PEKING UNIVERSITY - CHINA - Beijing

CHINA - Beijing
 PEKING UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
3
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take Chinese language courses at the PKU School of Chinese as a Second Language and/or English
taught undergraduate courses in various Departments.
Limitations
Students are not allowed to attend classes held within double-degree programmes, graduate/master degree
programmes, and classes held at: the Health Science Center, the School of Software and Microelectronics, Faculties
with special prerequisites, tailor-made programmes, and the Shenzhen Graduate School.
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Chinese language, 500 words and linguistic elements in order to be able to communicate
effectively both through writing and through speaking in simple, daily life situations, is required. Proof of this knowledge
can be provided either through an HSK language certificate of (minimum) level 2 or by sitting a language test at the
university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which students can sit the Chinese language test at the Language Centre
will be published on the web page www.unibo.it/en/overseas. Alternatively, applicants may provide a level 2 HSK
certificate.
Students who want to take courses taught in English at PKU need to have a TOEFL iBT language certificate with an
overall score of at least 75 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with an overall score of at least 6.0.
Chinese taught courses are open to exchange students as well, but an HSK language certificate of level 6 with an overall
score of at least 181 is required.
Homepage
http://www.isd.pku.edu.cn/HOME.htm
Course catalogue
http://dean.pku.edu.cn/englishcourses/index.html
Exchange students who will attend the Chine School as Second Language are allowed to attend courses held in English,
but, for this kind of educational activities, they are allowed to obtain a maximum of 6 local credits per semester.
Calendar
Semesters
1st semester: September – mid-January
2nd semester: mid-February – mid-July
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



CHINA - Beijing
 CHINA UNIVERSITY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND LAW

Exchange places
3
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take Chinese language courses at the School of International Studies and/or a limited number of
courses in Chinese Law and in International Law taught in English; see “Course catalogue”.
Limitations
Courses of the China-EU Law School are not open to exchange students.
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Chinese language, 500 words and linguistic elements in order to be able to communicate
effectively both through writing and through speaking in simple, daily life situations, is required. Proof of this knowledge
can be provided by sitting a language test at the university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which students can sit
the Chinese language test at the Language Centre will be published on the web page www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
Alternatively, students may provide a level 2 HSK certificate.

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Students who want to take English taught courses at CUPL need to have a TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall
score of at least 70.
Homepage
http://web.cupl.edu.cn/
http://en.cupl.edu.cn/
Course catalogue
The course catalogue is not available at the moment. To draw up the study project, please refer to the course list of
the AY 2018/2019:
School of International Studies: Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law (2 local credits), Chinese Law and Society (2 local credits),
International Investment Law (2 local credits), Chinese Constitutional Law (2 local credits), Chinese Civil Law (2 local
credits), Chinese Culture and Law (2 local credits), Environment Law (2 local credits), International Trade Law (2 local
credits) (Fall semester).
Private International Law (2 local credits), Introduction to Chinese Legal system (2 local credits), Intellectual Property
Law (2 local credits), Criminal Justice in China (2 local credits), Judical System in China (2 local credits), Contemporary
Chinese Political Science and Society (2 local credits), Chinese Culture and Law (2 local credits), Chinese Labor Law (2
local credits), Chinese Contemporary Law (2 local credits), International Human Rights Law (2 local credits) (Spring
semester).
Credit units at CUPL reflect the number of lecture hours per week. Each semester comprises 18 weeks. Example: a
course of 2 credit units is a course with 2 x 18 = 36 lecture hours. When converting this system to our system with ECTS
credit units, one needs to take into account that the 25 study hours for 1 ECTS credit unit comprise both lectures and
study hours.
Calendar
Semesters:
Fall semester: September – mid-January
Spring semester: March – July
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



