The University’s study-abroad programs offer places overseas for more than 200 students a year. For students who undertake a one-year exchange or study-abroad programs, every consideration is given to help them complete coursework and receive credits for subjects studied abroad, and financial support is offered by the University in the form of scholarships and reduction of, or exemption from, academic fees. When students return from studying abroad, their experiences can be put to great use, whether in their professions or graduate studies.
|Number of Students Abroad in Academic Year 2011(94)|
|Number and Location of Students in Programs with Partner Institutions||Total: 58 (one-year)
|Number and Location of Students Abroad at Institutions Other Than Partner Institutions
Total: 36: Asia (11), Oceania (0), Europe (6), North America(19)
|Some of non-partner institutions:
The University of Malaya
California State University, Chico
University of California, Irvine
The University of Utah
University of Oregon
University of Washington
Sierra Nevada College
Royal Holloway, University of London
Goldsmith, University of London
The University of Edinguburgh
University of Westminster
University of Sussex
University of Kent
University of Munster
|Number and Location of Students in Short-Term Program
|Boston University (USA): 16
Carleton College (USA): 33
The University of Sheffield (U.K.): 29
The University of Tubingen (Germany): 14
Universite Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseille :France:23
Students from countries all over the world are accepted into degree programs through entrance exams for international students, and short-term (one year) non-degree exchange students are also accepted under partnership agreements.
From June to July, a Chuo University Summer Program lasting about six weeks is offered to introduce the Japanese culture and society to students, and the program conducted in Japanese and English is available to students from the institutions with which Chuo University has partnership agreements. International students who studied at the University are active in various fields around the globe.
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|Number of International Students (as of May 2017)|
|Others||Vietnam(11), Australia(9), Germany(8), Indonesia(7) and other 19 nations and regions(47)||79|
The International Center provides a range of programs and support designed to encourage international and intercultural exchange. Every summer, an annual Peace Seminar camp is attended by nearly 30 students of International and Japanese students. This provides an excellent opportunity for students from many nations to study issues focusing on peace and to interact with the local community. To date, camps have been held in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Okinawa, Hokkaido, and Korea (Seoul).
Throughout the year seminars and excursion are provided for students to learn about Japanese society and culture. In addition, the International Center supports the activities of the Chuo University International Students Association and a student volunteer organization called “Sputnik”, that provides opportunities for students to cross cultural and national barriers, deepen friendships, and enrich their lives at Chuo.