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Chinese Culture University is located on Yang Ming Mountain, with a national park in the neighborhood nearby. The air is fresh and there are many trees and flowers. It is a high quality study environment – healthy, peaceful, and inspiring; breathing the spirit of both ancient and modern times.

The main buildings on the campus are constructed in classical Chinese style, and the roads on the campus are named after great, famous people of Chinese culture. The buildings’ names represent traditional virtues, like Da Ren (benevolence), Da Yi (meaning), Da De (virtue), and Da Dian (canon) building.

In this place, students can sense the essence of ancient Chinese wisdom, when striving for knowledge, personal growth, and integrity. Behind the classical façades, the university holds the best and the most modern teaching facilities.

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Classrooms are equipped with multimedia high tech teachers’ desks. All the laboratories, including the life science lab, science lab, and engineering lab, have the latest experimental layout and facilities. The e-campus concept provides campus-wide internet and sophisticated online learning features for easy and convenient access:

Whether students choose classes, teachers keep records and scores, or students apply for dorm accommodations, scholarships and student loans; all teaching, administrative, and school life information can be searched, found, and conducted through the internet.

An IT platform on TVs serves 70 places throughout the campus where people can watch TV, broadcasting such programs as university and school channel news, art performances and demonstrations of athletic education. The state-of-the-art Digital Learning Center has won a reputation as a high class internet café.

Chinese Culture University aims to spread Chinese culture and traditional academics, by emphasizing the importance of music, art, drama, athletics and dance. At the same time, the facilities meet the requirements of the modern world. Living up to the present hopes and needs of our students and the expectations of the global community, the university also offers curricula in the applied sciences, economics, information communications, foreign languages, and many other fields of study.

12 schools, 61 departments, 43 masters programs and 12 PhD programs, offer the most wide-ranging choices for students to combine their individual study interests in Taiwan. Double majors (or minors) are recommended, in order to take full advantage of this big variety, and to develop talents and abilities to the best. An excellent mixture of Asian and Western cultures, with professors who are famous and popular in their specific research fields, contributes to Chinese Culture University taking up its place within the international ranks of higher education.

The Digital Globe Research Center promotes information and education on global space and develops technology for earth related discoveries, i.e. investigating on ecological changes on earth.

Chinese Culture University has agreements with over 200 well known sister universities. We cultivate intensive and lively academic and cultural contacts with them, i.e. by fostering students’ exchange, effective consultations, and by offering many kinds of international double major programs to increase and improve students’ tasks and performances.

At Chinese Culture University, special 101 counseling service is provided for international students to support them in their academic objectives. Study groups and activities like watching movies, singing, reciting, and writing contests all intend to create a most comfortable and goal-oriented learning atmosphere, and international students may playfully enjoy training their Chinese communication skills. There are also lots of after school events and more than 130 clubs that focus on quality of life, the fine arts, sports, or volunteer jobs.

CCU student dorms are well managed. The food court provides a wide selection of food and drinks. Resources are available to aid physically disabled students.

  • - The stadium

    The complex stadium is one of the best in Asia, it has basketball courts, volleyball courts, a baseball field, billiards tables, and ping-pong tables. In addition, professional training centers like a swimming pool, dancing room, judo room, martial arts room, weight lifting area, and an athletic recovery room are all here.

  • - Conference hall

    Bo-Ying show room located on the top floor of the gym is equipped with the best quality teleconferencing and sound effects facilities. The show room serves as venue for international conferences and art performances.

  • - The library

    With more than 1.5 million books, roughly 7000 different kinds of journals in various languages, and nearly 74.000 pieces of audio-video material available on seven floors (21,846 square meters), the university’s library is one of the top most famous libraries and ranked 6th in Taiwan. ...read more

  • - The Hwa-Kang museum

    This museum is the oldest, most well established, and complex college museum in Taiwan. More than 50,000 pieces of art work include wash paintings made by famous contemporary artists, calligraphy, historical documents, portraits, ceramics from the many centuries, folk art crafts, and wood block prints.

  • - The Au Ho-Nien Art Center

    Inside the museum, the Au Ho-Nien Art Center is a research center where Chinese and western artists gather to study Chinese painting and calligraphy. Hwa-Kang museum is not only open for faculty and students, but also for the public to visit and explore.

  • - The University Press

    Since its foundation, Chinese Culture University has its own university press. Among the variety of its publications, there are faculty research results, The Chinese Language Dictionary, atlases and historic documentations, as well as The China Encyclopedia, and English quarterlies.

  • - Places of natural, historical and cultural interest

    In addition to the gorgeous Yang Ming National Park, the famous National Palace Museum, Zhong Shan Building, and Chiang Kai-Shek Residence Hall are all situated in the neighborhood. These places are great choices for student excursions, offering an excellent opportunity to learn about Chinese history and culture.

  • - Tian-Mu and Shi-Lin commercial districts

    Nearby Tian-Mu district is the most famous and exotic shopping area in Taipei. Department stores, book stores, and all kinds of shops carrying a big variety of imported foods and goods can be found there. Not far away is Shi-Lin night market, a place full of traditional Taiwanese snacks and cheap groceries.

Welcome message

Chinese Culture University invites you to become part of the Hwa-Kang community, to enjoy a good start into your academic life and a colorful student experience, filled with the sensations of abundant cultural heritage.

We welcome you to become one among the groups of vigorous freshmen entering CCU with high hopes and great perspectives every year, turning mature through meaningful changes of life during their four years of studying time, and excelling by good academic grades.

When leaving school with confidence and charm, you will have turned yourself into part of an elite in all logs of life. In this regard, we hope that Chinese Culture University’s spirit is being passed down from generation to generation, forever and ever.