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2017

Pro-Vice Chancellor of University of Lincoln Visits SLUAF

Source: International Office, School of Accounting Contributor: Fang Zheng, Ma Lina Image: Ma Lina Design: International Office

On December 4th, the delegation of University of Lincoln, consisting of Dr. David Cobham and Mrs. Chen Hailan, Chief Representative in China visited SLUAF. They were warmly welcomed by our Vice President Zhao Rongshan, Dean of School of Accounting and Head of International Office.

On behalf SLUAF, Vice President Zhao Rongshan welcomed the visiting of Dr. David Cobham. Both sides talked about the university sizes, higher education orientation, discipline scale and cooperation history. VP Zhao and Dr. David sincerely hoped that both universities can deepen the collaborations on student and faculty mutual mobility programs and sports competition, so that the students and faculty staff could benefit from the strong educational resources from both universities. 

Vice President Chen Jingying hosted the welcome lunch. Both universities’ authorities agreed to collaborate on sharing the advanced disciplines resources, like Fintech, Big Data Designing and Big Data Mining, and send visiting scholars to take teaching and research projects at the partner university. 

University of Lincoln has been awarded gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017, judged as delivering consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. The University also has established an international reputation for the quality of teaching and research, with academics and students working together on major projects across areas as varied as cancer treatment, water conservation and low-carbon technology. Currently, it hosts full-time students of over 15,000, and sets 4 faculties and 20 schools. 

SLUAF signed the MOU with University of Lincoln on July 4th, 2016 with the cooperative scope of short-term and long-term faculty and student mobility. So far, SLUAF has organized 3 groups with total of 82 students to have short-term study experience at University of Lincoln during summer or winter vacation.