South China University of Technology
South China University of Technology (SCUT) is one of
China's key universities operating under the direct
leadership of the State Ministry of Education. The campus,
which has a total area of over 200 hectares, is situated in
Guangzhou, a southern metropolitan in China. The campus,
named as "Civilized Campus" by the ministry of education, is
a propound culture area in beautiful surroundings of lakes
and mountains, bluish greenery and luxuriant flowers,
traditional buildings and modern architecture. Start from
1952, the school now has over 60,000 students, out of which
10,000 is at postgraduate level. This is rank 23 in Asia
Science Universities by Asiaweek, 1999. Please refer to
www.scut.edu.cn for University details.
St Clements University
St Clements University is a private university. The role of the
university is to provide educational services based on
market need at degree level. The University is under the St
Clements Foundation and has 10000 students worldwide in
their different campuses.
St Clements has setup in Niue of New Zealand, Swiss, middle east and
Africa. The University is probably one of the biggest non
traditional Universities in the world and accredited by most
UK professional bodies University also reciprocal
arrangement with many traditional Universities including
International American University (California state
approved), Business University of Costa Rica, etc. Visit
www.stclements.edu for University details.
The University of Northern Virginia
The University of Northern Virginia (UNVA) is an accredited
institution of higher education. The accreditation is
granted by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges
and Schools (ACICS). The status is under review at the
moment. If failed, would become state approved University.
www.unva.edu for University details.
The University of Wales
The University of Wales is one of the largest University
group in UK and has more then 50,000 students worldwide. The
honorary Chancellor is Prince of Wales. Founded by Royal
Charter in 1893, the University of Wales is the
degree-awarding body for the vast majority of
higher education students in
Wales, as well as for many at
other higher education
institutions in the United Kingdom and overseas.
The University confers around 15,000 initial degrees and
more than 4,000 higher degrees each year, and is the second
largest degree-awarding body in the United Kingdom. Visit
www.wales.ac.uk for details.