On the evening of November 8, the 2021 Study Abroad Online Promotion Week (the “Promotion Week”) hosted by the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange (OICE) and co-organized by Student’s International Communication Association (SICA) was held. JUFE Vice President Prof. Liu Xiaoli attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech. The event was attended by more than 7,000 people, including vice deans and staff in charge of foreign affairs of the schools, JUFE teachers and students, as well as teachers and students of overseas cooperative colleges and universities, which was presided over by Xiao Long, Director of OICE.
Liu Xiaoli, on behalf of JUFE, expressed warm welcome and gratitude to the attendees. After reviewing the 15-year history of the Promotion Week and JUFE’s internationalization in recent years, she pointed out that this brand activity has become an important communication platform for JUFE teachers, students and oversea partner institutions. Also, she encouraged students to seize every opportunity to experience the world's multiculture, broaden their international horizons, and strive to become an international talent.
Yang Yong, vice director of OICE, made a report on the 2021 study abroad programs for the attendees.
Michal Godlewski, the student exchange program coordinator of Kozminski University in Poland, spoke as the representative of oversea partner institutions. He highly praised the organization of the event and the outstanding performance of JUFE students, while expressing hopes for closer cooperation between the two universities.
OICE has always been committed to exploring new models of international cooperation and exchanges for sustainable development in the post-epidemic era.” The promotion which lasted five days was a beneficial attempt and great opportunity for our teachers and students to communicate with overseas partner universities. Nine overseas cooperative colleges and universities from seven countries:the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Poland, Croatia, Spain, and Hungary, were invited and they held online meetings respectively, during which teachers and studentsinterested were provided with the latest official information on studying abroad.