ZJUI signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Singapore's Dunman High School to cultivate global engineering leaders of the future. Dunman High School becomes the first Singapore school to collaborate with ZJUI for undergraduate recruitment. Dunman High School will also provide a ZJUI recruitment center for applicants from Singapore. ZJUI Dean Li Erping, Professor Ong Wee-Liat, and Professor Yang Liangjing joined the ceremony. The MOU was signed by Professor Li and by Mr Tony Low, Principal of Dunman High School. Mr Kang Kai, Education Counsellor from the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Singapore also attended.
Dean Li and Professor Ong later shared, in detail, the world-class engineering education provided by ZJUI to more than 300 Dunman High School students. They highlighted ZJUI’s aim to prepare engineers in unique ways for global leadership and impact through multi-disciplinary research and education for scientific excellence, innovation, and creativity. Both sides are looking forward to more outstanding students joining the ZJUI family and will endeavor to deepen the cooperation between the two schools.