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Dolores O'Riordan, Vice President of the University of Dublin, Was Invited to Visit CHD
Date:2018-12-07    Resource:    author:    number of clicks:1614

On December 6, 2018, Dolores O'Riordan, Vice President of the University of Dublin, Ireland, and his delegation were invited to visit our school. Sha Aimin, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of the University, met with visitors at the 5th floor conference room of Hongyuan Teaching Building in Lishui Campus. Academic Affairs Office, International Office, Highway The relevant person in charge of the college accompanied the meeting.


Deputy Secretary Sha Aimin warmly welcomed the first visit of Vice President Dolores O'Riordan. He briefly introduced the school's development history, school scale, subject characteristics, personnel training and international exchanges, and highlighted the operation of the Sino-foreign cooperative education projects carried out by the two universities in the road, bridge and river crossing engineering. He pointed out that the two universities have cooperated sincerely for many years and have achieved fruitful results in the fields of student joint training, teacher mutual visits, and cooperative scientific research. This year, the Sino-foreign cooperative education project of the two universities was officially approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education and successfully completed the first enrollment work. The cooperation between the two universities has moved to a more in-depth stage. He said that the school attaches great importance to the construction of the project, and is dedicated to the teaching environment, the allocation of teachers, the creation of an international atmosphere and the daily teaching management to ensure students' quality international education and learning experience. He expressed his sincere gratitude to the University of Dublin for his hard work in the promotion and implementation of the cooperative school project, and expressed that he would support more teachers and students to visit and study at the University of Dublin.


Vice-President Dolores O'Riordan expressed sincere gratitude to the warm reception of our school and highly agreed with the cooperation proposal put forward by Deputy Secretary Sha Aimin. It also briefly introduced the development of the University of Dublin, Ireland. She said that through field visits and visits, the Sino-foreign cooperative education project has a good international teaching environment and a strong learning atmosphere, which has deeply impressed her, fully embodies the school's concept of running a school with talent cultivation as the center, and demonstrates the strong school. The foundation and strength of international education. She expressed her gratitude to our school for its strong investment in the construction of cooperative education projects and pointed out that the cooperation between the two universities has had a solid foundation and achieved remarkable results, especially since the bid to host the Sino-foreign cooperative education project in the past two years. To be close. The University of Dublin attaches great importance to the first Sino-foreign cooperative education projects of the two universities. It is hoped that through the in-depth cooperation of the two projects, more opportunities will be brought to the cooperation and exchange between the teachers and students of the two universities, and more Changan University teachers and students are welcome to visit the University of Dublin. The two sides have created an atmosphere and solid foundation in multi-disciplinary and in-depth cooperation, and strive to promote a closer and closer cooperation relationship between the two universities.


After the meeting, Vice President Dolores O'Riordan and his party had a discussion with the students of the Sino-foreign cooperative education project.




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