Tim Gallagher,Minister of School of Science of University of Bristol, Visited CUMT

The publisher:张馨元Release time:2018-04-23Browse the number:10

On April 12th, Tim Gallagher, Minister of School of Science of University of Bristol, and his delegation visited our school. Vice president Zhou Guoqing met with the delegation in the Administrative Building, room B201.

Vice President Zhou Guoqing welcomed the visit of Minister Tim Gallagher and his party, he reviewed the achievements made by the two universities in the cooperation in recent years and highlighted the development of the "Double-First Class" construction in our school. He said that the science-related subjects of University of Bristol are strong, meanwhile, the "Double-First Class" construction of CUMT also needs great support through the development of science disciplines.This provides an important opportunity for the cooperation between the two universities in the field of science. He hopes that the two universities will further strengthen their cooperation in science and will continue to expand the scope of cooperation and enhance the level of the cooperation.

Minister Gallagher agreed with that and stated that the two universities have complementary advantages in science and other fields and they look forward to promoting student exchange programs as soon as possible, and to carrying out more practical cooperation in student training, teaching, and scientific research.Subsequently, the two parties conducted in-depth discussions and communication on Visiting Undergraduate Student Program, "2+2" Undergraduate Double Degree Program, Graduate Exchange Program and other related issues.

After the talks, the delegation also visited the laboratory of the School of Chemical Engineering and Technology of our school and went to the School of Mathematics to hold discussions and communications with students.

Wang Jing, director of the Australian Education Management Group, accompanied them. The heads of the International Office, Teaching Administration Office the School of Chemical Engineering and Technology and the School of Mathematics of our University attended the talks.

News Source: International Office

Author: International Office

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