St. Mary’s College in Indiana Enters Into Partnership With a Women’s University in China

Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, signed an agreement with Shandong Women’s University in Jinan, China. The agreement calls for research collaborations and student and faculty exchanges.

St. Mary’s College enrolls close to 1,500 women in undergraduate programs and more than 100 students in graduate programs.

Shandong Women’s University was founded in 1952 as a women’s leadership training school. The university now maintains 20 schools and offers 30 majors, including education, law, management, economics, art, literature, culture and communications, tourism, accounting and information and technology.

Under the agreement, each semester, both institutions can send two students to the opposite host university, free of tuition. Faculty will participate in a similar exchange program.

In addition, the two educational institutions may establish a dual degree program in early childhood education.

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