On the morning of November 20, 2015, Professor NASH Philip Roger of the University of Huddersfield, UK, Chen Jia, Chief Representative of China and Li Xue, Manager of East China Region, visited our School of Economics and Management to discuss cooperation matters. Dai Lei, Deputy Director of Office of International Affairs, Ren Hao, Party Secretary of the School of Economics and Management, and Gao Jun, Dean of the School, received the guests. During the visit, Prof. Gao Jun and Professor NASH Philip Roger introduced the basic situation of the subject, specialty construction, scientific research and teacher status respectively, and made a further communication in terms of the differences in the opening of the course of the two universities. At the same time, Professor NASH Philip Roger introduced the models of communication and cooperation with other domestic universities.
Dai Lei made a deep communication and discussion on many issue including jointly training students, curriculum docking, teachers’ exchange and scientific research, and reached a number of cooperation intentions.
The original of the University of Huddersfield can date back to 1841, and since 1992 officially established as a university. It has a long tradition of setting up quality courses for the occupation or job objective. The University of Huddersfield is next to the center of Huddersfield, and it has an international reputation for research in a wide range of fields. Its precision technology research center is recognized as the best in Britain and one of the top three in Europe. The University of Huddersfield is divided into seven schools, including School of Applied Science, School of Art, Design and Architecture, School of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Education and Occupation Development, School of Business, School of Human and Health Sciences, School of Music, Humanities and Media. It has a high reputation for providing quality education in a wide range of disciplines and has a strong influence on electronic engineering, social work, music and information technology.