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February 10, 2021 Wednesday 11:48:25 AM IST

Major education award for Glasgow College UESTC

International Edu News

The University of Glasgow’s educational links with the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) have been recognised with a major award. Glasgow College UESTC, the two universities’ joint educational institute, has been named as Educational Partnership of the Year at the Scotland-China Business Awards.
The awards, organised by the China-Britain Business Council, celebrate achievements in trade and investment between Scotland and China. The award recognises Glasgow College UESTC’s innovative learning and teaching practices, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. The award’s judging panel also recognised the success of graduates, the quality of joint research projects, and continued influence on the transnational education sector.

Glasgow College UESTC, launched in 2013, encompasses three undergraduate and one postgraduate degree in the fields of electronics and electrical engineering. More than 2,000 students are currently studying at UESTC’s Qingshuihe campus in Chengdu, China.