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Study Abroad in the Americas

Tecnologico de Monterrey

  • Reque Monterrey is a unique city which is often called the richest city in México.
  • Monterrey is also a powerhouse in the business arena and some of México's largest companies are based in Monterrey. It is the third largest city of Mexico.
  • It is considered a world class destiny due to its high quality level in tourist services. Learn More.

  

Pontificia Universidad Catolica Argentina

  • Buenos Aires, on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, is a culturally rich port city.
  • It is made up of small neighborhoods, each expressing it's individuality through use of color and architectural form. This makes it a great city to explore as you will discover your own favorite areas, making your study abroad experience truly unique.
  • The Pontificia Universidad Catolica Argentina (UCA) has the
    most modern urban campus in Argentina, made up of four impressive buildings, the first of which opened in 1996.There are five computer labs with full Internet access for the students, four university cafeterias, and a  beautiful esplanade along the River Plate.
  • The facilities also include four multimedia auditoriums, a bank, medical facilities, Xerox machines, an open-air amphitheatre, a comfortable open-shelf library and Argentina's best on-campus TV and Radio studios. Learn More.

 

Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro

  • PUC-RIO is located in Gávea, a charming neighborhood near the forest and beaches of the Zona Sul area of Rio de Janeiro.
  • Classes are held on a campus - beautifully situated within a tropical forest, surrounded by lush trees, a small stream and wildlife including small monkeys and squirrels.
  • Rio de Janeiro, known for its beautiful beaches, rainforests, and mountains, provides many cultural, sporting and historical attractions to experience in your free time.  Maracanã, site of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 2016 Summer Olympics, Carnival, Christ the Redeemer on Corcovado, are just a few of the places you can visit during your study abroad time in Brazil.
  • You will have access to four large libraries on campus and over 500,000 titles; including the Central Library and a specialized library for each academic center.
  • The study abroad office at PUC-Rio is available to help with your questions or concerns. They also offer an orientation program upon your arrival to help you settle into life in Rio de Janeiro.
  • PUC-Rio is internationally recognized as one of the top five universities in Brazil and one of the two best in Rio de Janeiro. PUC-Rio is widely known as a high level education center in Brazil, with emphasis in Law, Engineering, Psychology, Economics, Business and International Relations. Learn More.

 

Universidad de Especialidades Espiritu Santo

  • The Universidad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo is located in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
  • Located on the Guayas River, this urban area is Ecuador's largest city, with a population of approximately 2,500,000 inhabitants.
  • Noted for its hustle and bustle and friendliness of its people, Guayaquil is the hub of an active import-export industry and serves as the financial center of Ecuador. It has several malls with attractive boutiques, numerous theaters, and museums.
  • Within an hour's drive by car from Guayaquil, there are several important ecological areas - mangrove swamp land, desert, tropical dry forest, cloud forest and pristine beaches.
  • Ecuador is located on the Pacific Ocean while spanning the Equator in the Northwestern part of South America, and serves as an ideal site to learn about the realities of Latin America.
  • The country includes a wide variety of geographical features including the Andes mountains, the coastal plains, jungles, and the Galapagos Islands.
  • The Universidad Espíritu Santo is the youngest and fastest growing Ecuadorian university. The mission of the Universidad Espíritu Santo is to prepare Ecuadorian men and women for leadership in business and in the public life for their country. Academic standards are high and admission is selective.
  • UEES enrolls more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students in all of its divisions. Learn More.

 

Global Engagement Program

  • The program is designed to provide students with interests in global issues with field experience through unpaid internships along with a rigorous academic program. The program will be carried out at the SUNY Global Center in NYC every Fall starting in 2013 and it will be coordinated by SUNY New Paltz.
  • New York City offers a wealth of opportunity for students to gain hands on experience in the world of international affairs.  The presence of the United Nations Secretariat and offices of all UN related organizations will provide openings for students in many fields of study related to global affairs including education, the arts, the social and natural sciences, and business.   
  • The semester long program will carry a course load of 12-15 credit hours.  With assistance from the Program Director, students are expected to secure an internship of 20-25 hours per week.  The internships are expected to be relevant to international affairs in organizations that foster global engagement.  In addition, students are expected to participate in a weekly seminar on international affairs at the SUNY Global Center.  The course will integrate academic works related to international governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations as well as international relations between states and regional dynamics.  Students will work in a colloquium setting to develop, execute, and present their independent research projects under the guidance of the Program Director.  Through the colloquium process, students are expected to write a full length academic paper on their research related to the topic of their internship. Learn More.

