Principal Deborah Jackson of American Cambridge College visited UJN

Apr,27 2016  from:News Center

On April 26, Principal Deborah Jackson of American Cambridge College and her attendants visited UJN. Wang Baoxian, Vice principal of UJN, met them. The relevant person in charge of international cooperation and exchanges, business schools attended the meeting. Related personnel  of International Cooperation and Exchanges and Business College also attended the meeting.

On the meeting, vice principal Wang Baoxian made a brief introduction about basic situation of UJN's development, academic achievement and our new goal in international communication  development of China's 13th plan of five-year national development. Vice principal Wang Baoxian mentioned that, UJN has always valued the communication with American universities, especially foreign cooperation in advanced and characteristic disciplines. To the end of 2015, UJN made some adjustment in some department and set up Business School. UJN's scale and strength has been greatly improved, meanwhile foreign exchange activities became more active. Massachusetts , the location of Cambridge College, can provide abundant educational resources and opportunities for cooperation to us. We hope that, we can expand our cooperation to new project like communication activities between our teachers and students majored in business studies.  
 
  Principle Deborah Jackson thanked receptionist and introduced the basic situation of  Cambridge College to them. She mentioned that, the history of our cooperation can track back for a long time. Ten year ago, Cambridge College carried out a teachers communication program with the former economic school. Cambridge College are looking forward to further strengthen the communication between us, by promoting the cooperative projects like students exchanging, and the "2 + 2" joint training plan.

After the meeting, foreign guests visited our, and discussed cooperative details with responsible persons and reached a cooperation intention.

Cambridge College was founded in 1971. Main campus located in Cambridge of Massachusetts. It also has branch campus in Springfield of Massachusetts, Lawrence, Chesapeake of Virginia, Memphis of Tennessee, Augusta of Georgia, SAN Juan of Puerto Rico and Ontario of California. Cambridge College can entitle bachelor's, master's and doctorate's degree and has online course for different student. Cambridge College has applied science, human services,  judicial study, law study, management, psychology, counseling psychology, early education and child care, health care, school management, special education, etc.