Guests from School of Economics, University of Queensland, Australia Visited BNUBS
Time :2018-05-16

  On the afternoon of March 26, 2018, Cerian Stanfield, head of international affairs at the School of Economics of University of Queensland, Australia, Renuka, Associate Professor and head of teaching affairs and Dr. Fan Sha visited BNUBS. Dean Assistant Cai Hongbo received the guests and Zhao Yang from the International Exchange and Cooperation Office attended the meeting.

  Cai Hongbo welcomed Ms. Cerian Stanfield and introduced the basic information of BNUBS, especially the “Double First-rate” establishment and international exchanges and cooperation between teachers and students in BNUBS and international research platforms. Afterwards, Ms. Cerian Stanfield shared the information of international reputation, faculty resources, on-campus facilities and student employment of the University of Queensland and its School of Economics, hoping to receive more students from BNUBS and cooperate in 2+2/4+1 and more types of degree and short-term projects. The two sides conducted in-depth exchanges on short-term student exchanges, teacher exchanges, and degree cooperation projects.

  Note: Founded in 1910, The University of Queensland is a member of the Group of Eight in Australia. The University of Queensland has two Nobel Prize winners and the former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and the former Secretary of Defense Peter Gration are all its alumni. It ranks 52nd in the US News World University Rankings, 51st in the QS World University Rankings, and 60th in the British Thames Rankings, all among the top 1% of the world university rankings.