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Study Abroad in Europe and Africa

Cardiff University

Your Classes
An exciting combination of modules is available to study abroad students across a variety of schools. The program offers study in:

  • Business
  • Centre for Lifelong Learning
  • Chemistry
  • City and Regional Planning
  • Computer Science
  • Earth and Ocean Sciences
  • Engineering
  • English, Communications & Philosophy
  • European Studies
  • History and Archaeology
  • Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Physics
  • Politics
  • Psychology


Click here to view the courses available at Cardiff University
 

  • Study Abroad students must be a sophomore, junior or senior with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • All courses are taught in English.
  • Upon successful completion of the program, participants will earn 12 or more undergraduate level credits for the semester. 
  • An additional tool to help you in the course review and selection process is our Course Equivalency Database. Click the link to view and use the database in order to find courses taken at this university by previous participants in this program and see the SUNY New Paltz course equivalent.
  • Religious and Theological Studies
  • Social Sciences
  • Welsh 

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Charles University

  • Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a city of over 1.2 million inhabitants, and the cultural and intellectual center of the country. Situated on the river Vltava, it has enjoyed fame as an awe-inspiring and beautiful city, being called "golden," "royal," "hundred-spired," "the town of towns," and "the crown of the world".
  • Prague has grown up over many centuries from a small Slavonic settlement into a magnificent city. The city's Romanesque, gothic renaissance, baroque, and neoclassical buildings have remained undisturbed by modern constructions, creating a unique and beautiful mix of classic and modern Europe.
  • The Czech Republic is centrally located in Europe and is a gateway to other major cities, making it an ideal place to study abroad. Students will be only a short train ride from Vienna (4.5 hours), Berlin (4 hours), or Budapest (6.5 hrs).
  • Charles University, the oldest in Central Europe, was founded in 1348 by emperor Charles IV. The campus occupies extraordinary buildings in the old town, the heart of this wondrous city. The student population is a diverse and active one, taking classes in one of the thirteen different faculties. Here you will encounter people from all over Europe, as well as the world.
  • Students take courses in the East and Central Europeans Studies (ECES) Program within the Faculty of Arts at Charles University.  For more information about the ECES program, see the Charles University ECES website. Learn More.

Kingston University

  • Kingston University is based in Kingston upon Thames, a vibrant area on the River Thames in south-west London, only 25 minutes away from central London. Kingston has consistently rated the safest borough in London (Metropolitan Police, 2013) and the happiest place to live in London (Rightmove, 2013).
  • Kingston has invested almost 200 million dollars in improving facilities and resources for your studies. This includes new buildings, new laboratories and equipment.
  • The study abroad office at Kingston University is available to help with your questions or concerns. They also offer an orientation program when you arrive to help you settle into life along the Thames.
  • Make new friends, develop skills, increase your confidence, give something back to your community, make a positive impact on the lives of others' – and most importantly have fun! Volunteer at the local dog sanctuary, help regularly in a school or care home, mentor a teenager, run your own project from scratch – the possibilities are endless!
  • Kingston University Students' Union (KUSU) offers more than 60 active societies who organize and run weekly activities related to culture, faith, academia, arts, activities, liberation and campaigns.
  • Kingston University is part of the SUNY New Paltz study abroad Global Scholar Program Opportunity (see the budget for more information). Learn More.

 

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

  • Madrid, the capital of Spain is a cosmopolitan city and is the most important government, financial and cultural center of the city. Madrid enjoys a continental Mediterranean climate and the cultural, leisure and sports offered are rich and varied.It has countless theaters and museums.
  • While Madrid possesses a modern infrastructure, it has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighborhoods and streets. The Metro, or Underground, provides one of the most efficient and inexpensive ways to get around Madrid, though taxi and bus services are also readily available.
  • Founded in 1989, Carlos III University is globally recognized for its international focus with high quality teaching staff and its commitment to providing high quality public education.
  • Carlos III offers a wide range of studies across three campuses located near and easily accessible to the city of Madrid in Getafe, Leganés and Colmenarejo. All campuses have modern facilities, computer rooms, Internet access, libraries, cafeterias, sports centers and auditorium space.
  • The university's three campuses are located in GetafeLeganés and Colmenarejo; towns easily accessible to Madrid by car, bus, subway, or train. Getafe and Leganés lie 10 km to the south of Madrid. Learn More.

