Kyung Hee University
Democratization of School, Ideas, and Living|
Toward a New Civilization
A Civilized World
|Location||Seoul and Suwon, South Korea|
245 acres (99 ha) (Seoul campus)
510 acres (210 ha) (Global campus)
12 acres (4.9 ha) (Gwangneung campus)
|Nickname||Lion with Graceful Smile|
|Kyung Hee University|
|Revised Romanization||Gyeonghui Daehakgyo|
Kyung Hee University（Korean: 경희대학교) is one of the best private university encompassing an educational system from kindergarten to graduate school with campuses in Seoul, Yongin, Hongneung, and Gwangneung (on the outskirts of Namyangju city), South Korea. Kyung Hee University has 24 colleges, 82 departments and majors, 65 master's and 63 doctorate programs, 18 professional and special graduate schools, and 43 auxiliary research institutions. The university counts Slavoj Žižek, Jason Barker and Emanuel Pastreich among its international professors. Kyung Hee University has Kyung Hee Cyber University (KHCU), which shares a university campus. There are 529 overseas exchange universities in 78 countries including Harvard University, Cambridge University, Berkeley University, and Tokyo University.
- 1 History
- 2 University Identity
- 3 Academics
- 4 Affiliated Organization
- 5 Programs
- 6 Research institutes
- 7 Medical Center
- 8 Ranking
- 9 Notable alumni
- 10 Dormitories
- 11 Heerang
- 12 Transportation
- 13 See also
- 14 References
- 15 External links
- 16 Medical institution Medical Care Benefits
Kyung Hee was founded in 1949 by Dr. Young Seek Choue,first president of Kyung Hee University，whose founding philosophy was "Toward a New Civilization." The university hosted the 1968 conference of the International Association of University Presidents, first proposed in 1981 the UN International Day of Peace, organized the 1999 Seoul International Conference of NGOs, held the 2009 World Civic Forum, ran the 2011 UNAI-Kyung Hee International Symposium, and has spearheaded the Global Common Society movement.
In 1993 Kyung Hee received the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education.:p. 53 In 2006, Kyung Hee and the University of Pennsylvania initiated the Penn-Kyung Hee Collaborative Summer Program:p. 458 and two years later a formal Global Collaborative with Peking, Ritsumeikan, and Moscow State universities; the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs; and the Conference of NGOs (CoNGO).
Kyung Hee's interdisciplinary bio-medical cluster maintains one of the world's leading research programs for the study of oriental medicine and its application to contemporary medical treatment in tandem with Western approaches, including the world's first successful drug-free acupunctural anesthesia demonstration in 1972.
The university celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2009.The anniversary of Kyung Hee University is on May 18
On Nov, 2013,Kyung Hee University had success of project with launch of miniaturized satellite 'Cinema 2 · 3'.
On Sep, 2013,Kyung Hee University established KHU Wi-Fi system for campus.
On Feb, 2013 Kyung Hee University held a joint entrance ceremony (new student campus march first introduced).
As of 2011 Kyung Hee University maintained sister relationships with 402 universities in 68 countries.:p. 457
On May 12, kyung hee university was founded in 1949
Four-year college or university on December 9, 1952 formally established
On March 31, 1954 set up college
On March 1, 1960 by the emerging university change to kyung hee university
On April 27, 1965, Oriental medical university merged.
To set up the suwon campus in 1979
In 1999 completed peace palace
From suwon campus in 2007 to the international campus
The Graduate School of Kyung Hee University was established in 1954. Its educational goals are to provide maximum support for and guarantee the self-discipline of the study of creative and scholarly studies. Through the whole person education, emotional education, science education, democratic education, qualified personnel to cultivate social needs. To cultivate talents with independent research capabilities, cultivate talents with international competitiveness, and make contributions to building a democratic and welfare society.
