The School of International Education is a secondary school established by Wuxi Taihu University to meet the needs of internationalization of China's education. After continuous construction, the school currently owns a faculty with rich teaching experience and strong research capacities. Over 80% of the staff of the school has oversea study experience.
In response to the call made by Wuxi Taihu University, the School of International Education makes positive efforts to accelerate education internationalization by introducing premium international education resources. It has established exchange and cooperation projects in various forms with oversea prestigious schools, including Dallas Baptist University, Anglia Ruskin University, The University of Western Australia, University of Memphis, University of Arkansas-Fort Smith and University of Montpellier. The school has introduced programs of internationally accepted vocational qualification certificates such as ACCA. It depends on the academic advantages and faculty strengths of cooperative universities to cultivate talents with international competitiveness who are in short supply. Meanwhile, it is committed to the programs of combined bachelor’s and master’s degrees in order to provide safe, reliable and convenient passage for students to pursue further study aboard.
Since the students who have intention to study aboard account for a large part of the students in the School of International Education with high English language requirements for their majors, the school especially emphasizes on the cultivation of language abilities of the students and especially builds up an experienced foreign teacher team to help students with successful oversea study. The School of International Education also undertakes a portion English teaching tasks of Taihu University of Wuxi, making its own contributions to the development of the bilingual education of the university.
The School of International Education pays attention to students’ spiritual and cultural lives and carries out various activities including the English club and academic lectures, attracting active participation by students. And several teachers have been sent abroad for exchanging communication.