Delaware State University Signs Agreements With Five Universities in China and Ghana

delaware-state-logoHistorically Black Delaware State University in Dover has entered into new partnership agreements with five universities in China and Ghana.

In China, agreements were signed with the Changchun University of Science and Technology (CUST) and the Dalian University of Technology’s School of Continuing Education. The agreement with CUST will allow students at the Chinese university to spend their senior year at Delaware State studying computational mathematics and optical information science. The agreement with the Dalian University of Technology will facilitate the entrance of graduates of the Chinese university into the MBA program at Delaware State.

The agreements with the University of Cape Coast, the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology call for faculty and student exchanges, research collaborations, joint grant proposals, and other academic and developmental activities.

Williams_harryDelaware State University President Harry L. Williams stated that “these agreements are solid evidence that international institutions of higher education are finding outstanding academic value in Delaware State University and great opportunities for their students to achieve their academic aspirations by studying abroad at DSU. We will continue to work to expand our international portfolio and establish this institution as a highly desired global educational destination.”

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