USJ to present on the “Chinese model of Government-University-Industry collaborations in Research and Education” through IFCU research center





Prof. Rochelle Ge will present a Talk on “Understanding Chinese Model of Government-University-Industry Collaborations in Research and Education: The Case of Macau SAR” on March 1st, 2023, at the IFCU’s International Center for Research and Decision Support’s Research Talk series.

Prof. Rochelle Ge, Dean of the School of Education at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), has been invited by the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU) to introduce research and education policies under China’s national plan for Greater Bay Area development and share how higher education institutions in Macao collaborate with government and industry in human capital formation and R&D.

The presentation is part of the Research Talk series held by IFCU’s International Center for Research and Decision Support (CIRAD). The presentation will be on March 1st, and registration is currently open for those interested in attending. A recording of the presentation will be made publicly available by CIRAD at a later date.

About the talk:

Higher Education in Macau has been benefiting from a multi-layered institutional environment under China’s One-Country-Two-Systems. This presentation introduces research and education policies and practices of Macau universities under China’s national plan of the Greater Bay Area development. It aims to demonstrate and analyse how higher education actors collaborate with local and regional governments and industrial sectors in human capital formation and research innovations.