Waikato University to Offer Degrees in China Next Year

“New Zealand’s Waikato University announced that it is the country’s first university approved to teach and award degrees in China,” as reported in Shanghai Daily.

In September next year, the university will establish “a joint institute with Zhejiang University City College (ZUCC) to allow students to complete their degree studies in China and receive a dual degree from both universities.”

“We’re the first university in New Zealand to achieve institute status in China, so we’re excited to be able to offer full degree programs there,” said Waikato vice-chancellor Professor Neil Quigley.

According to the article “institute approvals went through a rigorous process including vetting by the Provincial Ministry of Education and the Chinese Ministry of Education in Beijing.”

Article Source: Shanghai Daily, October 6, 2016

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