BLCU and Macquarie University in Australia Discussed to Cultivate Postgraduate Students Jointly
On October 22 afternoon, International Cooperation and Exchange department of our school and representatives of department of linguistics of the visiting Macquarie University in Australia carried out a substantive discussion on the joint project of cultivating postgraduate students in the Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language Research Center.
In the discussion, the two sides mainly exchange opinions on patterns, course butt, credit transfer, degree-granting, entry requirements and other details of the future joint training of dual-degree language pathology postgraduate.
Founded in 1964, Macquarie University is committed to being Australia's leading research universities. There are mainly three colleges: College of Business, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Sciences and Technology. And the major disciplines includes economic and finance, management, education, linguistics and psychology, humanities, law, sociology, culture media, laser research, environment and life sciences, information and computer science, all of which have an international reputation. The famous sinologist, professor Kangdan , was visiting professor of our school.