CHINA - Dalian
 DALIAN UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can only take Chinese language courses at the School of Chinese Studies.
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Chinese language, 500 words and linguistic elements in order to be able to communicate
effectively both through writing and through speaking in simple, daily life situations, is required. Proof of this knowledge
can be provided either through an HSK language certificate of (minimum) level 2 or by sitting a language test at the
university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which students can sit the Chinese language test at the Language Centre
will be published on the web page www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
Homepage
http://www.dlufl.edu.cn/
Course catalogue
http://scs.dlufl.edu.cn/
http://scs.dlufl.edu.cn/z/index-2.html?locale=en_US&locale=en_US&language=en&country=US
Calendar
Semesters:
1st semester: September – January
2nd semester: March – July
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



CHINA – Hong Kong
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CITY UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can only take English taught undergraduate courses published on the following webpage
http://www.admo.cityu.edu.hk/exchange_visiting/exchange/info/.
Warning: to take Law courses exchange students need to have a weighted average of 28.
Language requirements
A TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 79 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with
an overall score of at least 6.5 is required. For students who want to take Law courses a TOEFL IBT language certificate
with an overall score of at least 100 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with an overall score of at least 7 is
required.
Home page
http://www.cityu.edu.hk/gso
Course catalogue
On       the     following     webpage,       please     see    “Course      Information    and    Class    Schedule”:
http://www.admo.cityu.edu.hk/exchange_visiting/exchange/. Students are required to obtain at least 12 local credits
per semester (max 18)
Calendar
Semester A: end August – end December ; Semester B: January – end May
http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/arro/ac_calendar.asp
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



TAIWAN - Taipei
 NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
6
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take Chinese language courses “NTU General Chinese Course” www.oia.ntu.edu.tw/study-at-
ntu/why-study-at-ntu/learning-chinese.
Students can also take English-taught undergraduate and graduate courses. Chinese-taught courses are open to exchange
students as well, but an HSK language certificate of level 4 is required www.oia.ntu.edu.tw/study-at-ntu/why-study-
at-ntu/courses.
Limitations
Exchange students are not allowed to attend courses held at the College of Medicine, whereas they are allowed to
attend courses at the Department of Anthropology only if held in English.
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Chinese language, 500 words and linguistic elements in order to be able to communicate
effectively both through writing and through speaking in simple, daily life situations, is required. Proof of this knowledge
can be provided either through an HSK language certificate of (minimum) level 2 or by sitting a language test at the
university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which students can sit the Chinese language test at the Language Centre
will be published on the web page www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
Students who want to take English taught courses at PKU need to have a TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall
score of at least 75 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with an overall score of at least 6.0.
Chinese taught courses are open to exchange students as well, but an HSK language certificate of level 4 is required.
Homepage
www.oia.ntu.edu.tw
Course catalogue
http://nol2.aca.ntu.edu.tw/nol/guest/index.php

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Calendar
Semesters:
1st semester: beginning of September – mid-January
2nd semester: mid-January – end of June
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus. www.oia.ntu.edu.tw/study-at-ntu/why-study-at-ntu/accommodation.



INDIA - Kolkata
 JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take undergraduate and graduate courses in “Arts”. It is possible to pick courses from only one
Department.
Language requirements
A TOEFL IBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 79 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with
an overall score of at least 6.5 is required.
Homepage
http://www.jaduniv.edu.in/newindex.htm
Course catalogue
All the Arts degree programs are available on the following webpage http://www.jaduniv.edu.in/newindex.htm.
Students need to press “Admission” and select the voice “Course”. To find out which are the courses, students need to
press “Academics” on the Homepage, select “Departments – Arts” and then choose the single course (for ex. Philosophy).
The courses list is indicated as “syllabus”.
Calendar
Semesters:
1st semester: July – December
2nd semester: January – June
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.


INDIA – Greater Noida (New Delhi)
 SHIV NADAR UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take Chinese-taught courses at the Schools of: Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences,
Natural Sciences, and Management and Entrepreneurship.
Language requirements
A TOEFL iBT language certificate with overall score of at least 79 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with an
overall score of at least 6.5 is required.
Homepage
www.snu.edu.in
Course catalogue
The course catalogue is not available at the moment, it is possible to find out the academic offering on the Departments
webpage.
Calendar
Semesters:
Monsoon semester: August – mid-December
Spring semester: January – mid-May
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Accommodation
On-campus accommodation facilities are available.

