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Beijing Normal University

Beijing Normal University is a comprehensive and research-intensive university, located in Beijing the Chinese capital.  The University has 23,300 full-time students, including 9,500 undergraduates, 12,000 graduates, and 1,800 long-term international students.  The campus has 1 faculty (Faculty of Education), 26 schools and colleges, 2 departments and 43 research institutes (centers).  The library boasts over 4.3 million volumes and some 25,000 GB of digital resources.  Beijing Normal University has always attached importance to international exchange and cooperation.  At present, the university has established cooperative ties with about 300 universities and international organizations from more than 40 countries and regions, and conducted student exchange programs with over 50 universities.

The Law School offers courses in English under the LLM Chinese Law Program.  Foreign students who intend to effectuate a short term stay at BNU for non-degree study can attend the courses of LLM Chinese Law Program.

Applications for a fall start are due to Iowa in March and to BNU by June, and for a spring start are due to Iowa in September and to BNU by December.

Professor Stella Elias is the faculty advisor for this program.

 

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