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South China University of Technology

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Fields: Arts and humanities, Social sciences, journalism and information, Business, administration and law, Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Health and welfare

University profile Arts and humanities
  Health and welfare
  Social sciences, journalism and information
  Engineering, manufacturing and construction
  Business, administration and law
  Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics
  Information and Communication Technologies
   
Students About 102 500
Foreign students About 2 300
   
Rankings National university ranking / 24
  Webometrics Ranking of World Universities / 901
   
Contacts 381 Wushan Rd, Tianhe Qu, Guangzhou Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China, 510630.
  +86-20-87114948
  hkmt@scut.edu.cn
  http://en.scut.edu.cn/
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SCUT to explore cooperation with Keck School of Medicine of USC

SCUT is looking forward to seeing cooperation with the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC), which is another step for SCUT’s plan of building the Guangzhou International Campus.

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8th Singapore-Guangdong Collaboration Council hopes high for education

The eighth session of the Singapore-Guangdong Collaboration Council (SGCC) will see education as a key field in the further cooperation between the two countries, as SCUT expects to continue its leading role in advancing international efforts of talent fostering and scientific research.

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ARWU university rankings: SCUT up close to world’s top 200

SCUT moved 40 places up in the latest Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) that was released this week, taking one more step forward to joining the best 200 universities around the world.

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Secretary Zhang Xichun attends China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week

The 10th China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week was opened on July 28 in Guiyang, Guizhou province. Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Yandong and high ranking officials of the State Council, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Guizhou provincial government were present on the opening ceremony, with Liu Yandong addressing a keynote speech. Zhang Xichun, Secretary of the CPC SCUT Committee, also attended the event.
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SCUT to expand cooperation with University of Idaho

Chuck Staben, UI’s President, and Larry Stauffer, Dean of UI’s College of Engineering, paid a visit to SCUT on July 4 to talk about the further cooperation. The guests were received by Zhang Xichun, Secretary of the CPC SCUT Committee, at the Liwu Building of Science and Technology.
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SCUT ranked world’s No. 4 in food science and technology

SCUT was placed at the world’s No. 4 in food science and technology, along with its other eight subjects entering the global top 100, according to the latest Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS) published by the Shanghai Ranking Consultancy.
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SCUT to strengthen ties with Linköping University in Sweden

SCUT will forge tighter academic links with Linköping University (LiU), a major educational institution in Sweden, in particular regarding collaboration in materials science and medical science.
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Delegation of SCUT attends Sino-French Engineering Education Seminar

A SCUT’s delegation led by Vice President Zhu Min travelled to Qingdao to attend the 7th Sino-French Engineering Education Seminar from June 6 to 8.
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SCUT and Rutgers to expand cooperation in environmental engineering

SCUT and Rutgers University will expand cooperation in teaching and research, which will make Rutgers University a vital partner in SCUT’s blueprint of building the Guangzhou International Campus.
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International programs thrive, as SCUT to take 6,300 freshmen in 2017

SCUT plans to enroll 6,300 fresh undergraduates this autumn, as advanced schemes for training high-performance students and international joint programs will continue to expand in scale and scope.
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