UniversityChang Jung Christian University (CJCU)

Contact Person : Ms. Winnie Hung
TEL : +886-6-2785123 ext. 1711
FAX : +886-6-2785979
mail website http://www.cjcu.edu.tw/english/

Introduction

Lastest release date: Jun 14, 2017

Chang Jung Christian University (CJCU) is a private university located in southern Taiwan. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan, CJCU is committed to developing the God-given gifts and abilities of each student within a culture of love, respect, and service. The university was founded in 1992 but is the outgrowth of a vision that began more than one hundred years earlier with the founding of Chang Jung Senior High School, Taiwan’s first western-style high school, in 1885.

The student population of CJCU includes over 9,000 undergraduate students and almost 1,000 graduate students. At present, the University consists of five colleges: Management; Health Science; Humanities and Social Sciences; Information and Engineering; and Theology. There are currently thirty-four bachelors programs, nineteen masters programs, and one doctoral program.

Campus

The University strives to provide a pleasant, secure environment with top-quality facilities, such as the new five-story David Landsborough Memorial Library. In addition, the University also seeks to foster a culture that emphasizes respect for others, responsibility, and the cultivation of a healthy, safe lifestyle. New students are required to reside in school dormitories, where they learn to live in harmony with others, rise early, and work together to clean the campus. On CJCU campus, 24-hour convenient store 7-11, bookstore, cafeteria, gym, sport court and other facility can be easily reached. I see CJCU video clop: http://www.cjcu.edu.tw/cjcu_en/about-Iseeyou.php



Rail link to CJCU

With the opening of the Chang Jung Christian University rail station on the Shalun Line in January 2011, rail transportation is now available to the front gate of the University; the Tainan station of the HSR is only 5 minutes away on the rail link. The link also connects CJCU to Taiwan’s regular train system, which remains a good, low-cost option for travel to many Taiwanese communities and provides a means of reaching Taiwan’s scenic east coast.

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Dormitory

The CJCU campus and its boarding facilities together provide a comfortable, convenient and safe learning environment supportive of student physical and mental health. The four dormitories have about 3,000 spaces in total. For those students living outside of school, we recommend high quality accommodation, conduct safety inspections of them, and cooperate with the regional neighborhood watch to maintain community safety.



Complete Living Functions:

Dorm facilities include triple and quad rooms with A/C, broadband Internet, hot water supply, coin-operated washing machines and spin dryers, and lounges. At school, we have convenience stores, a bookstore, student restaurant, ATM, study center, reading rooms and so on.



Comprehensive Security Measures:

We have custodians on duty 24 hrs a day conducting security monitoring to provide students with a safe environment.



Recreation and Fitness Space:

We have a multi-purpose stadium, athletic field, fitness center, camping area, orchards and so on; where students can develop friendships and strengthen physical ability.

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Getting Here

By Bus:

International air travel
Taiwan has two major airports, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE, http://www.taoyuan-airport.com/english/index.jsp ) and Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH, http://www.kia.gov.tw/english/e_index.asp ). Kaohsiung International Airport is a 45-minute drive from CJCU and is much closer to the University than Taipei Taoyuan International Airport (a 4-hour drive); however, Taipei Taoyuan International Airport is served by many more flights. Both airports have public transportation links to the Taiwan High Speed Rail (HSR). In Taipei, there is shuttle bus service between the airport and the Taoyuan Station of the HSR; in Kaohsiung, the city’s MRT links the airport (Stop R4) with both the Kaohsiung train station (R11) and the HSR station in Zuoying (R16). Students flying into Kaohsiung with large amounts of luggage can apply to the Office of International Affairs for pick-up at the airport.


Taiwan High Speed Rail
The opening of the Taiwan High Speed Rail (English website: http://www.thsrc.com.tw/en/?lc=en) in 2007 has made travel between the major cities of Taiwan’s populous west coast extremely convenient. Travel time between CJCU and Taipei on the HSR is 1 hour 45 minutes; travel time between CJCU and Taoyuan on the HSR is 1 hour 24 minutes. However, those planning to take the HSR to Taipei Taoyuan International Airport should plan to leave at least 4 hours before their flight departure to allow time for the shuttle ride to the airport and for check-in procedures.

In addition, to ensure that connections between Taoyuan Airport and the HSR are possible, it is best to schedule flights that arrive at Taoyuan before 20:00 at night and depart after 11:00 in the morning.

Rail link to CJCU
With the opening of the Chang Jung Christian University rail station on the Shalun Line in January 2011, rail transportation is now available to the front gate of the University; the Tainan station of the HSR is only 5 minutes away on the rail link. The link also connects CJCU to Taiwan’s regular train system, which remains a good, low-cost option for travel to many Taiwanese communities and provides a means of reaching Taiwan’s scenic east coast.
Discounted 5-day, 7-day, or 10-day rail passes are available to international students who are in Taiwan on short-term (visitor) visas. Schedules for rail service are available on the English website of the Taiwan Railways Administration (http://163.29.3.96/TWRail_en/index.aspx ).

Tainan city buses
In recent years, the city of Tainan has put a great deal of effort into promoting the city bus system. The present position of the buses on each of the city’s bus lines can betracked on a website entitled “Tainan City Dynamic Bus Information System” ( http://2384.tncg.gov.tw/TNWeb/EIndex.jsp?locale=en_US&agis=Yes ).
Route 88 runs from Tainan City Park and the train station to the city’s main tourist sites, including Koxinga Shrine, Confucius Temple, and the Anping Historical District.

By Car:

Taxi service
Taxi service in Taiwan is relatively inexpensive (NT$85 for the first 1.5 km and NT$5 for each additional 300 m, with surcharges for late night service and travel to Taipei and Kaohsiung airports). Travel by taxi from CJCU to the downtown area of Tainan costs approximately NT$320-350. Most local taxi drivers do not speak English, so persons who do not speak Chinese should the carry the address of their destination. It is generally easy to hail a taxi on the main streets of Tainan, but persons wanting to take a taxi from CJCU will need to call (or ask a Chinese speaker to call) to arrange for taxi pick-up. The telephone number for local taxi service is (06)26605460.

Highway access to CJCU is shown: http://www.cjcu.edu.tw/english/about-visitor-directions.php

No.1,Changda Rd.,Gueiren District, Tainan City 71101, Taiwan(R.O.C.)

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Office of International Affairs

Lastest release date: Jun 14, 2017

The Office of International Affairs was founded by Chang Jung Christian University in 2006 to advance the University’s goals of global engagement and expansion of its international relationships. Our responsibilities include initiation and development of cooperation between CJCU and international partner schools, supervision of inbound and outbound student exchange programs, coordination of international student admissions, and support for international students.

CJCU is a community of approximately 10,000 students and 450 faculty members who are eager to extend the warmth and hospitality of southern Taiwan to the rest of the world. The University places high value on its relationships with partner schools, research agencies, churches, and other organizations around the world. As a Christian university, we seek to live out a gospel message that is for all peoples. As we press toward the goal of greater internationalization, we remain committed to the beauty and diversity of local culture.

We hope that, in the future, we will have the privilege of welcoming you in person to CJCU!

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