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CUHK(SZ) and U-M Launch Joint BS-MS Degree Program

  • 2017.04.11
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CUHK(SZ) and U-M have just announced the launch of this unique “3.5+1.5 BS-MS” combined program. Under this program, top CUHK(SZ) students who are able to complete their undergraduate studies within 3.5 years may apply and be admitted into the MS in Bioinformatics at the U-M Medical School with the GRE or TOFEL tests being waived.

According to the joint press release by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen(CUHK(SZ)) and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor(U-M), top Science and Engineering students from CUHK(SZ) can now get to study in the Bioinformatics Master’s program at the famed Medical School of U-M and obtain both the CUHK Bachelor of Science Degree and the U-M Master of Science Degree within 5 years.

 

CUHK(SZ) and U-M have just announced the launch of this unique “3.5+1.5 BS-MS” combined program. Under this program, top CUHK(SZ) students who are able to complete their undergraduate studies within 3.5 years may apply and be admitted into the MS in Bioinformatics at the U-M Medical School with the GRE or TOFEL tests being waived.

 

The inaugural batch of students in this program will start their studies at U-M in the 2018 Winter semester. CUHK(SZ) undergraduate students majoring in Bioinformatics, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science and Engineering will be eligible applicants.

 

CUHK(SZ), located in Shenzhen, China, has inherited the educational philosophy and high academic standards of CUHK and is intended to evolve into a world-class research university with a strong Chinese cultural influence. As a young and vibrant university, CUHK(SZ) is committed to nurturing top-notch talents with global perspectives and therefore puts internationalization at the top of the School’s agenda. Within three years, CUHK(SZ) has developed over 50 international programs with 38 renowned global partner institutions and has offered overseas study experience to more than half of its students already.

 

On its part the University of Michigan--Ann Arbor, a public institution that was founded in 1817, is one of the foremost research universities in the United States. The U-M Bioinformatics Graduate Program builds a strong foundation for the students through a comprehensive course offering and research training with its leading group of specialists in the area. Students can take advantage of the enormous research and teaching resources at U-M in a Program that prepares them for a wide range of high-level consulting, research support and administrative positions in private industry, government, and academia.