Dean Cameron Wilson and Delegation from University of Dundee, UK, Visited SUES School of Art and Design

Release time:2024-03-21Views:11

On March 20th, Cameron Wilson, Dean (International) for Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, led a delegation to visit SUES School of Art and Design. They were warmly received by Zhou Xiaozhou, Deputy Director of Office of International Cooperation and Exchange, Xu Jianghua, Vice Dean of School of Art and Design, Zheng Chao, Director of the Design Practice (Experimental) Center, and relevant staff members.

Xu Jianghua extended a warm welcome to Cameron Wilson and his delegation’s visit to School of Art and Design. He guided the guests on a tour of the school and explained its developmental history.


Zheng Chao led the guests on separate tours of the Vehicle Styling Design Research Lab, Brand and Packaging Design Lab, Sino-British Joint Intelligent Packaging Design Lab, Photography Darkroom, and Artisan Workshop. At the Ceramic Workshop, Associate Professor Zhang Ting from School of Art and Design provided on-site explanations of ceramic production techniques to the guests.


Cameron Wilson delivered an engaging presentation on overseas study opportunities at the University of Dundee for students of School of Art and Design at room D319 of the teaching building. He covered various aspects including the College’s orientation, international rankings, and program offerings, sharing insights into the basic information about the University of Dundee’s College of Art and Design in the UK and highlighting the advantages of studying abroad at the university.


Following the presentation, faculty and students from School of Art and Design engaged in active discussions with the guests from the University of Dundee’s College of Art and Design on topics such as credit transfer, application procedures, and student life abroad. Students expressed that the event inspired their future plans, with the hope of using SUES platform to learn more about renowned international design colleges, resulting in more opportunities for academic exchange to further their professional development in the future.