Prof. Cheng Chun Attending Graduation Ceremony of Articulation Program Students with Griffith University
    
On the night of July 23, 2019, the Graduation Ceremony of 2019 class students under the joint articulation program of biological pharmacy between Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and Griffith University is held in the Convention Center, Brisbane, Australia. At the invitation of Griffith University, Prof. Cheng Chun, Chair of University Administrative Council attended the ceremony, and awarded the Bachelor degree to students together with Mr. Henry Smerdon, Chancellor of GU, which is the first time that the top-level leaders from both universities jointly awarding degree to students under the articulation program.
Prof. Cheng Chun and Mr. Henry Smerdon walking together through the ceremony 

Prof. Cheng Chun and Mr. Henry Smerdon awarding degrees together to jointly trained students


In 2011, approved by the China’s Ministry of Education, NJUCM and GU started to collaboration on 3+1 articulation program in biological pharmacy. In 2016, the program became High-level and Exemplary China-Foreign Cooperation Program in Jiangsu Province. In 2018, the program passed its mid-term inspection, obtained high recognition from educational administration agencies, and has secured continued funding.

Prof. Cheng Chun and Prof. Sarah Todd jointly awarding Class One Honorary Degree to students


Prof. Cheng Chun, Mr. Henry Smerdon, Chancellor of GU (right) and Prof. Martin Betts Deputy Vice Chancellor of GU (left)


Currently, there are altogether 438 students on the program. The statistics has it that among the over 80 graduates in 2019, one student has obtained Class One Degree with Honors and will continue his PhD training in Griffith with full scholarship, and 3 students have obtained degree with Honors from Griffith and Queensland. 88.7% of the graduates have been accepted by Melbourne University (ranked 38 by 2020 QS), Queensland University (ranked 47 by 2020 QS), Monash University (ranked 58 by 2020 QS), West Australia University (ranked 86 by 2020 QS) and other world-renowned university to pursue their postgraduate studies. The high educational quality of joint training has been recognized by partner universities in Australia. NJUCM and GU will continue to deepen the collaboration in the areas of joint research programs and joint PhD training programs.


 

Prof. Cheng Chun Attending Graduation Ceremony of Articulation Program Students with Griffith University

On the night of July 23, 2019, the Graduation Ceremony of 2019 class students under the joint articulation program of biological pharmacy between Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and Griffith University is held in the Convention Center, Brisbane, Australia. At the invitation of Griffith University, Prof. Cheng Chun, Chair of University Administrative Council attended the ceremony, and awarded the Bachelor degree to students together with Mr. Henry Smerdon, Chancellor of GU, which is the first time that the top-level leaders from both universities jointly awarding degree to students under the articulation program.
Prof. Cheng Chun and Mr. Henry Smerdon walking together through the ceremony 

Prof. Cheng Chun and Mr. Henry Smerdon awarding degrees together to jointly trained students


In 2011, approved by the China’s Ministry of Education, NJUCM and GU started to collaboration on 3+1 articulation program in biological pharmacy. In 2016, the program became High-level and Exemplary China-Foreign Cooperation Program in Jiangsu Province. In 2018, the program passed its mid-term inspection, obtained high recognition from educational administration agencies, and has secured continued funding.

Prof. Cheng Chun and Prof. Sarah Todd jointly awarding Class One Honorary Degree to students


Prof. Cheng Chun, Mr. Henry Smerdon, Chancellor of GU (right) and Prof. Martin Betts Deputy Vice Chancellor of GU (left)


Currently, there are altogether 438 students on the program. The statistics has it that among the over 80 graduates in 2019, one student has obtained Class One Degree with Honors and will continue his PhD training in Griffith with full scholarship, and 3 students have obtained degree with Honors from Griffith and Queensland. 88.7% of the graduates have been accepted by Melbourne University (ranked 38 by 2020 QS), Queensland University (ranked 47 by 2020 QS), Monash University (ranked 58 by 2020 QS), West Australia University (ranked 86 by 2020 QS) and other world-renowned university to pursue their postgraduate studies. The high educational quality of joint training has been recognized by partner universities in Australia. NJUCM and GU will continue to deepen the collaboration in the areas of joint research programs and joint PhD training programs.