute
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