[News from the News Report]Recently, our university and French University Université Catholique de l’Ouest (UCO) announced a blueprint of cooperation agreement, and specific cooperation agreements were signed via network.
According to the agreement, the two universities will leverage their advantages and focus on the cooperation in the fields of teacher exchange, student exchange, course training, joint teaching and scientific research. At present, both sides have launched the undergraduate and master programs as well as the language and culture training program. In the future, our university will continue to maintain communication with UCO, and explore more cooperation according to the development of the epidemic.
Founded in 1875, UCO is one of the oldest universities in western France. It is also a member of the French higher education department. It provides degree education on three levels—bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctor’s degree, which covers education, humanities, science, social science, religious science ethics, law, economy, management and other disciplines.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the International Cooperation Office has been sparing no efforts to work with our university in containing the pandemic. Meanwhile, it has actively adjusted strategies, timely organized the information of overseas cooperation institutions, and sent 25 condolence letters to them, which maintained our fruitful cooperation relationships with the cooperation universities. During this rough time, International Cooperation Office strived for international cooperation and established some new collaborationswithSZENT ISTVÁN University of Hungary,Lille University of France, and London Metropolitan University of Britain, as well assigned some implementation agreements on academic and student exchange cooperation projects withtheUniversity of AizuofJapan,the University of Yoshi andKyungpook National Universityof South Korea, andUNIVERSITÉ DU LITTORAL COTE D’OPALE of FRANCE.Our university’s existing international cooperation programs have been promoted, and 118 teachers’ and students’ applications for exchanging programs at different levels to the China Scholarship Committee were approved.
[Translated by Yu Miao]