China-Finland dual bachelor’s degree program to launch in Nanjing
2018-04-08 16:32:00

A cooperative bachelor’s program in software engineering offered by the Nanjing Institute of Technology and the University of Oulu in Finland will begin recruiting students this summer.

The first education cooperative program for China and Finland in the “4+0” model, it allows domestic students to receive a degree from both universities after finishing their four years of study in China. The Nanjing Institute of Technology is the first in China to grant a bachelor’s degree from a Finland university for Chinese students who don’t need to study abroad.

At a press release on April 4 in Nanjing, Professor Markku Oivo from the University of Oulu said the university is recognized as the largest public multidisciplinary research university in Finland and it conducts world-class research into information technology, engineering, biosciences and other disciplines.

In the cooperative bachelor’s program, Oulu will offer 18 courses that are basic core units in software engineering. Instructors from the university will teach the courses in China.

After enrollment, students in Nanjing will receive the same services as their counterparts in Finland, enjoying access to digital journals, books and online resources in the university’s library.

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