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The brief introduction of the two cooperative universities

Shanghai Ocean University
Shanghai Ocean University (SOU), formerly Shanghai Fisheries University, the oldest fisheries institution in China, was established in 1912 and has celebrated its centenary in November 2012. It is a university with a proud century-long tradition. In March 2008, it was renamed Shanghai Ocean University. In September 2008, the university was relocated to Lingang New Town, a district of Shanghai close to China’s East Sea.

SOU has established exchange programs with several foreign universities, has participated in the Sino-America cooperative projects of marine living resources for a long period, and has established a long-time and friendly cooperation with many international organizations such as the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, UNESCO, Fisheries Information Center, Asian Fisheries Society, and International Aquatic Living Resources Management Center. The teaching and research at SOU covers a wide range of topics from aquaculture technologies to environmental and socio-economic issues. The current student population is over 13,000.

University of Tasmania
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is an international university working out of Tasmania. The University was founded by an Act of the Tasmanian Parliament on 1 January 1890, and as the fourth oldest university in Australia it’s an original 'sandstone' university.
UTAS is committed to the creation, preservation, communication and application of knowledge, as well as excellence in all teaching, research and scholarly activities.  Its research is integral to its identity and sense of purpose and it’s ranked in the top 10 research universities in Australia.  

UTas offers a complete range of degrees from a bachelor degree to a doctor degree. There are six faculties—Arts, Business, Education, Health Science, Law, and Science, Engineering and Technology, 35 schools and three independent educational or research institutes—the Menzies Research Institute Tasmania (MRIT), the Australian Maritime College(AMC)and the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS). A wide range of courses covering liberal arts, commerce, medicine, law, education, science, engineering and technology are available. At present, the university has a student population of over 26,700, including approximately 2800 oversea students from more than 70 countries.