Vice-President of University of Toronto Visits UCAS

  • Written by Xia Yu
  • Published: 2017-09-04
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Prof. David Palmer, Vice-President of University of Toronto (U of T) visited UCAS accompanied with Prof. Christopher Yip, Associate Vice-President of U of T on August 15. Wu Yueliang, Vice-President of UCAS, met with the guests at the Yuquanlu campus. Both sides discussed exchanges programs of undergraduates and faculty members and holding joint seminars.

Wu Yueliang briefed them on UCAS unique education mode which features the fusion of science and technology as well as the Sino-Danish College. He hoped UCAS can cooperate with global top universities such as U of T in more fields.  

The high quality of UCAS education was not strange to both Prof. David Palmer and Prof. Christopher Yip though it was the first time for them to visit UCAS. Both of them expressed their wishes to speed up substantial cooperative programs between both universities. 

U of T, situated in Toronto, is a globally renowned public research university. According to the 2017 U.S. News ranking, it ranks 1st in Canada, 21st in the world.

UCAS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with U of T on June 16, 2017. Mr Bai Chunli, President of CAS and Honorary President of UCAS witnessed the signing ceremony of the MOU.