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President of Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology Visited Zhejiang Gongshang University
(2018/11/12 17:20:41)

          On the morning of October 19th, Hiroshi Noguchi, President of Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology (SIST), and Zhu Ning, Director of International Exchange Center, visited Zhejiang Gongshang University. Dai Wenzhan, the Vice President of ZJSU met with the guests. Director of International Office and representatives from School of Oriental Language and Culture attended the meeting.


         On behalf of Zhejiang Gongshang University, Dai Wenzhan expressed warm welcome to the second visit by Hiroshi Noguchi, and also reviewed the achievements made between the two universitie. He, in particular, introduced achievements obtained by School of Oriental Language and Culture in recent years. He hopes that  based on the solid foundation of cooperation, the cooperative fields can be further widened, the visits and exchanges between students and teachers from the two universitiesmore active, and the cooperation more fruitful.

        Hiroshi Noguchi expressed thanks for the reception and introduced the recent development of SIST. He welcomes students and teachers to visit and study in SIST, and hopes that the two universities continue to advance cooperation, deepen friendship, expand thinking and innovate cooperative patterns on basis of the existing partnership.

        Shizuoka Prefecture and Zhejiang Province are sister cities. Zhejiang Gongshang University has signed Student Exchange and Overseas Study Agreement with SIST in 2006 and Academic and Educational Exchange Agreement in 2007.  ZJSU has assisted  Zhejiang Provincial Friendship  Association to host many activities organized by Shizuoka Prefecture Youth Cadre Delegation, University Alliance Delegation and Economic Friendship Association since 2008. Since the two universities concluded the agreements, exchanges and communications have grown more frequent. Up to now, our university has sent 68 long-term students to SIST.