Universidad de Oviedo

  • The city of Oviedo is one of the most important centers of cultural activity in the northwest of Spain. With nearly 200,000 inhabitants it is also the capital of the "Principado de Asturias", and the geographical, administrative, commercial, and cultural center of the region.
  • The climate in Asturias is quite mild, except in the high mountains, and often rainy. The mountains and villages along the coast are ideal places to vacation.
  • Oviedo has a very active cultural life with concerts, operas, conferences, congresses, museums, libraries, exhibitions, etc.
  • The University of Oviedo was founded towards the end of the 16th Century.
  • Students attend the Spanish Courses for Foreigners" program at the university. Learn More.

Universidad de Sevilla

  • Seville is the political, cultural, and intellectual capital of Spain's most populous region, Andalucia. Situated on the River Guadalquivir, Seville is home to the world's third largest cathedral, as well as palm-shaded avenues, numerous parks, gardens, and plazas. 
  • The SUNY New Paltz Seville program has been in existence since 1971, making it one of the Center for International Program's longest-running and most well-established programs.
  • The Universidad de Sevilla is one of the oldest universities in Spain.   Founded in 1551, it now has an enrollment of over 75,000 students.
  • Students who study abroad at the Universidad de Sevilla through SUNY New Paltz have benefited for over two decades from the support and programming expertise of our full-time Resident Director, Dr. Michael Marfe. Michael Marfe is a graduate student of the Universidad de Sevilla and a native Spanish and English speaker. Michael continues to liaise with faculty and staff at the Universidad de Sevilla as well as local organizations and community members to provide SUNY students with quality programming both inside and outside of the classroom. Learn More.

 

Universidad de Sevilla
(Virtual Studies)

  • Students will take "Cursos para Extranjeros" which are offered by the "Facultades de Filologia, Historia y Geografia" and are taught in Spanish by regular University faculty.  These courses focus on Spanish language and on areas studies of Spain and Latin America.
  • All courses are taught in Spanish.
  • 12-15 undergraduate credits per semester. Students who fully participate in the orientation program, course, and workshop will be granted three credits.
  • Students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and 3-4 semesters of college level Spanish or equivalent are eligible to apply. Learn More.

 

Universidad Pontifica Comillas

  • Madrid, the capitol of Spain is a cosmopolitan city and is the most important government, financial and cultural center of the city. Madrid enjoys a continental Mediterranean climate and the cultural, leisure and sports offered are rich and varied.It has countless theaters and museums.
  • While Madrid possesses a modern infrastructure, it has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighborhoods and streets. The Metro, or Underground, provides one of the most efficient and inexpensive ways to get around Madrid, though taxi and bus services are also readily available.
  • Founded in 1890, the Universidad Pontificia Comillas is administered by the Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, an institution which has more than 200 universities around the world. The University combines its educational experience, a result of its rich, humanistic and pedagogical tradition, with a constant sense of renewal, which is required to keep pace with constant social changes.
  • The Universidad de Pontificia Comillas offers students opportunities to participate in various student clubs and organizations, sports teams, and cultural events organized by various offices and student groups on campus.
  • The Information and Lodging Office at Comillas provides students with housing support and general information about the university, its departments, government, organizations, services, and facilities. Comillas offers counseling and academic accommodation support for students with accommodation needs. Learn More.