INDIA – Bangalore
 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools and Department open to exchange students
Exchange students are allowed to attend both undergraduate and graduate courses held at the following Departments:
Division of Biological Sciences, Division of Chemical Sciences, Division of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Science
(EECS), Division of Interdisciplinary Research, Division of Mechanical Sciences, and Division of Physical and Mathematical
Sciences.
There are not specific restrictions, the student will be assigned to a particular Department or Programme on the basis
of his/her educational background.
Language requirements
Exchange students are requested to provide an English language certificate: either a TOEFL iBT with a minimum overall
score of 79, or an IELTS (Academic) with a minimum overall score of 6.5.
Homepage
https://www.iisc.ac.in/
Course catalogue
https://www.iisc.ac.in/courses/
Calendar
Semesters: August – December (1st Term) and January – April (2nd Term).
https://www.iisc.ac.in/wp-content/upload/2017/08/ACADEMIC_EVENTS-2017-18.pdf
Accommodation
On-campus accommodation is available.

SOUTH KOREA – Seoul
 SOGANG UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
4
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students are allowed to attend all Undergraduate courses. Exchange students who have already completed
their Bachelor’s degree (Corso di Laurea, primo ciclo) are allowed to attend courses at the Graduate School of
International Studies, at the Graduate School, and at the Graduate School of Business.
To verify which courses are available for exchange students, please consult the web page mentioned below under
“Course catalogue” and apply the filter “Courses for exchange students”.
Restrictions
The courses from the following faculties are not open to exchange students: Law School, Graduate School of Technology,
Graduate School of Media, Graduate School of Management of Technology, Graduate School of Public Policy, Graduate
School of Economics, Graduate School of Education, Graduate School of Mass Communication and Graduate School of
Information & Technology.
Language requirements
A TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 79 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with
an overall score of at least 6.5 is required. For students who want to take Korean language taught courses a TOPIK
language certificate of level 4 is required.
Homepage
http://goabroad.sogang.ac.kr/
Course catalogue
http://sis109.sogang.ac.kr/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/zcmw9016?sap-language=EN#
(to find out which courses are open for exchange students, please use the filter “courses for exchange students”)
Calendar
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Semesters:
Fall semester: end of August – December
Spring semester: March – June
http://wwwe.sogang.ac.kr/academic/academic_calendar.jsp
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



REPUBBLIC OF SINGAPORE – Singapore
 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students are allowed to attend undergraduate courses (modules) held at the following Schools: Faculty of Arts
& Social Sciences (FASS), Faculty of Engineering (FoE), Faculty of Science (FoS), School of Computing (SoC), and School
of Design & Environment (SDE). Each module is matched with a code, composed of either two or three letters followed
by four numbers, the first one indicating the course year. Exchange students are allowed to take courses whose code
ranges from 1000 to 3000.
Limitations
Only NUS students are allowed to attend courses whose code is 4000, 5000, or 6000. Moreover, this module-based system
foresees that students complete certain courses as prerequisites, called “prerequisite modules”; please, consult the
following web page: http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/education-at-nus/modular-system.html.
In some cases, NUS is willing to assess courses completed at the University of Bologna as equivalent to their
prerequisites.
Courses in Economics held at the Faculty of Arts 6 Social Sciences are open only to undergraduate students.
Exchange students are not allowed to attend courses held at the following Schools: Department of Pharmacy of the
Faculty of Science, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, University Scholar Programme, School of Continuing and
Lifelong Education, NUS Law, NUS Business School, Department of Psychology, Department of Southeast Asian Studies,
NUS Risk Management Institute, Medicine, Computer Science, School of Architecture. Furthermore, Exchange students
are not allowed to take modules whose prefix is GEK, GEM, and SSA.
All the restrictions are listed at the following link: http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/info/info/Non-Graduating-Module-
Restrictions.pdf. Please, consult this page carefully so to be sure that the courses selected are available for Exchange
students and are not subject to restrictions.
Language requirements
Exchange students are requested to provide a TOEFL iBT with a minimum overall score of 79. Alternatively, Exchange
students may provide an IELTS (Academic) certificate with a minimum overall score of 6.5.
Homepage
www.nus.edu.sg/gro
Course catalogue
http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/info/ng/NG-Modules.pdf
At the following page, you may find short descriptions of the modules:
http://www.nus.edu.sg/nusbulletin/search-modules/
Timetables are updated in July and in November every year and are available at the following web page:
https://webrb.nus.sg/ctt/builder.aspx.
At NUS, credits are called Modular Credits (MCs). Exchange students are requested to obtain an amount of credits ranging
from 12 MCs (approximatively, 3 modules) to 20 MCs (approximatively. 5 modules) per semester.
Calendar
Semesters: beginning of August – beginning of December (1st semester) and beginning of January – beginning of May (2nd
Semester)
Accommodation
On-campus accommodation is available. The access to on-campus accommodation facilities is subject to availability.




