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Principal Leads Delegation to Visit Universities in Italy and France


From September 21st to 28th, Principal Fang Jie led a delegation to visit Accademia di Belle Arti “G.B. Tiepolo” and ESC Rennes School of Business.

At Accademia di Belle Arti “G.B. Tiepolo”, the first council of the Sino Foreign Cooperative Education Project was held, attended by Dr. Rizzo, Vice Chairman of the school, and Professor Malisan, Director of the Design Department. Fang Jie gave a detailed introduction to the development history, characteristics, and advantageous disciplines of our school, and pointed out that this on-site exchange and negotiation deepened the understanding between both parties, and that she is confident in continuing to strengthen cooperation and achieve even greater results in the future. Both sides also conducted in-depth discussions on matters such as Italian teachers going to China for teaching, our teachers visiting Italy for learning, and short-term student exchanges.

At ESC Rennes School of Business, Fang Jie signed a 3+1.5/3+2 undergraduate master's program and a 1+1+1 dual master's program agreement with the school's president, Audouard. Fang Jie pointed out that this visit has built a new international exchange and cooperation platform for our school's students. Through joint training projects, it is beneficial to cultivate talents with international perspectives and competitiveness, and to improve the school's international education level. Fang Jie and her delegation visited the Paris campus of ESC Rennes School of Business and exchanged views with the campus president, Professor Wood, on a short-term student exchange program, reaching a preliminary consensus.

Fang Jie and her delegation also met with Dr. Chen Li, President of the French Alumni Association of Wuhan University, and Professor Qi Chong of Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7, to discuss matters related to establishing cooperative relationships with relevant universities in Paris and introducing high-level talents.

The heads of the International Exchange and Cooperation Department, the School of International Education, the School of Economics and Trade, and the School of Art and Design were also in attendance during the visit.