Finding study abroad info from behind a firewall

by Cajsa Yang
Master of Communication in Communities and Networks

This project is aimed at helping Chinese citizens who intend to study abroad collect the information they need to succeed, in spite of national Internet blocks. I was especially concerned with helping students obtain academic information. The essence of this dilemma is one of access, a question that has become even more critical in light of the 2017 Chinese government ban on all VPN services.

As a possible solution I created the StudyAbroadEasier website, which serves as both a search engine and consulting platform. The site will be launched in China, so that citizens will have ready access to the information contained within the service.

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