Summer Program Sessions

On-site / Online

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G-MEO Summer Program

G-MEO’s Summer Sessions allow US college students and international students to take courses, meet their academic goals, and experience a dynamic culture. With both on-site and online options, students can not only earn additional credits, but also deepen their interest and knowledge of the Chinese language and culture by participating in exciting cultural and professional development activities

Session I / Online Session

  • Student Arrival: May or June 2022
  • On-site Orientation: June 2022
  • Program Dates: June 12 – July 15, 2022 (5 weeks)
  • Departure: July 2022
  • Click Here to View G-MEO Shanghai Program

Session II / Online Session

  • Student Arrival: June - July 2022
  • On-site Orientation: July 2022
  • Program Dates: July 17 – August 13, 2022 (4 weeks)
  • Departure: August 2022
  • Click Here to View G-MEO Shanghai Program

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Academic & Fields of Study

In Summer session I, students will enroll in 1 to 3 courses during the 5 weeks of the program. In Summer Session II, students will be able to enroll in 1 to 2 courses during the 4-week program.

Courses are available in Business, Economics, Marketing, Psychology, Philosophy, Science, Chinese Language, Math, Technology and Culture Studies.


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Subject AreaCourse NameCourse CodeCredits
Business & Economics Introduction to Financial AccountingACCT 20213
Introduction to Managerial AccountingACCT 20223
Intermediate Financial Accounting IACCT 32413
Introduction to MacroeconomicsECON 21023
Introduction to MicroeconomicsECON 20013
Fundamentals of International BusinessIBUS 32013
Principles of MarketingMKTG 21203
Principles of Financial AnalysisFIN 32503
Social Sciences & HumanitiesUnited States History IHIST 11143
World Food and CultureHUMN 22053
Music and CultureINTER 20253
Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL 11023
Introduction to SociologySOCI 12013
Ameircan Government and PoliticsGOVT 10003
Modern Chinese Culture and SocietyLANG 33323
Professional DevelopmentUNIV 20063
World History since 1500HIST 12153
Fundamentals of Music TheoryMUSIC 22213
MathematicsApplied Statistics IMATH 23373
Calculus IIMATH 22024
Calculus IIlMATH 22034
Differential EquationsMATH 22104
Linear AlgebraMATH 32203
Probability and Statistics IMATH 32374
Natural Science & TechnologyPrinciples of Modern BiologyBIOL 10013
Climate Change BiologyBIOL 11084
General ChemistryCHEM 10213
General PhysicsPHYS 21013
Introduction to Computer ProgrammingCSCI 12053
Data StructuresCSCI 22323
Intro to Computer ScienceCSCI 22153
Language StudiesTechnical CommunicationsENGR 22104
Oral and Written ReportENGL 22073
Public SpeakingSPCH 11553
Basic Chinese For Business Purpose (Elementary Chinese I)CHIN 10093
Intermediate Chinese ICHIN 21033
Advanced Chinese ILANG 33373
Literature &CompositionENGL 11113

*G-MEO reserves the right to cancel or adjust the course offering depending on student enrollment.




David Chang

Dr. David C. Chang was named the ninth President of New York Polytechnic University (now known as NYU Tandon School of Engineering) on July 1, 1994, and was appointed Chancellor in July 2005. In addition to being a full professor at his home institution, Dr. Chang also holds honorary professorships at five major universities in China.

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Contact G-MEO

  • NY Office Phone: 646-216-2186
  • Email:
  • Address: 260 Madison Ave. Suite 8046
    New York, NY 10016
  • Chengdu American Center Phone+86 (028) 8550 2761
  • Address: No.17, Section 13, Ren Min South Road, Chengdu, China 610044
  • (Search on Baidu Maps, or search Chengdu American Center directly on Google Maps due to Google search restriction in China)


Chengdu American Center in Chengdu, China

2022 G-MEO Summer Program Session I will be held in the Chengdu American Center in Chengdu city. Chengdu has a population of over 14 million and is a booming economic center. China's "Go West" policy aims to build Chengdu into a financial and cultural center on par with Beijing and Shanghai. It abounds with urban energy and entrepreneurial dynamism; its new subway system opened in 2010. Yet with a balmy, sub-tropical climate and a slower pace than Beijing or Shanghai, Chengdu is known for its quality of life. It is famous for its world-class cuisine, leisurely tea houses, local opera, and historic temples. G-MEO summer program students can not only meet their academic goals but also enjoy the reputable Chengdu culture and lifestyle.

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