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Director Aoki Hitoshi of Japan Hitotsubashi University Visited SWUPL along with His Delegation
At the scene of the symposium (Source: He Ming)
President Fu Zitang greeted director Aoki Hitoshi and his delegation (Source: He Ming)
Group photo (Source: He Ming)
On the morning of April 24th, professor Aoki Hitoshi, director of Hitotsubashi University's China Affairs Office; professor WangYunhai from School of Law; Lisa Nakayama, head of the International Exchange Center, and Jia Shen, the project leader of the International Exchange Center, visited our school. Vice president Yue Caishen, deputy dean Yan Fei from School of Law, deputy dean Li Yujie from School of Business and deputy dean Yu Jinsong from School of Economic participated in the meeting. The meeting was hosted by Guo Meisong, head of International Cooperation and Exchange Office.
During the symposium, vice president Yue Caishen welcomed the visit to director Aoki Hitoshi and his delegation. He introduced the history of SWUPL, state of development and relevant situation in international cooperation and exchange. He also said that SWUPL was willing to form partnership with Hitotsubashi University. And he hoped that the visit could serve as an opportunity to start the cooperation and exchange between the two universities.
Director Aoki Hitoshi introduced Hitotsubashi University in brief. He wished that the intercollegiate cooperation and exchange would be formed with SWUPL. And he added that SWUPL's teachers and students' were welcomed to visit and study in Hitotsubashi University. After that, both sides had a discussion on short-term summer program, students exchange program, scholar-visiting and cooperation in scientific research. Then they reached preliminary agreement on signing a memorandum of exchange between the two schools.
It is learned that Hitotsubashi University is a world-renowned research-oriented national university known as "Harvard in Asia". Hitotsubashi University is also a member of group of Japan's top national university. Its Humanities and Social Science fields ranks the top three in Japan, including Law, International Relations, Sociology and Linguistics, while Commerce ranks first in Japan.