"The experienced teachers of the department has successfully trained my academic habit that how to raise a question, consider the question critically and present the answer logically. The staff of the department all are excellent and friendly people who are keen to listen to my demands and provide necessary helps efficiently. I have participated in education systems in the UK, Hong Kong, Mainland China for years respectively and the experience of studying at the department is the most unique and best among them."
“At XJTLU in addition to gaining skills and knowledge, you discover who you are – a questioner, a problem solver, a dreamer, and a free spirit. Having graduated, I am now working at an architecture practice in Shanghai and I will soon undertake my masters at Bartlett (UCL) in London.”
“During my years at XJTLU and the University of Liverpool I experienced great support and a strong research environment.”
“The teaching labs here at XJTLU are great with modern facilities containing state-of-the-art equipment. The lecturers and tutors are extremely knowledgeable, enthusiastic and accessible.”
“I am grateful that I am able to learn and practise chemistry in XJTLU. Teaching and learning activities are really fun as the modules are interesting and lecturers always try to build an interactive learning atmosphere with students. Students are often given the chance to work in the research lab to do real research together with lecturers or PhD students. We are also given the opportunity to carry out individual research supervised by one of the lecturer for our final year project. These opportunities are why my learning experience in XJTLU's Chemistry Department has been very valuable.”
“I came to XJTLU to find a direction for my career after several years of work experience. The course with it's combination of theory and practice, along with my professors and classmates, all helped me find what I was looking for. All of these will also prove invaluable in the future as I build and manage my own business in Suzhou. My advice for Masters students is to remember that a Masters is 50% study and 50% network building, students also needing to focus on building lasting professional relationships with their classmates and professors. I also highly recommend taking full advantage of the extracurricular roles and activities available, become a course representative, a career ambassador, a research or teaching assistant, and you will gain important experience for your future career.”
“ Learning mathematics in a dynamic international- Chinese environment while gaining experience in order to prepare for your bright future is a very great experience”