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By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017 at 9:05am

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Two Chinese universities on the south-central coast of China signed agreements this year with the Anderson School to prepare undergraduate Chinese business students for graduate-level studies at the University of New Mexico, said Anderson Dean Craig White. Within a few years, those agreements and others that the University of New Mexico is pursuing could create a permanent Sino-New Mexico academic pipeline that helps populate Anderson classrooms with fresh foreign recruits.

The first class of 70 freshman Chinese students connected to the program started classes last September at the Beijing Institute of Technology in Zhuhai, a coastal city about 20 kilometers north of Macau. The University of Technology in the city of Dong Guan, located north of Hong Kong, is also recruiting its first freshman class.

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