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                                          Safety Is Our First Concern



 U.S. State Department Consular Information
Students are asked to read and comply with precautions and procedures set forth in U.S. State Department Consular Information regarding travel to, in, and around China. For a list of countries deemed as safe and those which are unsafe for travel please visit the U.S. State Department Consular Information site.

                                                       YEHS Safety Guidelines

YEHS places the highest priority on the safety and health of all students.  YEHS safety and health policies are specifically tailored to location and current circumstances. They are also flexible to enable us to adapt quickly to change.  We have an intricate and quick response system set in place for unknown crisis.  

Maximizing Safety
YEHS staff members are well trained for any situation and rely on the following methods to decide whether a program may be offered and operated as planned:

The YEHS study abroad program model has at least two characteristics that have proven important over the years in minimizing safety risks in-country, including street crime, accidents, and exposure to political violence:

Total safety cannot, of course, be guaranteed abroad, just as it cannot be guaranteed in the United States. YEHS is committed to taking the necessary steps to maximize student safety at each and every program site.

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Fortunately, Yunnan is a very safe place with a year-round mild climate.  We have established for enrolled students an emergency contact list.  There will be group meetings during the first few days to acclimate students to the new environment and to inform students of YEHS guidelines and for the class to become acquainted with the city and hospital infrastructure.