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The mission of the Chinese Flagship Center is to create global professionals who can function culturally and linguistically in the professional Chinese world.

News & Events

Info Session

The purpose of the our info sessions are to inform students of the great opportunities that the Flagship Program has to offer to each student. Our info sessions are very insightful about the program, are very beneficial in that all of your questions are answered, and are very productive as important dates/events are discussed. In our most recent info session the upcoming application deadline was discussed. This application deadline is quickly approaching. If you missed this info session we are having one more before the application deadline on February 5th at 11:00am in 3112 JKB

Application Deadline

January Newsletter

Chinese Flagship Promo 2015

Overview of Flagship Program

Fall 2015 Discourse Newsletter

Take a look at the Fall 2015 Discourse Newsletter (Issue 17) from The Language Flagship Team.

Featured items include:

  • -Articles about Flagship interns' cultural insights
  • -Bryn Mawr's pairing of The Language Flagship and liberal arts education
  • -The Flagship Leadership Award presented to University of Oklahoma's David Boren -the new Technology Innovation Center hosted by the University of Hawaii at Manoa

To access the Fall 2015 Discourse Newsletter (Issue 17) and past Discourse issues, please visit:

Scholar ship Opportunity for Flagship Students

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Learn More

Learn how you can integrate Chinese with your career goals at our monthly info sessions.

Next Session:

February 5th, 11-12 a.m. Location: TBA

How to Apply

Whatever your major, our nationally recognized program will provide you with the tools you need to succeed in a professional Chinese organization.

Deadline: February 10th, 2016

K-12 outreach

The BYU Chinese Flagship Program is an intense and rewarding language program. It has three phases: Language study at BYU in preparation for a year in China, Direct enrollment in Nanjing University in China, Internship in a Chinese institution in your field of study.