Recently, Zhao Xiangmo, vice president of CHD, and Erik Lithander, vice president of the University of Bristol, respectively signed an inter-school cooperation agreement on behalf of the two universities.
According to the agreement, the two universities will strengthen educational and academic exchanges, vigorously promote the joint training of students, extensively carry out exchanges of visits and exchanges of teachers, and in-depth explorations in joint scientific research fields such as jointly hosting international conferences, jointly applying for international cooperative scientific research projects, and co-publishing high-level academic papers. The cooperation between the two universities focuses on strengthening the cooperation in the field of geological engineering and surveying and mapping, which has an existing basis for cooperation, to promote high-quality cooperation results, and continue to consolidate and deepen the exchanges and cooperation between the two universities.
The University of Bristol is located in Bristol, a city in southwest England. It is one of the top 100 universities in the world and one of the six famous red brick universities in the UK. The university has a total of 6 schools, including engineering, science, and humanities and arts. There are currently more than 23,000 students, including more than 6,000 international students. The university’s latest QS World University Rankings ranks 58th in the world, among which geology and geophysics are ranked 14th in the world, public policy and administrative management are ranked 19th in the world, and statistics and operations research are ranked 46th in the world. The civil engineering discipline ranks 87th in the world, and the mechanical engineering discipline ranks 92nd in the world.