HZU Students Participate in Exchange Study and Internship in
Universities in Germany, South Korea and Indonesia
Recently, ten students from different schools were sent by the University to participate in
exchange study in universities in Germany and South Korea, and to conduct internship of
Teaching Chinese to foreigners in universities in Indonesia.
In line with the current trends of the University, HZU started to develop cooperation in
Germany last year, aiming to learn the advanced application-oriented talent training mode
of German applied technology universities. At present, our university has two German
cooperative universities, including Hochschule Schmalkalden—University of Applied Sciences
and Deggendorf FH: Fachhochschule Deggendorf. In the past summer holiday, the University
has sent 10 administrative leaders and backbone teachers from School of Electronic
Information and Electrical Engineering, School of Architecture and Civil Engineering, School of
Information Science and Technology, School of Chemistry and Materials Engineering and
School of Economics and Management to Germany for a one-month exchange study. Most
recently, three students, from School of Chemistry and Materials Engineering and School of
Economics and Management, were sent to Germany for a one-semester study.
Under the development trend of “Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area” and
“China-South Korea (Huizhou) Industrial Park”, the University put emphasis on enhancing
cooperation with Korean universities. In this semester, three students coming from School of
Foreign Languages and School of Chinese Literature and Communication were sent to Pai Chai
University for one-semester exchange study, who will not only learn Korean language, and
Under the strategic background of “The Belt and Road” initiative, our university will continue
to carry out in-depth exchanges and cooperation with countries along the routes in Southeast
Asia.In response to the demand for Chinese language learning by Indonesian university students,
our university opened two cooperative universities in Indonesia last year for providing Chinese
language education. In this semester, we have sent four students majoring in Teaching Chinese
as a Foreign Language to Indonesia to conduct Chinese teaching internships.
It is reported that our university will continue to promote the development of students' learning
and internship programs, so as to provide more channels for broadening the international
horizons enhance their international competitiveness.