Delegation from JNU Visiting Europe
From Oct. 19 to 30, a delegation from Jinan University headed by President Hu Jun visited Europe. During the visit, President Hu signed cooperation agreement with Toulouse Business School and Paris Observatory. Through the agreement with the latter, Jinan University entered an agreement on establishing a joint lab with IMCCE (the French Institute for Celestial Mechanics and Ephemeris Calculation), with was the first joint lab JNU has ever established with foreign institutes.
Other members of the delegation included: Prof. Li Congdong, Dean of the Management School, Prof. Huang Li, Dean of the 1st Clinical Medicine School, Prof. Yao Guoxiang, Dean of the Information Science and Technology, Prof. Peng Qingyu from the same college and Prof. Yu Huifen, Director of the International Affairs Office.
On October 20, the delegation visited Lille 1 University. The university is one of the most famous comprehensive universities in France. There has been a long history of cooperation between the College of Information Science and Technology of JNU and Lille 1 University. The two sides overviewed the cooperation and discussed possibilities of further collaboration.
Visit to Lille 1 University
On Oct. 21, Prof. Hu Jun signed an inter-institutional cooperation with Toulouse Business School on behalf of JNU. Prof. Li Congdong signed a cooperative agreement on Tourism Marketing and Management MBA Program with the college on behalf of the Management School. The Toulouse Business School was founded in 1903 and is one of the oldest business schools in the world and is also one of the 21 earliest ones which got AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB accreditation.
Agreement signing with Toulouse Business School
On Oct. 23, the delegation visited Paris Observatory IMCCE. The two sides signed an agreement on establishing a joint lab., which is the first one of the same kind in JNU history. This will no doubt provide a platform for exchanges between researchers, staff and students.
President Hu Jun with Dr. Egret, Director of the Paris Observatory
In France, the delegation also visited Paris University 8 and held discussion on a wide range topics including exchange of staff and students, joint training of post graduates and teaching Chinese as a foreign language. The Paris University 8 is a comprehensive university founded in 1970. The university is renowned for its research in literature and sociology.
On Oct. 26, the delegation visited the Kaiserin-Friedrich-Stiftung in Germany. The cooperation between the two sides started in 1982. So far, JNU has sent out 147 doctors and teachers in 20 groups to the foundation to further their studies. This program has successfully trained some backbone personnel for our medical staff. The two sides reviewed the cooperation and reached agreement on how to solve current problems.
Visit to the Kaiserin-Friedrich-Stiftung
In Poland, the delegation visited the Wy sza Szko a Biznesu - National-Louis University and met with exchange students from JNU who are now studying there.
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