Global Partnerships

 

 

List of Stockton's Global Partner Institutions 

Stockton University is excited to collaborate with these global partner universities around the world. Most cooperations allow the exchange of students and staff. Some partnerships focus on joint teaching and research.

We look forward to developing more sustainable and transformative partnerships that bring recriprocal benefits to both partners. For more information about current and future exchange programs, please contact us at oge@stockton.edu or (+1) 609-626-5532. 

 

https://www.cqu.edu.au/ 

Rockhampton, Australia

CQUniversity Australia is one of Australia’s truly great universities. It has 16 campuses, the only Australian university with a campus presence in every mainland state. 

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Collaborative research and supervision of higher degree candidates
  2. Collaborative applications for grants and funding
  3. Collaborative and joint delivery of award programs
  4. Collaborative and joint delivery of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  5. Consultancy work
  6. Qualification recognition and articulation arrangements
  7. Study tours and summer schools
  8. Student & staff exchange
  9. Fee-paying Study Abroad (term or year-long)

CQUniversity 2021 Exchange/Study Abroad Information

2019 Exchange/Study Abroad/Study Tours brochure

https://www.usc.edu.au/

Sippy Downs, Australia

USC is a public university based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.
http://portal.utfpr.edu.br/

Curitiba, Brazil

UTFPR is one of the most renowned Universities in Brazil. It is a federal university with campuses in thirteen cities located in the state of Paraná. 

Scope of Collaboration:

  1. Exchanges of students for a given period through a recognised exchange programme
  2. Exchange of members of the universities
  3. Exchange of documentation and research material
  4. Coordination through their respective offices in joint or collaborative teaching and research projects

https://ecr.edu.co/ 

Bogotá, Colombia

Areas of Collaboration with School of Health Sciences::

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.

https://www.urosario.edu.co/home/

Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Founded in 1653, Universidad del Rosario, is a top-three Colombian university. Universidad del Rosario is a Colombian university founded on Roman Catholic principles, in 1653 by Fray Cristobal de Torres. Located in Bogotá, due to its important place in Colombian history, it is known as "the Cradle of the Republic". 

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange 
  2. development of mutually beneficial academic programmes and courses
  3. exchange of academic staff for the purposes of teaching and research
  4. reciprocal assistance for visiting students and faculty
  5. coordination of such activities as joint research, lectures, and training
  6. exchange of documentation and materials in fields of mutual interest
https://euc.ac.cy/en/

Nicosia, Cyprus 

Emphasizing high-level, student-centered academics, a diverse and inclusive student body and powerful corporate, community and government links, EUC is a trustworthy and reliable partner in your pursuit of higher education.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.
https://www.aucegypt.edu/home

Cairo, Egypt 

AUC is a leading English-language, American-accredited institution of higher education and center of intellectual, social and cultural life of the Arab world. 

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.

https://www.excelia-group.com/en/schools-programmes/la-rochelle-business-school

La Rochelle, France 

La Rochelle Business School is the Management School of Excelia Group. It offers post-High School programmes, up to Bachelor and Master level. The School is both AACSB and EPAS accredited (for its Master in Management Grande École and BBA programmes), and the Financial Times has ranked it amongst the best business schools in the world. Its Bachelor and Master programmes prepare students for key industry roles in careers such as finance, marketing, communications, human resources and management, both in France and internationally.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange 
  2. development of mutually beneficial academic programmes and courses
  3. exchange of academic staff for the purposes of teaching and research
  4. reciprocal assistance for visiting students and faculty
  5. coordination of such activities as joint research, lectures, and training
  6. exchange of documentation and materials in fields of mutual interest
https://www.hs-neu-ulm.de/en/home/

Neu-Ulm, Germany

The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) is an international business school for innovation, entrepreneurship and digital transformation located in a dynamic economic region. We educate managers and specialists who have international experience, think in terms of results and act responsibly. Intensive cooperation with business organizations and the teaching staffs’ expertise are the basis of thorough practical relevance in applied research, practice-oriented teaching and innovative transfer.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.

https://nweb.gimpa.edu.gh/ 

Accra, Ghana

The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) was established in 1961 as a joint Ghana Government/United Nations (UN) special fund project.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.
https://www.auth.gr/en

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the sixth oldest, and among the most highly ranked tertiary education institution, within Greece. 

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Joint educational, training and/or research activities.
  2. Exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, visits and sharing of experiences.
  3. Exchange of invitations to scholars for participation in conferences, symposia and seminars.
  4. Exchange of information in fields of interest to both parties.
  5. Exchange of faculty, research personnel, and graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.

https://www.acg.edu/ 

Athens, Greece 

Located in Athens, and originally founded in 1875 Smyrna, Deree – ACG is the oldest American-accredited college in Europe and the largest private college in Greece. ACG is an independent, not for profit, nonsectarian, co-educational academic institution.

