Summer Program in Chinese Law

Last Updated by October 16, 2014

Shanghai Lujiazui Finance and Trade Development Zone


2015 Summer Program in Chinese Law

Program One: Monday June 1 - Friday June 12, 2015

Program Two: Monday June 15 - Friday June 26, 2015

Program Three: Monday July 6 - Friday July 17, 2015




The Summer Program in Chinese Law provides an overview of the Chinese legal system with a focus on Chinese civil and commercial law. The 2014 program offers the following courses (subject to change based on availability):

Chinese Administrative Law
Chinese Constitutional Law
Chinese Contract Law 
Chinese Company Law
Chinese Competition Law
Chinese Financial Law
Chinese Foreign Trade Law
Chinese Foreign Investment Law
Chinese Human Rights and Labor Issues
Chinese Intellectual Property Law
Chinese International Commercial Arbitration
Chinese Legal Culture
Chinese Law and Chinese Society
Chinese Tort Law  
The program will be held in Shanghai Jiao Tong University Xuhui Campus, located in downtown Xujiahui commercial center. In addition to classroom instruction and discussions, participants will visit a number of legal institutions in Shanghai, including people's court, CIETAC-Shanghai or Shanghai Arbitration Commission, Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and the Shanghai offices of foreign and Chinese law firms. The program also include sightseeing trips to major cultural attractions in and around Shanghai, such as the Xitang Historic Town and the Oriental Pearl Tower. Please note that the courses and field trips are subject to determination and adjustment by KoGuan Law School.
The total amount of the program fee for the two-week Summer Program in Chinese Law is RMB 12,000, which covers tuition, room, breakfast, tours, opening reception and closing banquet.
Applicants who apply before February 1 will get 15% program fee discount and students from KoGuan partner schools will get fee discount according to the agreements between the two schools.
For the summer programs in 2015, the deadline of 1st Session is March 10; the deadline of 2nd Session is March 25; the deadline of July Session is May 1. Applications must be received on or before this date.To apply to the 2015 summer programs, applicants must complete the following application materials:
1. Application Form; (word)
2. One letter of recommendation;  
3. One copy of English fluency certificate (for non-native speakers);  
4. Resume;
5. One legible photocopy of the first page of your passport;
6. Emergency contact numbers;
7. A non-refundable application fee of RMB400
Interested applicants may contact International Programs Office at with informal inquiries prior to application. Please make sure that all the documents are sent to International Programs Office.
The application fee is nonrefundable and will not be credited to the summer program fees in the event of acceptance. The application fee shall be made by wireless transfer to:
Funds Transfer (Overseas)
Account Name
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Account number
Grand-Gateway Sub-Branch, Shanghai Branch, Bank of China
Bank Address
Swift Code
Post Code
From: your full name and country name
Payment for Summer Program application fee or tuition
To: International Programs Office, KoGuan Law School
Funds Transfer (Mainland China)
账户名称(Account Name
上海交通大学(Shanghai Jiao Tong University
银行账号(Account number
中国银行上海市交通大学支行(Grand-Gateway Sub-Branch, Shanghai Branch, Bank of China
Post Code
From: your full name and country name
Payment for Summer Program application fee or tuition
To: International Programs Office, KoGuan Law School
Please send us the receipt of your payment in your application packet or by email (scanned photocopy):
Phone: +86 21 62934433
Please make sure that in addition to application fee, it is your responsibility to pay transaction fee.
Please note that the two sessions are separate sessions and not linked to each other. For more information, please contact the International Programs Office at

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International Programs Office
800 Dongchuan Road
Minhang District, Shanghai 200240
People's Republic of China
Tel: (+86 21) 3420 5997
Fax: (+86 21) 3420 5997