|SUIBE Delegation Visits British and Irish Universities|
A SUIBE delegation led by Vice President Xu Yonglin visited the
University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Edinburgh Napier
University, Dublin City University (DCU), and University College
Cork (UCC) at their invitations. Also in the delegation were Chen
Zilei, Director of the Division of Academic Research, Wang
Guanglin, Dean of the School of Foreign Languages, He Xuehui, Dean
of the School of Finance, and Xie Jinyu, Office of International
With 15 years of successful cooperation thanks to the concerted efforts, SUIBE and the University of Central Lancashire have developed various forms of multi-dimensional cooperation including faculty exchange programs and cooperative programs with the School of Foreign Languages and the School of Tourism and Event Management. The SUIBE delegation visited Chinese students studying English for International Business in UCLan and SUIBE visiting scholars to UCLan.
Edinburgh Napier University is a modern university in close
cooperation with the business community, enjoying a good reputation
as a provider of quality professional programs. Its Business School
is the biggest of its kind in Scotland, turning out a great number
of qualified graduates who work in finance and insurance sectors.
SUIBE and Edinburgh Napier University had run a 3+1 program. During
SUIBE’s visit, the two universities signed a Memorandum of
Cooperation involving items on exchange visits, faculty
development, publication of academic journals, cooperation in
education, 3+1 and 4+1 student exchange programs, and the
possibility for SUIBE graduates in Master of Accounting to pursue
doctoral studies in Edinburgh Napier University.
Offering programs relevant to the industry and trade area in Ireland, Dublin City University is devoted to developing students ready to meet the needs of the social and business communities. The SUIBE delegation had an in-depth discussion with DCU on the possibility of developing faculty and student exchange programs as cooperation, and gave as presents books on literature studies from SUIBE’s Irish Studies Centre to DCU’s School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies.
A member of the National University of Ireland, University College
Cork is one of the oldest universities in Ireland. SUIBE signed
with UCC a Memorandum of Cooperation on academic and research
collaborations, and visited the library, start-up incubation centre
and student activities facilities of UCC.