China and Globalisation offers an introduction to the causes and consequences of China’s rise from comparative and global perspectives. It equips students with conceptual and research tools for the critical analysis of China’s social and economic trends, enabling understanding of Chinese public policies, business strategies and modes of international cooperation. Ideal for those with career interests related to China.
- Offers students a theoretically informed understanding of contemporary China, focusing on the interactions of political, economic and cultural factors for sustainable development.
- A wide range of optional taught modules drawing on King’s-wide expertise.
- A China-related internship may be undertaken for credit, with expert in-College assistance in seeking suitable opportunities in China or the UK.
- The unrivalled location in the heart of London brings outstanding advantages. Students enjoy excellent academic, social and cultural opportunities and wide-ranging access to library and archival resources.
- We accept students from a wide range of academic backgrounds, and previous knowledge of China and Chinese languages is not necessary.
Vanesa Pesqué-Cela, Lecturer, King’s China Institute
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
Strand Campus; some projects may take place on non-campus locations.
This innovative programme is designed to offer students practical and transferable skills for careers including academic research; entrepreneurship in public services and the private sector, including finance and investment, media and publishing; and leadership roles in international organisations and NGOs.
Year of entry 2013