The University of Nottingham and the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute have launched a new research centre to find low-carbon solutions to some of the world’s most pressing energy and environmental challenges.
Trade bodies, education consortiums and private companies can all help education institutions keen on establishing an on-the-ground presence overseas, especially in international education hotspots such as China, Brazil and India. Amy Baker finds out how services are flourishing for managing market entry.
Pro-active international university, the University of Nottingham, has launched a unique training programme via its Ningbo campus in China which will enable Chinese students to become the integrated circuit (IC) designers of the future. Integrated circuits are crucial in the manufacture of digital devices.