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International Exchange and Cooperation

GZNU is enthusiastic and passionate about seeking for more educational and academic cooperation with schools around the world. It has, so far, established long-term partnership with universities, colleges, and institutes in America, Britain, Portugal, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, etc. to exchange visiting scholars, faculty, undeargraduate and graduate students and conduct jointly in scientific research.


International Conference

In recent years, the university held or co-organized international conferences to promote more global scientific cooperation, share achievements and experience as well as expand joint research. Here is to name a few: Sino-France International Conference on ‘Environment, Legacy and Sustainable Development’(2007), 2009 International Workshop on Open-source Software for Scientific Computation &2009 SCULAB-OW2 Joint Open-source Software Contest(2009), The Symposium on Cultural Heritage Protection of the Third China-Europa Forum(2010), The Tenth International Conference on Matrix Theory and its Applications(2012), International Workshop on Anti-Poverty in Karst Areas of Southwest China(2013), Frontiers in Radio Astronomy and FAST Early Sciences Symposium 2015(2015).

China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week, held in Guiyang from its 2nd to 8th year, is another important international activity supported by GZNU each year, offering great collaborating opportunities for our global mobility.

In order to better fulfill the mission of bringing in advanced ideas and methods of education and management we have jointly launched Higher National Diploma (HND) with Scottish Qualifications Authority and International General Education Courses with Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange.

Over the last five years we have over 350 experts and scholars from all over the world delivering speeches or giving lectures to our undergraduates and graduates. Furthermore, our foreign teachers’ team grows rapidly to 40 members while our visiting teachers to the rest countries and regions are up to 300. With their efforts, more information exchanged, more achievements shared and more cooperation established.