More than 250,000 Chinese students study in the U.S. each year, and many more that are looking for opportunities to do so.
We help build partnership programs between U.S. and Chinese higher educational institutions to be at the forefront of global education.


Developing quality partnerships

Cultural Guidance

ChinaAccess can assist with specialized knowledge of how to pursue a working partnership with Chinese universities. We bring deep knowledge of the education system and cultural sensitivity to our communication between institutions. The translation of all materials will be professional and accurate.


Experience with what works

In over 15 years, ChinaAccess has built several successful academic programs between Chinese and U.S. universities, with well over 2000 students and a retention rate of approximately 98%.


Potential for future partnerships 

Our vast network of academic institutions ensures a good match between the U.S. and Chinese partner institutions. We set up meetings and pinpoint strategic opportunities for a collaborative experience for both parties.


Building program structure

Process Guidance and Assistance

During negotiations, we help every step of the way to sign a contract based on both partners' goals, desired outcomes, and resources. We will then prepare the application to obtain needed government approvals, permits and licenses.


CURRICULUM and structure

The curriculum and the structure of the program varies with the collaboration between partner universities. Normally, students complete part of their studies at the Chinese partner school and the balance at the U.S. partner school. Degrees may be granted by one or both schools.



We offer the opportunity to students to continue their studies beyond the program at the U.S. institution. Many Chinese students are eager to earn a U.S. Bachelor's or Master's degree after studying with the program. See the 3+1+1 program example at Clark University.


Management and growth

Continued communication

Over the course of the program, we work closely to provide support to both the institutions and students. Through constant communication and monitoring, the program can be responsive to needs and feedback that arise.


assess growth opportunities

Because of our unique support and involvement, we can help to identify growth opportunities of the program as it evolves. Our experience so far has shown that programs continue to expand as more students learn about the opportunities to study abroad.


following up on former students

Often, students who have completed the program are enthusiastic to continue their studies in the U.S at the partner institution. By providing the opportunity for qualified students to enroll, the mutually beneficial relationship continues beyond the program.