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CUHK International Summer School

Established in 2004, the CUHK International Summer School (ISS) has been one of the most popular undergraduate summer programmes in the region. Each year, numerous international and local students join the July and August Sessions of the ISS to experience its intensive academic sessions and Chinese culture immersion programmes in a multicultural learning environment.

July Session (25 June – 2 August 2023)

In the five-week programme, you can take up to two 3-credit courses, each with 42 contact hours, taught entirely in English. Areas of study include:

  • Environment, Science and Technology
  • Global Business and Management
  • Society and Human Interaction
  • Understanding China
  • Chinese Language (Putonghua and Cantonese)

August Session (6 – 26 August 2023)

In the three-week programme, you can take two 3-credit courses of intensive Chinese language training in Putonghua at various levels. The programme will provide an opportunity for you to acquire pragmatic competence in the Chinese language through classroom learning and immersion activities.

July Session

 Exchange StudentsFee-paying Students

3 credits: HK$8,151 / US$1,045

6 credits: HK$16,302 / US$2,090

On-Campus Accommodation FeeHK$5,890 / US$755
Administration & Activities FeeHK$3,800 / US$487
Visa Application FeeHK$330 – 630 / US$42 - 81
Refundable Hostel DepositHK$1,000 / US$128
Refundable Caution MoneyHK$450 / US$58


August Session

 Exchange StudentsFee-paying Students
TuitionWaivedHK$16,302 / US$2,090
On-Campus Accommodation FeeHK$3,100 / US$397
Administration & Activities FeeHK$2,500 / US$320
Visa Application FeeHK$330 – 630 / US$42 - 81
Refundable Hostel DepositHK$1,000 / US$128
Refundable Caution MoneyHK$450 / US$58


Eligibility: Full-time undergraduates and high school seniors who have received a confirmed offer from a recognized university.

Application: Online application will be available at from early February to 30 April 2023.





Ocean University of China (OUC) is renowned for its featured disciplines, oceanography and fisheries. It also offers a wide range of programs, covering science, engineering, agricultural science, medical science and pharmacy, economics, management, literature, law, education, history and the arts. It is therefore a key comprehensive university under the direct administration of the Ministry of Education (MOE).

OUC at a Glance

Colleges & Schools

  • College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
  • College of Information Science and Engineering
  • College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
  • College of Marine Geosciences
  • College of Marine Life Sciences
  • College of Fisheries
  • College of Food Science and Engineering
  • School of Medicine and Pharmacy
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Environmental Science and Engineering
  • College of Management
  • School of Economics
  • College of Foreign Languages
  • College of Liberal Arts, Journalism and Communication
  • School of Law
  • School of International Affairs and Public Administration
  • School of Mathematical Sciences
  • School of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Teaching Center for Fundamental Courses
  • School of Marxism
  • School of International Education
  • School of Continuing Education
  • Haide College



The Hong Kong Polytechnic University is ideally located in the heart of Hong Kong. It is ranked 65th in the QS World University Rankings 2023 and 91st in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2022. It is renowned for its spirit of determination and for providing students with global perspectives and opportunities in keeping with a vision of “Opening Minds – Shaping the Future".

Opportunities at PolyU

Exchange students have ample opportunities to engage in other PolyU's initiatives to make your time at PolyU as rewarding as possible:

PolyU International Summer School

It is a 4-week programme at PolyU to provide an international exchange experience. A wide range of credit-bearing subjects is available. Accommodation is guaranteed. Buddy programme pairs incoming students with PolyU students to get the most out of living in Hong Kong and PolyU.

Contact of Global Engagement Office | +852 2766 5116



About the Program

Kwansei Gakuin

The center for Japanese Language Education at Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU) welcomes students from our partner institutions to join the intensive Japanese Language and Culture Study Program every summer and winter.

This is three-week program designed for those who wish to improve their communication skills in Japanese language while increasing their understanding of Japanese culture through a variety of activities. There are three different levels for Japanese language classes, beginner, elementary, and intermediate, offering an interactive approach through lessons with KGU students who will support international students in classes. The program will not only focus on language studies. We offer a variety of cultural learning opportunities in addition to the regular language classes, students will also be able to engage with Japanese Culture Study classes, traditional arts and other cultural activities including a fieldtrip to a historically rich place like Kyoto.

This is a great opportunity for you to add a global experience to your studies. Come and join us to learn more about Japan with people from all over the world.

 Winter ProgramSummer Program
Program DatesJanuary 30 – February 17, 2023July 19 – August 7, 2023
Number of ParticipantsMaximum: 70 students
Class Hours and CreditsClass Hours 100 min. x 28 classes = 45h (2 credits)
Language of InstructionJapanese
Application RequirementStudents must be enrolled at one of our partner institutions as an undergraduate or graduate student for the duration of the program.


Center for Japanese Language Education (CJLE)

Kwansei Gakuin University

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Established in 1957, Universitas Padjadjaran (Unpad) is a prestigious and globally recognized institution, dedicated to excellence in education, research, and innovation. Unpad's unwavering commitment to academic integrity and transformative learning experiences has placed it among the top-ranking universities in Indonesia.

In the realm of Medicine, Unpad's ranking has soared, climbing an impressive 100 spots from the previous 100 spots from the previous year to now residing between 500 and 551. This substantial advancement showcases the university's unwavering commitment to advancing healthcare and pushing the boundaries of medical research.

