2+2 Joint Degree Program with Beijing Language and Culture University(BLCU)
Two Universities Two Degrees Two Countries in 4 Years
BLCU student will spend the first two years studying at BLCU, and the later 2 years at Webster University to obtain two bachelor degrees from both institutes*.
Students from BLCU will be considered for entry at the beginning of the next intake period after the required entry criteria have been met, providing that all necessary immigration, travel, insurance and other arrangements can be concluded by the student in time for entry no later than the first day of that teaching period or, if later, with the approval of WEBSTER UNIVERSITY.
1. BLCU students who participate in this program will take their courses at BLCU in the first two academic years. WEBSTER UNIVERSITY will grant entry to each BLCU student applying for entry into the third year of appropriate degree programmes in English, TESOL, Media Communication, Communication, Education, International Relations, International Studies who has satisfied the required criteria. The criteria for entry into the degree programmes are set out in the Schedule and may be changed by WEBSTER UNIVERSITY from time to time. The marks/grades accepted for entry will be those reported on the student’s official academic record from BLCU.
2. Entry will be granted with pre-approved credit from previous studies and exemptions from units of study as advised by WEBSTER UNIVERSITY from time to time.
3. Applicants for entry must satisfy the then current and published English Language proficiency requirement at WEBSTER UNIVERSITY, which is an IELTS overall band score of 6.0 or an internet-based TOEFL score of 80 or demonstrate equivalent competency.
4. WEBSTER UNIVERSITY agrees to provide the student up to $12,000 scholarship each year, which shall be used for tuition deduction. Any other fees, charges and expenses the students may pay or incur during their enrolment at WEBSTER UNIVERSITY will be covered by the students themselves.
*Exact time of studying at Webster University depends on students’ language proficiency level and GPA of the first two years.