The ‘rise’ of China over the past three decades raises challenging questions about the relationships between politics and market expansion, international cooperation, business innovations, and cultural and social developments. The course will provide you with the conceptual and research tools to critically understand these relationships from comparative and global perspectives. Our course is designed to provide you with high quality graduate research training for a career related to China. It aims to broaden and deepen your understanding of contemporary China and familiarise you with major research methods currently used in the field of China studies.
Please note module information is indicative and may change from year to year.
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3 hour examination (85%) and participation in weekly seminars (15%)