From strength to strength: University of Adelaide and China’s Dongbei University of Finance and Economics

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The University of Adelaide has signed a new undergraduate articulation agreement with one of its most strategically important international partners, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics (DUFE) in China.

0C7A9163-signingVice-Chancellor of The University of Adelaide, Professor Warren Bebbington and Professor Christopher Findlay, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Professions welcomed dignitaries including Professor Charles Zhao, Dean of DUFE’s International Business College early last month.

In the 15 years since the original agreement was signed, over 700 students from DUFE have joined The University of Adelaide’s undergraduate and masters programs. In addition, the relationship has seen the exchange of teaching staff to and from both institutions.

The new articulation agreement’s signing marks the next step in a strong, long standing relationship between the two institutions.

The agreement provides opportunities for DUFE students, to transfer into Adelaide’s Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Finance and Bachelor of Economics.

Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) Professor Nancy Cromar highlights, “A good relationship is one that it can be sustained and maintained as the world changes around us; a great relationship is one that continues to grow amidst change. The University of Adelaide is fortunate to have a great relationship with Dongbei University of Finance and Economics.”

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