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MBA Students and Teachers of CUEB Visit Meijo Univerisity in Japan

Author:Translated by Lu Ni, Proofread by Liang Jue Editor:Yang Jun Publish:2016-11-28 Size:TTT
On November 22nd, 16 students and teachers from MBA Education Center, CUEB School of Business Administration, visited Meijo University, which marked the beginning of their academic visit to Japan. Fukushima Shigeru, vice president of Meijo Univerisity, and Miyazaki Shinnji, dean of the School of Management warmly received the students and teachers.

Fukushima Shigeru extended his warm welcome and introduced the university’s history and research achievements. He hoped that the visit can enhance mutual exchange and understanding between the two universities. During the meeting with Miyazaki Shinnji, Chen Lipin, professor from College of Business Administration and expert in Japanese studies, reviewed the two parties’ increasingly strengthened exchange and cooperation in recent years. Back in 2002, the two sides signed a cooperation MoU, and more academic exchange programs including graduate education and short-term exchange programs have been provided over recent years.

Chengcheng, the director of MBA International Exchange Center of CUEB, gave a brief introduction of CUEB’s MBA international development and cooperation. He pointed out that overseas field study is an important component of MBA education, which can increase students’ overseas practical experiences and contribute to their future career. Cheng also hoped that through visiting the universities and global top 500 enterprises in Japan, the MBA students’ horizons can be broadened and oversea practical ability improved.

Later, students from the two universities discussed about the curriculums in their schools, traditional culture of the two countries and so on, which furthered their friendship.

After visiting Meijo University, the team also visited several enterprise headquarters including Toyota, Denso, Asahi Breweries and so on.

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