A delegation led by Prof. Laura Poole-Warren, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research Training) of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), paid a visit to UCAS Yuquanlu campus on June 14. Prof. Su Gang, Vice President of UCAS, met with the delegation.
Su welcomed the delegation and briefed them on UCAS's “two-phase” mode of cultivation, the high-level research advantages at the University, and the advanced human resources, which are based on more than 100 CAS institutes. He also provided an overview of various collaborative international programs at UCAS.
Laura Poole-Warren spoke about the UNSW’s faculties, facts and figures and its “2015-2025 Strategy.” She specifically pointed out that from 2013 to 2017 UNSW and UCAS have co-authored 47 publications that have been cited over 940 times globally. Poole-Warren predicted there will be more co-authored publications between the two universities.
The two sides came to an agreement on graduate student exchanges and cooperation on doctoral student cultivation.
After the meeting, Prof. Laura Poole-Warren toured a lab at the Institute of Processing Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Prof. Zhang Suojiang, CAS Member, Director of the institute met with the delegates.
On 12 March, a delegation from the University of New South Wales headed by Pro-Vice Chancellor Laurie Pearcey visited UCAS. Prof. Wu Yueliang, Vice-President of UCAS, met with the delegation at UCAS Zhongguancun campus.
Founded in 1949, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) is one of the best research institutions in the world. The main campus is located in New South Wales, Sydney. UNSW is a member of three famous research-oriented university organizations: APRU, GlobalTech and Universitas 21. It ranks 45th according to the 2017-2018 QS Ranking of World.
The University of New South Wales is also the first Australian university to sign a MOU with the Chinese Scholarship Council. Over 45,000 students attend the university, of which over 12,000 are from China, including 700 doctoral students.