Networks & Partners – University of Copenhagen

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Networks & Partners

ThinkChina works with a variety of partners both inside the University of Copenhagen and outside.

Partners at the University of Copenhagen

Asian Dynamics Initiative - A cross-faculty initiative at the university that aims at coordinating existing research and teaching on Asia while creating a common platform for new, interdisciplinary Asian studies and research. Asian Dynamics Initiative also organizes an annual international conference that highlights an Asian theme from a variety of different disciplinary angles.
Nordic Institute of Asian Studies  - An academically independent pan-Nordic research and resource center that focuses on modern Asia from a predominantly social sciences perspective.
Fudan-European Centre for China Studies - A research centre for comparative studies of China and Europe established by Fudan University and based at Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at the University of Copenhagen. (Newly established, website to come)

External collaborators

Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute - Confucius Institute at Copenhagen Business School established in collaboration with Renmin University that focuses on Danish-Chinese business relations. 

Asia Research Centre - A specialized research centre located at Copenhagen Business School focussing on mainly business-related issues.

The Yenching Academy at Peking University introduces students to China’s rich history and culture, as well as its real-time development. As a prestigious college within Peking University, The Yenching Academy prepares a diverse group of international and Chinese students for tackling the most challenging issues facing the world.

Networks

Danish-Chinese Urban and Regional Cooperation - Network established by the Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs that brings together municipalities, cities, regions, knowledge institutions, and public-private partnerships that work with China. Objective of strengthening Danish-Chinese collaborations on sub-national levels and outside the scope of purely private enterprises.
Danish-Chinese Business Forum - An executive network of Danish and Chinese companies and other institutions including universities that works at strengthening commercial ties between the two countries. 
Top Talent - The first ever national network promoting Danish study- and career-opportunities to Chinese students and professionals. The Top Talent program is designed to meet the increasing demand for Chinese talent from Danish companies and universities. It is run by Innovation Centre Denmark in Shanghai with cooperation from the eight Danish universities.