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Introduction of BFSU
Founded in 1941, Beijing Foreign Studies University is the first of its kind offering foreign languages. Under the direct management of the State Ministry of Education, it’s also one of the “985” program members as well as the first “211” program members, with a profound history and offering the most language programs and perfect multi-level teaching system.
BFSU started its recruitment of overseas students Since 1950s, and it has established cooperation and exchange programs with 398 HEIs and research institutions of 72 countries and regions. Seventeen overseas Confucius College in 14 countries in Asia, Europe and America are founded with the help of BFSU.
As an important base to cultivate talents of diplomacy, trade, finance, translation, journalism, law and literature, BFSU has enjoyed significant achievements in terms of teaching and research. Among our alumni, there’re more than 400 ambassadors and almost 1000 counselors, which wins BFSU the reputation of the cradle of diplomats.
 
School of International Relations and Diplomacy
Introduction
School of International Relations and Diplomacy includes the Diplomacy Department, the International Issues Research Institute, the Journal of International Forum and four research centers (the Public Diplomacy Research Center, the Social Gender Studies and Global Issues Research Center, the UN and International Organizations Research Center and the East-west Relations Research Center), representing one of the bases for cultivating diplomatic talents, an academic authority in international studies and the think tank for making foreign policies.
Faculty
Currently there’re 25 teachers in School of International Relations and Diplomacy, including five professors, 11 associate professors and researchers, and two foreign experts. More than 95% of them have got PhDs, and at least 50% have one year and above overseas experiences.
The Honorary Dean is Li Zhaoxing, the former foreign minister of China.
Professor Li Yonghui (PhD supervisor), Dean of School of International Relations and Diplomacy, is also the executive director of Public Diplomacy Research Center, the American- Chinese Institute, United Nations Association of China, and the HEI International Politics Seminar, the member of China National Association for International Studies and the academic council of Beijing Foreign Affairs and Communications Research Base, vise president of Beijing HEI International Politics Seminar, and the contributing researcher of Hong Kong Tianda Institute.
Advantages
Four curricula education levels including Bachelor, Double BA, Master and Doctor.
Master’s degree of politics(first level discipline) is granted, and five second level disciplines are included, which are Chinese and Foreign Political System, International Relations, International Politics, Diplomacy, and Public Diplomacy.
The only institute that arranged a master’s program of a second level discipline of public diplomacy on its own.
The first institute that established diplomacy department in China and developed it into a distinctive specialty at state level.
Advanced research on Chinese Issues, Big Power Relations and Diplomacy, State and Regional Diplomacy, Public Diplomacy, UN and International Organizations, etc.
A multilevel interdisciplinary teaching system based on practice with advantages in cultivating interdisciplinary and bilingual talents in fields of diplomacy and foreign affairs.
Resources and cooperation with overseas institutes
We have many intern bases such as Xinhua Press, Chinese Football Association, Chinese Council for the Promotion of International Trade, UN Associations of China, Beijing Foreign Affairs Office, Davos Forum, China News Service, Beijing Association for Science and Technology Commission. The BFSU-CCPIT base was awarded Beijing off-school talents cultivation base.
We also cooperate with many foreign HEIs and research institutes in students cultivation academic exchange including Denver University, American University, West-East Center of Hawaii University, Waseda University, Niigata University, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Nanyang Technological University, Tel Aviv University, the University of Melbourne, and Macquarie University.
 
 
Students Recruitment Brochure
Bachelor Degree for Program of Diplomacy Taught in Chinese
Beijing Foreign Studies University
1.     Application Requirements  
1)   Applicants must have non-Chinese nationalities;
2)   Applicants must possess or are set to have Senior High School degree or above
3)   Applicants shall have passed the HSK, or have got a IELTS score
2.   Degree Conferring College and Program
Program of Diplomacy, School of International Relations and Diplomacy (SIRD) of Beijing Foreign Studies University
3.     Application Procedure  
Please finish the online application of Beijing Foreign Studies University with submission of documents at http://study.bfsu.edu.cn/, with a payment of 800 RMB, and also send all the electronic application documents to qiao_xu@yeah.net
Admission deadline in Autumn: June 30th; Admission deadline in Spring: February 20th.
4.   Tuition Fee and Scholarship:
1)   The application fee of 800.00RMB; The total study term last for four years with an annual tuition fee of 26,000.00RMB.
2)   Students with Chinese Government Scholarship are also admitted (please apply at http://www.csc.edu.cn)
3)   SIRD provides the Scholarship for Countries along the “Belt and Road Initiative” for 21 students in total. (Attachment 2: Instruction for the Scholarship)
4)   SIRD can provide Scholarship of the School of International Relations and Diplomacy for 10 students with outstanding academic results.
5.     For More Information
Tel:(010 8881-7822   01013811682116   Emailqiao_xu@yeah.net
Detailed Criteria for Bachelor Degree Program in Diplomacy Taught in Chinese
 