 

Universidad de Sevilla

  • Seville is the political, cultural, and intellectual capital of Spain's most populous region, Andalucia. Situated on the River Guadalquivir, Seville is home to the world's third largest cathedral, as well as palm-shaded avenues, numerous parks, gardens, and plazas. 
  • The SUNY New Paltz Seville program has been in existence since 1971, making it one of the Center for International Program's longest-running and most well-established programs.
  • The Universidad de Sevilla is one of the oldest universities in Spain. Founded in 1551, it now has an enrollment of over 75,000 students.
  • Students who study abroad at the Universidad de Sevilla through SUNY New Paltz have benefited for over two decades from the support and programming expertise of our full-time Resident Director, Dr. Michael Marfe. Michael Marfe is a graduate student of the Universidad de Sevilla and a native Spanish and English speaker. Michael continues to liaise with faculty and staff at the Universidad de Sevilla as well as local organizations and community members to provide SUNY students with quality programming both inside and outside of the classroom. Learn More.

 

Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

  • Milan is the second most populous city in Italy and is the main industrial, commercial and financial center of Italy. It is also one of the fashion capitals of the world. There is plenty to do and see in Milan.
  • Cattolica, the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) is the largest private university in Italy and in Europe. It is a prestigious comprehensive research and teaching university, recently ranked number 11 across Italy's 90 universities.
  • With over 42,000 students and 2,000 faculty and staff, Cattolica offers some of the most exciting and challenging academic programs and disciplines, in areas of medicine and health sciences, economics, business, international relations, political science, psychology and communications.
  • A modern university formed originally in 1921, Cattolica's heart is located in a stunningly beautiful medieval building in downtown Milan.
    Social programs are set up by the International Student Association and other offices on campus. It is a busy campus and students are regularly updated with events happening on campus and in the city.
  • Public transportation: Students can purchase a metro card at a discounted rate and the card will allow them use of the buses, subway system and the bike share system in Milan. Learn More.

 

Universite de Franche Comte

  • Immerse yourself in French culture and improve your language skills while living in a beautiful French city situated in a breathtaking natural setting near the Jura Mountains. The River Doubs flows around the city center making it almost an island.
  • With a population of 250,000 Besançon is a very manageable city, so studying there will be good practice for your navigation skills before visiting larger cities in Europe.
  • Unlike larger cities in France, there are few native speakers of English in Besançon, and the Bisontins are less likely to speak English to you than French people in larger cities.  So, you’ll make lots of progress with your French by studying abroad in Besançon.
  • While living in Besançon you’ll appreciate the city’s quality of life. Besançon was designated one of France’s first “green” cities which is reflected in the city’s cleanliness.
  • Imagine yourself enjoying spectacular views from the Vauban citadel, exploring the city’s narrow streets, meeting your language partner at a café, or picnicking with your classmates by the river. You’ll definitely have plenty of things to do to form fond memories of your study abroad experience in Besançon.
  • Besançon is served by the TGV (high speed train), so you’ll be able to travel easily to Paris, Provence and the Cote d’Azur, and other destinations in France and Europe. You’ll also have two excursions planned by the CLA staff as part of the program. Learn More.

 

University of Dundee

  • The city of Dundee lies on the estuary of the River Tay, on the eastern coast of Scotland. Travel north and you reach the highlands; south and you enter the ancient kingdom of Fife and on to St. Andrews and Edinburgh.
  • Students enjoy easy access to the city's modern facilities, yet are only a short distance from the peace and tranquility of the unspoiled countryside which surrounds it.
  • Dundee is located 490 miles from London and just 65 miles from Edinburgh.
  • The University of Dundee was founded in 1881 as a university college.
  • Dundee has over 12,000 full and part time students, and around 15% of the students come from over 80 different countries.
  • Two thirds of our students population are Scottish, making the Study Abroad experience a real blend of the local and international. Learn More.

 

University of Huddersfield

  • Huddersfield is said to be one of the friendliest towns in the North of England.
  • Situated on the M62 corridor which provides easy access to other cities in the region including the renowned music venues and shopping available in the cities of Leeds and Manchester.
  • Huddersfield was classed as offering "fancy restaurants and shops, impressive cultural attractions and, surprisingly, affordable houses"
  • It is known to be a safe place for students to feel part of a friendly yet exciting environment.
  • The University received the Guardian's University Awards in 2013.
  • It has around 20,000 students and is located near the Huddersfield town center.
  • The University of Huddersfield also offers Counseling and Disability Services. Professionals in these offices work with students individually to assess their needs and provide support and accommodation as appropriate. Learn More.

