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Mr. Gordon Brown, the representative of International Department of Queen's University Belfast, visited SCAU on March 14th to promote the cooperation between the two universities.
Student and staff exchange between SCAU and Queen's University Belfast started since 1984, for which a deep friendship and firm cooperation had been long established.
In the meeting, SCAU expressed the willingness of strengthening the collaboration in food science and engineering, and food quality and security. This can be achieved by more frequent communications in academic and scientific research to explore a boarder and more flexible mode of collaboration.
Mr. Gordon Brown introduced the courses and scientific research in Queen's University Belfast, and highlighted the Master Programs in advanced Food Security, Parasitology and Pathogen Biology, and Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. He wished the two universities can achieve collaborations in related fields.
The agenda of the meeting also includes discussions in academic research, faculty visits, student exchange and the construction of International Joint Laboratory. Both parties will follow up the relevant details after the meeting.
The attendants of the meeting include Liu Wenfei, the manager of Meiyu Education Group. Others include Liu Zhengrong, Deputy Director of Office of International Relations, and the concerning staff from College of International Education and College of Food Science.
Queen's University Belfast was founded in 1845, named by Queen Victoria. It's one of the top universities in the UK and the world's top 100 universities in Europe. With more than 25 thousands students, the university has a reputation in Medicine, Engineering, Business and Management. Located in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, the Queen's University Belfast is one of the universities with the longest history in England as a member of Russell Group.
Queen's University Belfast and SCAU had established a collaborative connection since several years ago. At present, we have the 4+1 programme and study-abroad project for teachers. Currently we are making efforts to develop an undergraduate 2+2 program in food science and engineering.
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