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Indonesia’s National University signed a memorandum of cooperation exchanges between the two univ
On June 3, 2013 Surabaya, Indonesia’s National University’s Muchlas Samani, Director of Foreign Affairs, Ali Mustofa Confucius Institute, and Ms. Chen Jing visited our school. Our president, Xiu Gang, met with the visiting guests and later signed a memorandum of cooperation exchanges between the two universities. This now brings our school to have cooperation and exchanges with a total of 23 countries and regions, and more than 90 universities and intuitions.
Our president, Xiu Gang, pointed out that the school’s exchange and cooperation with the University of Surabaya has a great foundation. First, the Tianjin Municipal Government and the seat of the University Surabaya, Indonesia's are sister cities / provinces that share close exchanges and cooperation between the two governments; Secondly, the Indonesian school which will open in September of this year will be utilized to carry out exchanges and cooperation between the two schools, and prove as an opportunity to further promote bilateral teachers, students and academic exchanges. Principal Muchlas Samani said that he as well as the Surabaya University attached great importance to the cooperation with the Tianjin Foreign Studies University. Also, to further establish relationships, in September of this year, a university professor will go to the Indonesian University to teach. Also, he is readily looking forward to the official start between the two schools, 2 +2 exchange and cooperation projects, which will be sending Indonesian students to our university to learn foreign languages and our students, are welcomed to attend Surabaya University.
Surabaya, Indonesia National University also known as the UNESA, is one of Indonesia’s prestigious public universities which has a population of two thousand students which focuses on Engineering, and Language and Arts in seven colleges. (Correspondent Li Xuehui)