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Studying in a global city: Shanghai


7 May 2012

On May 7 Fudan University, the partner university of the Confucius Institute, will hold an information day at the University of Sydney.

Fudan University was established in Shanghai in 1905 and is one of China's top ranking universities. Fudan University has multiple research links with University of Sydney academics and collaboration agreements with faculties, schools and research centres. Fudan University offers regular Chinese language programs and organises short-term intensive courses in cooperation with the Confucius Institute. Fudan University also provides various scholarships to overseas students.

Professor John Hearn, Deputy Vice-Chancellor International, will open the Fudan University Day on Monday 7 May 2012 12.00 noon with a welcome speech on behalf of the University of Sydney.

If you are interested in studying in China, this is an opportunity to ask questions and talk to our visitors from Fudan University. Light refreshment will be provided.

Mon 7 May 12pm-3pm
The Law Foyer, the Law Building, University of Sydney
Booking: Click here to visit the event page and register