On December 5th, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between TYUST and Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) was inked by President Wei Yinghui and his counterpart Lee Sze Wei of TAR UC.
TYUST has been striving to deepen and broaden the opening-up by cooperating and exchanging with institutions of higher learning along the “Belt and Road” route, Mr. Wen said at the signing ceremony presided by Vice President Xie Gang, adding that the signing of the MoU marked the beginning of substantive cooperation in students exchange, faculty visit and scientific research between the two universities.
As one of oldest non-profit universities in Malaysia, TAR UC has attached great importance to cooperation and exchanges with Chinese colleges and universities, said Mr. Lee, adding that the signing of MoU would boost internationalization of both universities.
Han Ruiyong, chief of Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges, Department of Education of Shanxi Province, delivered an address at the ceremony giving a brief introduction to the internationalization of higher education in Shanxi and expressing hopes the cooperation between the two universities would drive cooperation and exchanges in tertiary education of Shanxi and countries along the “Belt and Road” route.
Before the signing ceremony, Wang Zhilian, Party secretary of TYUST, met with the delegation of TAR UC, briefing about discipline building, research, talent recruitment and foreign exchanges of TYUST, and hoping the two universities would facilitate mutual development by strengthening cooperation and exploring multiple cooperative approaches.
Wang Zhilian, Party secretary of TYUST meets with delegation of TAR UC. (From left: Say Sok Kwan, VP of TAR UC; Lee Sze Wei, president of TAR UC; Wang Zhilian; Wei Yinghui, president of TYUST; Xie Gang, VP of TYUST)
President Wei Yinghui meets with delegation of TAR UC.
President Wei Yinghui and President Lee Sze Wei ink MoU witnessed by faculty of TYUST and TAR UC and Han Ruiyong (fourth from right).