 

University of Limerick

  • The City of Limerick sits on the River Shannon in County Limerick. It is the third-largest city in Ireland and the capital of the Mid West Region. Within a day's excursion are the countries of Galway, Clare, Cork, Tipperary, and Kerry. And the University of Limerick in less than 13 miles away from Shannon Airport.
  • The University of Limerick was voted the “University of the Year” in 2015 by The Sunday Times.
  • The University was also voted “the Best Student Experience”, “Best Overall Living Experience in Ireland” and “Warmest Welcome in Ireland” by International students. Click here to learn more about the University of Limerick. Learn More.

 

University of Limerick - First Year Program

  • In our proud tradition of study abroad at SUNY New Paltz, the Center for International Programs, from fall 2019, is offering first-year students aunique introduction to college life during their first semester (or academic year) through a study abroad experience at our partner university in Ireland – the University of Limerick (UL).
  • SUNY New Paltz and UL have a long-standing partnership, and New Paltz students are always very satisfied with their experiences at UL, which has an academic and campus environment similar to an American college/university.
  • This makes UL very well positioned to host first-year students who will enjoy Irish hospitality and culture during their time abroad.  Learn More.

 

Vesalius College

  • The Kingdom of Belgium is a country in northwest Europe. 
  • It is a founding member of the European Union and hosts its headquarters, as well as those of other major international organizations, including NATO.  Belgium covers an area of 11,787 square miles and has a population of about 10.5 million. 
  • Belgium is home for two main groups, the Flemings and the French Speakers, mostly Walloons, plus a tiny group of German speakers.
  • Brussels easily ranks as one of the world's most cosmopolitan and diverse cities. 
  • Vesalius College is located in the heart of Brussels with direct access, via walking or public transportation to all parts of the city and surrounding communities.
  • Over 300 international students from over 45 nationalities attend Vesalius College every semester, providing a truly cosmopolitan and culturally enriching environment. 
  • Classes are small and interactive, with no more than 25-35 students per class (sometimes as low as five or six) and personalized attention from professors. Learn More.

 

Zurich University of Applied Sciences (Zhaw)

  • As the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich is the economic motor of the surrounding region and indeed the whole country.
  • Monocle's 2012 "Quality of Life Survery" ranked Zurich first on a list of the top 25 citites in the world "to make a base within."
  • Europe's largest clock face is located in Zurich!
  • Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) was founded in 1833, though its origins stretch back as far as 1525.
  • It is Switzerland's largest university with over 11,500 students.
  • The ZHAW places a special focus not only on conveying practical and specialist competencies, but also on developing the social and personal skills essential for success in academic and professional life. Learn More.

 

Summer Internships in Ireland
(IE Partners)

  • Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Dublin is located in the province of Leinster on Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey. It is a historical and contemporary center for education, the arts, administration, economy, and industry.
  • Irish Education Partners was founded in 1989. They organize internships and other educational programmes for international students, graduates and young people seeking employment. They provide internship placements for 9 weeks that complement the academic achievement of the participants. Interns take a giant step towards career development while immersing in a unique culture and work environment. Learn More.

 

 

American University in Cairo

  • The American University in Cairo was founded in 1919 by Americans devoted to education and community service in the Middle East. Today, AUC is the region's premier English-language university -- an essential contributor to the social, political and cultural life of the Arab world. It also serves as a crossroads for the world's cultures: a vital, vibrant forum for reasoned argument, spirited debate, and understanding across cultures.
  • Chartered and accredited in the United States and Egypt, it is an independent, not-for-profit, equal-opportunity institution. AUC upholds the principles of academic freedom and is dedicated to excellence. For more about the Mission, Vision, and Values of AUC, click this link.
  • The university has been recently renovated, moving from Old Cairo to New Cairo. The new location offers students a more open atmosphere and a completely redesigned campus - complete with access to a 400,000-volume library, restaurants and cafeterias, gyms and sporting areas, and a bank.
  • New Cairo is about a 30-45 minute drive from downtown Cairo. With a population estimated to be 18-20 million people, Cairo is a lively city with never-ending areas to explore. The Triumphant City, known officially as al-Qahirah, is one of the world's largest urban areas and offers many sites to see.
  • Cairo is the administrative capital of Egypt and close by is every Egyptian Pyramid. For example, the Great Pyramids of Giza located on the very edge of the city. There are also ancient temples, tombs, Christian churches, magnificent Muslim monuments, and the Egyptian Antiquities Museum all either within or nearby the city. Learn More.