JAPAN - Kyoto

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DOSHISHA UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
There are two different programs available for exchange students: Center for Global Education/CGE (which offers
English taught courses on Japanese culture and society) or Center for Japanese Language and Culture/CJLC (intensive
program of Japanese culture and language, in which all courses are taught in Japanese). Exchange students need to
check which center they would like to join and choose one out of the two.
CGE program offers courses in “Humanities”, “Social Sciences” e “Natural and Human Sciences”. Students who want to
join CGE program are also allowed to enroll in elementary Japanese language course (max 3 local credits per semester).
In some case CJLC students who earn excellent score on “Japanese Placement Test” will be allowed to attend some
regular undergraduate programs at Doshisha University (Students can sit the Placement Test after their arrival at
Doshisha) .
Language requirements
Students who want to apply for this University are required to have studied Japanese for at least one year.
A basic knowledge of the Japanese language is required. Proof of this knowledge can be provided either through an
JLPT 5 language certificate or by sitting a language test at the university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which
students can sit the Japanese language test at the Language Centre will be published on the web page
www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
A TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 61 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with
an overall score of at least 5.0 is also required.
Homepage
http://www.doshisha.ac.jp/en/index.html
http://intad.doshisha.ac.jp/en/exchange/exchange.html
Course catalogue
Center for Global Education (CGE): http://intad.doshisha.ac.jp/en/exchange/cge_curriculum.html
Center for Japanese Language and Culture (CJLC): http://intad.doshisha.ac.jp/en/exchange/curriculum.html
Calendar
 Semesters:
Spring semester: beginning of April – beginning of August
Fall semester: mid-September – mid-February
Students who wish to start their mobility in the first semester will leave in September, whereas students who wihs to
start their mobility in the seconds semester will leave in April.
The academic calendar is inverted compared to Bologna, but exchange students will follow the Italian one.
http://intad.doshisha.ac.jp/en/exchange/about/guidance.html
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



JAPAN - Osaka
 KANSAI GAIDAI UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
Full academic year or one semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can study Asian and Japanese languages and cultures (Asian Studies Program). This program offers
also some general courses of Economics, Sociology, Religion, History and Political Sciences: all these courses put the
focus on Japan and Asian Area and they are taught in English.
Kansai Gaidai University offers only undergraduate and upper level undergraduate courses.
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Japanese language is required. Proof of this knowledge can be provided either through an
JLPT 5 language certificate or by sitting a language test at the university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which

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students can sit the Japanese language test at the Language Centre will be published on the web page
www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
Furthermore a TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 79 is required from all the students
applying.
Homepage
http://www.kansaigaidai.ac.jp
http://www.kansaigaidai.ac.jp/asp/
Course catalogue
http://www.kansaigaidai.ac.jp/asp/03_academics/06.html
Calendar
Semesters:
1st semester: end of August – end of December
2nd semester: end of January – end of May
http://www.kansaigaidai.ac.jp/asp/03_academics/01.html
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.




