Stanford in Hong Kong: Celebration Dinner for Bing Overseas Studies Program Hong Kong

The Stanford Club of Hong Kong is delighted to celebrate the launch of Stanford’s Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) in Hong Kong.

Starting Autumn 2019 in partnership with The Chinese University of Hong Kong, for the first time, Stanford undergraduates will be able to study abroad in Hong Kong for a full academic quarter.

While the new program will take place in Hong Kong, BOSP will incorporate regional opportunities for students that will enable them to spend time in mainland China and pursue academic, cultural, and internship opportunities in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.

Join Senior Vice Provost Harry Elam, BOSP Faculty Director Ramón Saldívar and Executive Director Shawna Knauff to celebrate and learn more about this inaugural program in Hong Kong.


Events Details

Date: Thursday, 4 October 2018

Time: 7:00 pm (registration and networking start at 6:30 pm)

Venue: China Club, 13/F, The Old Bank of China Building, Bank Street, Central

Cost: Inclusive of dinner. $150 for Stanford alumni, students and parents | $250 for friends of Stanford

RSVP: Required. Please email Andrew Kwan at


About BOSP and our Honored Guests

The Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) is Stanford’s overseas studies program. Over half of Stanford students choose to study abroad, carrying on a tradition that began in 1958.

The program spans a diverse set of cities such as Florence, Kyoto, Paris, Santiago and soon Hong Kong, offering opportunities for students to experience the world beyond campus.

Professor Harry J. Elam, Jr. is the Senior Vice Provost for Education, Vice President for the Arts, Freeman-Thornton Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, and Olive H. Palmer Professor in the Humanities at Stanford University.

Professor Ramón Saldívar is the Burke Family Director of BOSP, Hoagland Family Professor of Humanities & Sciences, Bass University Fellow in Undergraduate Education, Professor of English & Comparative Literature and Professor, by courtesy, of Iberian & Latin American Cultures at Stanford University.

Ms. Shawna Knauff is Associate Vice Provost and Executive Director of BOSP at Stanford University.

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