Shandong University at Weihai

Founded in 1984, Shandong University, Weihai (SDUW) is the first university cobuilt by a university and the local government under the official approval of the Ministry of Education. As an important part of Shandong University, a key comprehensive university directly under the Ministry of Education and one of the major universities of advanced level in China developed through Project 211 and Project 985, it is a comprehensive university covering such fields of study as economics, law, arts, science, engineering and management.

The university is one of our partner universities and we have advance standing for a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. For the undergraduate students they can get up to 2 years for the Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Advanced computing and Bachelor of Software Engineering however the students need to have completed 75% in their relevant courses. For Masters students must have completed at least 1.5 years in Shandong University, Weihai before they could get an advance standing of one year in the Masters of Engineering and Masters of Computing with at least a 75% average in the relevant courses.

Please note that the amount of standing awarded will be based on final 2nd year (1.5 years in case of Masters) results of the SDUW Bachelor or Master’s degree and is conditional upon students passing all core units. Advance standing will be assessed on a case-by-case basis once these results are received.

For further information about advance standing agreement SDUW please click on the advanced standing tab below.

Students from SDUW can apply online for Undergraduate or Postgraduate degrees at the ANU.

Education agents can submit an application on behalf of the students via Studylink Portal, selecting "Partnership Appl UG 3999" for Undergraduate degrees or "Partnership Appl PG 7999" for Postgraduate degrees.



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Mengyan Zhang

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Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Honours) '16
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