Introduction to the Joint Education Programs of Graduate Students at OUC
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2014-06-18
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1. Joint Education Programs with The University of New South Wales at Canberra

Started in 2008, the program is directed to graduate students at OUC majoring in oceanography, mathematics, electronic engineering, computer science, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, economics, and management. The program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of doctoral candidates selected from graduate students at OUC. A doctoral candidate who meets the requirements of the University of New South Wales at Canberra is eligible to obtain a doctoral degree conferred by the University of New South Wales at Canberra.

2. Joint Education Programs with Universite d'Angers

Started in 2008, the program is directed to graduate students at OUC majoring in French language and literature, as well as English language literature. This program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of graduate students. Having obtained the bachelor’s degree and completed the first-year of graduate study at OUC, the student can register and study at the Universite d'Angers for the second year. Thereafter the student is eligible to obtain a master’s degree conferred by the Universite d'Angers. When the student returns to OUC and fulfills the academic requirements for graduationhe/she is also eligible to obtain a master’s degree conferred by OUC.

3. Joint Education Programs with Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Bretagne Brest

Started in 2011, the program is directed at graduate students at OUC majoring in economics and management. The program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of graduate students. The study in France will last for a semester or a year.Program director at OUC: Miss Zhao Jing (International Office)

4. Joint Education Programs with Kangnam University

Started in 2001, the program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of graduate students. The study in Korea will last for a semester.

5. Joint Education Programs with Korea University

Started in 2011, the program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of graduate students. The study in Korea will last for a semester or a year. The applicant must be a graduate student who has completed the first two years of study at OUC.

6. Joint Education Programs with Kyungpook National University

Started in 2011, the program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of graduate students. The study in Korea will last for a semester or a year.

7. Joint Education Programs with Université du Québec à Rimouski

Started in 2011, the program is directed at graduate students at OUC majoring in oceanography or other marine-related majors. The program adopts a cooperative mode through the joint education of doctoral candidates and graduate students at OUC. A doctoral candidate or graduate who meets the requirements of both the Université du Québec à Rimouski and OUC is eligible to obtain the degrees conferred by both the Unversite du Quebec a Rimouski and OUC,respectively.

Program director: Mr.Guan Changlong (College of Physical and Environmental Oceanography

8. Joint Education Programs with University of Houston-Victoria

Started in 2008, the joint graduate program with the University of Houston-Victoria is mainly directed to OUC graduate students majoring in computer information systems. A graduate student who meets the requirements is eligible to obtain a master’s degree conferred by the University of Houston-Victoria in the US.

Program director at OUC: Lv Ming (College of Information Science and Engineering)

9. Joint Education Programs with Oregon State University

Started in 2008, the joint doctoral program with Oregon State University is mainly directed at OUC doctoral candidates. A doctoral candidate who meets the requirements is eligible to obtain a doctoral degree conferred by Oregon State University in the US.

10. Joint Education Programs with Texas A&M University

Started in 2006, the program with Texas A&M University has offered OUC students majoring in marine science and geosciences opportunities to pursue a doctoral degree or a master’s degree, or to participate in the joint programs. A student of the first two categories who fulfills the academic requirements is eligible to obtain the corresponding degree conferred by Texas A&M University in the US.

Program director at OUC: Fu Gang (Graduate School)

11. Joint Education Programs with University of Massachusetts at Boston

Started in 2007, the “1+1(+1)” Joint Postgraduate Program with the University of Massachusetts at Boston is directed to OUC graduate students majoring in environmental science or marine science. This program has separate stages, that is, students in this program complete their first year at OUC and their second year at the University of Massachusetts at Boston, and the third year depends on their studies. A graduate student who meets the academic requirements of both universities is eligible to obtain two master’s degrees conferred by both the University of Massachusetts at Boston and OUC, respectively.

12. Joint Education Programs with Hokkaido University

Started in 2011, the Joint Educational Program is in place with Hokkaido University. The study in Japan will be no more than two academic years.

13. Joint Education Programs with Nagasaki University

Started in 1997, the Joint Postgraduate Program is in place with Nagasaki University. The study in Japan will be no more than two academic years.

14. Joint Education Programs with University of Liverpool

Started in 2011, a joint doctoral program with University of Liverpool has been established. Students who fulfill the academic requirements of both universities are eligible to obtain two doctoral degrees conferred by the University of Liverpool and OUC, respectively.

Program director at OUC: Chang Zongyu (College of Engineering)

15. Joint Education Programs with University of Bremen

Started in 2007, the programs with the University of Bremen offer an opportunity to OUC graduate students majoring in marine sciences to pursue a doctoral degree or master’s degree, or to study in a “1+2” Joint Postgraduate Program. This joint Postgraduate program is achieved in separate stages, that is, students in this program complete their first year at OUC, and their second and third years at the University of Bremen. Students who fulfill the academic requirements of both universities are eligible to obtain two master’s degrees conferred by the University of Bremen and OUC, respectively.