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Special Programs

International Education Week

Join Coastal Carolina University in celebrating a week of activities as a part of International Education Week each year.   International Education Week is an opportunity each year to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange of ideas worldwide.  A joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week is one part of a larger effort to promote programs that prepare Americans for success in the global environment and promote the U.S. to those from abroad as a dynamic and welcoming location to study, learn and exchange experiences in the US. Each year since 2010, CCU has celebrated this week with a variety of activities representing a collection of college, departmental, club and individual initiatives.  We welcome you to participate in helping to organize the next International Education Week in November 2013. 

CIDD Summer Program

For three weeks during the month of July Coastal Carolina University hosts a group of students from several of its partner univer‌sities ‌   around the globe. Participants in this program attend workshops that are delivered by Coastal Carolina University faculty, complete a number of assignments and go on fun trips. They explore Brookgreen Gardens, visit Alligator Adventure, play mini-golf; travel to Charleston and tour a local manufacturing facility. Participants also get to visit Habitat for Humanity of Horry County and the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce where they learn about one of the largest tourist destinations in the United States. 

International Summer School

‌Participants in the International Summer School at Coastal Carolina University will learn about American culture,   business environment and university system. They will attend four regular classes at Coastal Carolina University. Students will also get to participate in a variety of exciting activities like a golf clinic, evening at the movies and watching American football as well as go on fun trips to historic Charleston, Alligator Adventure and Brookgreen Gardens.

CHEPD Undergraduate Transfer Program (China)

This unique program, offered on the basis of cooperation between the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the China Center for International Educational Exchange (CCIEE), enables talented Chinese students from partnering universities in the Peoples Republic of China to transfer credits earned in their first year of studies at their Chinese university to Coastal Carolina University and after completing remaining coursework at Coastal Carolina University, to earn their bachelors degree from Coastal Carolina University.  Upon returning to China, they complete remaining degree requirements at their Chinese university and earn the Chinese university's degree as well.

Ecuador Student-Faculty Research

This pilot program was developed as a result of ten years of active cooperation with the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Quito, Ecuador.  The goals of this three-year initiative to strengthen our relationship between Universidad San Francisco de Quito (Quito, Ecuador) and Coastal Carolina University are:

  1. To continue to fulfill the mission of our campus to create global citizens.
  2. To encourage students to study abroad and/or experience the world outside of CCU and the United States.
  3. To provide quality academic instruction in a global environment.
  4. To encourage faculty to broaden their research and teaching beyond CCU and their traditional geographic locales.
  5. To develop common programs, initiatives, research, and teaching between our institutions.