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International Exchange

Study Abroad Program for Universities in Asian Countries

We accept several students from the following universities for one year / one semester every year.

Taiwan Chinese Culture University Mid-term:One semester
Long-term:One year
Fu Jen Catholic University
National Kaohsiung University
of Science and Technology
National University of Kaohsiung
Providence University
Soochow University
South Korea Seoul Women’s University Long-term:One year starting
from Spring semester
Sungshin University Mid-term :One semester
Long-term:One year
Philippines Ateneo de Manila University Mid-term:One semester
Long-term:One year
De La Salle University
University of the Philippines Diliman
Vietnam Foreign Trade University Mid-term:One semester
Long-term:One year
University of Languages and International Studies
- Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Thailand Thammasat University Mid-term:One semester
Long-term:One year
Chulalongkorn University
Malaysia University of Malaya Mid-term:One semester
Long-term:One year



Messages from participating students

Here you can find several messages from participating students this year.
Students' Messages

Taiwan

Chinese Culture University

中国文化大学

Chinese Culture University
Chinese Culture University (CCU) is a private university founded in 1962 in Taipei. CCU proactively established departments of foreign languages since its foundation was based on languages as the base for cultural exchange. The main campus of CCU is located in a well-known National Park and about a 40-minute-drive from downtown Taipei, and is dominated by Chinese style buildings. There is a shuttle bus service for students from the campus to Taipei which gives easy access to the middle of Taipei.

Fu Jen Catholic University

輔仁大学

Fu Jen Catholic University
Fu Jen Catholic University (FJCU) is a comprehensive, pontifical university in New Taipei City next to Taipei, which predecessor school was founded by the American Benedictines at the request of Pope Pius XI and Pope John XXIII in 1925.
FJCU comprises 11 colleges (Liberal Arts, Arts, Medicine, Communication, Education, Foreign Languages, Human Ecology, Social Sciences, and Management, etc.) with a student body of 26,000 students (including 4,000 postgraduate students). FJCU has a reputation especially for language education and is highly evaluated as one of the most competitive private universities in Taiwan.

National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology

>高雄科技大学

National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology
National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (NKUST) is a national university founded in 1998 in Kaohsiung in southern Taiwan. NKUST is basically a science and technology university, but it has a college of Foreign Languages including English, Japanese and German. NKUST, as the first "entrepreneurial university" in Taiwan, aims to enhance the overall competitiveness and entrepreneurial ability of students in the professional fields.

National University of Kaohsiung

高雄大学

National University of Kaohsiung
National University of Kaohsiung (NUK) is a national university founded in 2000 in Kaohsiung to assist Kaohsiung's small-and medium-sized industries by training professionals in the area of technology and management. An unusual feature of the campus is its open space. There are no walls on the boundaries of the campus. Residents who live around often walk to campus or exercise by using equipment in the gym. There are many students studying Japanese in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and holding mutual learning activities with exchange students.

Providence University

静宜大学

Providence University
In 1920, Hua-Mei Girls' Elementary and High Schools was built in Henan Province; it was one of the first schools for girls in China. The school was re-built in Taiwan in 1948 and became "Providence University for Women" in 1989. In 1993, the university began to enroll male students and was renamed "Providence University". Providence University is putting a lot of effort into international exchanges, and accepting students from not only Southeast Asia, South Korea and Japan, but Australia, UK and France.

Soochow University

東呉大学

Soochow University
Soochow University was established by Missionaries of the Methodist Church in 1900 at Suzhou (formerly spelled Soochow), making it China's first western-style university. Re-established in Taiwan in 1951,it became the first private university on the island. The faculty of Japanese Language and Culture is famous in Taiwan,and a large number of students with high Japanese proficiency are studying here. In addition, Soochow University offers many classes in English.

South Korea

Seoul Women's University

ソウル女子大学

Seoul Women's University
S.W.U., a women's liberal arts university based on Christian principles, was established in 1961 by an alumna of Doshisha Women's College, Dr. Whang-kyung Koh (1909-2000). The university continues to raise its profile, striving to foster women capable of taking active roles globally as well as in Korea.

Sungshin University

誠信女子大学

Sungshin University
Sungshin University is a private comprehensive women’s university founded in 1936. Sungshin University has two campuses in Seoul and belongs to Sungshin Corporation which provides integrated education from preschool to postgraduate school. Today, Sungshin University comprises 13 colleges with total enrollment of about 13,000 students. Sungshin University is pursuing to cultivate women’s resources to lead the society based on the educational philosophy of “Embrace sincerity and faith,” “Strive for new knowledge,” and “Act independently.”

