On 14, March, UPC and CSCSE (Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange) officially signed an agreement on the establishment of study abroad training base in UPC. Wang Ruihe, vice-president of UPC and Che Weimin, deputy director of CSCSE, attended the ceremony.
According to the agreement, CSCSE will provide policies and guidance for the base, participate in the design of training programs for oversea study, conduct assessment on teaching quality of programs and also be hold responsible for training procedures and affairs of students who receive training in the base. UPC will make every effortto be qualified as the model of exchange service.
In the next stage, UPC would introduce high grade projects of over 20 universities from Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Azerbaijan and etc. It has planned to launch various forms of projects for joint education to meet students’ need at different levels.
The establishment of the training base for study abroad will improve the level for oversea study service and broaden more access to student exchange, which will carry forward the internationalization.