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A brief introduction to the cooperative universities.

Shanghai Ocean University
Shanghai Ocean University (SHOU), formerly ShanghaiFisheries University, the oldest fisheries institution in China, wasestablished in 1912 and proudly celebrated its centenary in November 2012. InMarch 2008, it was renamed Shanghai Ocean University. In September 2008, theuniversity was relocated to Lingang New Town, a district of Shanghai close toChina’s East Sea.

SHOU has established exchange programs with several foreign universities, includingparticipating in long-term cooperative initiatives such as the Sino-AmericanMarine Living Resource Project. The university has also established a long-termand friendly cooperation with many international organizations such as theUnited Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, UNESCO, Fisheries InformationCenter, Asian Fisheries Society, and International Aquatic Living ResourcesManagement Center. The teaching and research at SHOU covers a wide range oftopics from aquaculture technologies to environmental and socio-economicissues. The current student population is over 12,000.

University of Tasmania
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is an internationaluniversity based on the island of Tasmania, Australia. The University wasfounded by an Act of the Tasmanian Parliament on 1 January 1890, and as thefourth oldest university in Australia, it is an original 'sandstone'university.

UTAS is committed to the creation, preservation, communication andapplication of knowledge, as well as excellence in all teaching, research andscholarly activities. Its research is integral to its identity and sense ofpurpose and it is ranked among the top 10 research universities inAustralia.  

UTAS offers a complete range of degrees from a bachelor’s degree to doctoratelevel. There are 86% of the research projects are rated as world-class or aboveby the Australian government. It ranks first in Australia in geographical engineering research, fishery science, media andprofessional writing. At present, the university has a student population ofover 43,000, including approximately 7000 overseas students from more than 120countries.