University of Bristol Visited College of Foreign Languages in Nankai University

Publisher:王泽璞Date:2018-04-28Views:13

Foreign Languages in Nankai University. The visiting delegates included Ms. Leah Tether, Dean of Graduate School of Humanities and Arts at the University of Bristol, Ms. Xiaochun Zhang, Project Manager of Sino-British Translation Masters, Mr. Ben Pohl, Professor of Medieval History, and Michael Benson, Project Manager of the International Department. Yan Guodong, dean of College of Foreign Languages, Wang Kai, Dean Assistant, Hu Cuie, Director of Translation Department, Hui Chunping, Deputy Director of English Department, Liang Song, stuff from International Development Office and Yang Ying , from Nankai University Exchange Office attended the meeting.

Prof. Yan Guodong, Dean of the College of Foreign Languages in Nankai University, welcomed the visit of the University of Bristol in the UK and hoped to actively promote the cooperation of the two universities in various fields.

Before the meeting, Dean Assistants, Wang Kai and the leaders of the Translation Major of English and Chinese, and the University of Bristol delegation conducted a teaching and scientific research cooperation exchange meeting. The two parties exchanged in-depth views on undergraduate and postgraduate joint training programs, summer camp activities for students, exchange of teacher visits, the establishment of joint academic conferences and publications, and the holding of multilingual cross-cultural forums.

In addition, members of the University of Bristol delegation also met with three students who were interested in participating in the exchange program between the two universities. They gave The gave students brief introduction of University of Bristol and answered a series of questions about studying abroad.

Ms. Leah Tether, Dean of Graduate School of Humanities and Arts at the University of Bristol, said that the visit was very successful and she was confident that the two parties would further strengthen cooperation. She hoped that the cooperation between the College of Foreign Languages at Nankai University and the University of Bristol Humanities and Arts Department will contributes to the development of international cooperation of the universities in all aspects.

The University of Bristol was founded in 1876 and is located in Bristol, the largest city in southwest England. The school has trained a total of 12 Nobel Prize winners and ranked 9th in the U.S. Newsweek 2017 World University Rankings and 76th in the world.