Students are to be co-educated by JI and UOW in full time and graduate with master's degree certificate from UOW, graduate diploma and Master of Engineering degree certificate from CCNU.
Number of Enrollment：100 in total
1. Learning methods and years
The programme will be taught in English for two years in full time by teachers from UOW and those from other universities trained by UOW. The curriculum is exactly the same as UOW’s.
Students bascially study at CCNU, students can choose to study either at CCNU or at UOW for one semester.
(1)International popular majors: Students who major in computer science and telecommunication engineering have various job opportunities and a competitive advantage in the global job market.
(2)Excellent co-education: Students are co-educated by EIS of UOW, an institution which has a world class reputation for excellence in research, and JI which is based on the platform provided by National Engineering Research Center for E-Learning (NERCEL).
(3)Certification authority: JI is a Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run institution approved by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.
(4)Perfect curriculum: JI introduces an international high-quality curriculum, academic standards and teaching resources, application of UOW’s teaching quality control system. The courses are taught in English.
(5) Multiple scholarship programs: JI provides excellent students with multiple scholarship programs and JI students may be eligible for a tuition waiver at UOW.
(6)Cost saving: Students is to reduce overseas study costs（the tuition fee of 2 years’ postgraduate program in Australia is 400,000-500,000 RMB）.
(7)Good employment prospects: JI creates and applies the “industry, academia, research, application" development model. JI graduates are to be employed by key companies in China and in Hubei Optical Valley.
(8)Further study opportunities: One semester study abroad experience in Australia combined with the master degree qualification from a globally ranked five-star university,may assist in your admission to doctoral programs.