A comprehensive research university with a global vision, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) embraces internationalisation in its education and research, with a view to achieving excellence and gaining recognition for the University as a global leader.
The first student exchange program at the University was launched in 1965 with the University of California system. Today, CUHK has formal partnerships with over 460 institutions around the world, ranging from teaching and research collaborations to faculty and student exchanges, apart from joining a number of international associations to facilitate academic exchange. Serving as its international relations arm, the Office of Academic Links (OAL) promotes and facilitates the internationalisation of CUHK in its research, teaching and learning programmes so as to seek recognition for the University as a leader on the global stage.
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Organised by the Future Cities Research Hub of the School of Architecture and Planning at The University of Auckland, the PhD Symposium will be held on 3 September 2020 in Auckland, New Zealand. The Symposium will provide PhD students with opportunities to present their research work related to the topics
The APRU Global Health Case Competition is an annual competition that allows teams of students to devise solution to pressing global health challenges. This is open to all university students (undergraduate and postgraduate) and the topic for this year will be announced on 2 April 2020. Please kindly note the
The latest issue of OAL e-newsletter “GlobaLinks” is now available. (more…)
Call for applications: The University of Sydney – 2021 Sydney China Visitors Program (Deadline: 4 May 2020)
The University of Sydney (USyd) is inviting application to the 2021 Sydney China Visitors Program which supports faculty members to build/strengthen their collaboration with USyd. (more…)
The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Early Career Conference Grants are now inviting applications. The grants support early career academics who have not previously travelled for work beyond their home region. (more…)
The University of Vienna, Austria is inviting applications to the Non-EU Teaching Mobility Program 2020-21 which supports short-term teaching visits by faculty members in humanities, law, theology, social sciences, natural sciences, and life sciences of partner universities. (more…)