Canada Learning Initiative in China (CLIC)

Country: China      City: Various

Overview

The Canada Learning Initiative in China (CLIC) connects Canadian university students with Chinese universities through unique study abroad programs. Participating in a CLIC program is a great way for Canadian students to have innovative and meaningful educational opportunities in China. Through CLIC, the Ministry of Education in China and CLIC Canadian member universities have partnered to cover a variety of costs for Canadian students who desire to study in China.

CLIC is uniquely tailored to meet the needs of Canadian students. CLIC makes learning opportunities in China more accessible, through significant funding options and improved credit transfers. CLIC is not only beneficial to students, but it will also support and improve Canada’s ability to build productive relationships with China, to expand reciprocal trade, and to improve collaboration in business, research, innovation and cultural exchanges.

Canada Learning Initiative in China Website


When can I go?

Summer, Fall, Winter. FUll Year


Eligibility Requirements

Only full time students who are Canadian citizens and attending a CLIC Member university are eligible for CLIC support.

CLIC member universities include the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, Laval University, University de Montréal, University of Ottawa, Queen's University, University of Toronto,  University of Dalhousie, University of British Columbia, University of Saskatchewan. 


Funding & Housing 

The purpose of CLIC is to make study in China highly accessible and valuable. CLIC is specifically designed to address the challenges students face with studying abroad, including the financial burden. Financial support for travel and study in China includes:

  • Travel Scholarship (the amount is determined by your home university)
  • 3000 yuan (≈$600CAN) per month stipend
  • Subsidized accommodations
  • Free medical insurance
  • No application fees at the Chinese university

Note:

  • Only Canadian citizens are eligible for CLIC support
  • If you are already receiving a scholarship from the China Scholarship Council, you will not be eligible to receive CLIC financial support

How to apply

You will need to apply at the same time to:

  1. The Education Abroad Program (Deadlines: November 28, 2018 for internships; January 30, 2019 for exchange programs; March 1, 2019 for summer programs) or your Faculty; AND
  2. The China Scholarship Council (CSC). Deadline: March 6, 2019.

See full details


Eligible Programs

Exchange Programs

University level:

Faculty of Medicine:

  • Zhejiang University, Medical School (short term, special conditions)

School of Business:

  • Chongquing University

  • Fudan University, School of Management

  • Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

  • Tsinghua University - People's Bank of China School of Finance

  • Xi’an Jiaotong University

Short Term Study Abroad Programs

Summer Programs Approved for UAlberta credits

Summer Law

  • Eligible for 6 credits towards electives through Faculty of Law

International Development: Education at East China Normal University

  • Pre-Approved EDPS 3XX (3 credits)

Entrepreneurship at Zhejiang University

  • Pre-Approved for BUEC 3XX (3 credits)

Archaeology at Shandong University

  • Pre-Approved for ANTHRO 2XX (3 credits)

Experiential Health Seminar at Fudan University

  • Pre-Approved for ANTHRO 3XX (3 credits)

Nankai Economic Programs at Nankai University

  • Pre-Approved for both BUEC 3XX and ECON 211 (6 credits)

Harbin Intensive Language program  

  • Chinese 1XX - 4XX (6 credits)

 

Internship Programs

Research internships are available for the UAlberta students, Details here. Please enter the name of the internship you'd like to apply for in your Letter of Intent. Note; Eligible students may need to take EXT 300 in order to qualify for CLIC support. 


Program Contact

Dr. Zhi Jones
Email: zhi.jones@ualberta.ca