DCU Business School Lecturer appointed Visiting Professor at Beijing University
DCU Business School lecturer Yuhui Gao has been appointed as a Visiting Professor at School of Business Administration in Capital University of Economics and Business (CUEB) for the period of May 2015- April 2018. CUEB, which is located in Beijing, is one of three key universities in Beijing with over 20,000 students.
As part of the appointment, Yuhui was invited to teach a marketing module to over 50 Masters students in May 2015.
A week later, Dr Theo Lynn and over 20 postgraduate students delivered a workshop on social media and big data to postgraduate marketing students at CUEB.
At present, a number of DCU Business School students studying on the Business Studies International degree programme are spending their year abroad in CUEB and we look forward to strengthening our ties with our Chinese partners even more over the coming years with these new visits.
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