• The Italian Renaissance in China: New Research by Chinese Scholars

    Villa I Tatti organized a conference on the Italian Renaissance in China. Over 32 institutions in China were represented.

  • 6th Annual HBS Entrepreneurship Forum

    HBS Alumni Clubs of Shanghai and Beijing organized the 6th Annual Entrepreneurship Forum at Harvard Center Shanghai.

  • Harvard School of Public Health: Partnering with China for a Healthier Future

    A conversation organized by HSPH in collaboration with HCS, Harvard Club of Shanghai and HBS Healthcare Alumni

Welcome to the Harvard Center Shanghai

The Harvard Center Shanghai, opened in March 2010, represents an important step in Harvard's long engagement with China and Asia. Spearheaded by the Harvard Business School and the Harvard China Fund, the Center is built as a resource for Harvard faculty, students, and alumni across all of Harvard’s Schools. In her speech at the reception marking the opening of the Harvard Center Shanghai, President Drew Faust said the Center would play a vital role "as a hub for seminars and executive training with the Business School and Chinese partners; increasing collaboration between Harvard faculty and Chinese universities, organizations, and government; new opportunities for alumni; and expanded support for Harvard students, whose study and internship programs in China seem to be growing exponentially."