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DLI Student Awarded Raymond Peacock Prize by UoL

Jul 23, 2020 

Source:Leicester International Institute, DUT


Recently, good news traveled from the University of Leicester that Shan Xufeng, who is a student of Leicester International Institute, Dalian University of Technology, and now studying at the University of Leicester via the 2+2 transfer program since September 2019, was awarded the Raymond Peacock Prize.


The Raymond Peacock Prize is an endowed prize from Professor Raymond Peacock, who was Professor of Inorganic Chemistry in the School of Chemistry from 1965 until 1991. The Prize is awarded annually to the best 2nd year student.



ShanXufengis a student of 2017 Class majoring in Chemistry programme. Before he transferred to the UK, he was dedicated himself to study at Dalian University of Technology, and was awarded the scholarships for outstanding academic achievement for both the 2017-2018 academic year and 2018-2019 academic year. After two years’ study at the Sino-British joint educational institute with the deeply integrated educational ideas, various measures of English training and the combination of Chinese and British education, even under the strict requirements and new challenges,ShanXufenghas quickly adapted to the British teaching method and learning environment in the UK. After a year of hard study, he has got the highest marks at the School of Chemistry.



With the persistent principle of mutual integration of educational ideas, cultural intercommunication, resource sharing and win-win cooperation, DLI has built up the internationalised teaching model to achieve the same standard of education as both Dalian University of Technology and the University of Leicester. DLI students officially register at both DUT and UoL, and they can enjoy the excellent leaning resources and the student rights in both two leading universities.


During the past three years, both the management and academic teams of the Chinese and British side have been coordinating and innovating corporately to conglomerate the Chinese and British philosophy and resources for advantageous elite education. In the future, DLI will continue to develop towards the top-level international institute globally under the strong support of DUT and UoL for cultivating competitive talents with global vision.


Editor: Li Xiang