A New Beginning for Educational Cooperation, A New Future for Cultural Exchange---JAI in the 11th China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week

Position: News | A New Beginning for Educational Cooperation, A New Future for Cultural Exchange---JAI in the 11th China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week   News time:2018-08-03 08:13:48  

In order to boost the international exchanges with countries along the route of One Belt and One Road, the deputy head of International Cooperation and Forum Office of JAI, Huang Baizhou, and the secretary, Song Shanshan attended the 11th China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week (CAECW) held in Guizhou from July 25 to July 29. The forum, themed with “A New Beginning for Educational Cooperation, A New Future for Cultural Exchange”, was hosted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of PRC, Ministry of Education of PRC, and the People’s Government of Guizhou Province,  jointly organized by ASEAN-China Centre, Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO), and undertaken by Education Department of Guizhou Province, and Foreign Affairs Office of Guizhou Province.

During CAECW, our college made extensive communications with the representatives of SEAMEO and more than 30 colleges from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philips, and Thailand. The Secretary-General of SEAMEO Secretariat, Dr.Gatothari hoped that more exchanges could be made between colleges in ASEAN countries and JAI, after learning about our distinctive programme design, and he also invited JAI to attend the 2018 Southeast Asia Creative Camp.

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In the 2nd Partnership Workshop for SEAMEO-China TVET Cultural Twinning Programme, our college singed memorandums of cooperation with 10 colleges from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philips, and Myanmar on student exchange, intern project, teacher exchange, and relevant training. In the coming year, JAI will further push forward the cooperation and exchanges with these colleges.

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The head of SEAMEO Higher Education and Development Region said that students in ASEAN countries performed well on creativity, but they were usually short of technical capacity. She spoke highly of our platform of closely linking industry with teaching, and hoped that more students from ASEAN countries could come to JAI and make exchanges.

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JAI has been proactively making cooperation with overseas colleges since establishment. By far, we have built the relationship of cooperation and exchange with 118 colleges and universities from 20 countries and regions. In the future, we will further enhance the communication with colleges and universities from the route of One Belt and One Road and contribute to boosting mutual prospects of One Belt and One Road education.

 

International Cooperation and Forum Office