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International Cooperation and Exchange of Transportation Engineering School


In recent years, the school has developed a comprehensive system of mutual academic exchange, teacher and student exchange with many well-known international teaching and research institutions. Meanwhile, it has designed a “X+Y” model in cooperation with the international universities to provide students with overseas study experiences and achieved encouraging results.

The following are some of the partner colleges and institutions:

Cardiff University (UK)

University of Bremen (GER)

Ecole De Management De Normandie (FRC)

Massachusetts Maritime Academy (USA)

Maritime State University Named after Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy (RUS)

Liverpool John Moores University (UK)

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK)

National University of Singapore (SG)

University of Antwerp (BEL)

Texas A&M University (USA)

Kühne Logistics University (GER)

University of Le Havre (FRC)

Memorial University of Newfoundland (CAD)

Medaille College (USA)

University of Southern Denmark (DMK)

Tanzania National Institute of Transport (TZS)

University of Piraeus (GRE)

Chung-Ang University (KOR)

Meiji University (JP)

Incheon National University (KOR)

National Technical University of Athens (GRE)

Colombo International Nautical & Engineering College (Siri Lanka)

National Institute of Transport of Tanzania (Tanzania)

Port of Antwerp

University of Houston

The exchange students at home and abroad

In cooperation with Port of Antwerp

In cooperation with University of Bremen

Visiting Siri Lanka Campus

In cooperation with Liverpool John Moores University

In cooperation with National Institute of Transport of Tanzania

The schoolinvites well-known experts and scholars from home and abroad to visit ouruniversityfor short-middle-term lectures and academic exchanges and hold international academic conferenceswithscholarship programsset up byinternational institutions (Hong Kong Shipping Scholarship, Belgian Antwerp PortThesisScholarship). Theschoolhas been in successful working partnership with the international institutions for a long time and has achieved positive teaching and research resultswitha broad international vision in academic cooperation and exchanges.

The 4thInternational Symposium on Sino-EURO Logistics Network and its Evolution under the Background of Maritime Silk Road


In addition, theschoolenrolls undergraduate, master and doctoral students of relevant majors every year. More than 200 overseas students from over 40 countries receive higher education and advanced training with the help of the competent experienced teachers in relevant majors.

The international students’ campus life