Target students of this program will be the non-Chinese nationals with senior high school education, Basic English and Chinese skill, and interested in diplomacy, politics, international relations, China foreign relations and Chinese culture.
The program offers an excellent faculty to cultivate students' international perspective and train them with solid professional basics, bilingual skills, strong social practice capabilities, excellent intercultural communication skills and enhancedoverall qualities.
This program is a four-year, full-time program, and starts in Spring or Autumn. The teaching language will mainly be Chinese, along with English. After the student get all the requiredcredits, finish the thesis and pass the oral defense, he will be conferred the bachelor degree by Beijing Foreign Studies University.
 
Introduction of School of International Relations and Diplomacy:
The School of International Relations and Diplomacy (SIRD) of Beijing Foreign Studies University has both teaching and research institutes, such as the Department of Diplomacy, Department of International Politics, Department of Politics and Administration, Institute of International Issues, Editorial Office of the International Forum, Center of Public Diplomacy, Center of Social Gender and Global Issues, Center of East-West Relations, Center of UN and International Organizations. It is one of the training bases for diplomatic professionals, an academic center for international issue studies, as well as a think-tank for foreign policy consultation.
 
Our Advantages:
We have four education levels: Bachelor’s Degree, , Master’s Degree, and Doctor’s Degree;
We are the only one institution to confer MA degree in Public Diplomacy.
Our Program of Diplomacy is the first in the country to win the national level program award.
We have advantages in research and studies on China, relations and diplomacy of major powers, diplomacy of countries and regions, public diplomacy, research on UN and international organizations.
We have advantages in creating a multi-level interdisciplinary teaching system to train diplomatic professionals who are inter-disciplinary with dual-foreign language capabilities.
 
Program Details
Program of Diplomacy (attachment 1: Course Structure)
Four - year curriculum
Tuition fee: 26,000.00 RMB per year
Application fee: 800.00 RMB
School begins in Autumn, or Spring (late enrollment)
The students need to have an academic level above senior high school and a Chinese language skill which equals; or with a qualified IELTS score.
Student not meeting the HSK3 requirements need to attend a Chinese class for a semester, before the students can start the program courses (which means can graduate in 4.5--5 years.)
 
Features of the Program:
Chances to have social practice in order to know Chinese culture, experience multi-culture studies, and  have a deep knowledge of China
Lectures given by Ambassadors of China to other countries, or forum given by experts and scholars.
Chinese Ambassadors and government officials in certain areas, experts or scholars invited to have exchanges with our students on the Chinese social and economic issues as well as policy making orientation of the Chinese government.
Professional Chinese language learning courses
Studying with Chinese students in the same class which will help the foreign students with their Chinese language learning
Course mainly taught in Chinese, along with courses taught in English
You can learn a double degree: Major in English, Major in international finance, major in Law
Each student is equipped with a tutor, also can choose Chinese language partner
 
Documents for Application
Application form for foreign students learning in China
Letter of Undertaking (better provided by people who are in China)
Copy of Passport, 3 photos of 2-inch size
The latest certificate for education background or transcript (copy)
Copy of certificates for Chinese language level, such as HSK
Registration  and log-in at http://study.bfsu.edu.cn/ to submit all the application documents
 
Contact Information
Tel:(010 8881-7822   01013811682116   Emailqiao_xu@yeah.net
AddressForeign Students Program Office, No. 1138, School of International Relations and Diplomacy, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Haidian District, Beijing 
Attachment 1: Course Structure
 
