Amsterdam Meets Shenzhen
Shenzhen boasts huge potential for future development, ready to outstrip major cities like Beijing and Shanghai as shown by recent data. Barry Wilson was invited to Shenzhen University, sharing his views about Shenzhen's rise and relevant urbanisation issues with students from the University of Amsterdam and Shenzhen University.
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Department of Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies
As part of the master programs in University of Amsterdam, it focuses on spatial development, planning and organisation, the relationship between people and the environment, the transformation of political, social, cultural and economic processes in low-income countries and how processes of governance can affect inequalities and poverty at various levels of scale, social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, economics and law.
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Public Administration Department of Shenzhen University
Established in 1987, the public administration department of Shenzhen University has been committed to research and development in various areas ranging from ethics, politics to statistics, management. With a strong talent pool, it plays an important role in serving various government institutions and social organizations. Combing theoretical basis and practical experiments, it produces a number of able students who can qualify in various fields every year.