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Michigan State University (MSU) has a long history of partnering with Chinese higher education, research, and other institutions. MSU is very intentional when it comes to forming international partnerships as the most productive collaborations come from partners with shared values and compatible academic disciplines.


WechatIMG50.jpegAmerican Universities' China Association 

The American Unviersities’ China Association (AUCA) is an association of professionals representing American higher education institutions in China. The association is dedicated to promoting educational, academic, and cultural exchanges and partnerships between American and Chinese higher education institutions. Michigan State University is a member of the association.

Contact: Jennifer Wargo, pippinj1(at)msu.edu

WeChat: AUCAChina 

Website: http://aucachina.com/


43115_201209201617271X8Fi.jpgBeijing Institute of Graphic Communication

The Michigan State University School of Packaging encourages the exchange of faculty, scholars, students, academic information, and materials with the Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication in belief that the research and educational processes at both parties will be enhanced and that mutual understanding between respective faculty, scholars, and students will be increased by the establishment of such exchanges.

Contact: Susan Selke, sselke(at)anr.msu.edu

Website: http://bigc.edu.cn


BNU_logo_2.pngBeijing Normal University

The College of Education at MSU and Beijing Normal University have a long-standing partnership, which includes research collaboration and publishing, faculty, scholar, and student exchange, and also holding joint conferences. 

MSU Contact: Lynn Paine, painel(at)msu.edu

Website: https://www.bnu.edu.cn/


Capital_University_of_Economics_and_Business_logo.pngCapital University of Economic and Business

Through MSU's Visiting International Professional Program (VIPP), Capital University of Economic and Business undergraduate students study at MSU for six months in VIPP's Global Young Professional Program.

Contact: Xinyu Wu, xinyuwu(at)msu.edu

Website: https://www.cueb.edu.cn/


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American Semester Program: Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) directly enrolls students into MSU's American Semester Program.

Contact: Lewis Cardenas, carden12(at)msu.edu

Eli Broad College of Business: MSU's Eli Broad College of Business partners with CUFE to bring students from CUFE's School of Accountancy to participate in MSU's Master's of Accounting program. 

Contact: Chris Hogan, hogan(at)broad.msu.edu

Website: http://www.cufe.edu.cn/


Logo_CRISP-2-300x300.jpgChina Research Institute for Science Popularization

The partnership with the China Research Institute for Science Popularization (CRISP) involves knowledge sharing and mutual capacity development around the study of public opinion about science, the measurement of science literacy in public surveys, and broader issues related to public engagement on science and technology topics. This is a general affiliation agreement to establish exchange programs.

Contact: John C. Besley, jbesley(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.crsp.org.cn/


CUPL-logo.pngChina University of Political Science and Law

The Law College at MSU and the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange at China University of Political Science and Law have a general agreement to foster international cooperation in education and research.

Contact: Daniel Barnhizer,

               daniel.barnhizer(at)law.msu.edu

               Carrie Feeheley, feehelec(at)msu.edu

Website: http://zjkxyjy.cupl.edu.cn/index.htm


Chongqing_Medical_University_logo.pngChongqing Medical University  

The College of Nursing at MSU and Chongqing Medical University have a general agreement to foster international coorperation in education and research.

Contact: Teresa Wehrwein, wehrwei6(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.cqmu.edu.cn/

 

 


Communication_University_of_China_logo.pngCommunication University of China

The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU partners with several Chinese institutions, including the Communication University of China. This partnership includes a credit transfer agreement that graduate students from partnering institutions who are admitted to the Strategic Communication program at MSU may transfer up to 9 credits taken at their home university.

Contact: Li Hairong, hairong(at)msu.edu

Website: http://en.cuc.edu.cn/


dongfang.jpgDongfang International Center for Educational Exchange

MSU's Visiting International Professional Program (VIPP) partners with Dongfang International Center for Educational Exchange to offer university faculty six to 12 months of professional development at MSU through VIPP's Global Professional Education Program.

