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Detroit Mercy partners with institutions in China for Engineering and Financial Economics education

A group of Chinese students pose with Detroit Mercy officials.University of Detroit Mercy is partnering with two prestigious Chinese universities to bring a cohort of students to Detroit this fall. While here, the students will work in Detroit Mercy’s state-of-art labs with renowned faculty, and earn their bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

“This gives us a lot of name recognition in China” said Shuvra Das, professor of Mechanical Engineering and director of International Programs for the College of Engineering & Science. “Other schools working with Chinese universities include Rutgers, Michigan, NYU and Duke. In China, we have the same name recognition and stature as those schools.”

The Beijing University of Chemical Technology (BUCT) will send approximately 50 students and Yancheng Institute of Technology (YIT) will send more than 20 students.

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