Asia, South East Asia & The Middle East
Beijing Language and Culture University
Known as the Mini United Nations, Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU) is the only university of its kind in China specializing in offering Chinese language and culture courses to foreign students. BLCU is comprised of 3 faculties, 9 independent schools and 8 research centers offering courses in a wide range of disciplines. BLCU’s expansive campus located in the Zhongguancun Scientific and Technological Park provides a comfortable living environment for international students.
Jinan University (JNU) is a public research and comprehensive university based in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, about 120 km (75 mi) north-northwest of Hong Kong and north-northeast of Macau. Jinan University was the first university in China to recruit foreign students and has one of the largest number of international students in the country. All undergraduate programs are delivered in English and include: International Economics and Trade, Clinical Medicine, Accounting, Food Quality and Safety, Pharmacy, Public Administration and Finance.
Greater Noida, India
Sharda University is a private institution in Greater Noida, India with a student body of 13,000 of which 2,200 are international students from 85 different countries. The university has 14 schools offering students a variety of disciplines at the undergraduate, masters and doctorate levels.
St. Teresa’s College
St. Teresa’s College is a women’s college and one of the oldest premier institutions in the state of Kerala founded in 1925. It is the first institution in the state of Kerala to receive an A++ grade in the fourth cycle of NAAC. St. Teresa’s provides students with a holistic education enabling them to actively participate in both academic and community life at the college. Students can take courses in a variety of disciplines including arts, social sciences, humanities and natural sciences.
Kanagawa University is one of Japan’s leading private universities, with over 20,000 students in its seven undergraduate faculties, eight graduate schools, and integrated junior and senior high schools. Located in Kanagawa prefecture close to the capital city of Tokyo, Kanagawa has a vibrant international student community with numerous field trips and cultural events organized throughout the year. Exchange students can take classes taught in English in a variety of disciplines and have the opportunity to learn Japanese.
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Yokohama City University
Established in 1882, Yokohama City University is a public university made up of four campuses located in the vibrant city of Yokohama, Kanagawa prefecture. Ranked among one of the ‘world’s best small universities’ with a student population of just over 4,000, YCU’s campus community fosters global awareness and diversity among its students. Exchange students can study a range of subjects including business studies, economics, liberal arts and data sciences.
Pukyong National University
Busan, South Korea
Pukyong National University is located in Busan, a port city known for its beach and culture. As South Korea’s second largest city, it is well known for hiking opportunities, hot springs and tourism. PKNU offers students the opportunity to study at a large university with courses offered across many departments and faculties, and the chance to study in English, Korean or Chinese.
Srinakharinwirot University is a public university in the centre of Bangkok complied of four colleges and seventeen faculties across two campuses. SWU offers courses in the social sciences humanities, arts, environmental culture and ecotourism and business. Across the two campuses, SWU has 11 institutes and research centres, several computer labs, libraries, multimedia facilities, a fitness centre and theatre.
American University of Sharjah (AUS)
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
American University of Sharjah (AUS) is an independent, non-profit, American liberal arts university located in University City in the emirate of Sharjah, 10 miles from the city of Sharjah, the Cultural Capital of the Arab World. Founded in 1997, AUS has a very multicultural student body of approx.. 5,000 students from more than 94 countries. In addition to on campus accommodation, AUS’ campus consists of a sports complex, student centre, library, language and computer laboratories and digital studios. Academically, AUS offers students 26 majors, 48 minors as well as 16 master’s programmes.