On April 10th, the theatre in the College of Art on the South Campus witnessed the third welcome ceremony for the GDUFS-Coventry-HSBC Program delegation. During the next two weeks, two professors and 22 students from Coventry University will study and exchange their ideas with the students in the Cisco School of Informatics of GDUFS.
The welcome ceremony
Students from the College of Art performed Chinese traditional dances and music. There were also some interesting interactions during the ceremony.
Students performed traditional Chinese music and calligraphy
The session for interaction
JIANG Shengyi, Dean of the Cisco School of Informatics, pointed out that the program, enhancing international communication, was a result of the cooperation between GDUFS, Coventry University and HSBC. The creative and pioneering program made the best use of the resources from the three parties to cultivate the students, and to qualify them for International Services Outsourcing: those involving Informatics in particular. Victor Sanchez-Anguix from Coventry University mentioned that the program would help students gain much experience and improve their professional competence in his speech. And a student from the program also said that thanks to the program, they would be able to practice their professional skills more and glimpse into HSBC.
Brief Introduction of Coventry University: Coventry University was formerly known as Coventry College of Design, which was founded in 1843. In 1970, many colleges amalgamated to form the Lancaster Polytechnic, which later became Coventry University. Over 170 years, the university has earned a good reputation in the field of Applied Technology, and the Automotive Engineering and Design of the university ranks No.1 in the UK and No.3 in the world.