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The University Presidents Forum on Sino-Foreign Education Cooperation as the sub-activity of the 7th China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week, kicked off in Guiyang International Eco-conference Center on September 2nd. Presidents from foreign and domestic universities attended the forum to discuss the Sino-foreign education cooperation, an important approach for future education development.

 

President of Guizhou University (GZU): to build GZU a training base for Southeast Asian students:

 

“We will make every effort to build GZU a training base for Southeast Asian students”, with his sincerity said Zhen Qiang, the president of GZU. He pointed out that the key to China-ASEAN education cooperation is the combination of "introducing in” and “going global”, which meant China would attract more ASEAN students while sending domestic students abroad. He also stressed that China and ASEAN countries should enhance the cooperation among governments, universities and even students so as to explore a new mode for education development and promote common growth.

 

Vice president of Tianjin University of Technology: to focus on good universities and good majors while choosing cooperative partners:

 

 To improve China-foreign education cooperation would be a key approach to future education development. Then how to guarantee the quality of education cooperation? Professor Zhanghua, Vice president of Tianjin University of Technology, provided his suggestion:  to focus on  good universities and good majors while choosing cooperative partners.

 

For both cooperation programs and institutions, the final success of school co-running lies in the specific majors. Zhang Hua, vice president of Tianjin University of Technology, put forward two principles on choosing cooperative partnerswhether they could make up your education gap  and accelerate the development of your dominant majors. This required a deep understanding of both sides of the cooperation. She pointed out that although many domestic universities were fascinated by education cooperation, they didn’t make any substantive programs or further communication except for an empty contract.

 

(Source: GYWB.cn  Sept. 3, 2014)

 

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