Nanchang University and Kennesaw State sign cooperative agreement to enhance international education for both institutions

Although separated by several continents and massive bodies of water‚ a delegation representing Nanchang University in China brought its institution closer to the United States via a cooperative agreement with Kennesaw State University. It is aimed at a systematic exchange of academic and professional staff and students in the coming months and will be coordinated through KSU’s Coles College of Business‚ KSU’s Institute for Global Initiatives and Nanchang’s International Exchange College. “This agreement allows students and faculty from KSU to study‚ teach or work at Nanchang while receiving credit‚” said Sheb True‚ former director of the Coles College International Centre. “It sets up many opportunities for both institutions‚ especially in the areas of research.”(For the complete story‚ please click on the headline above.)

Georgia (Jun 20, 2007) — Although separated by several continents and massive bodies of water‚ a delegation representing Nanchang University in China brought its institution closer to the United States via a cooperative agreement with Kennesaw State University. It is aimed at a systematic exchange of academic and professional staff and students in the coming months and will be coordinated through KSU’s Coles College of Business‚ KSU’s Institute for Global Initiatives and Nanchang’s International Exchange College.

“This agreement allows students and faculty from KSU to study‚ teach or work at Nanchang while receiving credit‚” said Sheb True‚ former director of the Coles College International Centre. “It sets up many opportunities for both institutions‚ especially in the areas of research.”

KSU officials also hope that the partnership’s collaboration will eventually lead to the implementation of an Executive MBA program at Nanchang.

Nanchang‚ a comprehensive research university located about an hour from Shanghai‚ has about 36‚000 undergraduate and 6‚800 graduate students.


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