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Delegation from Grenoble Ecole de Management Visits Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Time:December 19, 2023  Author:SITS Translation Practice and Training Base  Editor:Yang Xin  Source:From the GDUFS news website   Photo:

On December 12, Philippe Monin, Academic Vice President of Grenoble Ecole de Management (EM Grenoble) visited Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GDUFS). Jiao Fangtai, Vice President of GDUFS, met guests in the VIP Hall of the Administration Building of Baiyunshan Campus. The two sides exchanged views on strengthening exchanges and deepening cooperation.

Jiao Fangtai welcomed Philippe Monin and introduced the history, general development, and characteristics of internalization of GDUFS to the guests. He said that the university actively promotes the ‘two-wheel-drive’ of foreign and non-foreign language disciplines and multi-disciplinary and multi-language innovation and development, always adheres to the orientation of internationalization in education, and has established exchange and cooperation relations with 492 universities and academic and cultural institutions in 60 countries and regions. School of Business of GDUFS, which actively promotes the internationalization strategy, has passed the AMBA and EPAS international certification, and won the AMBA & BGA Global Business Excellence Gold Award. In the future, GDUFS will pay attention to the integrated development of multi-disciplinary fields in the context of the continuous development of artificial intelligence, and promote the improvement of the quality of talent training. It is expected that the two universities will continue to expand cooperation areas and enhance cooperation levels based on the cooperation of undergraduate double-degree training programs in the future.

Scene of the meeting

Philippe Monin thanked GDUFS for the welcome and introduced the discipline development and talent training model of EM Grenoble. He said that EM Grenoble attaches great importance to the integration of scientific and technological innovation with traditional business education, and provides students with rich internship opportunities to improve the quality of employment. He expressed his expectation for the future cooperation of the two universities, hoping to respond to the needs of the times and jointly cultivate high-quality talents.

Group photo

Representatives from the Office of International Exchange and Cooperation, School of Business attended the meeting.