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China Agricultural University
Beijing, China (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
|Language of Instruction:||Chinese, English||Minimum GPA:||3.0|
China Agriculture University was originally founded in 1905. The University has 64 undergraduate programs and a large number of graduate programs. Full-time students at the University number 12,510 and the school is well-known as the top agricultural school in China and a prestigious international school as well. Faculties at CAU include Agronomy and Biotechnology, Animal Science and Technology, Biological Science, Engineering, Food Science and Nutritional Engineering, Ideology and Political Education, Water Conservancy and Civil Engineering and more. Both basic and applied research are conducted at China Agricultural University, covering a broad area in agricultural sciences and beyond. The majority of research programs are oriented and tailored to meet the national needs for economic and social development, and centered on their potential utilization and the practical significance for the nation’s social and economic development. The University also played a big role in the 2008 Olympics, hosting wrestling events and coordinating the Mt. Everest leg of the torch run.
Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China and is one of the largest cities in the world. It is a global city of over 21 million people, with a huge international population and many historical landmarks, including seven World Heritage Sites, such as the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. It is a political, economic, and cultural center both for China and the world, with the service industry as a leader internationally. The city is shielded by mountains to the North and West, and is along some major rivers in China that flow into the Hai River system.
|OSU||China Agricultural University|
September - January
March - July
Please note, these dates are subject to change. For the most accurate information, please visit the host university website.
Before going abroad, you will need to investigate the courses available at potential host institutions. OSU students studying abroad must take at least the equivalent of 12 OSU credit hours during their exchange semester. Please be sure to read the course descriptions provided by the host institution and compare them to your coursework at OSU.
OSU students can take courses in mathematics, biology, accounting, economics, chemistry, Chinese, and more! This program is ideal for Agricultural Economics majors. See the China Agricultural University website for more information!
Students participating in a reciprocal exchange program must have completed at least 45 credit hours and have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or above at the time they intend to participate.
For estimated expenses, please refer to the budget sheets located at the top of this brochure.
International Students will live in a guesthouse. The rent is 1200RMB per month, including bills for electricity and water. Two international students share one room. Each room has a suite bathroom. Each guesthouse room is furnished with basic furniture, linens, TV, air conditioner, refrigerator, shower, heater, Internet and wifi. There is a common laundry with washing machine and dryer. There is also a common kitchen with microwave oven, hot-plate, and oven.
Students studying for 90 days or more are required to obtain a student visa or residency permit. Please refer to the website of the embassy or consulate to obtain visa information. You are encouraged to work with Ms. Vivian Wang at Oklahoma State University for visa assistance.
CAU Website (in Chinese)
Study in China Agricultural University
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