University of Nottingham - International recognition

November 4, 2010

A UK university's campus in China has been recognised for its international research collaborations by the country's government. The University of Nottingham's Ningbo campus, which opened in 2004, has become the first foreign university to be designated an "international cooperation base" - a status awarded to universities and companies with successful international research collaborations. Chris Rudd, the pro vice-chancellor who leads Nottingham's strategic partnerships group, said the award "signals our arrival as a mature and respected provider of research and knowledge transfer, delivering UK excellence with an Asian flavour".

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