On September 30, the Manassas Campus welcomed the Xinjiang University of Finance & Economics (XJUFE). Founded in 1950, it is the sole financial institution of higher learning in the northwest of China. XJUFE has 16 master’s degree programs, 32 bachelor’s degree programs, 17 schools and two teaching departments. Currently, there are 18 degree programs in six subjects: management, economics, law, liberal arts, sciences and engineering. XJUFE consists of 18,000 students with 160 being international students and 1,455 faculty members.
The group included deans, vice deans, deputy directors, directors and their vice president. The delegation visited to learn about the role of the community college and the admissions and transfer process.
NOVA presenters included President Scott Ralls, Manassas Provost Roger Ramsammy, Communications Technologies and Social Sciences Associate Dean Heidi Adamson, Barbara Hopkins (Accounting), Yinjin Cui (Information Technology), Kurk Lew (Information Technology), Dr. Laura Bhadra (Economics) and Campus and Community Relations Specialist Ramunda Young.