King’s College London visited CUHK-Shenzhen
Tayyeb Shah, Deputy Vice President (Global Business Development) at King's College London (KCL) visited CUHK-Shenzhen on 1 Feb. 2018. Prof. Jesús Seade, Associate Vice President for Global Affairs and Prof. Vincent Chang, Associate Vice President for Institutional Development received the visitor. The aim of this visit is for two parties to explore possible cooperation, including dual degree programme, double master degree programme and other areas interest and benefit both campuses.
Founded in 1829 by King George IV, King's College London (King's or KCL) is a world top university, a distinguished research university, part of the "Golden Triangle" in the UK, a member of the Russell Group and a member of SES-5. KCL is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education behind the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge and University College London only. KCL's alumni and staff include 12 Nobel laureates. KCL was ranked 23rd on the 2017/18 QS World University Rankings.