We offer opportunities for students and faculty to explore Greater China.
In 2008, professors at the Harvard Law School Project on Disability received a faculty grant to support their work in China. With the help of Dr. Fengming Cui, the Project has played an essential role in advancing Chinese disability laws, policies, and education.
Harvard China Student Internship program participant Jeslyn Liu shares her experience interning at a disability rights non-profit.
Harvard China Student Internship program participant Ricardo Skewes shares his experience interning at PwC Shanghai, living in China, and mastering his Mandarin skills.
Harvard Greater China Student Internship Program
Experience modern China through an internship placement. Gain an introduction to Chinese culture. Learn first-hand about life in the workplace.
Professor Michael Szonyi reflects on his first trip back to China in four years.
New Book by Professor William Kirby
In “Empires of Ideas”: Creating the Modern University from Germany to America to China, Professor William C. Kirby, Chairman of the Harvard China Fund, examines the history of higher education, from Germany to the United States and China.
Kirby notes that U.S. universities dominate global rankings today, but also raises an intriguing question: Will China’s innovative educational centers challenge U.S. primacy?