JAPAN – Kyoto
 KYOTO UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES

Exchange places
3
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take courses within the Program “Course in Japanese Studies for International Students”
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Japanese language is required. Proof of this knowledge can be provided either through a JLPT
5 language certificate or by sitting a language test at the university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which students
can sit the Japanese language test at the Language Centre will be published at the web page www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
Homepage
http://www.kufs.ac.jp/en/partner/index.html
http://www.kufs.ac.jp/english_site/exchange/index.html
Course catalogue
http://www.kufs.ac.jp/en/partner/pdf/guideline.pdf
http://www.kufs.ac.jp/en/partner/index.html
Calendar
Semesters:
Fall semester: September – January
Spring semester: March –July
The academic calendar is inverted compared to Bologna, but exchange students will follow the Italian one: students
who wish to start their mobility in the 1st semester will leave in September, whereas those who wish to start their
mobility in the 2nd semester will leave in March.
http://www.kufs.ac.jp/en/partner/pdf/calendar2018.pdf
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.


JAPAN – Nagoya
 NAGOYA UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
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Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students are allowed to attend all the courses offered by the NUPACE Program, open to exchange students.
This programme includes a wide-range series of courses held in English concerning the Japan area/Intercultural studies
and Japanese language courses. Furthermore, exchange students are allowed to select courses held at the Nagoya
University Global 30 International Programmes (G30 Programnmes).
Restrictions
The courses of the School of Medicine are not open to exchange students.
Language requirements
A TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 79 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with
an overall score of at least 6.0 is required.
Only Exchange students who wish to attend courses held in Japanese are requested to provide an N1 JLPT certificate.
Homepage
http://nupace.iee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/academic/syllabus.html
Course catalogue
http://nupace.iee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/academic/syllabus.html
http://admission.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/
Calendar
Semesters:
Spring semester: April – August
Autumn semester: October – February
The academic calendar is inverted compared to Bologna, but exchange students will follow the Italian one: students
who wish to start their mobility in the 1st semester will leave in October, whereas those who wish to start their mobility
in the 2nd semester will leave in April.
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.



JAPAN - Tokyo
 AOYAMA GAKUIN UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take courses at: Aoyama Camupus (Shibuya, Tokyo) and Sagamihara Campus (Fuchinobe,
Kanagawa). Both Campuses host courses of Japanese language and culture.
At Aoyama Campus, both Laurea and Laurea magistrale students can only take undergraduate courses at the
Departments of: Literature, Education, Psychology & Human Studies, Economics, Law, Business, International Politics,
Economics & Communication, Cultural and Creative Studies.
At Sagamihara Campus both Laurea and Laurea magistrale students can only take undergraduate courses at the
Departments and School of: Science & Engineering and Schools of Informatics and Global Studies and Collaboration
(Japan Studies Program).
Restrictions
All the graduate courses are not open to exchange students. MBA program, Physical Education, Teacher's Certificate
courses, Foreign Language courses for Japanese students and also some courses of Education are restricted for exchange
students.
Language requirements
A basic knowledge of the Japanese language is required. Proof of this knowledge can be provided either through an
JLPT 5 language certificate or by sitting a language test at the university’s Language Centre CLA. The dates in which
students can sit the Chinese language test at the Language Centre will be published on the web page
www.unibo.it/en/overseas.
Also a TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 68 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate
with an overall score of at least 5.5 is required.
Homepage
http://www.aoyama.ac.jp/
http://web.iec.aoyama.ac.jp/foreigner/exchange/overview
Course catalogue
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http://syllabus.aoyama.ac.jp/
http://www.iec.aoyama.ac.jp/foreigner/exchange/course
Exchange students are expected to attend courses for an amount of at least 14 local credits per semester.
Calendar
http://web.iec.aoyama.ac.jp/foreigner/exchange/calendar
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.




