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Delegation of Dublin City University Visits CUEB

Author:Translated by Zhang Juan,Proofread by Li Bing Editor:Wan Chenfang Publish:2018-05-28 Size:TTT

On May 21st, Yu Zhong, member of the Party Standing Committee met with Trevor Holmes, Vice President of Dublin City University(DCU) in Boyuan Building and renewed the “3+2” combined bachelor and master’s degree program agreement.

After extending his warm welcome, Yu Zhong noted that 11 years’ cooperation between CUEB and DCU in the exchange of students and teachers majoring in labor economics, business administration and economics, etc., has gone smoothly. Taking this opportunity, Yu Zhong hoped to cement the existing cooperation while welcoming more students and teachers from DCU to visit CUEB and bear more scientific research fruits to promote further cooperation.

After expressing his thanks for Yu Zhong’s hospitality, Holmes mentioned that they valued the profound friendship and pragmatic cooperation with CUEB and hoped to expand cooperation in joint cultivation of students, mutual visits of teachers and scientific research with the School of Accounting, the School of Law, etc., besides the School of Labor Economics, College of Business Administration and School of Economics.

Afterwards, on behalf of CUEB and DCU, Yu Zhong and Holmes renewed the “3+2” combined bachelor and master’s degree program agreement.

Bernard Pierce, Former Dean of DCU Business School, Gao Yuhui, Director of DCU Business School’s programs in China, and Wang Xiaoxia, Director of DCU Business School’s office in China had an in-depth discussion with directors of the College of Business Administration, School of Labor Economics, School of Accounting, School of Economics and Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges on adding more exchange visits of students and teachers and conducting scientific research cooperation.

After the meeting, the delegation of DCU introduced the overseas study program, exchange student program and “3+2” combined bachelor and master’s degree program in detail to CUEB students who are going to study in Ireland.

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