A Delegation from Sarrland Universiy’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center Visited SWUN
SWUN News Network - On the morning of April 11, 2016, a 4-member delegation led by Alex Koch, Administrator of Sarrland Unversity’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, visited SWUN. A meeting was held at the conference room of the Ethnic Museum on Wuhou Campus. Bian Jing, Secretary of the CPC Committee of SWUN and Zengming, President of SWUN met with the guests, and staff of the Office of International Cooperation also attended the meeting.
Party Secretary Bian Jing extended a warm welcome to the guests on behalf of the faculties and students consisting of all the 56 nationalities across China and expressed his appreciation for their visit, saying that the visiting delegation of Sarrland University would provide opportunities for both the faculties and students of SWUN to learn from the experience of the innovation and entrepreneurship programs in Germany, which is especially valuable in the context of the Chinese government’s recent promotion of mass entrepreneurship and innovation and would give impetus to SWUN’s innovation and entrepreneurship programs for undergraduate students.
Mr. Alex Koch gave a speech on behalf of the delegation and expressed his appreciation for SWUN’s invitation for their visit as well as his hope to exchange experience with faculties and students of SWUN in an attempt to advance the innovation and entrepreneurship programs of both sides.
At the meeting, the two sides agreed after full discussion that an in-depth cooperation should be promoted and the scope of cooperation should be broadened.
After the meeting, four lectures on innovation and entrepreneurship were to be given by members of the delegation on SWUN Airport Campus from April 12 to April 14.
Jointly founded in 1948 by France and Germany in the City of Humboldt, Sarrland University is a renowned comprehensive university oriented in scientific research and academic study. Though comparatively a young university, it has grown rapidly since it was founded, and several of its majors, including Computer Science, Computer Language, Material Science, Medical Science, have developed and shaped its unique features and strengths in the education and research fields in Germany. It has now over 15000 enrolled students on campus.