Cho Yeongsik（조영식）（1921.11.22 ~ 2012.2.18)1955~1961
Go Byeongguk（고병국） 1961~1963
Cho Yeongsik（조영식）（1921.11.22 ~ 2012.2.18)1963~1980
Sim Taesik（심태식）(1923.4.27 ~ )1982-1985
Bag Yangwon（박양원）(1921.2.10 ~ 2007.12.6)1985-1988
Cho Yeongsik（조영식）（1921.11.22 ~ 2012.2.18)1988-1993
Gong Yeongil（공영일）（1931.9.13 ~ )1993-1996
Cho Chungwon（조정원）(1947.12.10 ~ )1996-2003
Kim Byeongmuk（김병묵）(1943.5.19 ~ )2003-2006
Cho Inwon（조인원）(1954.10.31 ~ )2006~
The symbol is the Chinese character for "university" and has a world map in the background. This symbolizes Kyung Hee's vision for globalization as well as an open mind and humanism for the world.
The character mark visualizes the Kyung Hee Spirit with the dignified mane of the Laughing Lion, the torch which sheds light on the truth, and the dove, an international symbol of peace. Sports teams and various University promotional products use the character mark to proliferate Kyung Hee's brand value throughout the world.
Magnolia is the official flower of Kyung Hee University and the Magnolia logo embodies the qualities that Kyung Hee stands for such as resilience, beauty, generosity, and unity. Along with the other character mark of the University, the Laughing Lion, the Magnolia represents the cultural aspect of Kyung Hee.
The undergraduate education system is four years, the medical profession is six years, and the postgraduate education system is three years. Each year is divided into spring term and autumn term. The spring term is the first semester of each school year. It begins in the first week of March and ends in the second week of June; the fall semester is the second semester of each school year. It begins in the first week of September and ends in the last week of December. The third week of May is Magnolia Festival, and May 18th is the anniversary day.
- Graduate Schools
- Graduate School of Business
- Graduate School of Education
- Graduate School of Public Policy and Civic Engagement
- Graduate School of Journalism and Communication
- Graduate School of Physical Education
- Graduate School of Technology Management
- Graduate School of International Legal Affairs
- Graduate School of Pan-Pacific International Studies**
- Graduate School of East-West Medical Science
- Graduate Institute of Peace Studies**
- Graduate School of Tourism
- Graduate School of Art and Fusion Design
- Professional Graduate School of Medicine
- Professional Graduate School of Dentistry
- Law School
- Graduate School of Biotechnology
Schools & Colleges
- School of English :
- English Language and Linguistics
- English Literature
- English Interpretation and Translation
- College of Law :
- School of Law
- College of Politics and Economics :
- Political Science & International Relations
- Public Administration
- International Business and Trade
- Journalism and Communication
- College of Management:
- Business Administration
- Accounting & Taxation
- College of Hotel & Tourism
- School of Hospitality Management :
- Hotel Management
- Convention Management
- Food Service Management
- Culinary and Service Management
- Tourism :
- Tourism Management
- Cultural Tourism Contents
- College of Science :
- Information Display
- College of Human Ecology :
- Child and Family Studies
- Housing and Interior Design
- Clothing and Textiles
- Food and Nutrition
- College of Medicine :
- College of Korean Medicine :
- Korean Medicine
- College of Dentistry :
- College of Pharmacy :
- Oriental Pharmaceutical Science
- Pharmaceutical Science
- College of Nursing Science :
- College of Music :
- Vocal Music
- Instrumental Music
- College of Fine Arts :
- School of Fine Arts
- Korean Painting
- Drawing and Painting
- School of Dance :
- School of Dance
- Korean Dance
- Contemporary Dance
- Department of Global Eminence :
- Global Eminence
- Global Leader
- Global Business
- College of Engineering :
- Mechanical Engineering
- Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Advanced Materials Engineering for Information & Electronics
- Civil Engineering
- Architecture Engineering
- Environmental Science & Environmental Engineering
- College of Electronics & Information :
- Electronics and Radio Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- College of Applied Sciences :
- Applied Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Applied Chemistry
- Astronomy & Space Science
- College of Life Sciences :
- Genetic Engineering
- Food Science and Biotechnology
- Oriental Medicinal Materials & Processing
- Plant & Environment and New Resources
- Horticultural Biotechnology
- College of International Studies :
- International Studies
- College of Foreign Language and Literature :
- School of Global Communication :
- English Language & Literature
- English Culture
- College of Art & Design (Global):
- Industrial Design
- Visual Information Design
- Landscape Architecture
- Textile and Clothing Design
- Digital Contents
- Postmodern Music
- Theater and Film
- Ceramic Arts
- College of Physical Education :
- Physical Education
- Sports Medicine
- Golf Management
- The School of East-West Medical Science
- East-West Medical Science
School of Hospitality Management
The kyung hee university is famous for their hotel management and business administration majors, which are really attractive for local students and even foreign students to learn. Most of the exchange students will take these two majors as their wish. Now KHU is introducing hotel tourist management as a new major, that means they are divided the basic majors into more details, applying students more choices, the school also add English track lessons to foreign students, which is better improving the relationship with professors and foreign students .meanwhile The kyung Hee University provide English track as well, which attracts lots of foreign students to come.