Global Opportunities

SOLSTICE: Unpad's Summer Academic Exploration

SOLSTICE, the captivating name for Universitas Padjadjaran's Summer Program, reflects the transformative and illuminating experience that awaits you. With a lineup of 21 dynamic and immersive programs spanning diverse themes and topics, SOLSTICE invites you to embark on a unique journey of academic exploration. From June to December 2023, dive into a world of knowledge and cultural exchange as you uncover new perspectives and broaden your intellectual horizons. Ignite your summer with SOLSTICE and discover the brilliance that lies within.

For more information and to secure your spot, contact us at




Summer School 2023

The KGU Summer School is a joint program run by Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU) and our select partner institutions. This 5-week program offers “East Asian Study" track – you can select courses that suit your interest, allowing you to study a variety of topics related to Japan and East Asia along with KGU students. Courses in the East Asian Study track are taught by KGU faculty member and visiting lecturers from our partner institutions covering a wide range of topics such as politics, religions, international relations, business and economics to explore many different aspects of East Asia.

Students participating in this program will benefit greatly, not only from the academic values, but also from the cultural exchange experience.

Come and join us this summer, and be inspired by people you will meet from all over the world and create lasting memories at KGU!

Program Schedule

June 11 – Arrival Day All participants must arrive in Japan on the specified date, will stay at a hotel near Kansai International Airport on the night of their arrival. Hotel rooms will be arranged by KGU.

June 12 – Going to KGU Orientation Day A chartered bus will pick you up at the hotel and take you to KGU.

Program Information

Program DatesJune 11 – July 13, 2023
Number of ParticipantsMaximum: 60 students
Application RequirementStudents must enrolled at one of our partner institutions as an undergraduate or graduate student for the duration of the program.


Program Overview

TrackCourse TitleCreditsTeaching HoursLanguage of InstructionEligible Students



East Asian Study

Japanese Economy and Business333hEnglishAll Students
The Japanese Production System in Context333hEnglishTrinity and KGU
International Relations of East Asia333hEnglishSMU, Stetson, KGU, and other non-faculty lead Students
Contemporary Japanese and American Politics and Society333hEnglish
Topics in Japanese Society333hEnglishTrinity and KGU
Religions of China and Japan333hEnglishAll Students
Introduction to Asian Religions333hEnglishAll Students


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Canada-Japan Collaborative Program for Educating World Citizens as Future Leaders

Certificate Program (CP)

The Certificate Program (CP) is a program that offers certificates to students from the operating five universities, and by receiving this certificate, students are considered to have completed their study at CCC. Students will work collaboratively to find solutions to specific business issues through taking part in practical courses, which will be undertaken in English. A completion certificate will be issued by all five universities to students who have acquired all of the required credits.

Model Case A Completing The CP (Participating in Core Courses in Japan)

9 September – 10 October – 11 November – 12 December

Fall Term

2 Courses taken at the home university, Group A & Group B

1 January – 2 February – 3 March – 4 April – 5 May

Winter Term

2 Courses taken at the home university, Group D

6 June – 7 July – 8 August

Summer Session

Global Career Seminar in Japan & Global Internship in Japan, Group C x 2


Model Case B Completing The CP (Participating in Core Course in Canada)

9 September – 10 October -  11 November – 12 December

Fall Term

2 Courses taken at the home university, Group A & Group B

1 January – 2 February – 3 March – 4 April – 5 May – 6 June – 7 July – 8 August

Winter Term

3 Courses taken at the home university, Group D

Reading Week (2 February)

Global Career, Group C

Seminar in Canada (3 March)

The certificate will prove your ability to…

  • Communicate in a cross-cultural context
  • Understand the values of people with different backgrounds
  • Analyse/solve problems in an efficient manner


Global Career Seminar (GCS)

The Global Career Seminar (GCS) is a forum where groups of student from Canada and Japan come together to find solutions for problems that corporations and organizations have posed. Students will gain basic knowledge of international and Japanese businesses as well as business analysis methods through watching online pre-seminar lectures.

After watching the online lectures, students will gather to spend a week with their peer students, meet with representatives from companies and organizations, and receive feedback from them after giving group presentations.

We provide two seminars every year; at the KGU campus in August (GCS in Japan) and at U of Toronto campus in February (GCS in Canada). While GCS in Japan allows students to experience daily life and culture in Japan for 10 days, GCS in Canada a more intensive program which takes place during the Ontario Reading Week.

GCS will be offered online when in-person program is not feasible.

Global Internship (GI)

This program allows students to experience working at a company/organization in Japan for approximately two weeks. Two students from different cultural backgrounds work together in pairs, and learn the importance of cooperation and mutual understanding through working together towards a common goal. During coursework prior to the internship, students will learn about the Japanese economy and business trends, as well as characteristics of the industry and business they will be working for.

After the internship, students will report and present their findings to share with other participants.

Period – 16 days in mid to late August

Credit – 3 credits at KGU (3.0 at Mount Allison and Queen's, 0.5 at King's and U of T)

Venue – Kwansei Gakuin University and Company/Organization in Japan

Previous participating companies and organizations

IBM Japan, Ltd., Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., English Central, EF Japan, Eli Lilly Japan K.K., etc.