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NCUE, Huzhou University Make Partnership Official, Push Cooperation in Various Aspects

President of Huzhou University, Li-Chin Zhang, led a group to visit NCUE and signed a Memorandum of Understanding, making the partnership official between the two institutions. Huzhou University is one of NCUE’s 86 partner universities in Mainland China.  

Huzhou University is located in Huzhou City near Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing. Huzhou is named after Lake Thaihu in Zhejiang Province. Huzhou University is composed of 14 colleges, 53 undergraduate programs and 6 graduate programs. Among the total of 18 thousand students, forty percent are enrolled in the Educational Program. The university is a key application oriented university in Zhejiang. It is ranked 15th out of 108 universities in the province and inside the top 180 among over 20 hundred universities nationwide. Huzhou University has nurtured about 300 school principals of Zhejiang.

NCUE President Yen-Kuang Kuo hosted the welcome meeting after the collaboration agreement between the two institutions was signed. When giving a speech at the meeting, President Kuo gave his respect to Huzhou University’s fast development in recent years and expressed his hopes for further cooperation in the future. President Zhang highly praised NCUE for its innovation capability and excellence in educational concept, cultivation of students and social impact. Based on the similarities between NCUE and Huzhou University in giving priority to the development of internationalization, industry-academia collaboration, etc., President Zhang looks forward to the mutual development and sharing of resources between the two institutions.

President Zhang stated that his visit aims at exploring NCUE’s characteristics of governance and scientific research, development of academic subjects and cultivation of teaching talents, so as to facilitate future cooperation in student exchange, teacher training, scientific research, etc. His expectations received positive feedback from President Kuo.

The Yangtze River Delta urban agglomeration is an area experiencing the most dramatic economic development and being a manufacturing center that makes up about one-sixth of China’s economy. According to President Zhang, for the location’s sake, local students in Huzhou tend to stay there for further education so the students at Huzhou University can keep pace with those attending colleges in Beijing. In addition, Huzhou University’s strategy of cultivating applied talents through close connection with local enterprises resembles NCUE’s development experience of industry-academic cooperation. President Zhang expressed his expectations that his visit to NCUE marks a new chapter in cooperation between the two universities. Both sides accordingly further exchanged views on associated topics of cooperation at the meeting.




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