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Ural Federal University to open college in China

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Ural Federal University to open college in China


15.10.2020

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The Ural Federal University (UrFU) and the Hainan College of Economics and Business (HCEB) will open the Ural College of the HCEB in China, which will train specialists in the fields of tourism, finance, software and others. 200 students will be admitted to the educational institution annually, Xinhua reports.

The day before, the authorities of the island province of Hainan, located in southern China, approved a project to create a joint vocational and technical educational institution. The Chinese side emphasizes that the project is aimed at developing innovative methods for training specialists.

It is reported that the new college will open admissions in the following areas: tourism management, financial management, computer software technology and technology for integrating electronic and mechanical systems. Students will study for three years.

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