Philippines

Ateneo de Manila University

アテネオ・デ・マニラ大学

Ateneo de Manila University
The Ateneo de Manila University is a Catholic private university founded by the Society of Jesus in 1859, the third-oldest university in the Philippines. It is located in a region having many government institutions in Quezon City, in Metro Manila. Ateneo is one of the top three universities in the Philippines and has produced many leaders in politics including presidents of the country. Ateneo also has an excellent reputation for English education and student exchange programs. Almost all of the regular classes are taught in English.

De La Salle University

デ・ラ・サール大学

De La Salle University
De La Salle University (DLSU) is a Catholic private university founded in 1911 by the De La Salle Brothers in Manila, the Philippines. It has eight undergraduate and graduate schools. DLSU receives a high evaluation for its academic excellence, employment opportunities, international perspectives and course contents. DLSU is one of the best universities in the country along with the University of the Philippines Diliman and the Ateneo de Manila University. Almost all of the regular classes are taught in English.

University of the Philippines Diliman

フィリピン大学ディリマン校

University of the Philippines Diliman
The University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) is a national university founded in 1949 in Quezon City, Philippines. UPD has a huge campus occupying 493 hectares with a national research center, an athletic field, banks, restaurants, and even a shopping mall, a hotel and a church. UPD is the only university in Metro Manila that has its own extensive system of jeepney transportation owing to its huge size. UPD is famous for its high level education and research on Fine Arts, Law, Social Sciences and Philosophy, and Business Administration, etc.

Vietnam

Foreign Trade University

貿易大学

Foreign Trade University
Foreign Trade University (FTU) is one of the most prestigious and competitive national universities in Vietnam. Established in 1960, FTU is a comprehensive university specialized in trading, economics, and foreign languages with a student body of 19,000. FTU has gained enormous achievement in producing talented and high quality human resources to the Vietnamese economy and diplomacy. It has three campuses: the Hanoi main campus, the Ho Chi Minh City campus and the Quang Ninh Campus close to Ha Long Bay. In the Hanoi main campus and the Ho Chi Minh City campus there are Vietnam - Japan Institutes for Human Resources Development sponsored by the Japanese government and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). FTU is proactively cultivating human resources through Japanese-language education and business training.

University of Languages and International Studies - Vietnam National University, Hanoi

ベトナム国家大学ハノイ校外国語大学

University of Languages and International Studies - Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Vietnam National University (VNU), Hanoi is the most prestigious national university in Vietnam founded by merging several universities in 1993. VNU is directly under the control of the Prime Minister, unlike other national universities which are under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education and Training. VNU comprises 12 universities and schools including the University of Languages and International Studies (ULIS). ULIS dates back to the School of Foreign Languages of Vietnam Boarding School founded in 1955. Now ULIS has 7,700 students and eight departments of English, Japanese, Korean, German, Russian, French, Chinese, and Arabic.

Thailand

Thammasat University

タマサート大学

Thammasat University
Thammasat University was founded in 1934 and is the second oldest national university in Thailand. The university has educated many talented people in the fields of economics and politics. Tha Pra Chan campus is located next to a sightseeing area with traditional temples and the Grand Palace, in the middle of Bangkok. In Rangsit campus ? which has 50 times as large as Tha Pra Chan ? there are ample dormitories and fully-equipped sports facilities. Thammasat now has 17 departments, offering a broad range of programs, and is cooperating with universities all over the world, to build relationships and deepen cross-cultural exchange with Thai culture.

Chulalongkorn University

チュラロンコン大学

Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn University (CU) is the oldest and one of the most prestigious universities (along with Thammasat University) founded in 1917 in Thailand. CU campus covers 500 acres in the heart of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Today, CU is a national comprehensive university consisting of 19 faculties and offering 274 specialized courses. CU has excellent modern laboratories and facilities, and the Central Library holds large collections with over a million books. CU offers the best environment for studies and researches.

Malaysia

University of Malaya

マラヤ大学

University of Malaya
University of Malaya (UM) is the oldest and the most prestigious national university founded in 1949 in Malaysia. UM has the campus which covers 750 acres (3㎢) in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Today, UM has more than 2,500 faculty members and are divided into 12 faculties, two academies and three academic centres.
The official language in Malaysia is Malay language, but English is also very commonly spoken among Malaysian. Also, most academic courses of UM are delivered in English. Therefore UM is one of the most attractive universities in Asia to study various fields in English.