The information below is for Winter 2018 and is to be used as a reference only. Updated information for Winter 2019 will be available in late-2018 or early-2019. 

The SJTU Antai Global Summer Program is a three-week-long program focusing on Learning Business and Culture in China.

Participants will gain a deep understanding of the Chinese economy and culture with in-class coursework, company visits, social events and tours. The program offers two tracks for students to choose from: undergraduate track and graduate track. 

Fields of study

  • Business

UQ students are able to participate in the July Session only. 

Credit equivalent

3 SJTU credits = 2 UQ Units. Maximum of 2 UQ Units if 3 SJTU credits are successfully completed (pending UQ faculty approval).

Eligibility and application

All applicants must meet the UQ short-term experience criteria and the SJTU entry requirements. 

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The program fee is approximately $4,700 AUD. More information regarding program fees can be found on the host university website

Applicants may also be eligible for UQ-specific funding.


Accommodation is included as part of the program. More information regarding accommodation can be found on the host university website

BEL Faculty Credit Assessment

Credit must be confirmed with BEL Faculty to check suitability for your program requirements. You should consult with International Mobility Coordinator prior to submitting an application. The credit precedents information on this site is provided as a guide only. Please see Credit Precedents Disclaimer for further details.

Antai Course BEL Credit Assessment

Undergraduate Track

Students who enrolled in Bachelor of Business Management may be eligible for credit towards #2 Unspecified Level 2 BBusMan elective as approved by BEL Faculty
Postgraduate Track Students who enrolled in Master of Business may be eligible for #2 Unspecified Level 7 Master of Business Elective as approved by BEL Faculty

Adam - 2018

The Antai Global Summer School experience opened my eyes to global business and foreign culture. Australia, despite its multiculturalism, is somewhat "hidden" from the rest of the world. Participation in academic, cultural and language sessions as well as company visits, gave me a deeper understanding of China's role in the global economy, and an insight into their culture and people - which is vastly different from Australia. Understanding and appreciating difference, therefore, was my key learning.

Read more of Adam's story here

Harriet - 2018

The professional and personal relationships I built during this period were very valuable and I was able to successfully interact with people from many different cultures with different world views. It truly was, I believe, a good reflection of the work place environment and provided the opportunity to navigate cultural differences. 

Read more of Harriet's story here


Kaveisha Saba - 2018

I chose this experience because it was related to my degree and I also got the insight of China and the advantages and disadvantages of working there in future. I studied various courses in this experience and a few of them were digital marketing and cross cultural communication. I found it relevant to my degree and my favourite aspect of studying abroad was a classroom full of diversified students and having different opinions on different aspects.

Read more of Kaveisha Saba's story here



Key Dates

Application Deadlines

UQ Abroad applications for Winter 2019 will open in December 2018.

Program Dates

Dates listed below are for Winter 2018 and are to be used as a reference only.

Start: 01 July 2018
Finish: 20 July 2018

Fast Facts

Type: Study
Mode: Study Abroad
Location: Shanghai, China
Credit: For-credit or not-for-credit
Cohort: Undergraduate, Postgraduate

UQ Abroad Information Sessions

Students are encouraged to register and attend an information session to receive more details on the short-term application process, eligibility criteria, funding etc.