Each semester since December 2011, Kyung Hee University has sent exchange students to 434 sister universities in 69 countries throughout the world. Various types of scholarships are available and students are sent for one semester or one year, depending on their majors. Approximately 500 students are chosen to participate each year. It has been acknowledged to be one of the top 5 exchange programs in Korea.
- Technology and Management
- International Legal Affairs
Natural History Museum
Kyung Hee University's Natural History Museum is a museum established and operated by Kyung Hee University. It opened on June 13, 1978, and houses some 70,000 specimens and natural materials such as rocks, minerals, mammals, birds, insects, fish, and plants. Each category includes 1,200 rock and mineral samples, 5,000 bird and mammal samples, 50,000 insect specimens, and 4,000 plant specimens.
It will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and group visits can be booked on the website. (Closed day : The entry fee is free of charge for the current day, national holidays, and the anniversary of the foundation (5.18).
Kyung Hee University Central Museum
It was opened in October 1955 and later moved to the fourth floor of the central library building in November 1966 when the central library was completed. In 2001, it was registered as the 1st National Museum of Korea (Ministry of Culture and Tourism Registration No. 193) and then recommissioned and computerized the collections and launched the Internet search service in January 2004.
Kyung Hee University Hye Jung Museum
The Hyejeong Museum is the first high-level museum to be established in Korea. From the 11th century to the 20th century, it has the largest collection of materials produced in Korea, including antique maps, lightings, related historical materials, and related historical materials. He introduced a map made in the West for the first time in Korea, and created a new biography that can objectively illuminate Korea's image on the map.
The Dept. of Physical Education at KHU was set up as the Dept. of Physical Education in Korea in 1949, and became a stepping stone to play a pivotal role in Korean Physical education. It was promoted to the college of Physical education upon completing the construction of the largest gym in Asia in 1955. The doctoral program was opened in 1980 for the first ever time in Korea. Currently, five departments are operated within the college of Physical education: Physical Edu, Sports medicine, coaching, Golf management and Taekwondo.
Founded in 1948 as Dongyang College and reorganized in 1965 into the Kyung Hee College of Korean Medicine (KHKM), KHKM is one of eleven Korean medical colleges in the country, dedicated to the study of traditional medical practice. In 1972 its researchers demonstrated a drug-free acupunctural anesthesia. In 1998 Kyung Hee established the International Studies of Korean Medicine to broaden its reach to international scholars. The following year it established the Graduate School of East-West Medicine Science (GSM) in order to blend Eastern and Western diagnostic methods. The College of Korean Medicine and the Graduate School of Medicine have integrated the two traditions within the Kyung Hee Medical Center and active collaboration occurs between the college and the biomedical engineering department on acupuncture therapy, chronic medical conditions, palsy, and geriatric diseases.
The medical center is divided into the General Hospital, Dental Hospital, Korean Medicine Hospital, East-West Medical Center, and the Medical Science Research Institute. In a 1999 study, the Kyung Hee Korean medicine curriculum consisted of 60 percent Eastern and 40 percent Western research and practice. The college had an intake of 780 students and 54 professors, 13 East-West integrated clinics, and 10 basic and 10 clinical departments.
The traditional medicine department has formal ties with the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, China Medical University in Taiwan, Hong Kong Baptist University, Meiji University, and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
The Global Collaborative is a summer program that allows international students to attend classes led by scholars and engage in discussions about global governance and sustainability. The Global Collaborative is co-run by the University of Pennsylvania, Peking University, Ritsumeikan University and Moscow State University with the cooperation of the United Nations and the Conference of NGOs (CoNGO). Through research, education and modules on global governance, or sustainability and the environment, international students collaborate on research projects.
