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SDWU Signed the Cooperative Project Protocol with Perm State University of Russia

2016-05-11

On May 10, Sergey. O. Makarov, Vice President of Perm State University of Russia, together with Boris. V. Kondakov, Dean of Linguistic Department,  Igor Kadzhaya, Director of the International Office, and Lyudmila Kadzhaya, Deputy Director of the International Office, visited our university. Guo Cuifen, Secretary of the Party Committee of Shandong Women’s University,  and Wang Shuaxia, Vice President of Shandong Women’s University,  received the delegation. The two parties had meetings at the Second Conference Room of Administering Building. Members of the Office of International Exchange and Communication and staffs of the School of Foreign Languages majoring in Russian also attended the meeting.

Guo Cuifen and Wang Shuxia extended heated welcome to the delegation led by Sergey. O. Makarov and sincerely wished that the visit could further promote the exchange and cooperation of these two universities. Later, members of the meeting discussed over the cooperation on undergraduate education of these two universities, had in-depth communication on the details of “2+2”Collaborative Training Project of Russian Major, including courses bridging, credit transfer and teachers’ exchange, and signed the cooperation protocol.

During the visit, the delegation met students majoring in Russian in Room 509 of Bowen Building and received their warm welcome. Boris. V. Kondakov introduced to students detailed information of learning and living in Perm State University and answered students’ questions.

Established in 1916, credited as “National Research-Oriented University” of Russia, Perm State University is one of the five best comprehensive universities of Russia. Since the establishment of cooperation relationship in 2002, the two universities have visited each other and exchanged teachers and students for many times. The collaborative training project signed this time will further promote in-depth cooperation of the two universities in courses and academic fields.

 

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