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President of Royal Roads University Visited ZJSU
On the morning of Nov 26th, Vice President Dai Wenzhan met with Prof.Allan Cahoon, President of Royal Roads University. The Directors of International Office and of Foreign Languages School attended the meeting as well.

Firstly, Prof. Dai Wenzhan extended warm welcome to Prof.Allan Cahoon. Then he made a brief introduction of ZJSU, and expressed his wish to further extensive cooperation in students exchange, staff mutual-visit, academic cooperation and etc. in accordance with respective advantages and characteristics of two sides, based on previous collaboration.

Appreciating the warm reception, Prof. Allan Cahoon also spoke highly of the one hundred-year history and campus environment of ZJSU. He said, students of RRU are looking forward to studying and learning in ZJSU. He hoped that both sides can create more opportunities for staff and students form two Universities through deepening staff and students exchange as well as broadening cooperation fields. After the meeting, two sides signed Cooperation Framework Agreement.

Royal Roads University is a Public university established in 1906. The most distinctive characteristic of RRU is that 70% of its students are graduate students, and they spend more time on research and practice while less time on classroom studying. The MBA program is recognized domestically and internationally. In 2003, RRU ranked in the top five MBA Case Teaching Competition by ACU (the Association of Commonwealth Universities).

Short-term training program of postgraduates between RRU and ZJSU has been established. This October, 11 students from School of Foreign Languages went to RRU to take a three-week intercultural study and exchange program. Currently, over 40 RRU students are conducting their study and exchange activities in ZJSU. This program includes classroom learning, social investigation and one-to-one buddy interaction, which has gained fully recognition and popularity among students from both sides.