Beijing, 13th December, 2016 (BISTU)--- Collaboration and exchange issues are explored between BISTU and University of Rome ¡°Tor Vergata¡±, as the University of Rome ¡°Tor Vergata¡± delegation, led by Prof. Roberto Mugavero who is also national Chairman of Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence-OSDIFE , visit BISTU on 12th December.
Following the heartfelt welcome and brief introduction to BISTU, Xu Baojie says that there are three key areas to which BISTU has attached great importance for future development. The first is improvement of innovative competence, the second construction of new campus, and the third, progress of internationalization. With regard to internationalization, Xu Baojie points out that BISTU greatly encourages faculties to keep close contacts with international colleagues and students to get in touch with the vase world. The delegation¡¯s visit has brought new content to BISTU¡¯s international exchange and cooperation. It is hoped that future collaboration between the two universities is mutual beneficial and fruitful.
Prof. Mugavero introduces University of Rome ¡°Tor Vergata¡±. It was established in 1981, located in Rome. About 40,000 students are learning in 144 programs of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels in six colleges of the University, i.e., School of Economics, School of Engineering, School of Humanities, School of Law, School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, and School of Medicine and Surgery. ¡¡¡¡
Dean of School of Information Management Li Chen offers an introduction to his school and hopes to explore possibilities of cooperation with University of Rome ¡°Tor Vergata¡± in the area of information security. Executive Dean of Postgraduate School Wang Jiuhe talks about development of postgraduate education at BISTU and say that internationalization of postgraduates becomes an important job of the university. And joint degree project could be well explored. ¡¡¡¡
Dr. Lu Jing, Director of International Cooperation Department makes a brief introduction to BISTU international cooperation and some practices in degree and non-degree programs. Both parties then negotiate on how to carry out concrete programs.