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SZTU inks partnership with Macquarie University

Edited by:Release Time:2023/12/20

On December 13, Shenzhen Technology University (SZTU) and Macquarie University (MQ) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) through an online platform to establish a cooperative relationship. The agreement aims to promote in-depth cooperation in education, scientific research, and talent exchange, providing teachers and students with international education and research opportunities. Prof. Ming Zhong, vice president of SZTU, and David Harrison, acting vice chancellor of MQ, attended the signing ceremony on behalf of the two universities.



Attendees of MQ (left) and SZTU (right) [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]



MQ Campus [Photo/]


Founded in 1964, Macquarie University was built to break from traditions and work in tandem with industry. MQ has over 45,000 students and 3,000 staff members from 114 countries with the Wallumattagal Campus (main campus) located 15 kilometres from Sydney's city centre. As a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, MQ is ranked among the top 1% universities in the world according to the QS Rankings 2024 and Times Higher Education Rankings 2024. Divided into four main faculties: Macquarie Business School, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Science and Technology, and Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences, MQ is committed to preparing students to be creative, internationally-minded individuals who will contribute to the advancement and development of the world. It is internationally renowned for its major disciplines, including Economics and Finance, Management, Education, Linguistics, Psychology, Humanities, Law, Sociology, Culture and Media, Laser Studies, Environmental and Life Sciences, and Information and Computer Sciences.



Prof. Ming Zhong, vice-president of SZTU [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


Prof. Ming expressed his hope that both sides would take this MoU as an opportunity to learn from each other’s philosophy and experience so as to further enhance the internationalization of both MQ and SZTU, promoting the in-depth development of China-Australia education cooperation.



David Harrison, acting vice chancellor of MQ [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


David congratulated the two universities on officially establishing a cooperative relationship. Confident in MQ’s excellent international development results and its ability to attract outstanding international students, he hoped that MQ and SZTU could join hands to create more opportunities for all-round cooperation, especially promoting long-term exchange programs for teachers and students.


By establishing cooperative relationships with colleges and universities in Finland, the United States, Australia, and other countries, SZTU has expanded its international network and is well prepared to have close links with the world.




Drafted by Sam(叶琛), Lily(董媛媛)/ International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office

Revised by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office

Edited by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office