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Students have the chance to learn about study opportunities in China at an event taking place on campus next week.
Professor Sarah Dixon, Dean of International Business School Suzhou (IBSS), is hosting a session on Tuesday, 4 March from 1pm – 2.30pm to outline the latest developments at the school and highlight the masters programmes which are available at Xi’an Jiatong Liverpool University (XJTLU).
The talk will include a question and answer session as well as refreshments, and students will be able to discuss the fantastic career opportunities available in China with alumni and the XJTLU delegation including:
“¢ Prof. David Sadler, Vice President of XJTLU/Pro-Vice-Chancellor of UoL
“¢ Prof. Adam Cross, Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching, IBSS
“¢ Prof. Ron Schramm, PhD Programme Director, IBSS
“¢ Ms. Hui Liu, School Manager, IBSS
The event will take place in the Eleanor Rathbone Theatre and is open to all University of Liverpool students, XJTLU 2+2 students and alumni, as well as potential PhD candidates.
XJTLU is a legally independent university which was created by the University of Liverpool in partnership with Xi’an Jiatong University. The University launched the International Business School Suzhou (IBSS) last year.
To register for the event please contact email@example.com with your name, programme and any questions that you would like to ask. The first 100 people to register will win a free t-shirt!
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