Contact: Xinyu Wu, xinyuwu(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.cscdf.org/


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The MSU Chinese Language and Culture education abroad program at Harbin Institute of Technology, China, started in 2009 and currently has summer-, semester-, and year-long programs. MSU students can earn credits through these programs.

Contact: Xiaoshi Li, xli(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.hit.edu.cn/

 


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Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen) directly enrolls students into MSU's American Semester Program.

Contact: Lewis Cardenas, carden12(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.hitsz.edu.cn/index.html

 


a2cc7cd98d1001e9e2e5b449b30e7bec55e7979f.gifHarbin Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences 

MSU's partnership with the Harbin Veterinary Research Institute seeks to establish a research platform named “Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, CAAS-Michigan State University Joint Laboratory of Innate Immunity."  Through international collaborations between China and the U.S., this research platform will study viral diseases that infect human and animals.

Contact: Yong-hui Zheng, zhengyo(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.hvri.ac.cn/


Hustseals.pngHuazhong University of Science and Technology

College of Communication Arts and Sciences: The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU partners with several Chinese institutions, including the School of Journalism and Information Communication at Huazhong University of Science and Technology. This partnership includes a credit transfer agreement that graduate students from partnering institutions who are admitted to the Strategic Communication program at MSU may transfer up to 9 credits taken at their home university. 

Contact: Hairong Li, hairong(at)msu.edu

School of Social Work: The School of Social Work (SSW) at MSU and the College of Sociology at Huazhong University of Science and Technology formed a partnership in 2017. The past few years’ collaboration has focused on visiting scholar exchange, training of social work students and faculty in the summer, and research collaboration. SSW has hosted two Chinese scholars, participated in two summer trainings, and yielded multiple publications with collaborators at both institutions.

Contact: Fei Sun, sunfei(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.hust.edu.cn/


c2cec3fdfc039245f0e773f38794a4c27c1e25ff.jpgJiangxi University of Finance and Economics

The Office of Migrant Student Services at MSU and the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange at Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics have a memorandum of understanding to foster international cooperation in cultural exchange and immersion programs.

Contact:  Luis Alonzo Garcia, garcial(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.jxufe.cn//


95eef01f3a292df5d970c43cbd315c6034a87363.jpgJinan University

American Semester Program: Jinan University directly enrolls students into MSU's American Semester Program.

Contact: Lewis Cardenas, carden12(at)msu.edu

College of Communication Arts and Sciences: The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU partners with several Chinese institutions, including the College of Journalism and Communication at Jinan University. This partnership includes a credit transfer agreement that graduate students from partnering institutions who are admitted to the Strategic Communication program at MSU may transfer up to 9 credits taken at their home university. 

Contact: Hairong Li, hairong(at)msu.edu

Website: https://www.jnu.edu.cn/


kun.jpgKunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Michigan State University and Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences have a general agreement to foster international cooperation in education and research.

Contact: Gregory Bonito, bonito(at)mail.msu.edu

Website: http://www.kib.ac.cn/


Nanjing_Agricultural_University_logo.pngNanjing Agricultural University

MSU has a deep partnership with Nanjing Agricultural University (NAU). This includes the Asia Hub initiative at NAU which is a hub for innovative international partnerships to co-advance science and co-generate knowledge required to address emerging sustainability challenges in Asia. This Asia Hub initiative at NAU includes physical office space for MSU faculty and staff to help coordinate communications and Asia Hub efforts. The MSU-NAU partnership also includes faculty exchanges and a new, Chinese Ministry of Education-approved Joint Institute 2+2 model for NAU students with the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Contact: Jiaguo Qi, qi(at)msu.edu

               Steven Pueppke, pueppke(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.njau.edu.cn/ (NAU)

               http://asia-hub.org/ (Asia Hub at NAU)


info.pngNanjing University of Information Science and Technology

The College of Engineering at MSU and the College of Computer and Software at the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology have a general agreement to foster international cooperation in education and research.

