On September 21st, Liu Fei, Vice President of the Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI), visited FNU. FNU Vice President Chen Qinghua met with visitors, and relevant responsible persons of the International Office, College of International Education, and College of Computer and Cyber Security attended the meeting.
Chen Qinghua said that the China-Japan collaborative education program is FNU’s longest Chinese-foreign cooperation project, and that in the context of the normalized prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic, the two sides will explore more diversified forms of cooperation and open up new platforms and new vistas for cooperation. Liu Fei expressed his willingness to increase support in such aspects as personnel, technology, and scientific research, and effectively promote the in-depth development of cooperative education, of which the two sides conducted in-depth exchanges on the professional construction, personnel training, development and employment.
Liu also attended the meeting for promoting China-Japan cooperative education and the teacher-student meeting of College of International Education.
(Translated by Liu Wenjin/ Reviewed by Xie Xiujuan)