The University of the West of Scotland’s Vice Chancellor, Milan Radosavljevic, paid a visit to GDUT on the morning of May 19, received by Luan Tiangang, Vice President of GDUT along with representatives from the International Office, School of Art & Design, and School of Continuing Education.
Luan welcomed the guests before giving a brief overview of the school, hoping that the two institutions would work together in the areas of teacher-student exchange and visits, research collaborations, joint education program, for example.
Radosavljevic elaborated UWS’ development and distinctive features. He outlined the potential collaboration in engineering, design, innovation, and entrepreneurship, among other areas of common interest.
Radosavljevic with the delegation visited the exhibition presented by the graduates of 2023 of the Faculty of Fashion Design and Scenography at the School of Art & Design under the tour guidance from the faculty teachers. They discussed the design concept and production process of the works.
University of the West of Scotland is one of Scotland’s most modern, innovative and dynamic universities. With a rich history that can be traced back to 1897, the University’s four easily accessible campuses in Ayr, Dumfries, Lanarkshire and Paisley are based in the heart of the west of Scotland. The University offers an exciting range of career-focused undergraduate, postgraduate and research study options across Business and Enterprise; Comp, Eng & Physical Sciences; Education; Health and Life Sciences; Media, Culture and Society.