International

Chung-Ang University is now aiming to become one of the leading education institutions in the world by 2018, its centennial year. It has already set an innovative pace in internationalizing its campus.

  • International Center
    • Welcome Message
    • Introduction to the Center
    • IC Staff & Contact
  • International partners
  • Student Exchange Program
    • Overview
    • Admission Procedures
    • Expenses & Scholarships
    • Visa & Immigration information
    • Housing
    • Buddy Program
    • Culture Activities
    • Admission
  • Courses in English
    • Seoul Campus
    • Anseong Campus
    • Graduate School of International Studies
    • Korean Language Courses
  • International Summer program
  • International winter program
  • Comments from Students
  • Download Forms

Current Location : CAU | International | Student Exchange Program | Housing

Housing

Housing

Exchange students are housed at the dormitories/apartments of the Seoul or Anseong campus, based on the conditions laid out in the exchange agreement.

Moving-in and moving-out dates

  • For the spring semester : last week of February (moving in) to third week of June (moving out)
  • For the fall semester : last week of August (moving in) to the third week of December (moving out)

These Dates are subject to change

University dormitory: Meals included in the cost

University dormitory the cost
Campus Room Type Cost per semester
Seoul 2 beds ₩1,280,000(without Mealplan)
Anseong 2 beds about ₩800,000(without mealplan)
*The Price is subject to change.
  • Seoul dormitory - deposit (100,000 KRW)
Facilities
  • LAN and Internet access available
  • Study rooms
  • Computer lab
  • TV with access to foreign TV channels (English, German, Chinese, and Japanese), along with vending machines at the lounge
  • A weight-training center, an aerobics room
  • Phone line accessible in each room
  • Convenience stores in each building
Guide to dormitory Life
  • When you have a problem or are encountering a difficulty, you are advised to ask your roommates or buddies for help before the dormitory supervisors. If the problem is not solved within the dormitory, you may ask the International Center for help.
  • Purchase of the dormitory meal plan is mandatory.
  • Compliance with the dormitory rules is required.
  • Notices of the dining schedule, dormitory events, and relevant rules will be posted on the bulletin board.
    You may also ask the dormitory supervisors for relevant information.
Facilities
  • PC room
  • Reading room
  • Lobby
  • Gym(located in the Welfare Building)
Guide to dormitory Life
  • When you have a problem or are encountering a difficulty, you are advised to ask the floor manager or personal buddy (Global Ambassador) for help before the dormitory supervisors. If the problem is not solved within the dormitory, you may ask the International Center for help.
  • Purchase of the dormitory meal plan is not mandatory. Compliance with the dormitory rules is required.
  • Notices of the dining schedule, dormitory events, and relevant rules will be posted on the bulletin board.
  • You may also ask the dormitory supervisors for relevant information.

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