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Masters Courses

The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) is offering a Master's course. The course will be delivered in person and is available to all ANU Masters' students.

CIW will organise opportunities for on-campus students to interact with lecturers and tutors, including regular office hours and ‘CIW student days’.

For other activities on China held at the centre please consult the CIW website. Students are welcome and encouraged to participate in seminars, film screenings and other social activities organised at the Centre.

ASIA8514 China: Wealth and Power

During the last four decades, China has undergone a dramatic process of 'economic reform and opening up' under the political leadership of the Communist Party of China. The combination of economic reform and political stability has generated rates of economic growth unprecedented in world history, triggering profound economic and social change within China and substantially altering China's role in an increasingly globalised world.

This graduate course will be offered in First Semester and will be convened by Jane Golley.

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Course Enrolment

For information on how to enrol for the course please refer to the ANU Enrolment page.

Updated:  24 October 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, China in the World /Page Contact:  China in the World