JAPAN - Tokyo
 TOYO UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students are allowed to attend courses at the Hakusan Campus at the following Schools: Faculty of Letters,
Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Sociology, Faculty of Global and
Regional Studies, and Faculty International Tourism Management. Exchange students are also allowed to attend a course
in Japanese language and culture offered within the “Nihongo for Exchange Students at Toyo” Programme.
Language requirements
Exchange students are requested to provide a TOEFL iBT with a minimum overall score of 79. Alternatively, students
may provide an IELTS (Academic) certificate with a minimum overall score of 6.5.
Only Exchange students who wish to attend courses held in Japanese are requested to provide an N1 level JPLT
certificate.
Hompage
http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/english-ep/overview.html
Course catalogue
http://www.toyo-.ac.jp/site/english-ep/english.html
http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/english-ep/e-index.html
http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/english-ep/nest.html
ATTENTION: The courses’ list is just approximate. Before leaving, selected students will define their study plan once
they provide all the documents necessary to their mobility.
Calendar
Semesters: September – January (Fall Semester) and April – August (Spring Semester)
http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/english-ep/calendar.html
Exchange students will follow the Italian academic calendar: applicants who choose to start their mobility in the 1st
semester will leave in September, whereas applicants who choose to start their mobility in the 2nd semester will leave
in April.
Accommodation
On-campus accommodation is available.

VIETNAM – Hanoi
 HANOI UNIVERSITY

Exchange places
2
Duration
One semester (either 1st or 2nd semester)
Schools or Departments open to exchange students
Exchange students can take English-taught undergraduate and single-cycle Master’s degree courses from the following
Faculties: Business Management, Finance and Banking, Accounting, Tourism Management, Information Technology,
International Studies.
Language requirements
A TOEFL iBT language certificate with an overall score of at least 79 or an IELTS (Academic) language certificate with
an overall score of at least 6.5 is required.
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Homepage
www.hanu.vn
http://internationaloffice.hanu.vn/Default.aspx
Course catalogue
Please refer to the course list under the heading “List of available courses”.
At this University, 1 credit is equivalent to a 40-hour workload, comprehending 15 hours of lectures, 25 hours of
autonomous study. By comparing this system with our CFU/ECTS, 25 hours are equal to 1 CFu/ECTS, including both the
hours of lectures and the hours of autonomous study.
Calendar
Semesters:
1st semester: mid-August – January
2nd semester: mid-January – July
Accommodation
It is possible to apply for a dormitory on-campus.

VIETNAM - Hanoi
 HANOI UNIVERSITY: list of available courses

Warning: the course list below is just an orientation guideline. Selected students will define the Learning Agreement
before leaving.

BA in International Studies


     Code                                Course Title                         Credits
    VIE101      Marxist Philosophy                                              7.5
    VIE111      Basic IT                                                         3
    ENG101      English Language I                                              20
    VIE303      VN Communist Party                                              4.5
    ENG102      English Language II                                             20
    VIE215      HCM’s Thought                                                    3
    ENG203      English Language III                                            20
     FIS103     World’s History                                                  4
     FIS105     Comparative Political Systems                                    5
     FIS106     Civil Society                                                    5
     FIS302     VN Legal System                                                  3
     FIS101     Micro Economics                                                  5
     FIS102     Macro Economics                                                  5
     FIS104     Sociology                                                        5
     FIS108     Globalization                                                    5
     FIS304     Public administration                                            5
     FIS201     International Law                                                5
     FIS202     International Relations                                          5
     FIS203     International Business                                           5
     FIS107     International Economics                                          5
     FIS208     Development Economics                                            5
     FIS207     Public Finance and Development Policy                            5
     FIS303     Gender and Development                                           4
     FIS305     European Security
     FIS209     VN Economic Institutional Reform                                 4
     FIS210     Environment & Climate Change in VN                               5
     FIS205     US Foreign Policy                                                5
     FIS204     VN Foreign Policy                                                5
     FIS109     Research Methodology                                             5
     FIS205     Human Rights and National Policies                               4
     FIS110     Project management                                               5




