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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

Chinese Delegation

February 21st, 2018
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
JKB 3122
Flagship students invited

Performance by Wu Man and the Huayin Shadow Puppet Band

March 1, 7:30 pm
Madsen Recital Hall –HFAC
Tickets can be purchased at the link below.

Chinese Flagship Info Session

Chinese Flagship Info Session on February 28, from 12:00 noon at JKB 3122 to review program requirements, benefits and funding with prospective students.

Enroll in Internship Prep Training, HCOLL 396R

Chinese Business Ethics Event on February 15th at UVU

Chinese New Year Celebration

February 16, from 6-9 p.m. Garden Court in the Wilkinson Center.

Applications for the Chinese Flagship Program are due March 5th

Culture Class - March 13th from 5-6:40 p.m. in JKB 3122

Boyd Furner and Jenny Chang, Flagship alumni, will present the value of the domestic and overseas programs discussing roommate situations, internship experience, cultural differences, etc. to all Advanced Flagship students.


Freeman Asia Scholarship
Summer - March 14th, 2018
Fall - April 11th, 2018

Benjamin Gilman Scholarship
Summer/Fall - March 6th, 2018
--- Meet Gilman Alumni Webinar (2/26/18)



Congratulations to Dunn (John) Westhoff and Joseph Anderson for each receiving the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship for their upcoming Flagship studies in China.

Dunn (John) Westhoff

Joseph Anderson

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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: March 5th, 2018

Learn More

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

Next Session:

February 28, from 12:00 noon at JKB 3122

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.