Recently, JUFE has received the Mutual Recognition of student credits signed by McMaster University from Canada and the University of Queensland from Australia, marking the official entry into the implementation phase for students studying at JUFE and these two universities mention above. This achievement is profit from the practical idea of "adjusting structure and improving to the higher level" recently in JUFE, and actively explore the world-renowned institution's cooperation platform for students to build high-end study abroad platform has borne new results.
The programs available for JUFE and McMaster University are exchanging student in the academic year with the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University, targeting sophomore and junior in a school of business administration, school of accounting, school of economics, international school, and school of finance. The admission requirement is a weighted GPA of no less than 80 points, an IELTS score of 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in a single subject) or a TOEFL iBT score of 86 (with a minimum of 20 points in a single subject), admitting no more than ten students per year; The summer school program is for freshmen, sophomore, junior undergraduate students and year one students in postgraduate, admitting do not more than 20 students each year.
JUFE and the University of Queensland are currently carrying out mutual recognition of undergraduate credits for sophomore and junior in both semester and academic year, with admission requirement of a weighted GPA of 80, IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL iBT 87.
McMaster University, commonly referred to as McMaster or Mac, is the world-renowned institution and one of the prestige universities of Canada. It is a member of U15. Founded in 1887, located in the beautiful tourist city of Hamilton, Ontario in Canada.In 1930, the central campus relocated from Toronto to Hamilton. Now The main campus is about an hour's distance from Toronto, Niagara Falls and the U.S. border city of Buffalo. Since the 20th century, McMaster has become one of the most famous public universities in Canada with its innovation and truth-seeking. McMaster notable alumni include 3 Nobel Prize winners. In the ranking of Canada's top universities, McMaster was ranked as the most creative and innovative university by Macleans Magazine regularly. Our university has state of the art laboratories and various advanced facilities. Regarding faculty and research team, Mac has 71 members of the Royal Society of Canada, 72 Canadian Research Chairs, and approximately 360 million Canadian dollars in research funding. In 2018, the professor's per capita research funding was $405,300, and the student's per capita research funding was $81,000.
McMaster University ranked 66th in the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities; 140th in the 2018 QS World University Rankings, and 78th in the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The University of Queensland，commonly referred to as UQ，is among top 50 universities of the world, an Australian first-class university, a famous research university and one of Australia's research-intensive group of eight. Founded in 1909, it is the first comprehensive university in Queensland and one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Australia. UQ is also a member of UNIVERSITAS 21, and its scientific research funding and academic standards are consistently among the top universities in Australia.
UQ notable alumni include a Nobel laureate, Peter C. Doherty, the winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, former Secretary of Defense Peter Gration, the first woman in Australia Dame Quentin Bryce. UQ has also trained four Governor and many mayors for Australia's public service. The University of Queensland ranks 47th in the world for the latest 2017-2018 QS University Rankings, 45th for US News Rankings, 65th for 2017Times, and 55th for 2017ARWU, both among the top 1% of the world rankings and among the top3 Australian universities constantly.
The Business School of the University of Queensland is Australia's first AACSB-accredited. It has also been EQUIS accredited and has been awarded five stars by the Australian Graduate Management Association (GMAA). Its distinguished business school is renowned and was ranked top1 in the Asia Pacific Business School by the Economist and ranked top1 in Australia by AFR BOSS magazine's ranking. The Business School of the University of Queensland has been selected in the list of the world's top 100 business schools by the American Economist magazine in three years, it ranked 14th among the world's business schools in 2013/14.