To Foreign Students Considering Studying in Chuo University. JAPAN STUDY SUPPORT is a website jointly operated by The Asian Students Cultural Association and Benesse Corporation. It provides information about studying in Japan.
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Chuo University offers off-campus scholarships, i.e. scholarships of public/private scholarship foundations, and its own distinctive scholarships and tuition reduction programs.
International Dormitory: Shared by international students and Japanese students, the House is located an 8-minute walk from Toyoda Station on the JR Chuo Line.
Comprehensive Renters' Insurance for Foreign Students Studying in Japan: If international students cannot find a cosigner for accommodation, Chuo University will be the cosigner providing that the students join "Comprehensive Renters' Insurance for Foreign Students Studying in Japan."
Chuo University offers job search guidance and business seminars for international students.
Chuo University holds international events for Japanese and foreign students, such as "Sports events," "Snowboard & Ski Camp," "Peace Seminars in Nagasaki and Okinawa," and "Gatherings between alumni and international students." In addition, parent-teacher group meetings are held locally for parents of international students; so far these meetings have been held in Shanghai (China), Seoul (Korea), and Taipei (Taiwan).
The Chuo International House in Hino City opened in April 2011. It is a dorm shared by foreign and Japanese students and can accommodate 64 people.
During the Hakumon festival held every fall, exchange students serve their delicious homemade recipes at food stalls.
The 16th annual Peace Seminar in Okinawa, in 2013, allowed students to visit battlefields in Okinawa, and interact with students from the University of the Ryukyus, as well as members of the Chuo alumni and Parent Associations.