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School of International Social Work

In December 2017, Beijing Yongzhen Public Welfare Foundation donated RMB 20 million to support East China University of Science and Technology in building the International School of Social Work, helping to build a first-class discipline in sociology.

The International School of Social Work was jointly established by Beijing Yongzhen Public Welfare Foundation and the School of Social and Public Management of East China University of Science and Technology. It aims to jointly expand school resources and build an international orientation to promote the cultivation of social work talents, social services, scientific research, and international Professional platform for cooperation and communication. At present, the organizational structure of the International School of Social Work consists of the council, the supervisory board, the academic committee, the academic committee, and the international advisory committee. The college is committed to comprehensively improving the academic influence, policy influence, social influence and international influence of the school's social work discipline, becoming a platform for international and domestic academic exchanges and policy advocacy of social work, and gaining important aspects in promoting industry development and decision-making consultation. Results.

The tasks of the International School of Social Work fall into five categories:

1. In terms of professional talent training, provide high-quality non-degree education and training, set up Yongzhen Social Work Scholarship, and set up an outstanding social work student study fund;

2. In terms of international exchange platforms, build a high-level international academic exchange base and build an international collaboration network;

3. In high-level scientific research, build a social work database, publish high-level international journal articles, and impact on major projects of the National Social Science Fund;

4. In terms of building a first-class scientific research team, set up an eternal scholar award scheme, attract special talents at home and abroad to join the college, and focus on supporting potential teacher development;

5. In terms of policy advocacy networks, build dialogue platforms and policy forums for governments, academic institutions, social work institutions, specialized think tanks, and industry associations. 

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