Courses

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Nanjing University
Nanjing, China

Presently, NJU has 43,477 (12,655 undergraduates, 11,030 graduates) and comprises of 21 schools with 59 departments. It runs 78 undergraduate programs, 213 master’s programs, 9 professional master’s programs, 147 Ph.D. programs (under 23 primary disciplines), and 23 post-doctoral research stations. In addition, NJU has one national laboratory and six national key laboratories, 5 key laboratories of the Ministry of Education (MOE), 2 engineering centers of the Ministry of Education, 2 Jiangsu provincial key laboratories, 21 national key disciplines, 24 provincial key disciplines; It also houses 8 national bases for teaching and researching in basic sciences and applied sciences, 3 national bases for basic disciplines education and research, and 4 key bases for researching in humanities and social sciences of MOE.

Among its over 2,000 faculty, there are 716 professors and 649 associate professors , including 27 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, three members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, four members of the Third-World Academy of Sciences, one member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and one fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

In May 2002, NJU celebrated its 100th anniversary and successfully organized the Centennial Ceremony, the World Famous Scientists’ Forum, and Dialogue with Masters attended by more than 25,000 alumni, together with guests from home and abroad (including 6 Nobel Prize laureates, over 120 academicians and around 100 university presidents).

Website: www.nju.edu.cn/EN/

English Language Proficiency Requirements

Applicants to VSE courses offered at Nanjing University are required to fulfill the following English language proficiency requirements set by Nanjing University:

IELTS: 6.0 or above
TOEFL iBT: 70 or above

You should make sure that you met the above requirements before applying. For enquiries, please consult the VSE Coordinator at Nanjing University.




Course Offerings for the semester from January to August 2021

APPLICATION CLOSED

Students must submit an application online before:
December 21, 2020 12:00nn Hong Kong Time (UTC+8)

Home universities must submit the list of endorsed students to VSE Central Office before:
December 22, 2020 12:00nn Hong Kong Time (UTC+8)



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Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentDepartment of Accounting
Course TeacherAsso. Prof. Qingmei Xue
Language of Instruction English
First Day of ClassMar 2, 2021
Last Day of ClassJul 1, 2021
Course ComponentLectureLectureTutorial
Mode of TeachingAsynchronousSynchronousSynchronous
Meeting Time-TBATBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
RestrictionsFor Accounting majors only. Prerequisites: Introduction to financial accounting/financial management
Course Description In generic terms, accounting is merely the science of measurement. In business, it just so happens that accounting methods are used to measure the economic position and the economic performance of a business entity. As business transactions are compiled into financial statements, the statements can be thought of as metrics for (or representations of ) business activity.The course is intended to develop a foundation for thinking about measurement so that students can not only learn the nuts and bolts of accounting but also build an intuition for measurement that allows students to evaluate current measures and develop measures that are both relevant and reliable to decision-makers. This course will cover most of the contents of intermediate financial accounting. The prerequisites are Introduction to Accounting and Financial Management.
Course OutlineEnglish
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Liberal Arts
Course TeacherProf. Wang Ling
Language of Instruction Chinese
First Day of ClassMar 1, 2021
Last Day of ClassJun 20, 2021
Course ComponentLecture/Tutorial/Discussion

Course recordings are available for VSE students.
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeWed 1400-1450 or Wed 1500-1550
Time ZoneUTC+8
RestrictionsUndergraduate
Course Description The course of New Media Reading and Application is divided into two parts: introduction the application of new media and introduction the current social situation of China. Students learn how to use the most common new media social tools in China, such as WeChat, Weibo, Tiktok and Dubbing Show, and experience Chinese pop culture. With the guidance of the teacher, Students read short articles and watch videos, and they are also expected to make presentations about the topics they are interested in by using languange knowledge and new media social tools learned through the class. Thus, students are able to have a better understanding of the present state of China, while improving their ability of reading and communication.
Course OutlineEnglish
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Liberal Arts
Course TeacherProf. Wang Ling
Language of Instruction Chinese
First Day of ClassMar 1, 2021
Last Day of ClassJun 20, 2021
Course ComponentLecture/Tutorial/Discussion

Course recordings are available for VSE students.
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeThu 1000-1050 or Thu 1100-1150
Time ZoneUTC+8
Restrictions-
Course Description New Vision for Chinese Youth is a course that shows Chinese social life from the perspective of contemporary Chinese youth. It mainly focuses on the lives of contemporary Chinese young people, covering basic necessities, food, housing, transportation, popular culture, social culture, consumption styles, entertainment styles, life attitudes, idol worship, values and social hot topics. This course is mainly to train speaking and writing by understanding the life of contemporary Chinese youths. It helps students improve their Chinese expression and writing skills with the teaching philosophy of entertaining. Therefore, in this class, students can improve their Chinese proficiency in interesting topics which reflect the mainstream Chinese culture, while enjoying the fun of learning Chinese and deepening their understanding of China.
Course OutlineEnglish
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Business
Institute for International Students
Course TeacherProf. Shuming Zhao
Asso. Prof. Zhihong Chen
Language of Instruction English
First Day of ClassMar 1, 2021
Last Day of ClassJun 30, 2021
Course ComponentLectureLectureTutorial
Mode of TeachingAsynchronousSynchronousSynchronous
Meeting Time-TBATBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
RestrictionsFor Accounting majors only. Prerequisites: Introduction to financial accounting/financial management
Course Description Combined with the practice of human resource management in enterprises, this course discusses the development trend of human resource management under the background of globalization, summarizes several modes of international human resource management, studies the international human resource management system and international human resource management functions, and introduces the relevant theories and practices of international human resource management in a comprehensive and systematic way.
Course OutlineEnglish



Course enrollment is subject to final approval from your home university and the course offering university. Please contact the APRU VSE Coordinator of your home university for credit transfer information.