Established in 1898, Peking University, is the first national comprehensive university in modern China. As China’s leading higher education institution for teaching and research, Peking University enjoys an excellent academic reputation, attracting top scholars and students from China and all over the world. In accordance with its academic brilliance, Peking University continues to expand its collaborative research by developing a global network of partnership through innovative exchange programs with over 260 world renowned institutions in more than 50 countries and regions. She has also hosted many distinguished guests including over 60 state heads, 50 Nobel Laureates and many presidents of prestigious institutions. Their visits reflect Peking University’s international reputation and progress toward establishing itself as a world-class university.
Fall Semester Application Deadline: April 1
Spring Semester Application Deadline: October
Submit the following materials directly to Alyssa Kyff (Building 10, Room 2125) not to the exchange partner or other
Submit the following materials directly to the UNF International Center (Building 58E, Room 2300) not to the exchange partner or other UNF offices:
There are different types of housing facilities for international students at PKU. International Students may live on campus at the Shao Yuan Student Dormitory or Zhongguanyuan Global Village. On-campus dormitory vacancies are limited. You may find off-campus apartment via local rental agents. More information regarding housing can be found here.
The fall semester at Peking University runs from early September to mid-January; the spring semester runs from late February to late June. View PKU's academic calendar here.
Chinese Language Studies Program is open to international students who love Chinese Language and Chinese culture. Students learn Chinese at the PKU School of Chinese as a Second Language as full-time general visiting students.
Students are required to individually obtain the necessary
visa for study abroad prior to departure. Most semester programs are more than
90 days. Students should visit the
U.S. Department of State webpage
links to each country's Embassy. Many visa applications must be made in person
— please plan ahead! For additional visa information and to discuss UNF's
requirement for health insurance coverage, please visit UNF's International
International Students Division
Office of International Relations
Peking University, Beijing, 100871
People's Republic of China
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