Gengdan Institute has signed cooperation agreements with three universities in the United States, Canada and Australia
Recently, BGD has signed cooperation agreements or letter of intent with Kent State University (USA), Cape Breton University (Canada) and Deakin University (Australia), covering MBA, 3+1+1 courses, exchange students, winter and summer courses, teachers exchange, academic cooperation research and other forms of cooperation.
Kent State University, founded in 1910 in Ohio, is one of the world's top public research institutions and one of the top universities recognized and recommended by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China. In 2020, according to the US News and World Report, the Kent State University ranked 211th.
Cape Breton University, Founded in 1953, is a comprehensive public university in Nova Scotia, Canada, ranked 18th in the 2020 McLean Journal Canadian University rankings.
Deakin University, founded in 1974 in Victoria, Australia, is a top public university funded by the federal government. Deakin University ranks 271 in the 2021 QS World University rankings and is also the top 50 young universities in the world.
The signing of the cooperation agreements between BGD and three universities, all four universities have experienced many online meetings, email exchanges, interviews with the Chinese office and other repeated communication discussions during the pandemic period, which is an important manifestation of BGD further expansion and deepening of international cooperation and exchange.