The curriculum underscores the environment and human society for future leadership. The Global Collaborative offers two strands of each four weeks: "Global Governance & East Asian Civilization" and "Sustainable Development for a Greener Planet."
World Civic Forum
Run as a join initiative with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the World Civic Forum (WCF) is a global institution that brings together academic institutions, international organizations, civil society, governments, the business sector and the media to create programs in education, research and practice related to the challenges of making the world a better place to live.
World Civic Youth Forum
Held concurrently with the World Civic Forum, the World Civic Youth Forum strand focuses youth on contemporary global issues, civic values, engagement, and action.
Global Service Corps
The Global Service Corps emphasizes peace studies in new forms of public service. Launched in September 2010, effort is placed on volunteering, social responsibility, social services, and regional and global engagement in areas such as rural farming communities, environment protection, and medical treatment of the disadvantaged. The program aims to seek means to address institutional engagement in global problems through research, education and practice, and media. Collaborations are with the United Nations, international NGOs, corporations, and other organizations.
Global Studio Network
The Global Student Network links by the internet diverse institutes and individuals around the world to overcome communication beyond barriers of language and culture. The network works with both local and international organization to encourage discussion. Previous strands have included environmental issues and conflict resolution with the United Nations and UNESCO.
Global Academy for Future Civilizations
The Global Academy for Future Civilizations is a set of international research organizations dedicated to creating a more humane civilization in the 21st century. The program works with the United Nations and other organizations.
United Nations Academic Impact
The university and the United Nations Academic Impact program seek to align institutions of higher education with the United Nations in supporting the principles of the UN in the areas of human rights, literacy, sustainability and conflict resolution. The Academic Impact also asks each participating college or university to demonstrate support of at least one of those principles each year.
- International Studies of Korean Medicine
- Institute for Human Society
- Research Institute of Social Science
- Research Institute of Humanities
- Research Institute for Educational Affairs
- Institute of Legal Studies
- Institute for Industrial Relations
- Korea Institute of Ornithology
- East-West Medical Research Institute
- Research Institute of Oral Biology
- Institute of Global Environment
- Institute of Korean Medicine
- East-West Nursing Research Institute
- The Contemporary Art Research Institute
- Kohwang Medical Research Institute
- Research Institute of Science for Human Life
- Center for the Study of Languages
- East-West Pharmaceutical Research Institute
- Research Institute of Clinical Nutrition
- Tourism Industry Information Research Center
- Testing and Development Center for Dental Material
- Advanced Display Research Center
- Center for Arts and Cultural Management
- International Center of Speech and Debate
- Healthcare Industry Research Institute
- Age-Related and Brain Diseases Research Center
- Acupuncture and Meridian Science Research Center
- Institute of Global Affairs
- Center for Cross Culture Studies
- Institute of Social Science and Policy
- Design Research Institute
- Plant Metabolism Research Center
- Impedance Imaging Research Center
- Hye-Jung Cultural Research Institute
- Skin Bio-Technology Center
- Industrial Liaison Research Institute
- Institute of Natural Science
- Institute of Life Science and Resources
- Research Institute of Sports Science
- Institute of Multimedia Technology
- Materials Research Center for Information Display
- Regional Innovation Center-Components and Materials for Information Display
- Kyung Hee Medical Center (Medical Hospital, Dental Hospital, Korean Medicine Hospital)
- Kyung Hee University Medical Center at Gangdong
- Kangnam Korean Hospital
Kyunghee University is ranked in the forefront of Korea University in the 2014/2015 QS World University Rankings and ranked 37th in the 2014 QS Asian University Rankings. QS Asian University ranked 38th in 2015. Top 400 QS World Universities in 2016 (264th)
In the latest league tables, the university was ranked 10th in the country (2017), 33rd in Asia (2017), 256th in the world (2018) by the QS World University rankings. 264th in QS World University ranking (2019)
Politics, government and public service
- Rep. Kim Dae-jung - The 15th President of South Korea
- Rep. Moon Jae-in - The 19th President of South Korea
Literature and arts
- Han Su-san - author
- Cho Hae-il - author
- Jeong Ho-seung - poet
- Kim Jong-ok - author
- Won Tae-yeon - poet
- Kwak Jae-yong - film director, screenwriter
- Yeo Hong-Chul - gymnast, Olympic silver medalist
- Yun Mi-Jin - archer, Olympic gold medalist
- Lee Ho-Suk - Short Track speedskater, Olympic gold medalist
- Young Il Kong- Taekwondo Grand Master - 9th Dan.
