Wu Wenying

Personal profile

Name: Wu Wenying

Gender: Female

Degree: Master

Title: Professor

Research Areas:

1. Cross-Cultural Communication and Management

2. Higher Education Internationalization


1. Second Prize of the 7th Beijing Education Achievement, Beijing Municipal Government

2. Outstanding Achievements for Promoting International Exchange and Cooperation, China Society of Higher Education

3. Excellence in Master's Thesis Supervision in 2015 and 2016 respectively


1. Wu, W. et al. Challenges and strategies of foreign language teaching in Chinese-foreign educational partnerships. Advances in Education  (9) 2019.

2. Li, W., Wu, W. et al. An investigation of the cross-cultural communication abilities of students in Chinese-foreign educational partnerships- taking Beijing-Dublin International College at Beijing University of Technology as example. Creative Education Studies (7) 2019.

3. Zhang, Y. & Wu, W. An empirical study of communicative approaches in Chinese-foreign educational institutions - taking refusal language as example. Overseas English , (20) 2015.

4. Yao, H. & Wu, W. Significance of English localization and cultural subjectivity from the perspective of cultural confidence. Southeast Communication , (11) 2018: 42-44.

5. Liang, L. & Wu, W. On China’s cultural security development under cultural confidence. Times Figure (时代人物), (02) 2020.

6. Wu, W. et al. A record of educational output of Beijing-Dublin International College. Chinese- Foreign Cooperation in Running Schools (, (09) 2020.

7. Jin, Y. & Wu, W. On improving the employment procedure of foreign language teachers in Chinese-foreign educational partnerships. China Journal Of Multimedia & Network Teaching (11) 2020: 50-53.

8. Wu, W. et al. Administration of foreign teachers in China from the perspective of cross-cultural adaptation- taking Beijing University of Technology as an example. Education Modernization 6(44), 2019: 206-213.

9. China-foreign educational partnerships contributing to university development towards “Double First-Class”. Chinese-Foreign Cooperation in Running Schools in the New Era , (06) 2019.

10. Zhao, M. & Wu, W. Cross-cultural communication strategies in emergencies concerning foreign teachers in China. The Fortune Times , (05) 2017: 275-276.

11. Dong, X. & Wu, W. A review of studies of emergency management concerning foreign faculty and students in universities. Education & Teaching Forum, (06) 2017: 8-10.

12. Zhang, S., Zhang, Y., Dong, X. & Wu, W. Factors that influence the cross-cultural adaptation of foreign teachers in China - A case study of foreign faculty in universities in Beijing. Research And Practice On Higher Education , 35(04) 2016: 26-34.

13. An analysis of the communication methods of Japanese interpersonal relations, strengthen the management of Japanese students, research on the work of foreign students (J), 2003(3)

14. The ability of cross-cultural communication is a necessary quality for attracting intellectual cadres, Expert Work Newsletter, 2000(2)

15. Intercultural management in China’s higher education, International Management Review (J), Volume 2 No.1, 2008 USA.

16. Harmony and diversity - to avoid conflicts through understanding differences, College Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 2008 (3)

17. International exchange and cooperation: an effective way for the international construction of university teachers[J]. Beijing Education, 2010(09):50-52.

18. A brief analysis of the cases of cultural conflict in intercultural management in universities[J]. Journal of Chongqing University of Technology (Social Science), 2010,24(09):145-146.

19. Discussion on the internationalization of local college management[J]. Journal of Changchun University of Science and Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 2013,26(07):156-157+164.

20. Research on cross-cultural adaptation factors of international students in china journal of Beijing University of Technology(Social Sciences Edition, 2013(2).

21. Review and comment on researches about universities' internationalization[J]. Journal of Beijing Union University, 2013,27(02):9-13.

22. On moderate cultural empathy in intercultural communication: case study of the movie M. Butterfly[J]. Journal of Beijing University of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 2015,15(01):64-67.

Personal Statement:

Wu Wenying obtained a master's degree in intercultural communication at Osaka Prefecture University, Japan in 1998. From September to December 2000, she went to the Advanced Translation School of the Southern University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands as an exchange teacher. From July to August 2006, she went to the Humanities College of the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom for study. From July to August 2010, she went to Maryland and other universities to participate in the college’s internationalization training. From January to March 2015, she visited the University of Nantes as a visiting scholar. She had been the Director of International Office and Dean of International College of Education since 2010. She is now the Principal of Dublin-International College of Beijing University of Technology.