U.S.-China Institute

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Bryant and China

The U.S.-China Institute at Bryant University forges academic, business, and cultural partnerships between Bryant University and higher learning institutions, business enterprises, and governmental offices in China.

Established in March 2005, the U.S.-China Institute provides students and faculty with broad global resources and experiences and offers China-related services to businesses and communities. The Confucius Institute was established in October 2006 to further promote U.S.-China exchanges for K-12 schools and communities in New England.

The U.S. – China Institute at Bryant University is committed to building connections that span the globe, to fostering an environment that expands the world of opportunities and to contributing to the broad global perspectives on campus and in the community.

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Bryant Zhuhai Campus

In partnership with Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai, Bryant University established Bryant Zhuhai in 2015 as the only U.S.-China joint 4-year undergraduate business degree program in China. The academic program at Bryant Zhuhai mirrors the vigor and quality of Bryant's nationally recognized curriculum. Students can choose to study 4 years in Zhuhai or 2 years in Zhuhai and 2 years in Smithfield campus.

Bryant Zhuhai Campus

Bryant Zhuhai campus

Noteworthy

Commencement services at Bryant Zhuhai

Historic First Commencement at Bryant Zhuhai

On June 8, 2019, in Zhuhai, China, Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley awarded Bryant Zhuhai’s historic first graduating class of 130 students with a Bryant Bachelor of Science in Business degree with a major in Accounting.

Mid Autumn Festival Opening Ceremony 2019

Global Cultures face to Face

Created for Bryant’s Mid-Autumn Festival, the exhibit highlighted discoveries from the Sanxingdui archaeological site in Sichuan. The role of masks, across different cultures and civilizations, was on display along with replica bronze artifacts representing the 12th and 11th centuries BCE. The exhibit remained open to the public from October 1 – 5, 2019.