Delaware State University Partners With Beihua University in China

Delaware State University, the historically Black educational institution in Dover, has entered into a partnership agreement with Beihua University in Jilin, China. The agreement calls for the establishment of  a joint graduate program in physics between the two universities.

Under the agreement students at Beihua University will complete three years of study in China. They will then come to Delaware State for one semester of intensive study of English. Upon completion, they will be eligible for admission to the master’s degree program in physics at Delaware State. Upon completion of their first year at Delaware State, the students will receive a bachelor’s degree from Beihua University. Students will be expected to complete the master’s degree in physics with one additional year of study at Delaware State. As many as 20 students from Beihua University can participate in the program each year, under the agreement.

The two universities also agreed on study abroad opportunities for students from both universities. Up to 10 Delaware State University students will be eligible for summer programs each year at Beihua University.

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