Contact us

Whether you to know more about the XJTLU-Liverpool partnership or are an XJTLU student with a question about applying to Liverpool, we would love to hear from you.

Professor Simon Jones - Dean for XJTLU

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Professor Simon Jones is available to discuss all strategic aspects of the XJTLU-Liverpool partnership. He is responsible for facilitating the continuing success of the partnership with the University of Liverpool across the diverse academic portfolio, covering Engineering, Science, Health and Life Science, Humanities, and Social Sciences. He works closely with the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education at Liverpool and Vice-President for Academic Affairs at XJTLU to improve processes associated with quality assurance, develop new articulation routes from XJTLU to Liverpool, and help support and nurture world-leading research and teaching opportunities in XJTLU.

You can contact Professor Simon Jones by email at

Ann Zhan - Liverpool Mobility Manager at XJTLU

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Queries about transferring to Liverpool on the 2+2 or Taicang 2+1+1 programmes should be addressed to the Liverpool Mobility Manager at XJTLU, Ms Ann Zhan. Ann works as part of a wider team of colleagues from across XJTLU and the University of Liverpool to support students with queries such as finding out more about the programme, transferring to Liverpool or applying for visas.

Ann can be contacted as follows:

  • by email at
  • by telephone on (+86) 0512 81884794
  • in person for more complex queries on the 8th floor of the Central Building at XJTLU (Suzhou campus). Ann makes regular visits to the Taicang campus to meet with students and students can also speak to the registry team based in Taicang.

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XJTLU students are encouraged to follow the University of Liverpool on Chinese social media channels for important news and updates and to find out more about student life in Liverpool. Applicants will be invited to join 2+2 or the Taicang 2+1+1 WeChat groups after submitting their applications.

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