Contact: Alex Liu, alexliu(at)cse.msu.edu

Website: https://www.nuist.edu.cn/


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Nankai University

Nankai University directly enrolls students into

MSU's American Semester Program.

Contact: Lewis Cardenas, carden12(at)msu.edu

Website: http://nankai.en.school.cucas.cn/

 

 


1200px-Peking_University_seal.svg.pngPeking University

The Eli Broad College of Business, the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at MSU, and the Peking University Research Institute on International Business and Management have a general agreement to collaborate on research activities. 

Contact: Chris Hogan, hogan(at)broad.msu.edu

Website: https://www.pku.edu.cn/

 


PrincetonEducationGroup_web-size-BLUE-1.pngPrinceton Education and Technology 

MSU's Child Development Laboratories in Human Development and Family Studies partners with Princeton Education and Technology (PET) to offer professional development related to early childhood education for PET administrative and teaching staff.

Contact: Laurie Linscott, linscott(at)hdfs.msu.edu,

               Wan Hsuan Lin, linwanhs(at)msu.edu

Website: http://princetoneducationgroup.com/


Sjtu-logo-standard-red.pngShanghai Jiaotong University

The MSU/MBA program partners with Shanghai Jiaotong University on student exchanges for consulting projects or related graduate business education. The exchanges largely occur in summer semester.

Contact: Wayne Hutchison, hutchison(at)broad.msu.edu

Website: https://www.sjtu.edu.cn/

 


2525c7243ea411ba433e702c62e9c9b64d7379a6.jpgShanghai Library

The partnership between the MSU Libraries and the Shanghai Library facilitates book donations for the "Window of Shanghai" collection at MSU and opens the possibility of other forms of collaboration.

Contact: Xian Wu, wuxian(at)msu.edu

Website: https://library.sh.cn/

 


124350.jpgShanghai Normal University 

College of Communication Arts and Sciences: The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU partners with several Chinese institutions, including the College of Humanities and Communication at Shanghai Normal University. This partnership includes a credit transfer agreement that graduate students from partnering institutions who are admitted to the Strategic Communication program at MSU may transfer up to 9 credits taken at their home university. 

Contact: Hairong Li, hairong(at)msu.edu

College of Music: The College of Music at MSU and the Music College at Shanghai Normal University have a cooperative educational program that promotes music education, performance excellence, cultural exchange and collaboration in areas of common interest and benefit to both institutions.

Contact: Moriarty Deborah, forgerd(at)msu.edu

               Haobing Zhu, bingpiano(at)foxmail.com

College of Social Science: MSU Department of Psychology has partnered with Shanghai Normal University to establish the Shanghai-MSU Research Consortium on Career and Work Psychology. The goal of this consortium is to promote international collaborative research on career and work psychology. Fudan University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Tongji University, and East China Normal University are additional partners with more universities to join later. The main activities of the Consortium involve an Annual Symposium, which alternates between Shanghai and East Lansing, and the publication of the Chinese Journal of Career and Work Psychology.

Contact: Frederick Leong, fleong(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.shnu.edu.cn/


023b5bb5c9ea15ceaae67b61b8003af33a87b24a.jpgShanghai University of Finance and Economics 

The MSU Eli Broad College of Business, Department of Accounting partners with Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) through a general agreement for academic cooperation. This includes exchange of academic and educational materials, possible exchange of students, and assistance in course development and scholarly research. Sets forth terms and conditions pursuant to which students from SUFE's School of Accountancy will be able to participate in MSU’s Master’s of Accounting program.

Contact: Chris Hogan, hogan(at)broad.msu.edu

Website: http://www.sufe.edu.cn/


Southeast_University_logo.pngSoutheast University

The Colleges of Human Medicine and Arts and Letters at MSU and the School of Humanities at Southeast University have a memorandum of understanding to foster international cooperation in education and research. 

