State-of-the-art building provides researchers with space to collaborate on critical urban issues of relevance to the network
WC2 Chair, Professor Stanton Newman, led a City delegation to China. While in the region meetings were held with WC2 members, Tongji University and Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Universities are flocking to take part in their own Belt and Road projects. Angelina Yuen, vice president of HKPU, explains how higher education is developing China’s infrastructure programme and benefiting from it.
RMIT, based in Melbourne, becomes first WC2 member from Australasia.
In June 2018 100 students from RMIT and City, University of London travelled to Vietnam to take part in a leadership programme.
A senior delegation from WC2 member, Ryerson University, in Toronto, Canada visited City to affirm and expand the partnership between our universities
Last week two WC2 partners signed an agreement to strengthen their co-operation