MOU Signed Between CUEB and New Jersey City University
First, Sun Shanxue briefly introduced CUEB to Daniel. Sun said that in recent years, as a key university of the Beijing Municipality, CUEB had made great achievements in education, and its foreign exchanges wereexpanding constantly. Sun appreciated Daniel’s visit to CUEB for future cooperation despite his tight schedule. New Jersey City University has significant advantages in music, art, communications and other disciplines and looks forward to concrete cooperation with CUEB School of Culture and Communications.
Daniel J. Julius also briefly introduced New Jersey City University. He said that New Jersey City University wasa rising university, with a competitive edge in humanities and arts disciplines. In recent years, its teaching qualityand education hardware have been greatly improved, and a Confucius Institutewasadded this year, the only one in two years at the locality. New Jersey City University would like to seeChinese students study there and is committed to an international education for both American and Chinese students.
Shi Gang, dean of CUEB School of Culture and Communications, briefly introduced the schoolto Daniel J. Julius. Shi said that the college attached great importance to the cultivation of students' humanistic quality and practical ability, and the discipline setting of CUEB washighly complementary with New Jersey City University. He said teachers from New Jersey City University were welcome to visit and teach atCUEB, and at the same time, the two universities should strengthen student communications at all levels. Huang Liwei, deputy director of CUEB Division of International Cooperationand Exchange briefly introduced the internationalization of CUEB and welcomed teachers from New Jersey City University to the summer international school of CUEB to offer all-English courses like Economics and Management, Culture and Communications and Engineering, etc.
At last, the two sides signed an inter-university cooperation MoU.