Contact: Matthew McKeon, mckeonm(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.seu.edu.cn/

 


200px-Southwest_University,_Chongqing_(crest).pngSouthwest University

The Faculty of Education at Southwest University (SWU) and the College of Education at Michigan State University celebrated 10 years of partnership in 2019. Core activities include receiving SWU scholars each fall, sending MSU graduate and undergraduate student groups for short-term visits to SWU, and exploring opportunities for faculty and research collaboration.

Contact: Lynn Paine, painel(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.swu.edu.cn/


logo-sunyen-300x262.pngSun Yat-Sen University 

MSU and Sun Yat-Sen University partner to establish a joint center for tropical disease control, with a special focus on developing Wolbachia for dengue control in South China. This collaboration has led to joint studies and publications with broad international implications.

Contact: Zhiyong Xi, xizy(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.sysu.edu.cn/2012/cn/index.htm


Logo_University_of_Science_and_Technology_Beijing.pngUniversity of Science and Technology

The University of Science and Technology directly enrolls students into MSU's American Semester Program.

Contact: Lewis Cardenas, carden12(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.ustb.edu.cn/


Wuhan_University_Logo.pngWuhan University 

The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU partners with several Chinese institutions, including the School of Journalism and Communication at Wuhan University. This partnership includes a credit transfer agreement that graduate students from partnering institutions who are admitted to the Strategic Communication program at MSU may transfer up to 9 credits taken at their home university. 

Contact: Hairong Li, hairong(at)msu.edu

Website: https://www.whu.edu.cn/


Xi'an_Jiaotong_University.pngXi'An Jiaotong University

College of Natural Science/American Semester Program: This partnership is with the School of Science of Xi'An Jiaotong University (XJTU), one of the C9 elite universities in China. Within the partnership, XJTU delegates one to four students per year who spend one to two semesters enrolled as regular students at MSU. When here, the students participate in the American Semester Program. Aside from physics and mathematics classes, the students take one breadth course and they engage in a research project in physics. At times the project continues remotely after the students leave. 

College of Natural Science Contact: Pawel Danielewicz, danielew(at)msu.edu

American Semester Program Contact: Lewis Cardenas, carden12(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.xjtu.edu.cn/


logo.jpgYunnan Academy of Scientific and Technical Information

MSU's relationship with the Yunnan Academy of Scientific and Technical Information (YASTI) dates back to 2012 and is focused on new and sustainable energy sources. MSU and YASTI have collaborated on educational workshops and training programs aimed at advancing the use of sustainable energy in China and Southeast Asia.

Contact: Dana Kirk, kirkdana(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.istiy.yn.cn/


1200px-Zhejiang_University_Logo.svg.pngZhejiang University  

College of Communication Arts and Sciences: The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at MSU partners with several Chinese institutions, including the College of Media and International Culture at Zhejiang University (ZJU). This partnership includes a credit transfer agreement that graduate students from partnering institutions who are admitted to the Strategic Communication program at MSU may transfer up to 9 credits taken at their home university. 

Contact: Hairong Li, hairong(at)msu.edu

Office of China Programs: MSU has a memorandum of understanding with ZJU that involves more than 20 MSU graduate programs spanning six colleges. This agreement facilitates a 3+1+X program for ZJU students. Admitted undergraduate students from ZJU come to MSU during their senior year to begin their master's or doctoral studies.

Contact: Jennifer Wargo, pippinj1(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.zju.edu.cn/


logo.pngZhijiang College, Zhejiang University of Technology

The College of Engineering at MSU and the Zhijiang College of Zhejiang University of Technology (ZJUT) have a general agreement to foster international cooperation and access to MSU College of Engineering Master of Science degree programs. MSU College of Engineering is offering Zhijiang College of ZJUT a hybrid M.S. degree program.

Contact: George Zhu, zhug(at)msu.edu

Website: http://www.zzjc.edu.cn/