Spend your semester in Beijing, China, where history and modernity collide. This northeastern city is not only known for its ancient sites and architecture, but also for its growing modern landscape. As China’s capital city, it is not only the second largest in China, but is also known as an epicenter for culture and education. With seven UNESCO world heritage sites, 91 colleges and universities, and influence in technology, business, fashion, and art, Beijing is sure to have the experience you are looking for.
Whether you are new to studying the Chinese language, or are working hard to master it, Peking University offers a diverse range of courses that cater to all language abilities. While at your home away from home, stay in an international student dorm, where a myriad of dining options and student organizations are available to you. Peking University’s campus and dormitories are within the urban area of Beijing, a short distance from local and international eateries, and famous Chinese landmarks.