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Ⅰ. Student Exchange Programs

Through our student exchange programs Chung Cheong students visit Tianjin University of Commerce in China, Chienkuo Technology University in Chinese Taipei and Okayama Commercial University in Japan, to study and experience international cultures. Besides these exchanges, Chung Cheong University and Chienkuo Technology University take turns in offering an annual seminary graphic program during the summer vacation so that the students of both institutions may get together and practice cooperative learning.

For providing the students with more opportunities to visit and experience the bigger world, CCU runs private and government funded international internship programs through which students have been sent to Japan, China and the USA. School-supported travel education in Malaysia and Singapore is another way for the students to broaden their perspectives. Some students participate in the homestay programs and spend several days with the Japanese and Malay families during summer or winter vacations. Students may also choose to join CCU's summer program that combines language training and volunteer work in the Philippines.

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Ⅱ. Foreign Language Programs

To encourage the students to improve their foreign language skills for practical job preparation as well as personal satisfaction, CCU runs evening English Conversation and TOEIC programs of different levels during the semester. During summer and winter vacations, CCU also manages an Intensive English Camp focusing on English Conversation. Chinese and Japanese courses are also offered on campus.

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Ⅲ. Internships

Both private and government funded international internships are available for CCU students to live and work overseas in countries including Japan and Indonesia.

Ⅳ. Homestay

International Relations have enabled students to live in 'homestay' residences while visiting and studying in countries including Malaysia and Japan.

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