SHNU Signs Cooperative Agreement with University of Geogia


Recently, representatives from SHNU College of Humanities and Communication visited University of Georgia and signed an agreement on cooperative research and cultivation of talents.

It is agreed that SHNU sophomores could apply for University of Georgia before January of 2019 and could continue their education there for bachelor’s or even master’s degrees after they survived the interview from UW.

After that, Noel Fallows, Vice President of UW, signed a cooperative research agreement with SHNU Dean of College of Women Cultures for further possibilities in communication and cultural industries.

Founded in 1785, UW is a public university in the US with world-famous strengths in research and is also honored as the Cradle of American Higher Education.