The University of Chester China Centre is a Business, Education and Entrepreneurial Centre to aid the growth of trade and education between the UK and China. It runs and helps to support a number of major initiatives to foster collaboration, partnerships and programmes between Chinese and UK businesses and universities.
It currently foster linkages with partner universities and programmes. which are located in such major centres and cities such as Beijing, Chengdu, Dalian, Guangzhou, Guilin, Jiangsu, Shandong, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Wuhan, Xiamen and Xi’an, amongst others.
The Centre promotes an understanding of China that fully recognises its role as a global cultural and economic power whilst helping to coordinate and develop Chinese student recruitment, China-related study and research capabilities. It also supports visiting Chinese scholars and conducts an annual survey of UK and Chinese businesses and their export capability and skills needs. It hosts the Annual Marco Polo Initiative Conference, which focuses on global trade and the development of the Belt Road Initiative (New Silk Road). It is also building links with Chinese organisations in education, the cultural and creative sectors, business and government and fostering this across the university.
The Institute contributes to a growing interdisciplinary interest in China among both students and academics at Chester.
We organise the following major staff and student initiatives and programmes:
We foster and support the development of collaborative programmes and research across the university in conjunction with the International Office, Faculties across the university and partner institutions.
CONTACT US: email@example.com
Dr Wing Lam
Director, China Centre
T: 01244 511904
Professor Phil Harris
Executive Dean, China Centre
T: 01244 511867
International Programme Director, China Centre
Eight Visiting Students from Shaanxi University of Science and Technology (SUST), China, attended their Farewell Ceremony on Monday the 11th of November 2019 at Churchill House, Queen’s Park Campus.
On April 12, a delegation headed by Vice Chancellor Tim Wheeler and Business Research Institute Executive Director Phil Harris of the University of Chester. visited Shaanxi Normal University. They were received by SNNU president You Xuqun and vice president Ren Xiaowei at the Administration Building on Chang’an campus.
Professor Phil Harris of the Business Research Institute, University of Chester presented an academic seminar recently at Jiangsu University, China.
A delegation from Dezhou University opens the Research Centre for Traditional Chinese Culture and Communication at the University of Chester
University of Chester Chinese students enjoyed a series of friendly Basketball matches against Bangor University CSSA on 23rd March 2019