Recently, informed by the China Scholarship Council (CSC), three graduate students from the School of Business Administration of JUFE were entitled to study at the Aalborg University, Denmark with full government scholarship in 2020. Hu Yi and Lu Zhou, were qualified to study abroad for a doctoral joint cultivation program, while Chi Cheng, a postgraduate of technological economics and management, was entitled to pursue further study overseas.
Supported by China Scholarship Council and the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange, the School of Business Administration has built a platform for cultivating outstanding researchers and innovative talents proficient in Global Operations Management (GOBA). Additionally, the school has been conducting high-level academic research and joint talent cultivation with Aalborg University, the only five-star university in Denmark based on the QS World University Rankings 2020, in doctoral programs, joint doctoral student cultivation programs and visiting scholars programs. Among the school’s 7 graduate students eligible for state-funded overseas study, 2 of them participated in doctoral programs and 5 in joint doctoral student cultivation programs.
While some graduate students from the School of Business Administration are going global, others will remain at home. Peng Xue, a postgraduate of enterprise management graduated in 2020 and was admitted as a doctoral student of Sun Yat-sen University, a preeminent university in China and Jin Chenyuan will continue his study at JUFE for a doctoral degree by means of “recommendation and review”.