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Tsinghua crowned China’s richest university

Tsinghua University

Beijing’s Tsinghua University has been delegated China’s wealthiest school, as per a positioning of the main 100 colleges in territory China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan led by the Center for World-Class Universities at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Tsinghua, which beat the general rundown for the fourth sequential time since it was discharged in 2011, came in first in the ... Read More »

Imperial College London creates new Chinese R&D opportunities

Imperial College London

Emulating Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to the UK, the President of Imperial College London is heading an appointment to China to push exploration, development and instruction ties between the two nations. Royal, a world main ten college, is attempting to increase Chinese association with Imperial West: a 25 section of land GBP 3 billion (CNY 32 billion) new development region ... Read More »

Israeli, Chinese universities to collaborate

Tel Aviv University

Two top universities from Israel and China are launching a $300 million research project focused on nanotechnologies. The agreement is the latest move in booming ties between the two countries, as the Asian giant seeks Israeli technologies and the Jewish state vies for access to the Chinese market. Tel Aviv University and Beijing’s Tsinghua University said they will exchange graduate ... Read More »

University of Waterloo visits China to strengthen bonds with research partners

University of Waterloo

Hamdullahpur will meet with representatives from five of China’s top universities: Tsinghua University, Nanjing University, Beijing Jiao Tong University, Zhejiang University and Soochow University. Hamdullahpur will also learn more about China’s education policy through meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Education. “It is essential that we build strong relationships with Chinese institutions as we seek to provide researchers and ... Read More »

Looking to future, educators and policymakers see universities as agents for change

Bernard Ramanantsoa

Concluding a three-day conference in Paris, education leaders and policymakers from around the world shared a vision of the future in which universities anticipate, influence and drive change in global society.  “In a split world where everyone has a singular mindset, universities are in fact a great agent of transversality,” Bernard Ramanantsoa, dean of HEC Paris, said in the opening ... Read More »

Moscow State University ranked Top 10 in BRICS countries

Moscow Lomonosov State University

Russian universities rank in the top 10 among the so-called BRICS countries of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, but are struggling on the global scale, where they are not even in the Top 100. In a regional ranking released in mid December, the Moscow Lomonosov State University (MGU) came third among the best universities of the BRICS countries. ... Read More »

Top Chinese universities to enroll student pilots

Beijing University

A total of 87 student pilots from military colleges will be able to study in public universities in China, the first of its kind in the country. According to an official military news website, the new practice, which starts from 2013, will enable Peking University, Tsinghua University and The Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics to enroll 25, 32, and ... Read More »

Tsinghua University offers online courses

Tsinghua University

Tsinghua University will offer several Internet courses as part of an attempt to develop an online syllabus, principal Chen Jining said at the Massive Online Education Forum held in Beijing on June 3. There has been a boom in online education since Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, first became popular in American universities last year. Millions of students from ... Read More »

University of Queensland to offer free online courses

University of Queensland

By Tim Dodd University of Queensland vice chancellor Peter Hoj has joined the rush to ­provide free online courses because he believes there is a fundamental change under way in higher education. After announcing last week that UQ would join edX, the massive open online course (MOOC) provider founded by Harvard and MIT, Professor Hoj said he believed universities could ... Read More »

Carnegie Mellon joins popular trend of US, China universities partnering

Jimmy Zhu, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University

By Debra Erdley It’s been three decades since Jimmy Zhu came to the United States as a student from China. Back then, Zhu was one of the few. Today, China leads the world in sending students to U.S. universities. Zhu, now an engineering professor at Carnegie Mellon University, is helping export CMU’s engineering prowess to China as co-director of a ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes