Study in other countries

1. State University of New York at Plattsburgh, USA

The State University of New York at Plattsburgh, also known as SUNY Plattsburgh or the City University of Plattsburgh, is a four-year public liberal arts college located in Plattsburgh, New York, USA. The University was founded in 1889 and opened its doors in 1890. Plattsburgh is one of 13 university colleges in the State University of New York system (SUNY has 64 campuses, including 4 university centers, 13 doctoral-granting institutions, 13 university colleges, 8 technical colleges, and 30 community colleges) and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

2. University of Crédertal, Paris Est, France

Universite Paris XII Val de Marne is one of the 13 new universities established in Paris in the 1960's. It is located in the Creteil district, southeast of Paris, and is a comprehensive university of arts and sciences. The university is composed of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty of Science and Engineering, the Faculty of Law and Society, the Faculty of Economics, Management and Environment, and the Faculty of Life Sciences and Health. Its academic strengths include bioengineering, biomedical engineering, technological interfaces, environmental management, artificial prosthetics, robotics, business intelligence, management computing and industrial computing.

3. University of Hertfordshire, UK

Founded in 1952, the University of Hertfordshire has a strong tradition of education and innovation and is one of the leading universities in the UK higher education sector. After more than 60 years of rapid growth, the University is now a comprehensive national university with more than 100 programs ranging from bachelor's and master's degrees to doctoral programs. The university's mission is to train practical engineering and modern management personnel for the country, and is known as the "cradle of entrepreneurs and engineers" in the UK.

4. University of South Wales, UK

The University of South Wales is a world-class university located in the Wales region of the United Kingdom. It was established in 1893 under a Royal Charter and consists of six campuses and two colleges, which became the University of Wales, the predecessor of the University of South Wales, and has a large influence in the country and abroad. It is also ranked as one of the leading universities in the UK.

5. Manuka Institute of Technology, New Zealand

Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the largest polytechnics in New Zealand, located in the South District of Auckland. In addition to local students, there are many international students from Singapore, Russia, Japan, Korea, China and some European countries. The school has a high quality of teaching and learning, with special emphasis on practical experience and application of knowledge.