A Delegation from the Jagiellonian University Visited SWUPL for Academic Exchange

Author: Li Mengxuan, Ma Yining Source: School of Foreign Languages

2019-03-27 02:12:00

At the scene of the meeting (Source: He Ming)

From March 7th to 9th, a delegation of four representatives from Faculty of Philology of the Jagiellonian University visited SWUPL, aiming to seek more academic exchange and educational cooperation with SWUPL.

On the afternoon of March 8th, Vice-President Yue Caishen, Head of International Cooperation and Exchange Office Guo Meisong, Secretary of the Party Committee as well as Dean of School of Foreign Languages Li Lihong, Deputy Dean Zhu Yuanqing and Cao Zhijian attended a meeting with the delegation with the delegation at the third conference room at Qingye Building. The two parties discussed the feasibility of academic exchanges, projects that can be carried out, and cooperative ways.

At the meeting, Vice-President Yue introduced the current situation of the international cooperation and exchange of SWUPL and expressed SWUPL's wish to collaborate with universities in Poland and other countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Head of the delegation and Dean of Faculty of Philology Professor Elżbieta Górska gave an overview presentation of the Jagiellonian University and its international cooperative projects. Afterwards, Dean Li Lihong and Deputy Dean of Faulty of Philology Professor Władysław Witalisz respectively introduced the history, school characteristics and dominant disciplines. Both sides shared their views in summer projects, undergraduate and postgraduate student exchange programs, teacher visiting, collaborative scientific researches and co-host meeting.

Before and after the meeting, the delegation visited the campus.

The Jagiellonian University, which was founded in 1364, was situated in Kraków, Poland. It is the oldest university in Poland and also one of the oldest surviving universities in the world. Composed of over 40 thousand students, the university is divided into 13 Faculties, such as Faculty of Law and Administration and Faculty of Philology. It is one of the most important scientific and academic research bases in Europe and also one of the top 500 international universities in the world. Visiting delegation members included Dean of Faculty of Philology Professor Elżbieta Górska, Deputy Dean and Director of Institute of English Studies Professor Władysław Witalisz, Director of Institute of Oriental Studies Professor Barbara Michalak-Pikulska and Joint Associate Director Associate Professor Joanna Gözbek.

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