On May 8, Martin Schröder, Vice-President of the University of Manchester, together with his colleagues, paid a visit to Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). Ms. Zhan Yiqing, chief accountant of HUST, greeted the delegation.
Ms. Zhan pointed out that the University of Manchester is one of the partners that HUST attaches great importance to globally. The two universities have launched deep cooperation and made tremendous achievements. It is expected that the two universities can carry out more diversified cooperation in fields like Sino-foreign cooperation in education, joint international research platforms and joint doctoral training programs, etc
Martin Schröder highly appraised the achievements made by the two universities in international cooperation and hoped that we could further deepen exchanges and strengthen friendship through this visit, thus laying a foundation for more diversified cooperation in the future. Next step, he hoped that the two universities could expand their cooperation to fields such as mechanics, electrical engineering and materials to advance in-depth development of bilateral partnership.
After the meeting, Ms. Zhan and Martin Schröder signed “2+2” joint training agreements in physics, chemistry and environmental engineering respectively. Other witnesses included representatives from the International Exchange Center, International Education Department, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, School of Aerospace Engineering, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering, Physics, Computer Science and Technology, Materials Science and Engineering.
On the same day, the delegation also made one-to-one in-depth exchanges in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Physics, Environmental Science and Engineering, Computer Science and Technology, Mechanical Science and Engineering and other schools. They had also visited the Exhibition Hall of HUST History, the Service Center for Teachers and Students and Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics.