SDUST and UNSW signed the Memorandum of Understanding on the Double Master Degrees program
On 18 October 2018, SDUST and UNSW signed the Memorandum of Understanding on the Double Master Degrees program. The double master degrees program involves various disciplines and will start from the Oceanography and Remote Sensing. The College of Geomatics, SDUST, will promote the program to students through various methods, and with the assistance of staff from UNSW, eg. Presentations to students whenever available, and responsible for illustrating all details of the program to the students. The SDUST students will go through relative procedures before going to UNSW, such as, getting consent from his/her mentor in SDUST when choosing fields of research in UNSW. Additionally, SDUST also agrees to send visiting scholars and visiting postgraduate students to UNSW Canberra for academic exchange. The cooperation opportunity between UNSW and SDUST for the establishment of the UNSW Canberra new city campus was also discussed.
Dean of College of Geomatics, SDUST, Prof. Yang Fanlin; Dean of Department of International Exchange and Cooperation, SDUST, Prof. Zhao Xiangdong; and Director of SARCCM, UNSW, Prof. Wang Xiao Hua.