Surrey International Institute at Dongbei University of Finance and Economics (SII-DUFE)

Pathways

Explore the study pathways available to you at SII-DUFE.

The study pathways available at SII-DUFE combine two years of study at DUFE with one of the five options outlined below. These options allow you to tailor your degree to suit your personal circumstances and ambitions.

Initially, students apply to study for a degree programme at SII-DUFE. Once accepted, you will undertake two years of study on the combined programme. At the end of Year One, students decide to undertake one of the options below.

The application for the chosen option is formalised at the end of your second year. Acceptance depends on whether you meet the academic and language requirements to continue into one of the dual-degree programmes at SII-DUFE in China or transfer to the University of Surrey.

Those students who choose to study their dual degree at SII DUFE in China (Option 2) will be taught by teachers from the University of Surrey. All classes and assessments are conducted in English, and the curriculum mirrors what is taught in the same programmes in the UK.

Students on the dual-degree pathway find their degree studies a challenging and rewarding experience.

 

Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Option 4

Option 5

Year 1

 Study DUFE programme at SII-DUFE in China

Year 2

Study DUFE programme at SII-DUFE in China

Academic and language requirements met?

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Year 3

Study at SII-DUFE in China

Study at SII-DUFE in China (in English)

Study at SII-DUFE in China (in English)

Study at Surrey in UK

Study at Surrey in UK

Year P

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Professional Training placement in UK

Year 4

Study at SII-DUFE in China

Study at SII-DUFE in China (in English)

Study at Surrey in UK

Study at Surrey in UK

Study at Surrey in UK

Outcome

Single degree awarded by DUFE

 

 Two degrees awarded, one by DUFE and another by Surrey

 

“How I view and manage my work has been changed by the excellent tuition I received at the University of Surrey.

 

"The individual tasks and group assignments encourage students to think independently and reflectively. Students are able to find pertinent information on their own, employ information to solve problems, and use their own knowledge to evaluate the consequences of an event as a result of the innovative learning and teaching processes.”

- Ms Naiyin Yao, BSc Tourism Management (First Class Honours)