Educational Cooperations

China has a saying: "The stone of the other mountain can pry jade". The meaning of this saying is that stones from other mountains can be used as a grindstone to get to the jade of your own mountain.

The metaphor refers to other people's practices or opinions can help them correct the wrong shortcomings or provide reference.

It is well known that the education system in Europe is very different from the education system in China. Different education systems and concepts have their own advantages and disadvantages. With the help of the “stone of other mountains”, it is possible to complement each other.
Nowadays, Chinese and Western cultures are integrated under deepening exchanges, making the cross-cultural, cross-border and cross-disciplinary momentum more obvious and effective, not only for universities and schools, but also for the development of the individual. The "hundred schools of thought" cannot be limited by the state or the region, and the internationalization of teaching has built a broad platform for "hundred schools of thought" and created endless possibilities.


Fachhochschule Burgenland


The Burgenland University of Applied Sciences is a state university in Burgenland, Austria. It is among the top universities in Austria, with Eisenstadt and Pinkafeld. For more than 20 years, the University of Burgenland has been providing students with a unique, practice-focused undergraduate and master's degree that includes the following five areas:
Economy (focus on Central and Eastern Europe), information technology and information management, energy and environmental management, health, and social work.


Danube International School


The Danube International School is an international IB world school that accompanies students from all over the world from the early years through to pre-university diplomas. The school is located in an elegant, spacious building near the center of Vienna and next to the famous Wiener Prater. This is an ideal place for students to study and have projects outside the school walls. Pupils are given the opportunity to challenge themselves in an environment where learning is student-centered and everyone can develop their talent for themselves.


Shandong University


Shandong University is one of the highest education institutions of China. Founded in 1864, the Faculty of Medicine marked the beginning of modern Chinese higher education. In 1901, Shandong Imperial College was the second national university in China, after Imperial University in Beijing. Today, the University of Shandong is located in three cities and specializes in many different disciplines.


Shandong Jiaotong University


The University of Shandong Jiaotong was founded in 1956 and received its new name in 2002. With subjects mainly in the technical and economic fields, it is the largest technical university in the province and can accommodate more than 17,000 students.