9 November Celebrate International Education Week - November 14 - 18, 2016 November 9, 2016By Monika Byrd General international education week, student success, blog, international study 0 Tweet Take advantage of a truly international experience without leaving home in a webinar with the Beijing Language and Culture University. International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education to highlight the importance of preparation for a global environment. We invite you to learn about and celebrate the benefits of international education in a webinar November 17 featuring one of Phi Theta Kappa’s International Honors Certificates Program partners, the Beijing Language and Culture University. Phi Theta Kappa’s International Honors Certificates help prepare students to reach personal and professional goals in a global environment. The world is interconnected and skills to work in multi-cultural contexts are vital. As a major economy, China has great impact across the world in many ways, and the chances are good that you will encounter people, participate in business, or engage with issues connected to China. Understanding of China and Chinese culture can enhance your success. Join us for the webinar and meet faculty from the Beijing Language and Culture University, participating live from Beijing, and learn about the International Honors Certificate in Contemporary China and Chinese Culture they designed. Webinar details: “IHC University Partner: Beijing Language & Culture University” Register Here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/491aa162f5a4be184ac87b605f06faf5 When: Thursday, November 17, at 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Central Who Should Attend: Anyone interested in learning more about the International Honors Certificate program and the Contemporary China and Chinese Culture course – we will provide an overview of the International Honors Certificate program and of the Contemporary China and Chinese Culture course Anyone currently enrolled in the International Honors Certificate course “Contemporary China and Chinese Culture” – we will have an opportunity for you to share your experience in the course with faculty in Beijing and ask questions Objectives: Provide an introduction to the International Honors Certificates (IHC) program Provide an overview of one of the IHC courses, Contemporary China and Chinese Culture Learn about the student experience in the course from individuals who have completed or are currently enrolled Q & A with faculty of the Beijing Language and Culture University who designed the IHC Related Posts 37 Seek 2016-17 International Officer Positions Meet the 2016-2017 International Officers Meet Your 2016-2017 International Officers Meet the NerdNation 2016 Featured Speakers An Insider’s Look at Running for International Office Wrapping Up the 2016 Honors Institute Comments are closed.