Recently, President Chen Feng and President of the University of Pretoria, South Africa, C M de laRey, signed an inter-school cooperation agreement on behalf of the two universities.
According to the agreement, in order to promote education and academic exchanges between schools, we will promote education cooperation and exchanges between the schools along the “Belt and Road” countries, and strive to cultivate high-level international talents. The two sides will be equal and mutually beneficial, complementary, cooperative and common. On the basis of development, we will conduct overseas education, jointly build laboratories, jointly organize international academic conferences, promote cooperation between the two teachers, encourage students to conduct academic exchanges, continue to deepen bilateral cooperation, and jointly promote international education cooperation and scientific and technological innovation.
The University of Pretoria in South Africa is the largest university in South Africa. The school currently has more than 26,000 students, including about 7,000 graduate students. The school's latest QS global ranking is 561-570, of which the agricultural and forestry disciplines rank 101-150 globally, the engineering and technology disciplines rank 375 globally, and the computer and information systems rank 401-450 globally.