The first-ever cohort of students have graduated from the China Medical University – The Queen's University of Belfast Joint College.
"Queen's University has a proud history of collaboration in China and this Joint College represents our most significant partnership with a leading Chinese University. We are proud of what the College has achieved since it was established in 2014 and are extremely proud of our new graduates who are now equipped with the education and skills needed to make their mark in the pharmaceutical industry and beyond."
"We have always placed tremendous importance on our cooperation with Queen's University Belfast and believe that the cooperation between our two universities has a great future."
"Integrating the highest quality education from the United Kingdom and China, CQC produces highly-skilled graduates who will make an outstanding contribution in the fields of pharmaceutical science and biotechnology for the international community."
"The British Council is extremely proud to attend and witness the inaugural graduation ceremony of the first cohort of CQC students. Congratulations to each and every one of the graduates today on their remarkable achievement. They have not just earned a degree, but one the most desirable qualifications in the world. A qualification that will open doors to many exciting opportunities, be it in China or elsewhere. I am confident that this partnership will continue producing high quality graduates who will play an important role in growing the UK-China relations."
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