Delegation from Irish Dublin Institute of Technology Visited
On the morning of March 27th, five delegates from Irish Dublin Institute of Technology (“DIT”) visited our university, including Dr. Deirdre Lillis, dean of the school of computer science, Dr. James Curtin, dean of the school of health and food science, D
|On the morning of March 27th, five delegates from Irish Dublin Institute of Technology (“DIT”) visited our university, including Dr. Deirdre Lillis, dean of the school of computer science, Dr. James Curtin, dean of the school of health and food science, Dr. Liu Yu-peng, assistant to the dean of school of computer science, and Dr. Yang Liu. Prof. Lu Liang-gang, dean of our school of computer science and technology, and He Xiao-yanof our international office warmly greeted the guests.
First of all, the DIT delegation introduced the student exchange program and 2+2 program to our students in the lecture room of our university library. At the beginning, the delegation played a promotional video to the students introducing the Irish living environment, natural scenery, education conditions and employment prospects etc. Following that Dr. Liu Yu-peng, assistant to the dean of school of computer science of DIT introduced the general conditions of DIT, including itsscale, history and number of students and so on. Dr. Liu in particularly introduced the school of computer science of DIT, which is the largest computer school in Ireland owning 3 nationally leading research centers. The school has a close contact with enterprises which provides its students a promising employment prospect. Dr. James Curtin, dean of the school of health and food science introduced the conditions of his school in aspects of the research fields, the Irish food and pharmaceutical industries as well as the 2+2 program and student exchange program between DIT and our university. At last the delegation patiently answered the questions raised by our students one by one, thus successfully ended the meeting.
After the above-said meeting,the delegation held another meeting with theteachers from our school of computer science and technology and school of chemical engineering and materials science. The two parties further discussed the student exchange program and 2+2 program between our two universities, and in particularly focused on negotiating the potential teacher exchange program. Both parties wished to promote our cooperation in the future.
For more information about our international cooperative programs, please visit the website of our international officehttp://guojihz.zhbit.com/.
Introduction ofIrish Dublin Institute of Technology
DublinInstituteofTechnology (“DIT”) is known for its capacity in training competitive graduates. By encouraging innovation, DIT adheres to the education philosophy focusing on practical and occupation development, and has transported to Ireland and the world a large number of practical talents.
With a history of 125 years DIT is a pioneer of higher technical education. Itcommits to interdisciplinary innovation and attracts a wide range of students with different backgrounds. Its alumni play an important role in the fields of technology innovation, education, economic and social development in Ireland and the international community.
Additionally, DIT has built extensive contacts with enterprises and positively supplied qualified talents or even business tailor-made graduates to enterprises, thus has a major influence locally.
More information regarding DIT could be found on its official website: http://www.dit.ie/about/
2014 the Times “Global Higher Education Ranking” No. 94
2013 the UI GreenMetric “World University Ranking” No. 157
2012 the QS “World University Ranking” No. 451~500
2011 the QS “World University Ranking” No. 395
Ranking of Majors: 2011 Electronic Engineering ranked No. 151 worldwide
(edited by / Xiao Qi-de approved by / He Xiao-yang)