- Moon Dai-won - Korean Mexican martial artist, known as the "Father of Mexican Taekwondo"
- Park Jong-Hwan - former manager of South Korean national football team
- Lee Woon-Jae - football goalkeeper, former member of South Korean national football team
- Park Kun-Ha - former football player, coach of South Korea national under-23 football team
- Lee Jung-Soo - football player
- Lee Ho - football player
- Yoon Kyung-shin - handball player
- Bang Yong-guk (B.A.P)
- Byun Baek-hyun (EXO)
- Changmin (TVXQ)
- Chen (singer) (EXO)
- Daesung (Big Bang)
- Do Kyung-soo (EXO)
- G-Dragon (Big Bang)
- Go Joon-hee
- Gong Yoo
- Han Da-min
- Han Ga-in
- Han Seung-yeon (Kara)
- Hwang Seung-eon
- Hwang Soo-jung
- Hwanhee (Fly to the Sky)
- I.M (Monsta X)
- Im Hyun-sik
- Im Jung-eun
- Jang Seo-hee
- Jeon Ji-yoon (4Minute)
- Jo Kwon (2AM)
- Jun. K (2PM)
- Jun Kwang-ryul
- Jung Woo
- Kang Min-kyung (Davichi)
- Kang San-ae
- Kang Shin-il
- Kangin (Super Junior)
- Kim E-Z (Baby V.O.X.)
- Kim Hae-sook
- Kim In-seong (SF9)
- Kim Ji-seok
- Kim Jong-wook
- Kim Nam-joo
- Kim Ok-bin
- Kim Sun-a
- Kim Sung-ryung
- Kim Tae-ri
- Kim Tae-woo (g.o.d)
- Kim Yeon-ji (SeeYa)
- Kim Yoo-ri
- Kyuhyun (Super Junior)
- Lee Hong-gi (F.T. Island)
- Lee Hyori (Fin.K.L)
- Lee Ki-chan
- Lee Seung-hyung
- Lim Seul-ong (2AM)
- Lizzy (After School)
- Na Tae-joo
- Ock Joo-hyun (Fin.K.L)
- Oh Min-suk
- Park Chanyeol (EXO)
- Park Hyo-shin
- Park Ji-yoon
- Park Narae (Spica)
- Park Soo-jin (Sugar)
- Park Ye-eun (Wonder Girls)
- Park Yoo-chun (JYJ)
- Rain (entertainer)
- Ryu Hwa-young (T-ara)
- Seolhyun (AOA)
- Shin Bo-ra
- Suho (EXO)
- Sung Yu-ri (Fin.K.L)
- Yoon Doo-joon (Beast)
- Yoon Eun-hye (Baby V.O.X.)
- Yoon Kye-sang (g.o.d)
Sehwa Hall is an international dormitory opened in February 2005, where students from local areas and students from all over the world live together and through a meeting that transcends nationality and scholarship, culture can be exchanged. By providing convenience for studying by foreign students in 35 countries, including Korean students, they greatly contribute to the cultural exchange of the college community in the 21st century and the cultivation of character based on autonomy and moderation. The major facility is a double room, a bathroom, shower, and basin, as well as rest facilities, a cafeteria, table tennis room, and laundry room. In 2010, it also provided free Internet service for students and refrigerator in each room, and installed fitness centers and rest facilities on the roof.
In 1991, Kyung Hee University built Sameuiwon dormitory with a total floor area of 5,625 ㎡ with one basement floor and five floors. In Sameuiwon, "Sameui" means "best three", heaven, earth, and man. It is the true meaning of Sameuiwon that the universe can not be formed without the heaven, earth, and man, just as objects can not exist without points, lines, or sides. The goal of the dormitory is to foster human leaders. Sameuiwon is not such a meaningless place, but a Mecca of great ambitions about learning, love, passion, and youth. Anyone who has lived here will never forget this place, and it will remain a lasting place in their hearts. Sameuiwon is a 5,625 ㎡ building that accommodates 176 men and 176 women who are studying foreign languages. Four people use one room, and each room has a bunk bed, closet, desk, chair, bookshelf, shoe shelf, and telephone. Other facilities include a 160-seat study room, fitness center, table tennis room and a rest room.
