The Yenching Academy of Peking University aims to build bridges between China and the rest of the world through an interdisciplinary master's program in China Studies. This initiative brings together young people who have demonstrated a talent for leadership and innovation. At Yenching, they are immersed in an intensive learning environment where they can explore China and its role in the world—past, present, and future. The Academy's goal is to shape new generations of global citizens with a nuanced understanding of China.
The Yenching Academy provides full fellowships to its scholars, and offers them a wide array of interdisciplinary courses on China within broadly defined fields of the humanities and social sciences. Working closely with their academic mentors, Yenching Scholars create their own study paths by choosing courses from six research areas. They participate in a variety of extracurricular activities and field studies, organized by the Yenching Academy, and designed by scholars themselves. Studying at the Academy is an exceptional opportunity to take part in intercultural exchanges and interdisciplinary learning, developing both personally and professionally.
Instead of coming back to Peking University after the Chinese New Year, Yenching Scholars continue their academic adventure at home and in new settings, all the while finding new ways to keep themselves creative and occupied.March 30, 2020
It is our great privilege - from Beijing, Delhi, Melbourne, Paris, Abuja, Boston, Rio, and so many other locales - that we take this opportunity to thank you.March 25, 2020
Recently, Three Yenching Scholars, Michael Lee, Samukelisiwe Ngwenya and Antonio R. Quiroz Soto, have accepted an interview from CGTN, sharing their views towards COVID-19.March 24, 2020
If a virus knows no borders, so does love. I believe that love and wisdom will guide us all safely through our present challenges.March 19, 2020
At the end of January 2020, an article lauding Japanese efforts and encouragement to the Chinese people made the rounds on social media. In this article, a Japanese youngster shared his impressions of Wuhan and encouraged viewers to visit this dynamic and captivating city when the epidemic is over.March 9, 2020
This letter is focused on the COVID-19 situation in China and it is addressed to three groups of people: 1) a Chinese passenger who was passed over by a taxi driver, 2) the whole world, and 3) the Chinese people.February 26, 2020
Recruitment for the 2020 cohort of international, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan candidates is currently ongoing. More information about recruitment for the 2021 cohort of Mainland Chinese candidates will be available on our official website soon.
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