Guangxi University delegation pays courtesy call on President Moriwaki
A delegation from Guangxi University, China, paid a courtesy call on President Hisataka Moriwaki on December 20, 2017. They were: Vice President, Professor Luo Tingrong, Ms. Huang Liyun, Director of International Exchange Department, Mr. Qin Chengqiang Dean of International Education College, Mr. He Xinhua, Vice Dean of Agriculture College and Mr. Hu Tingjun, Vice Dean of Animal Science and Technology College.
Guangxi University was established in 1928 as a general university at Nanning, Guangxi, China. Gifu University and Guangxi University signed the university-level agreement in April, 1986 and in 2011, the Graduate School of Applied Biological Sciences (currently Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology) and five colleges of Guangxi University (the College of Agriculture, the College of Animal Sciences and Technology, the College of Light Industry and Food Engineering, the College of Life Sciences and Technology, and the College of Forestry) signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for a Double Degree Program (DDP). In 2015, the United Graduate School of Agricultural Science and the six colleges of Guangxi University (the College of Agriculture, the College of Animal Sciences and Technology, the College of Light Industry and Food Engineering, the College of Life Sciences and Technology, the College of Forestry and the College of Business) concluded the Memorandum of Understanding for Double PhD Degree Program. In addition, Gifu University staff have been participating in the staff training program overseas at Guangxi University from 2016 and they already succeeded in holding "Gifu University Fair in Guangxi University" twice so far.
At the meeting with the president, Mr. Luo expressed his strong wish to strengthen ties with Gifu University by expanding DDP with other graduate schools in the near future. President Moriwaki replied that he would like to foster the friendship with Guangxi University through exchanges by whole students, teachers and staff members .
It is expected that the two universities will further expand diverse collaboration and exchanges in multiple academic and research fields.
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