Crimson Summer Exchange 2010

"Inspiring the Next Generation: Transforming Individuals, Communities and the World"

The Crimson Summer Exchange (CSE) is a cross-cultural educational program that brings Western university students (Fellows) and Chinese youths together in a learning environment intended to bridge cultures.

As one of the most highly regarded summer programs for high school and entering university students in China, CSE has served more than 1500 students over five years. CSE continues to strive to create meaningful cross-cultural dialogue among Fellows and students, to cultivate intellectual curiosity and cultural awareness, and to build new perspectives and lasting friendships.

Supported by an innovative curriculum, the CSE 2010 Fellows will bring their experiences and passions as undergraduate and graduate students at leading world universities to lead and mentor students in Hong Kong SAR and Mainland China.

Crimson Summer Exchange is jointly organized by the Crimson China Cultural Exchange Foundation Limited (CCCEF) and the University of Hong Kong. This year, the program will be offering twenty four Fellowships which include airfare, room and board, and group travel expenses.

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Undergraduate and graduate students from Harvard, Yale, Cambridge, Oxford, Princeton Universities, MIT, and other world-renowned universities are invi......
Program Co-Organizers
The University of Hong Kong
Zhejiang University
Affiliate Institutions:

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

Homerton College
University of Cambridge

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