 

Study Abroad in Kenya

  • Kenya is home to the Maasi Mara.  Nairobi, the capital and largest city in Kenya, is the country’s principal economic, administrative and cultural center. Situated midway between Johannesburg and Cairo, the city also serves as a commercial center for all of East Africa.
  • Kenya is one of Africa’s largest and fastest-growing cities with modern skyscrapers, outdoor cafes, bars, bookstores and western-style hotels.
  • Nairobi is considered the educational and cultural center in Eastern Africa. Nairobi was originally named “Ewaso Nai’ beri”, but the British had difficulty pronouncing this and, instead, coined their own name, Nairobi.
  • Within a 20-minute drive of Nairobi are some of Kenya’s largest national parks and big game reserves. Learn More.

 


 

 

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Study Abroad in the Asia-Pacific

Dankook University 

  • Dankook University is located in the city of Yongin.
  • Yongin is located just south of the capital city, Seoul, in the middle of Gyeonggi Province.
  • Yongin is home to Hoam Art Museum that holds some of Korea’s most treasured art and the Korean Folk Village.
  • Dankook University was founded in 1947 as a four-year private university in South Korea after Independence.
  • The university seeks to pursue truth and service to humankind through cultivating professionals to develop the quality of respecting human beings as global citizens, apply creation towards development, and cultivate practical abilities.
  • The university holds international symposiums and publishes various academic journals, and manages 22 important and specialized research institutes such as the Oriental Study Research Institute, the Information Display Research Institute, the Buried Cultural Property Research Institute and the Special Education Research Institute and the Medical Laser Research Institute etc.
  • Today, DKU has two campuses, Jukjeon and Cheonan. Summer students will study at the Jukjeon campus, which is equipped with modern classroom and student support facilities including newly-built dormitories, a library, gymnasium, performing arts center, recreation areas, tennis court, health center, media center, and student union. Learn More.

 

Ewha Womans University

  • Enhance your New Paltz education by taking English-taught courses across a wide array of academic disciplines including: Art History, Business, Ceramics, Computer Science, East Asian Studies, Economics, International Studies, Korean Studies, Media Studies, Nano Biology, North Korean Studies, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, Women’s Studies
  • Students may be restricted from taking certain courses offered by the Education, Art, and Music Departments.
  • Exchange students have the option of taking graduate level courses, particularly in the Graduate School of International Studies.
  • Course offerings will be announced about a month before each semester, in early-February for the spring semester, and early-August for the fall semester. When getting your courses pre-approved with your academic advisor, refer to courses offered during the previous year to get a sense of what will be offered during your semester at EWU.
  • You will take your classes with Korean and other international students which will provide you with a multicultural learning environment and opportunity to make friends from Korea and around the world.
  • Though not required, you will have the opportunity to study the Korean language from beginner to advanced levels. Click here for more information. Learn More.

 

Guangxi Normal University

  • GXNU is located in Guilin in southern China. The area is famous for its limestone mountains and breath-taking scenery. The city is located on the Li River in which you can go on riverboat rides and take in the beautiful landscapes.
  • You will be hosted by the Chinese Language Institute (CLI) during their stay in Guilin. CLI has offered study abroad experiences to students from 28 countries, representing more than 50 universities. The CLI staff provide a range of services to students and organize regular activities so that program participants can interact with Chinese students and practice their language skills.
  • CLI occupies a beautiful five-story building located within a ten-minute walk from GXNU. The center has classroom space, a recreation room, and space for students to hang out.
  • Compared to other Chinese cities, Guilin is small with a population around 700,000 people. There is very little heavy industry in the region, so the air quality is very good in contrast to the larger metropolises such as Beijing or Shanghai. So, you can breathe easy in Guilin!
  • Guilin is served by an international airport, so you can travel within and outside China with relative ease. Learn More.

