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International Graduate Program in Contemporary China Studies

 

School of Advanced International and Area Studies

East China Normal University

About ECNU

East China Normal University (ECNU), the first national “Normal” university in the People’s Republic ofChina, was established in October 1951. ECNU belongs to the national universities of excellence development programs, known as “Project 211” and “Project 985,” and has become a leading regional and national innovator in teaching, research and public service on its way to be becoming a comprehensive, research-oriented and internationalized world-class university. ECNU is located in Shanghai and its Putuo campus is one of China’s famous “garden campuses”. Among ECNU’s 2,235 full-time faculty members, over 1,737 are professors and associate professors. The number of local graduate students is approximately 14,000 while international students number around 5,000. With Shanghai’s emergence as a leading, global city, ECNU has worked hard to become a leading international university as well.

About SAIAS

Emphasizing cutting-edge research on international relations and regional issues, ECNU’s School of Advanced International and Area Studies (SAIAS) is dedicated to training and educating MA and Ph.D. candidates in the field of international studies for careers in think tanks, government, and multinational corporations.

SAIAS specializes in studies of Russia and Eurasia, co-development with neighboring countries, American studies, European studies, among other themes. In addition to area studies, SAIAS also promotes teaching and research about international relations topics, such as great power relations, social transition, international strategy, international relations theory, and international political economy.

Aiming to bring its research and teaching to an even higher level, SAIAS is committed to undertaking research and training projects, offering consultation services, and facilitating international cooperation and exchange.

About CCS Program

Contemporary China Studies (CCS) is a two-year international master program specifically designed for overseas students having an interest in deepening their knowledge about China’s politics, economics, and diplomacy. Designed to introduce students toChina’s domestic and international politics, the program will provide its graduates with the theoretical toolkit, practical knowledge, and analytical capacity that they need to succeed in a globalized world.

Key CCS Instructors

Jean-Marc F. Blanchard

Title

Professor, Director of the Center for Multinational Corporations Studies, member of the Editorial Boards of 5 publications including Asian Perspective (SSCI), the Journal of Chinese Political Science, and the International Journal of Emerging Markets, and a member of leading organizations including the American Political Science Association, the International Studies Association, and the Academy of International Business.   

Education

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Specialties

International Political Economy, Foreign Investment inChina, Chinese Outward Investment, Chinese Foreign Economic Policy, Sino-US Relations

FENG Shaolei

Title

Professor; Director of the Center for Russian Studies, SAIAS

Education

Bachelor, East China Normal University

Specialties

The Politics, Diplomacy and Social Transformation of Russia; Great Power Relations; the Theory of International Politics

YANG Jiemian

Title

Zijiang Professor, ECNU, Senior Fellow and the director of academic committee, Shanghai Institute for International Studies, Counsellor of Shanghai Municipal People's Government

Education

M.A. at the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, USA,  Ph.D. at the Shanghai International Studies University

Specialties

Contemporary Chinese Diplomacy

PAN Xingming

Title

Professor, Director of the Center for European Studies, SAIAS

Education

Ph.D., Nanjing University

Specialties

History of the British Empire and Commonwealth,China-EU Relations,China’s Foreign Relations

LI Xiaoting

Title

Assistant Professor

Education

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Specialties

International Relations Theory, with a focus on conflict management and security issues; Chinese Politics, Chinese Foreign Policy and National Security Strategy, International Relations in East Asia, with a focus on U.S.-China-Taiwan relations, Sino-Korean relations, and Sino-Japanese relations

ZHANG Xin

Title

Assistant to the Dean, Assistant Professor

Education

Ph.D., UCLA

Specialties

Comparative Political Economy, International Development,Russiaand Eurasia, Corporate Foreign Policy, Property Rights, Energy and Natural Resources

Other CCS instructors

Prof. LIU Jun

Associate Prof. WANG Tiejun

Associate Prof. SUN Suyuan

Associate Prof. YANG Cheng

Associate Prof. JIANG Rui

Dr. XIAO Huizhong

Dr. GAO Xiaochuan

Dr. ZHANG Hong

Dr. ZANG Shumei

Adjunct Professor

Allen C. Lynch

Title

Professor, Dept. of Politics and former Director of the Center for Russian and East European Studies, 1993-2008, University of Virginia

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, Columbia University

Specialties

Russian foreign relations, Domestic Politics and American Foreign Policy

YU Bin

Title

Professor of Wittenberg University, USA; senior fellow, Shanghai Association of American Studies

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, Stanford University

Specialties

International Relations, Comparative Politics, American Foreign Policy, East Asian Politics, East Asian Foreign Relations, Chinese Politics, China Foreign Policy

Timofey V. Bordachev

Title

Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of National Research University Higher School of Economics, a member of the Valdai Discussion Club, Director on research, Council on Foreign and Defense Policy

Education

Ph.D. (Political Science), Saint Petersburg State University (SPBGU)

Specialties

Russian-European relations, foreign Policy of the European Union, public-private relations in Europe and the European and international Security

Application Requirements

Program applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, History, Economic, Politic Science or other related majors. For more information regarding specific application procedures, please see:

http://lxs.ecnu.edu.cn/EN/msg.php?id=44

Degree Requirements

In order to obtain the MA in Contemporary China Studies, the student needs 18 credits from the list of required courses and 12 credits from elective courses. 

Scholarships

CCS students have the opportunity to apply for two kinds of scholarships. 

One is offered by the Chinese Ministry of Education. The second is offered by the Shanghai Municipal Government. Students can apply for both scholarship programs concurrently. 

However, each program requires a separate application and supporting materials and only one scholarship can be awarded per student. Details about the programs and application information can be found at:

http://lxs.ecnu.edu.cn/EN/msg.php?id=33

Contact Person

CHEN Jing

Email: jchen@saias.ecnu.edu.cn

SAIAS website: http://en.saias.ecnu.edu.cn/

ECNU website: http://english.ecnu.edu.cn/

Office of International Programs website: 

http://lxs.ecnu.edu.cn/EN/

English Program Courses

Year

Course Title

Instructor

Type of Course

Credits

1st/2nd

Theory and Practices of Contemporary Chinese Diplomacy

Yang Jiemian

Required Course

3

1st

Comparative Politics

Zhang Xin

Required Course

3

1st

China’s rise and Sino-US  relations

Li Xiaoting

Required Course

3

1st

The Politico-Economy of  Chinese outward investment

JEAN-MARC F. BLANCHARD

Required Course

3

1st

Globalization

JEAN-MARC F. BLANCHARD

Elective Course

3

1st

History of Chinese Foreign  Relations

Pan Xingming

Required Course

3

 

1st

 

Special Topics: International and Visiting Scholars

 

 

Allen Lynch

(1 Month)

Required Course

 

 

 

3

 

Yu Bin

(1month)

 

2nd

Post Second World War  International Relations

Hou Minyue

Required Course

3

1st

Special Topics: Advanced  Research in International Studies

Group teaching

Elective Course

3

2nd

Political Economy of  Development

Zhang Xin

Elective Course

3

2nd

Chinese Energy Diplomacy

Sun Suyuan

Elective Course

3

1st

Contemporary Chinese  Politics

Zhang Xin

Required Course

3

1st/2nd

American Domestic Politics  and  Foreign Policy

Allen Lynch

Elective Course

3

Welcome to join our International Graduate (MA) Program in Contemporary China Studies!

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