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The Delegation from University of Findlay Visited HEBUT

Translator: International Office Editor: release date :2014-01-08

 

 

A three-people delegation, led by Rebecca Butler, Vice President of the University of Findlay visited Hebei University of Technology(HEBUT) on November 13,2013. Prof. YU Ming, director of International Cooperation and Exchange Office, Prof. Gao Suying, Dr Bai Zhonghang, dean and vice dean of School of International Education met the visiting guests.

 

Prof. Gao introduced the programs provided in HEBUT, international cooperation and exchange and current cooperative education programs. She also expressed the initial intention for the future cooperation between the two universities. Prof. YU highlighted undergraduate exchange programs  supported by the CSC government scholarship, with an intention to carry out exchanges and cooperation. Ms. Butler introduced basic situation of the University of Finley in teaching, student training, international cooperation and exchanges. During their talks, the two sides discussed a framework of an agreement and a cooperation of summer school to be carried out. Butler focused on promoting substantive cooperation between two universities, setting up internships practice base in HEBUT, and arranging their undergraduate students to our school for short-term learning and cultural experiences.



The University of Findlay, located in the city of Findlay, was founded in 1882 with an area of 160 acres. It offers bachelor and master degree with 60 undergraduate study and provides 10 institutions. At present, 4600 students are enrolled and more than 130,000 items can be found in the university library.

 

The University of Findlay was recognized by Yahoo as the most exciting University in 2001 and the MBA program, entirely offered online, was recognized as the one of the best online MBA. Findlay city, being safe and pleasant, has been designated a Dreamtown by Demographics Daily, and it has been repeatedly named one of the top 10 micropolitan areas in the U.S.