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Undergraduate Exchange Programs

  WUT has developed many exchange programs with an international focus, including the Undergraduate Program, the British Program, the Australian Program , the French ProgramPre-masters Program with 19 specialized subjects such as Computer Science & Technology, International Economics &Trade, Information Management and Information System, Business Administration, Vehicle Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Financial Services, Business with IT, Business with Marketing, Business, Business with Accounting, Business with HRM, Supply Chain Management, Computing Software Development, Hospitality Management and Project Management and so on. It has established long-term educational cooperation with more than 60 universities and education institutions in nearly 10 countries, including Michigan Technological University, George Mason University, University of Detroit Mercy, Ball State University, Troy University, North Arizona University, North Carolina University at Pembroke, University of Nebraska at Kearney, East Washington University, Saint Martin’s University in the USA, University of Manchester, University of Liverpool, University of Hull, University of Bradford, University of Northumbria, University of Wales Swansea, University of Southampton in the U.K., Universite Paul Verlaine-Metz in France, University of Windsor, Mcmaster University in Canada, Charles Darwin University in Australia, Vaxjo University in Sweden, INTI International University College in Malaysia.


Postgraduate Exchange Programs

  Besides the regular exchange programs with different overseas universities of each school for postgraduates, WUT has also developed a joint training project for postgraduates (including doctorate students) which is funded and supported by China Scholarship Council. According to this project, WUT will select 40-60 postgraduate students each year for furthering their doctorate degree studies in overseas universities ever since 2010, covering the disciplines of energy, resources, environment, manufacture, information, life science, space, ocean, nano science, new materials, humanities and social sciences. 




Important International Cooperation Projects of Science and Technology