Loyola University Chicago

The Beijing Center

for Chinese Studies

News
  • Upcoming TBC Info Session

    Attention all Loyola Chicago students: There will be a TBC info session March 31 at 4pm in Sullivan 202. Come and learn more about studying abroad in Beijing and have your questions answered!
  • Spring Semester Students in Yunnan

    Students currently studying abroad this spring are half way through their excursion to the province of Yunnan! This excursion features numerous home-stays and opportunities to interact with minority cultures of China.
  • Two TBC Students Receive the Gilman Scholarship!

    Congratulations to Briana Roberts (Loyola Maryland University) and Hannah Patterson (John Carroll University) for receiving the Gilman International Scholarship for the Spring 2015 semester! This award offers U.S. citizen undergraduate students to pursue academic studies abroad and credit-bearing internships abroad.
  • Early Sign Up Discount Extended for TBC Summer Session 2015!

    Submit a completed Summer Session 2015 application by January 15, 2015 and receive a $400 stipend upon arrival in Beijing!
  • Check out this staff interview with Dr. Ping Jing, Instructor of the Summer Environmental Studies course, ChinaGreen!

    Dr. Ping shares a bit about herself as well as the importance of the ChinaGreen program.
  • Now Accepting ChinaGreen 2015 Applications

    Submit a completed application before Dec. 1st and receive a $400 stipend upon arrival in Beijing!
  • Spring 2015 Application Deadline!

    The application deadline for Spring 2015 is quickly approaching! It's not to late to study at TBC in the Spring!
  • You Never Know Who You Might Meet

    TBC alum Louis Gomes recently traveled to Beijing with the President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso and met with the President of China, Xi Jinping.
  • Loyola Chicago Sophomore Supper!

    Hello Ramblers! Join us for dinner and talk about opportunities to study abroad!
  • Travel

    Silk Road Excursion

    Starting in Beijing, students travel on planes, trains, and buses over 2,000 miles to the western reaches of China retracing the ancient Silk Road Trade route.
  • Check out this staff interview with Nick Poche, Dean of Student Development at TBC!

    See what inspired Nick to pursue a career in Student Development and how he wound up at TBC!