“While studying at the HNC, the bilingual and multicultural environment gave me the opportunity to engage in meaningful class discussions, listen to different perspectives from classmates and study complex problems in Mandarin with both Chinese and other international students.”
“Living in a bilingual environment was extremely helpful in acquiring Chinese language abilities and supporting my Chinese friends with their English.”
“Through the Energy, Resources and Environment concentration, I have learned more about technology focused policy and I have gained traction in the energy sector.”
We asked our students studying at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in Nanjing, China about their favorite places in the city. Here is what they had to say.
“Attending the Hopkins-Nanjing Center allowed me to advance my Chinese at a policy and economics level and gain a more nuanced understanding of Chinese history and political developments from Chinese academics in their native language.”
Over fall break, Hopkins-Nanjing Center Certificate student Cady Deck traveled to Yunnan Province to conduct research with classmates for their course Chinese and American Thought: Bilingual Perspectives. Leading up to the trip, they learned about […]
” I knew that our friendship would last a lifetime because we had bonded over such unique adventures.”