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CSU Deepens Cooperation with Russian-Chinese Foundation for the Development of Culture and Education
March 1, 2018Click:

On the morning of Feb. 9, a delegation of 7 members led by Ms. Cui Shan, the President of the Russian-Chinese Foundation for the Development of Culture and Education, and Mr. Ivanov Sergre paid a visit to CSU. Zhou Kechao, Vice President of CSU, met the delegation at the No. 2 meeting room in No. 1 office building and the two sides exchanged views and reached a consensus on promoting further cooperation.

Vice President Zhou Kechao showed welcome to Ms. Cui Shan’s group on behalf of CSU. He said that through preliminary communication, the two sides would implement cooperation programs in terms of talent exchange, research cooperation and Sino-foreign cooperative education, thus bringing the cooperation between the two sides into a substantive stage.

Ms. Cui Shan expressed thanks for the support provided by CSU and made recommendations on establishment of a platform for cooperation programs: First, jointly apply for establishing the “CSU-Bauman Institute of Technology” to make exchanges with Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow Aviation Institute and Kazan Federal University in talent cultivation and research cooperation; second, establish the “Sino-Russian Cutting-edge Technology Transfer Research Institute”, build an industry-university-research cooperation platform and carry out high-end talent introduction projects and technology innovation and transfer projects in the fields of material, machinery, aeronautics & astronautics, etc.; third, cooperate with Zoomlion to set up a multilateral coordination mechanism, jointly participate in the China-Belarus Industrial Park Project for cultivation of local talents, and establish a Chinese culture center or Confucius Institute in Belarus to explore a new mode for industry-university-research cooperation with foreign countries.

Vice President Zhou Kechao agreed with Ms. Cui Shan’s recommendations on cooperation, and said that CSU would strongly support the design and implementation of specific projects and require related schools to make representative demands so as to improve the feasibility of such projects.

Also attending the meeting were the heads of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges, School of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Powder Metallurgy Research Institute and School of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

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