Delegation of University of Toronto Scarborough visits SCUT
April 25,2017 17:33:19 readCount:437
 
A delegation of the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), led by its Vice-Principal Bernie Kraatz, made a tip to SCUT on April 19. They were welcomed by SCUT Vice President Zhu Min at the Liwu Building of Science and Technology.
 
During the meeting, Zhu Min introduced to the guests about SCUT’s academic strengths and the progress of cooperation with overseas institutions, in particular with regard to the scheme of building the SCUT Guangzhou International Campus.
 
Zhu Min expected the two universities to carry out diverse cooperative programs in student training, faculty communication and scientific research. He also invited UTSC to join the new campus program as a partner.
 
Bernie Kraatz expressed his identification with SCUT’s ideas and manners of higher education. He believed that the two sides can work together in multiple areas based on each university’s academic strong points.
 
The delegation later paid a visit to SCUT’s School of Environment and Energy (SEE). After holding an academic lecture and, Bernie Kraatz sharing his current research and exchanged ideas with faculty members and students that were present on the session.
 
Established in 1964, The University of Toronto Scarborough is a satellite campus of the University of Toronto in Canada. With nearly 200 years of history, the University of Toronto is a leading public research-intensive university, which was placed by the QS World University Rankings at 32nd in the world and 2nd in Canada in 2016.
 

Source from the Office of Global Partnerships
Translated by Xu Peimu and Pan Jiaqian
Edited by Xu Peimu