Potential areas of collaboration within Environmental Studies and Sustainability are listed below: 

  1. study abroad opportunities (both universities)
  2. research surveys on wine production research (Stockton team) or higher education research (Deree team)
  3. comparative case study on protected areas and our campuses
  4. sustainability opportunities for our campuses and regions
  5. collaborative course co-teaching using technology
  6. development of a field study course that might travel to Deree 
  7. field courses
  8. exchange of information and ideas on teaching, assessment and internship opportunities
https://www.unifi.it/changelang-eng.html

Florence, Italy

The University of Florence is an important and influential centre for research and higher training in Italy, with 1,800 lecturers and internal research staff, 1,600 technical and administrative staff, and over 1,600 research assistants and doctoral students.

Area of Collaboration for the School of Business:

  1. exchange visits of members of teaching and research staff. Visits are intended to promote seminars, courses, conferences, lectures, to carry out joint research projects, to discuss experiences in fields of common interest, and so forth;
  2. circulation of publications and information on the specific fields of study and research;
  3. student exchange for periods of study and research and other educational activities;
  4. exchange visits of members of technical or administrative staff when considered a profitable experience
https://english.rikkyo.ac.jp/

Tokyo, Japan

RU is a private internationally-oriented liberal arts university 

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange

Here is the Rikkyo University's Information for Stockton's students. 

Rikkyo University Exchange Student Brochure

Rikkyo University 2021 Exchange/Study Abroad Information

http://www.iuk.kg/ 

Bishkek, Republic of Kyrgyzstan 

IUK is a state university with the status of International Higher Education and has a direct relationship to the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic. 

Area of Collaboration for Language and Culture and Regional Studies and Global Studies:

  1. Exchange of faculty
  2. Exchange of undergraduate and graduate students
  3. Joint research activities;
  4. Participation in seminars and academic meetings
  5. Exchange of academic publications and relevant academic educational information;
  6. Special short-term academic programmes;
  7. Exchange of administrative managers/coordinators

https://www.lau.edu.lb/

Beirut, Lebanon

LAU is incorporated in the United States as a non-profit higher education institution through the New York State Education Department.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange 

http://www.jejunu.ac.kr/eng/

Jeju City, South Korea

JNU is a public university in the beautiful Jeju Island. 

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. JNU will host Stockton faculty and students to attend the International Summer School (ISS) which is a three-week summer session at JNU.
  2. Stockton will host JNU students in one (1) year in the undergraduate programs.

https://ciudaddelsaber.org/en/about-us/

Panama, Panama

CKF, a private,non-profit Panamanian entity, is responsible for leading the project: the City of Knowledge. Here, entrepreneurs, scientists, thinkers, artists, community leaders, as well as experts in government, NGOs and international organizations work together to develop initiatives that generate social change.

Scope of Collaboration:

  1. student and staff exchange,
  2. identifying and facilitating contact with local entities for the development and supervision of students' research projects, student placement and/or internship, 
  3. co-offering of educational programmes, teaching , research , extension and implementation of community development projects

https://www.ncyu.edu.tw/eng/

Chiayi City, Taiwan (R.O.C)

NCU is one of the few universities in southwest Taiwan offering programs in life science, agriculture, business administration, natural science, engineering, humanities and education. The University has six colleges with more than 29 graduate institutes and 37 departments on four campuses.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange 

http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/eng/

Taichung City, Taiwan (R.O.C.) 

Founded in 1899 at the Confucian Temple in Changhwa county, it moved to the current site in 1923. In 2005, the University was renamed National Taichung University, consisting of the College of Education, College of Humanities and Liberal Arts, and College of Mathematics and Information Science. In 2008, departments of management were established, and would be developed for the future college of management.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange 
  2. development of mutually beneficial academic programmes and courses
  3. exchange of academic staff for the purposes of teaching and research
  4. reciprocal assistance for visiting students and faculty
  5. coordination of such activities as joint research, lectures, and training
  6. exchange of documentation and materials in fields of mutual interest

https://www.ntue.edu.tw/ehome/

Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

National Taipei University of Education (NTUE) comprises 3 colleges, namely Education,Humanities and Arts, Science, 16 departments, 18 graduate schools, offering 22 master's programs, 21 in-service master's programs, and 3 Ph.D. programs. The land capacity of the university is about 7.5 hectares and current student enrollment is around 5,800. The number of full-time faculty is 210. Our continuing education programs are widely acclaimed.Chinese Language Education Center (CLEC), a subsidiary of NTUE, was founded in the winter of 2006 for teaching Chinese as a second language. More than 2000 students from over 40 countries and territories from age 6 to 50 have learned Mandarin Chinese language in CLEC. CLEC helps students from different culture and language backgrounds make rapid progress to reach their goal-- learning to communicate in Chinese effectively.

Areas of Collaboration:

  1. Student exchange 
  2. development of mutually beneficial academic programmes and courses
  3. exchange of academic staff for the purposes of teaching and research
  4. reciprocal assistance for visiting students and faculty
  5. coordination of such activities as joint research, lectures, and training
  6. exchange of documentation and materials in fields of mutual interest