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The Joint Institute of Nanjing Tech University and the University of Sheffield

The Joint Institute of Nanjing Tech University and the University of Sheffield offers Chinese students a new way to earn a science degree from the University of Sheffield. We teach three undergraduate courses in chemistry, financial mathematics and materials physics.

Our degrees are based at Nanjing Tech University, where students are taught in part by visiting experts from the University of Sheffield. Students can then spend up to two years of their degree studying at the University of Sheffield alongside other undergraduate students in the Department of Chemistry, the Department of Physics and Astronomy, or the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

Chemistry

Taught by the Department of Chemistry at the University of Sheffield.

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Financial Mathematics

Taught by the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sheffield.

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Materials Physics

Taught by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield to be UK partner in Joint Institute in China

The Ministry of Education in China has given approval for the University of Sheffield and Nanjing Tech University in China to open a Joint Institute.

Our Vice Chancellor, Professor Sir Keith Burnett said: "The Joint Institute will create a large cohort of graduates who have been taught in both the Western and Eastern traditions, forging links between our countries for the future in these very important areas."

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Our welcome will be as warm as ever

In an article in China Daily, our Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett reassures Chinese students that they will receive a warm welcome in Sheffield.

"We are deeply proud of our Chinese students and delighted with the increased numbers who have come in recent years. They often speak of the warm welcome that our British city has given them. This warmth will not fail, and we will continue to welcome many of you in the years ahead."

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