Course Structure of Undergraduate Foreign Students
School of International Relations and Diplomacy
University-wide Optional Courses
Credit
Time
Hours
Student must finish 8 optional course credits, among which Psychology is compulsory, and others can be chosen from five modules including Chinese culture, foreign culture, philosophy and methodology, math and nature, and language skills.
Total: 8 credit
Language Skill Course
Credit
Time
Year 1 (Semester1, 2)
Students must finish the language skill course to get 12 credit
 
Program Compulsory Course
Credit
Time
Hours
History of Modern International Relations
2
Year 1(S1)
2
International Politics
3
Year 1(S1)
3
International Relations after WWII
2
Year 1(S2)
2
Theories of Political Science
2
Year 1(S2)
2
Diplomacy of Modern China
2
Year 1(S2)
2
Chinese Newspapers Reading (1)
3
Year 1(S2)
3
Introduction of Diplomacy
2
Year 2(S1)
2
International Relations Theory in Western Countries
2
Year 2(S1)
2
International Law
3
Year 2(S1)
3
Chinese Newspapers Reading (2)
3
Year 2(S1)
3
Academic Writing (1)
3
Year 2(S1)
2
Political System of Western Countries
2
Year 2(S1)
2
Academic Writing (2)
3
Year 2(S2)
2
Practical Diplomacy of China
2
Year 2(S2)
2
Introduction of the World Economy
2
Year 2(S2)
2
The Modern Chinese Government and Politics
2
Year 2(S2)
2
Administration of Foreign Affairs
2
Year 2(S2)
2
International Organizations
2
Year 3(S1)
2
International Political Economy
2
Year 3(S1)
2
Practices in Foreign Affairs Translations
2
Year 3(S1)
2
¯Classic Literatures of International Relations
2
Year 3(S2)
2
Thesis Writing and Methodology
2
Year 4(S1)
2
Analysis of Diplomatic Decisions
2
Year 4(S1)
2
Art of Negotiations
2
Year 4(S1)
2
Total: 54 credit
 
Program Optional Courses
Credit
Time
Hours
History of Western Political Thoughts
2
Year 3(S1)
2
Statistics
2
Year 3(S2)
2
Diplomatic Etiquette
2
Year 2(S2)
2
Culture and International Relations
2
Year 2(S2
2
Consular Affairs
2
Year 3(S1)
2
Foreign Policy of the United States
2
Year 3(S1)
2
Politics and Diplomacy of Europe
2
Year 3(S1)
2
International Finance
2
Year 3(S2)
2
International Trade Law
2
Year 3(S2)
2
Comparative Politics and Culture
2
Year 3(S2)
2
Economic Diplomacy
2
Year 4(S1)
2
¯Comparative Foreign Policy
2
Year 4(S1)
2
¯Comparative Government and Politics
2
Year 4(S2)
2
¯ Arms Control and Nonproliferation
2
Year 4(S2)
2
P Contemporary Chinese Politics and Social Hot Issues
2
Spring Semester
2
O Reform and Opening Up and China's Diplomacy
2
Autumn Semester
2
The Present International Relations and Issues
2
Autumn Semester
2
International Relations under the Perspective of Civilization
2
Autumn Semester
2
Feminist International Relations
2
Spring Semester
2
TotalStudent need to finish 13 courses to get 26 credits
NotesBilingual     ¯English    POnly for Foreign Students  For all students
Arrangement for Practical Courses
Credit
Social Practice and Research
2
Internship
2
Thesis
4
Total: 8 Credits
Total: 108 Credits
Notes: students should get their Chinese language level to HSK5 before graduation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Attachment2: Introduction of the “Belt and Road Initiative” Scholarship
There are three levels of scholarship:
5 full scholarship awards: 26,000 RMB per year
5 half scholarship awards: 13,000 RMB per year
11 scholarship awards for excellence: 5,000 RMB per year
Scholarship awards are decided based on the academic results of students for the previous year.
Not more than four years
List of the 64 countries alongside the “Belt and Road Initiative”:
1. ELEVEN Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Timor-Leste
2. SEVEN South Asian countries: Nepal, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives
3. SIX Central Asian countries: Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan
4. EIGHTEEN Western Asian countries: Iran, Iraq, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Yemen, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Lebanon
5. SIXTEEN Central and Eastern European countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia
6. FOUR countries of the Commonwealth of the Independent States (CIS): Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova
7. Mongolia, Egypt