Zhang Yuhuai (Neo)
"Queen’s provided me with a solid foundation of management theories, broadened my outlook and helped me to develop vital soft skills. My student experience at Queen’s has definitely been a crucial factor in attaining a senior management role that is paving the way to a bright future for me!"
Zhang Yuhuai (Neo) - Deputy General Manager, Shenzhen Isis International Technology Transfer Center Co. Ltd
BO YANG: A QUEEN’S WINNER IN SILICON VALLEY
Bo Yang came to Queen’s from China in 2010 to study for a PhD at the Centre for Theoretical and Applied Catalysis, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.
WORKING WITH WORLD CLASS SCHOLARS
Now he has secured a coveted place at one of the world’s most prestigious research universities – Stanford, in the heart of Silicon Valley in California.
There, he is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar working under the supervision of two highly-regarded academics, Professor Jens K Norskov and Dr Thomas Bigaart, originators of the concept of the ‘catalyst genome.’
His success demonstrates the vital role Queen's University plays - attracting top quality international students and guiding them to success.
AN AWARD WINNING STUDENT
Bo has one multiple awards, including the Dorothy Hopkins Postgraduate Award which brings outstanding students to the UK to study at top-rated research facilities such as Queen’s.
He also won the Royal Irish Academy Young Chemist’s Prize for the most outstanding PhD thesis of 2013 in the area of chemical sciences.
Developing practical management skills at Queen's
"I've been able to Broaden my view of the world and also help grow the wine industry in China."
Julie Jia, MSc Management Graduate
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RU CHEN: FROM QUEEN'S TO CAMBRIDGE
Thanks to the educational partnership programme that exists between Beijing University of Chemical Technology and Queen’s. Ru Chen was able to come to Queen’s in 2011 after commencing her studies at BUCT.
IMPRESSIVE TEACHING STANDARDS
She was impressed by the teaching standard at Queen’s as well as the openness and helpfulness of lecturers and her study supervisor.
She won first prize for her final research project and progressed to the University of Cambridge to work towards a PhD in the magnetic resonance research centre.