3+1 Program of Study

International Collaboration 3+1 Program of Study

3+1 Students

The program is an international collaboration between Nebraska and Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University (NWAFU) in Yangling, China. Students enrolled in the program have the opportunity to learn from faculty in both departments. During the first two years, NWAFU students are taught English in their country. In the third year, Nebraska faculty travel to China to teach those students. In the fourth year, NWAFU students travel to Nebraska to finish up their degrees. Next semester, students from Nebraska’s department will have the opportunity to travel to Yangling. There, they will learn more about their field while being exposed to the Chinese cultures.

Watch 3+1 students talk about their experiences Mediahub 3+1 Channel


UNL faculty and NWAFU faculty meeting at large wooden table.

Faculty from UNL and the Minister Counselor and staff from Embassy of the PRC in the USA meet at the Food Innovation Center.

Dr. Hallen-Adams teaching in China

Dr. Heather Hallen-Adams teaches students at NWAFU.

The Fifth Cohort of the 3+1 Students

The fifth cohort of 3+1 students arrive on campus.