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GDUFS Negotiates Project Cooperation with Broward College

Time:October 13, 2021  Author:Leah Lu  Editor:Kyle Muntz,Yang Xin  Source:From the GDUFS news website   Photo:From the GDUFS news website

Guangdong University of Foreign studies, October 9th, 2021: An online meeting was held by GDUFS and Broward College of the United States on the morning of September 30th. School leaders of both sides had a courteous meeting and discussed plans for improving cooperation. Jiao Fangtai, Vice President of GDUFS and Dr. David Moore, Vice President of Broward College, attended the meeting together.

Video Meeting

Jiao Fangtai gave a detailed introduction of GDUFS’s unique talent training programs and international achievements . Jiao mentioned that as a major internationalized university, GDUFS has committed to cultivating high-quality talents with an international vision. Currently, it has 28 foreign language majors and has established cooperative relations with 481 universities and institutions from 60 countries and regions. With an excellent educational environment, a high level of international communication, impressive cooperation projects as well as a strong international faculty, the university can provide a powerful guarantees of success for its cooperative projects with international universities. On behalf of GDUFS, Jiao expressed his vigorous support for the program. He also conveyed his expectation that the two sides can continue to collaborate in different fields.

Dr. David Moore praised the achievements of GDUFS. He frankly said that the key to successful cooperation between universities is having an appropriate partner, which is exactly what GDUFS is. He expressed his best wishes for cooperation between the two sides. His goals include strengthening negotiation in the post-pandemic era, promoting various tasks and making the program a bridge to benefit more students.

Relevant officials from the Office of International Cooperation and International College Center for Foreign Language Training attended the meeting.