Clark University and Shandong University of Science and Technology
Over 800 students currently study in Clark University's program with Shandong University of Science and Technology (SUST). Now in its 6th year, the government-approved collaborative program recruits approximately 200 students each year. Students major in either Economic and International Trade, or Information Technology Systems. The program features faculty from Clark teaching 1/3 of courses at SUST.
The program is structured in a 3+1+1 format for students who are qualified to study for at Clark, completing 3 years at SUST and 1 year at Clark. The credits attained at Clark University are transferred to SUST, and students receive their Bachelor's Degree from SUST. The students then continue their studies at Clark for 1 year to obtain their graduate degree.
Clark University and Hefei University of Technology
Over 300 students currently study in Clark University's program with Hefei University of Technology (HFUT), now in its fourth year.
The program is structured in a 2+2 dual degree format for students who are qualified to study at Clark, completing 2 years at HFUT and 2 years at Clark. When they graduate, they receive a diploma from both universities.
National Scholarship Foundation Training Program
ChinaAccess has worked with the National Scholarship Foundation for several years to train higher education administrators from China on current issues. These training programs are in partnership with universities in the U.S., and issues include university finance management, university administration management, university research and commercialization.
The most recent trip, a delegation of 21 officials including the Vice President, Deans, and the Chairman of the Department, went to Boston and Western Massachusetts for a weeklong training program. The delegation visited Harvard, UMass, Mount Holyoke, and Springfield, and included topics on education management and curriculum development.