In the afternoon of March 20th, Richard Soparnot, Vice President of the Clermont Business School in France, and XIANG Xiaoguang, Chinese representative of the Clermont Business School in France, visited GDUFS. CHEN Linhan, Vice President of GDUFS, met with the guests in the VIP Room. The two parties negotiated related issues such as student exchange programs, China-France incubator projects, MBA and DBA projects.
Talks between the two sides
CHEN Linhan warmly welcomed the visit of the Clemson Business School delegation and thanked Richard Soppano for his third visit to our university. He briefly reviewed the cooperation and exchanges between the two parties and hoped that the negotiation could be based on existing cooperation and should better promote the implementation of student exchange programs, accelerate the negotiation of China-France incubator projects, and explore new cooperation projects.
Richard Soparano pointed out that the two universities had successfully completed the undergraduate and master students’exchange programs in January 2018. At present, there are already eight students enrolled in France and they plan to study in GDUFS for one year in September this year. It is hoped that the specific matters for the exchange of students between the two sides can be confirmed and the depth and breadth of cooperation can be further expanded.
After the talks, the staff of the two sides discussed in detail the specific cooperation issues, clarified the specific arrangements for the exchange of students between the two sides beginning in September of this year, organized summer camps for innovation and entrepreneurship in France during the summer, and discussed the cooperation on the master’s degree and doctoral level, such as MBA, MIB and DBA. Director of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange, CAI Hong; Secretary of the Party Committee of the Faculty of Chinese Language and Culture, ZHOU Donglan; Executive Deputy Dean of the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, XIE Xiulan, as well as heads of the Business School and the Institute for International Education, attended the meeting.