BA in Information Technology

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Code                                  Course Title   Credits
    ENG107        English I                                 20
    ENG108        English II                                20
    ENG209        English III                               20
    MAT201        Calculus                                  5
    MAT207        Algebra                                   5
    DMP221        Discrete Mathematics                      5
    PCP222        Principles of Computing                   5
    IPG223        Introduction to Programming               5
    POS226        Principles of Operating Systems           5
    MAT306        Statistic and Probability                 5
    DSA324        Data Structures and Algorithms            5
    PPL325        Principle of Programming Languages        5
    NAT327        Computer Networks                         5
    IST332        Information Systems                       5
    DBS328        Database Systems                          5
    NSE334        Network Security                          5
    SEG330        Software Engineering                      5
    AIT431        Artificial Intelligence                   5
    SAD329        System Analysis and Design                5
    SS1346        Special Subject I                         3
    SS2447        Special Subject II                        3
    NET451        Programming with .NET                     5
    JAV445        Programming with JAVA                     5
    PJM436        Project Management                        5
    HCI333        Human Computer Interaction                5
    EBZ437        E-business                                5
    AIW441        Internet and Web Services                 5
    ISD440        IS design and implementation              5
    IPT449        Industry Practice                         4
    GPJ450        Graduation Project                        10



Faculty of Management and Tourism

    Financial Statement Analysis
    Investment porfolio management
    Entrepreneurship
    Financial risk management
    Business communication
    Advanced financial report
    E-marketing
    Front office management
    Tourism guiding skills
    Tourism enterprise management
    Sustainable tourism
    Organizational behavior
    Business modeling
    Service marketing
    Finacial system
    Financial and monetary theory
    Bank management
    Human resource management
    Tourism marketing
    Tourism geography
    Travel management
    MICE Tourism
    Business law
    Principles of marketing
    Statistics for economics

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Principles of accounting
     Introduction to management
     Calculus



English taught courses available from other curricula


     Code                                         Subjects                          Credits
     VIE303      Revolutionary Guidelines of Communist Party of Vietnam               4.5
     VIE117      Principles of Marxism-Leninism                                       7.5
     VIE406      Ho Chi Minh Ideology                                                 3
     VIE210      Introduction to Linguistics                                          3
     VIE108      Vietnamese                                                           3
     VIE107      Introduction to Vietnamese Culture                                   3
    ENG101       English I                                                            12
    ENG102       English II                                                           20
    ENG203       English III                                                          20
    ENG204       English IV                                                           20
     VIE113      Physical Education                                                   5
     VIE214      National Defense Education
     VIE212      Basic Computer Skills                                                4
     VIE114      Study Skills                                                         2
    ENG416A      Knowledge Enhancement for Interpreting & Translation                 3
    ENG416B      Knowledge Enhancement for Cross-Cultural Studies & Civilizations     2
    ENG417       Conference Interpreting Simulation                                   2
    ENG424       Interpreting & Translation Project                                   5
    ENG310       Cross-Cultural Studies & Civilizations                               3
    ENG408       English Grammar 1                                                    3
    ENG409       English Grammar 2                                                    3
    ENG411       English Literature                                                   6
    ENG312       Interpreting & Translation Theory                                    2
    ENG306       English Phonetics & Phonology                                        3
    ENG307       English Lexicology                                                   3
     SFL317      Second Foreign Language 1                                            10
     SFL418      Second Foreign Language 2                                            10
    ENG313       Interpreting & Translation 1                                         10
    ENG414       Interpreting & Translation 2                                         10
    ENG415       Interpreting & Translation 3                                         10
    ENG213       Contrastive Analysis                                                 2




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