Are you interested in continuing your education at a prestigious international relations graduate program?
Project Pengyou is pleased to collaborate with the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) to hold an information session in Beijing this June. We warmly invite all students, young professionals, and pengyous to join us in our hutong courtyard to learn more about JHU – SAIS and its various graduate degree programs. Sidney Jackson, assistant dean of admissions and global recruitment as well as several SAIS alumni will be present to answer your questions about the admissions process, the student experience, and the impact your SAIS education could have on the world.
7:00pm Powerpoint presentation and Q&A with alumni
7:45pm Networking event
Project Pengyou has been a proud supporter of the Hopkins Nanjing Center, one of the oldest and most prestigious China studies graduate programs and also one of SAIS’s programs. For those interested in studying international relations in China or abroad, don’t miss this info session – register today to join us!
About the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
A division of The Johns Hopkins University, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC, is a global institution offering students a truly international perspective on today’s critical issues. SAIS China, the umbrella for all of SAIS activities involving China, is anchored by the China Studies Program in DC. The program features a superb faculty with considerable experience both within and outside academe, from work in government and multilateral organizations to NGOs and foundations. Courses range from Chinese leadership and foreign policy, economic and political reform, and human rights and law, to China’s environment, military, and growing involvement in Africa and beyond. SAIS China also encompasses The Hopkins Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies, the preeminent and longest running educational collaboration between the US and the PRC. In partnership with Nanjing University, the Center’s graduate programs offer students the opportunity to learn from top Chinese and international scholars in a bilingual and bicultural environment in China. SAIS students also have the opportunity to spend a year at Tsinghua University taking courses in English toward a dual MA degree from SAIS and Tsinghua. SAIS China offers unparalleled training for future leaders and thinkers who will address China’s evolving role in the world. Learn more: https://www.sais-jhu.edu/content/china-studies#overview