Guizhou University has extensive experience in arranging summer school programs.
 
(1) 14 Chinese language classes are arranged in the mornings from Morning to Friday (5 days a week), in subjects such as Intensive Reading, Extensive reading, Listening and Spoken Chinese or according to the studentneeds.
(2) 2 hour lectures are given in the afternoons three days a week on Chinese culture and Guizhou minority peopleculture, such as
Introduction to Guizhou Province
Minorities (Miao, Dong and Buji, etc) Culture in Guizhou Province
Brief introduction to the History of China
Traditional Chinese Music
Chinese Watercolor Painting
Tai ji (a kind of traditional Chinese shadow boxing)
Chinese Martial Arts
Chinese Customs
Calligraphy
(3) 1 hour conversation group (Chinese corner) meeting once a week.
Chinese students are invited to help foreign students practice Chinese and to share cultural experiences.
Total class time: 21 hours per week. Nevertheless, if students have special needs, class hours and curriculum can be arranged through negotiation.
 
The following programs can be offered to the students upon mutual agreement:
(1) Short tours to scenic spots and historical landmarks such as,
Huaxi Park (a natural park, known as the pearl of the plateau with rivers, mountains, trees and flowers);
Qing Yan Town (an ancient town with its cultural heritage of stone gates, old city walls, temples, churches and Zhuang Yuans Home, etc. Zhuang Yuan is the title conferred on the only man who came first in the highest imperial examination in the history of Guizhou);
Qian Ling Park (a natural park with the highest mountain and biggest temple in Guizhou);
Under-ground Park (a typical calcium cave);
Gao Po Miao Village (a village on the top of a high mountain with cave burial grounds, ancient battle fields and the beautiful architecture of traditional Miao peoples houses);
Zheng Shan Village (a Buyi village with stone-roofed houses and colourful Buyi peoples customs);
Sky Pool Park (a natural park with rivers, mountains, caves, water mills and water wheels);
Visiting a local middle school;
Visiting a batik factory (tradition of the ethnic nationalities in Guizhou);
Marketing Day (The farmers from near and far take their products to the market on Sundays. It is the busiest and loveliest day of the week in the Huaxi area);
Picnic in Huaxi Reservoir Park.
(2) Long trips to the most famous scenic spots in Guizhou Province take place on weekends
Huangguoshu Waterfall---Tianxing Bridge Park ---Dragon Palace
The world famous waterfall is 74 meters in height and 81 meters in width. A dozen on-land and under-ground waterfalls form a magnificent waterfall group. Flying waterfalls, Stone forests in the pools are scattered everywhere. The Dragon Palace, a magnificent water cave, is the largest calcium water cave discovered in China.)
Hongfeng Lake
It is 35 km. away from Guiyang city. Visitors are always found lingering about its beautiful mountains, caves and dotted islets. The lake is surrounded by Miao and Dong villages.
Xiangzi Ditch
The workshops of hand-made bamboo paper with traditional skill are located on both sides of the Xiangzi Ditch. Visitors enjoy riding horses along the ditch, inspecting the workshops.
Zhijin Cave
Another big cave with different shapes of beautiful stalactite mouldings, is regarded by experts as one of the most valuable examples of calcium caves in the world.
Zunyi City
It is the second largest city in Guizhou. In January 1935, during the Chinese Red Armys Long March, the world famous Zunyi Meeting was held here, which created a most important page in the history of the Chinese Revolution.
(3) Travel outside the Province also can be arranged.
 
(1) Tuition: US$ 250 per person for a 3-week program.
(2) Lodging:
US$ 10 per day (2 persons) for sharing a two-person dorm room;
US$ 30 per day (2 persons) for twin-share rooms when travels outside the city on weekends.
(3) Food
US$ 5.50 per day for 3 meals in the university canteens or small restaurants near the International Student Guesthouse or the University studentscanteens during weekdays;
US$ 8 per day for 3 meals when traveling outside the city on weekends
(4) Travel: US$ 400 per person for
A. Two short tours to scenic spots or historical relics in Guiyang City
B. Two long trips to the most famous scenic spots in Guizhou Province
C. One long trip to a neighboring province (Such as Yunnan , Guangxi, or Chongqing)
The students also can select travel routs, but fees will depend on the chosen routes.
(5) Management
US$ 25 per person covers all the costs for interpreters and tour guides.
 
The minimum size of the group is 10 persons.
The cost is negotiable according to the number of students, length of study, class hours, rout of trip, and change of market price, etc.
Welcome to Study at Guizhou University!
Guizhou University is your reasonable choice!
 
Address:
Foreign Affairs Department
Guizhou University
Guiyang City, Guizhou Province, China
Post code: 550025
Tele No: 0086-851-3620187, 8292213
Fax No: 0086-851-3621381
Website: http://www.gzu.edu.cn
 
Contact person:Ms. Xie Mingying
Tel: 0086-851-8292749
Email:fa.myxie@gzu.edu.cn
 
Mr. Liu Yu
Tel: 0086-851-8292749
Email:fa.yliu@gzu.edu.cn