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International Collaboration Overview

Date:  2020-07-06 09:45:23  Click:

​​​(Updated April, 2020)

JUFE pays high attention to internationalization. It has established stable relationship with 146 universities in 41 countries and regions. The universities included are Stony Brook University, New York, the University of Regina, the University of Southampton, Audencia Nantes, Monash University, Oulu University, Aalborg University and so on. Since 1998, JUFE had been allowed to run the Sino-US Cooperative MBA program and Sino-Australian cooperative MBA program. In 2010, it officially became the first member in mainland China to join the International Exchange Organization (ISEP). Since 2013, more than 1,500 students studied abroad in the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, France, Finland, and the Netherlands. Over 900 students graduated from JUFE continued their study in top 100 universities around the world such as Oxford University and Cambridge University for their master's or doctoral degrees. In 1999, JUFE recruited the first batch of international students from the Vienna University of Economics in Austria. Currently, it offers the major of international business in English for the overseas undergraduate students and our majors including international trade, finance, accounting, and statistics for the overseas postgraduates and doctors studying in JUFE. In 2018, it recruited 500 international students from more than 60 countries. In May 2016, the Confucius Institute, which was established in the University of Coventry in the UK, officially started to run.

Adhering to the motto of “Honesty, Vitality, Integrity and Tenacity” and its philosophy of “Dedication, Harmony and Striving for Perfection”, JUFE has made great achievements in talent-cultivating, scientific research, community service and international exchanges, greatly contributing to the advancement of economy and society, both locally and nationally. Now, JUFE is committed to building up a distinctive high-level university of Finance and Economics.