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  • John Sicilian

    (Professor of University of Kansas, USA, 2012 Summer School)

    Firstly, the summer school was really well organized in terms of curriculum provision, manning support and reception service. I think people taking part in would benefit a lot during the process. Secondly, I have to say the academic members of RUC summer school were amazing; they came from different universities that enjoy high reputation around the world. Thirdly, students in RUC were so friendly that I, as a professor, am very impressive.

  • GAO Ping

    (Professor of University of Manchester, UK, 2012 Summer School)

    I have heard about the excellent academic performance of RUC students as they are supposed to be the top ones. When I came to RUC, I notice that they were better than I expected. Therefore, teaching them was very enjoyable.

  • Stanley Rosen

    (Professor of University of Southern California, USA, 2011 Summer School)

    When I returned to RUC this summer, I was surprised by its significant change compared with what it used to be in 1994, the first time I came here. The differences were not only the layout of campus, but also a more progressive and open attitude.

  • Alejandro Hoyos Jr

    (student of University of Texas--Pan American, USA, 2012 Summer School)

    I have selected two courses to learn Chinese which was very challenging because it was the first time for me to study Chinese language and Chinese culture. But it turned out to be very interesting and beneficial. Besides, teachers were professional and dedicated, and their oral English was fluently so there were no barriers when we were communicating.

2017 RUC ISS Culture Immersion Activities

ISS will organize intra-city tours and watching Chinese acrobatics. RUC will afford transportation fee, but the entrance tickets and meals should be paid by the participants. Please refer to the following table for specific information.

Date Resorts Assembly Place and Time
July 8th(Sat.) Summer Palace 8:00 a.m., East Gate of Qiushi Building
July 15th(Sat.) The Great Wall 8:00 a.m., East Gate of Qiushi Building
July 16th (Sun.Evening) Chinese Acrobatics 18:15, East Gate of Qiushi Building
July 22rd (Sat.) Forbidden City (Palace Museum) 8:00 a.m., East Gate of Qiushi Building

Attention:

1. Tickets for the above places should be paid on the RUC ISS registration day of July 2nd.

2. After every activity, we will arrange ticket fee refund for those who have paid but withdraw at the hall of International Culture Exchange Center.