Choose the right course and get the skills you need to join the next generation of China scholars.
The University of Sydney offers a wide range of options that focus on China as part of your undergraduate or postgraduate studies.
For undergraduate students, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the University of Sydney Law School and the University of Sydney Business School offer disciplines and subjects relating to China.
Postgraduate students can find research, reading and writing support at the China Studies Centre, partake in networking opportunities, and join our comprehensive 'how to' skills series.
Several departments within the University offer units covering China and greater China.
We want to be a second home for all postgraduate students with a research interest in China.
The centre organises a series of events each year to support our research students and create a community of knowledge among students from different disciplines. Our workshops help you prepare for a career after completing a PhD. We tailor events to the specific experience of studying China and encourage you to stay in touch with us so you can participate in event organisation or propose themes for future events.
We provide a range of activities to support research students engaged in China-related research:
A small yet diverse group of PhD students who are working on China share their research and writing experiences. In 2017, the theme was 'Building a Community of Chinese Knowledge: Your PhD Thesis on China'. Please stay tuned for details of the 2018 retreat.
These workshops will help you decide how best to complete your dissertation on China. This series will explore the essential knowledge and skills required for PhD thesis writing and help you develop practical and personalised strategies to cope with common writing challenges, improve your writing productivity and quality, and enhance your ability to communicate your research ideas with others.
In our reading groups, you can discuss literature across a number of disciplines in the study of China. If you would like to suggest a topic or a reading, please get in touch with us. In early 2018, we will post information on how to join a reading group.
In this series of graduate student skills and research development workshops, we discuss a range of issues that concern China researchers. In 2017, we held the following 'How to' events:
If you want to organise a workshop or seminar, we'd be very happy to support you. Contact us to start collaborating with the centre: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a student engaged in China-related research or simply interested in learning more about China? Would you like to learn from experienced scholars in China-related fields at our student events? Do you want to meet with other like-minded students who are also working on China and learn how they are dealing with similar challenges?
If your answers are yes, become a student member of the China Studies Centre and be the first to receive the latest news, updates, information about special events and access to networking, grant and job opportunities.