Study Abroad in Asia - Japan Gate

CU-Boulder students with an interest in Asia are strongly encouraged to spend a semester or a year abroad to obtain a different perspective on the Asian world. Studying abroad not only enables students to earn credits for their major, core, and/or electives, but to enhance their Asian language proficiencies and gain a deeper understanding of Asian cultures. 

The Education Abroad office offers over 70 programs in 15 countries throughout East, South, Southeast, and West Asia, as well as several Global Seminars taught and directed by CU faculty. Students may spend from a few weeks to a full academic year abroad, depending on the program selected. Language study can be a prerequisite for participation in some of the programs, so early planning for study abroad is essential.

To learn more and get started, please complete Abroad 101, offered online and in-person. 

Tang-funded Global Seminar: Organizational Behavior & Business in China Summer 2024

Info Session: Tuesday February 6 at 4:30pm in C4C S435

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It's your chance to go to China in Summer 2024! Attend this new summer Global Seminar focusing on Organizational Behavior. Professor Tracy Jennings, who has years of experience taking students to China, will lead this program, taking you through four different cities to observe how people get things done in various Chinese organizations. Key topics include: individual motivation and personality, teams, and organizational leadership and culture. To understand work behavior, you'll visit many places of work and look at three major cultural factors impacting how people work: education, religion, and history & current trends.

This program is funded by the Tang Fund, providing generous scholarships to all students who are accepted.

Learn more at an info session Tuesday February 6 at 4:30pm in C4C S435.