Date: 2018-05-10 Visitcount: 1213
A delegation of Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) led by President Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai, paid a visit to ZJU’s College of Education on Wednesday to further the cooperative relationship between the two institutions.
“Our college has built a long relationship with AIT. In the past five years, there have been five summer camps to Thailand and more than 100 faculty and students have visited distinguished higher education institutions in Thailand, including AIT. These camps have expanded the students’ global vision, enhanced cross-cultural understanding, and built friendship. Our faculty and students were deeply impressed by the beautiful campus and high-level internationalization of AIT,” said GU Jianmin, Dean of College of Education, in his welcoming remark.
WU Juhui, Deputy Dean of College of Education, and WU Xueping, Director of Department of Education, have both led delegations to visit AIT, and they expressed their gratitude to the President, the administrators, faculty and staff of AIT for their kind support for the programs. “We also would like to invite the faculty and students of AIT to visit us some time to get a better understanding of each other and promote the cooperation in the future,” said ZHOU Lijun, Deputy Dean of College of Education, after giving a detailed introduction of the College.
On behalf of the respective institutions, Dean GU Jianmin and AIT President Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai signed a MOA specially on student exchange to make the Thailand visiting camp an official program, which opens a new chapter of bilateral cooperation.
College of Education, Zhejiang University
May 9, 2018