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CAU’s Office of International Affairs Provides Early Adaptation Program for CK-II New & Transfer International Students

Name 관리자 Date 2018.03.06 Hit 429


Chung-Ang University (CAU)’s Office of International Affairs (OIA) held an early adaptation program targeting 2018-first semester CK-II new and transfer international students in the auditorium (Room  B501) located at Centennial Hall, also known as Building 310, at 10 a.m. on Feb 26th, 2018 (Mon).

This event was proceeded according to the following order: (i) a welcome speech, delivered by the Executive Director of the OIA, (ii) a senior students’ talk session which contained their life experience in Korea as an international student, (iii) a guide to the immigration law, (iv) the useful information regarding daily life in Korea, (v) a guide to CAU campus life, (vi) and a training session concerning crime prevention and safety promotion. Approximately 300 new and transfer international students attended this program which lasted about seven hours in total.


Executive Director Hong Jun-hyun of the OIA delivered his welcome speech, saying, “My warmest welcome goes to each and every one of you who just became a member of CAU. The motive and objective may vary, however, I gently ask all of you to focus on your goal to the end of your study program and fulfill your dream. I wish you the best of luck and success.”


The OIA, through the early adaptation program, introduced major difficulties of living in Korea and studying at CAU that former and existing international students faced to new international students so that they can better adapt to a new campus life in Korea. On top of this, during the training session on crime prevention and safety promotion, the OIA, in partnership with Seoul Dongjak Police Station, informed students of how to report a crime, how to respond to a crime, and crime types that foreign students frequently face in Korea. This session was designed to help them to concentrate on their studies in a safe environment.

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