Kyung-hee University's Happy Dormitory was established in 2012 under a government policy to ease the housing burden for students. To solve the high cost of the former dormitory, the Happy Dormitory is setting low costs. To enhance the fairness of operation, the school established and operates "Kyung Hee University Seoul Campus Public Dormitory Limited Liability Company", which is jointly funded by Kyung Hee University System and Korea Foundation for the Promotion of Private school. There are currently 1,051 students living here, and the dormitory is helping students design their comfortable campus life and concentrate on their studies. And the happy dormitory is very convenient because it can be accessed 24 hours a day by 2015. It is a two-person room like the sewha hall, but according to the student who lives both sewha hall and the happiness dormitory, the happiness dormitory facility is much better. Room size and bathroom (there is a shower booth)are much better than sehwa hall. There is also have single room. The dormitory fee is similar to other dormitory, but you have to pay the utility fee (if you save it, it varies from 20,000 won to 40,000 won per person). There is a space with TV, microwave, water purifier and so on. There is no cooking equipment in the facility and cooking is impossible.
In September 2017, Kyung Hee University opened the new dormitory door from the second semester. The name is called 'Beautiful Won'. It is a huge space that can accommodate about 1,000 people.
Heerang is a university student goodwill ambassador at Kyung Hee University. Their main activities are campus tours, protocol activities, career camps, career alerts, daily college students, and ASE-K. Their structure is divided into the board, the scheduler, the general affairs office, the strategic planning team, and the task promotion team.
Go out through Exit 1 of Hoegi Station and ride the Local Bus #1 or walk straight for ten minutes. For the Back gate, take Local bus #2 and take off at the 'Mini super'.
Parking facilities are available. Parking fee is free for the first 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, KRW 500 is charged for every 10 minutes.
You can also go out through Exit 2 of HUFS station and ride the Local Bus #2 or walk through HUFS campus. If your major building is close to the back gate, I recommend getting off at HUFS station.
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- Official page Korean
- Official page English
- Incoming Exchange Students
- Global Collaborative Summer Program
- Global Common Society
Medical institution Medical Care Benefits
Provide interpreter service
If you are sick during your study abroad, please do not panic, please visit Kyung Hee Medical Center International Exchange Center at any time. Interpreters who can speak Chinese, English, Japanese and Russian are always available at Kyunghee Medical Center International Exchange Center.
Medical treatment target:
1,I am a foreign student studying at Kyung Hee University.(Includes foreign student insurance holders registered at Kyung Hee University)
2,I am a foreign student attending another university.
※ In case of a person with a family or a graduation, the person with a national health insurance is not eligible.
How to use:
1,Medical hours : Monday to Friday / 09:00 to 16:00
2,Emergency room: 24 hours (phone translation after 18:00)
3,Patient consultation : 02-958-9644 (24 hours)
Insurance information : 02-958-9639
4,Local situation: Kyung Hee Medical Center on the 3rd floor of the International Exchange Center
※ Contact the information center on 1F of the main building for information about the location.
Internationalization is not only the long tradition of qingxi, but also another major axis of the development of qingxi with the opportunity of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the school. Through the international education with the combination of academic and "dignity of the earth", qingxi university has created new universal value and cultivated the world citizens who have carried out this goal.
As a university responsible for emphasizing the contributions of the international community, kyung hui has made her own "earth theory" and "consciousness" as a means to better human civilization. In this context, qinghi university attaches importance to the number of foreign professors, students, exchange students and English speakers, as well as the consciousness of the earth. In education, research and practice, the goal is to reflect earth consciousness and promote internationalization through various plans.
As an international exchange programs, is supplying the world academic lectures and operates a variety of participation in education of "global collaborative", international agencies and non-governmental organizations operating internship programs, exchange students and short-term training and complex degree and other student support plan, etc. In addition, qingxi university has established sister relations with more than 520 universities around the world and has a communication system for sending exchange students.