 

Kanazawa University

  • In order to improve understanding about Japan and to promote cultural exchange, Kanazawa University offers the Kanazawa University Student Exchange Program (KUSEP).
  • International students take Japanese language courses, as well as courses in English on the state of affairs in Japan, Japanese culture, and over various fields of specialty.
  • The city of Kanazawa is situated in the central part of Honshu, the main island of Japan. 
  • It is an old city facing the Japan Sea. If you look at the map, you will find Kanazawa near the base of the beautiful Noto Peninsula which stretches out into the Japan Sea. 
  • Kanazawa is the main city of the Hokuriku District and is well-known as an ancient castle town.
  • With over 450,000 residents, it is one of the largest cities along the coast of the Sea of Japan.
  • Kanazawa is full of charm that blends its old atmosphere with the new and is only a one-hour flight from Tokyo.
  • The national railway links up with the Shinkansen bullet train at Miabara and Kyoto. Kanazawa is five hours from Tokyo and about two and a half hours from Kyoto by train.
  • Kanazawa University Catalog.pdf Learn More.

 

Meiji University

  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan and a global financial center. It is the world’s most populous metropolitan area with 30 million people living in the greater Tokyo area.
  • You won't run out of things to do in Tokyo. The city boasts cultural centers, fine dining with both Asian and Western cuisines, shopping ranging from high fashion to electronics, and one of the world’s busiest yet punctual public transportation networks.
  • Imagine yourself exploring Tokyo's premier attractions such as:
  • Asakusa and the major Buddhist temple Senso-ji
  • Meiji-Jingu and its tranquil wooded grounds 
  • The fashion Mecca of Harajuku
  • Tsukiji fish market
  • Shinjuku and Shibuya and their neon-saturated atmospheres
  • Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disney Sea, historic Kamakura, Yokohama with Japan’s largest China Town, and the World Heritage Site shrines and temples of Nikko are just a train journey away from Tokyo. Learn More.

 

Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies

  • Learn about Japanese culture and improve your Japanese language skills in the historical city of Nagasaki where you can explore narrow streets, ride the old-fashioned streetcar, and visit sites such as the Peace Park, Dejima Island, and Glover Garden.
  • Nagasaki sits on a natural harbor with steep hills surrounding the city from where you’ll enjoy spectacular views. The city is located near beautiful, rugged coastline, beaches, islands, volcanic mountains, and Unzen National Park. You’ll experience a mild winter and tropical humidity in the summer during your stay in Nagasaki. 
  • Nagasaki bears much significance in Japanese history as the only port open to Westerners during the Tokugawa shogunate and as the site of the second atomic bomb dropping at end of WWII.
  • Despite centuries of Western influence, Nagasaki remains authentically Japanese with an international flavor which you’ll see in its lively festivals, architecture, cuisine, and the welcoming and friendly spirit of its residents. Learn More.

 

Tsinghua University

  • Some of the bricks on the Great Wall of China are held together by rice flour.
  • Beijing is home to famous landmarks such as the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City and to world-famous roast duck.
  • ImmerQi, is an Australian company operating in China for13yrs, first established 24 years ago. Learn More.

 

Curtin University

  • Curtin University is ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide in the highly regarded Academic Ranking of the World Universities.
  • Curtin University has achieved an international academic ranking of 321 among the world's top academic institutions in the highly competitive 2019 Nature Index, place the University in Australia's top eight universities.
  • Perth is voted one of the most livable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Learn More.

 

University of Technology, Sydney

  • The University of Technology, Sydney is ranked the highest performing university in Australia under 50 years of age.
  • The University of Technology, Sydney is ranked in the Top 150 universities in the world.
  • The Sydney region has been inhabited by indigenous Australians for at least 30,000 years based on radio carbon dating. Learn More.

 

Victoria University

  • Victoria University is ranked in the top 2% in the world.
  • Victoria University is ranked 56 in the word’s top universities aged under 50.
  • Melbourne has been ranked the world’s most livable city by The Economist for several years in a row. Learn More.

 

Victoria University of Wellington

  • Victoria University of Wellington combines the benefits of a long and distinguished tradition of academic excellence with innovation and a strong sense of commitment to serving the needs of students and the community in the new millennium.
  • It also combines the advantages of almost ideal size for a university with a superb location in the country's political, commercial and cultural capital.
  • Currently the fourth largest of New Zealand's seven universities, it has approximately 15,000 students from more than 50 countries. Learn More.