SDUST formally signed dual master's program with the University of New South Wal

On September 16th, Professor Wang Xiaohua, Director of the Sino-Australian Research Center for Coastal Management, and professor from University of New South Wales visited SDUST and formally signed the "Dual Master Cooperation Program between Shandong University of Science and Technology and the University of New South Wales". Director of International Office, leaders of College of Geomatics and relevant teachers discussed with Professor Wang Xiaohua on specific details. The agreement covers most of the majors in our university, and will be carried out from College of Geomatics first.

The University of New South Wales ranked 45in the QS World University Rank from 2017 to 2018. It attaches great importance to the expansion of international cooperation. The graduates selected in this project adopt the training mode of "double campuses and double tutors". During the three-year study period, the students first complete their credits in our university and then go to the University of New South Wales in Australia for one year. After meeting the graduation requirements ofthe two universities, students are qualified to obtain master’s degree from both universities.