Deputy Dean of the School of Tourism and Trade of Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain and his party visited SMU
SMU News December 2nd On the afternoon of December 2nd , FRANK BERNARD BABINGER, deputy dean of the School of Tourism and Trade of Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, and Yang Liang, director of the China Project Department, visited SMU. Responsible comrades from the International Cooperation and Exchange Division and the Recruitment and Employment Division met with the guests.
At the meeting, Director Li Hong welcomed the visit of FRANK, Deputy Dean, and his party. Both sides introduced the basic situation of SMU and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. It is hoped that on the basis of establishing inter-school exchanges and cooperation, the two universities will further carry out exchange students, teacher and postgraduate programs, and establish a Spanish teaching center at Southwest Minzu University. After the meeting, Mr. FRANK visited the Tibetan and Yi Literature Museum and expressed his astonishment at the works in the Museum.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid is the oldest and largest university with the most complete departments in Spain. It was formally established in 1499. The university is located in the capital city of Madrid, with two campuses. There are 20 colleges, 6 technical colleges, and 184 departments offering 76 officially recognized degrees. It mainly covers knowledge in four fields including humanities, natural and precision sciences, health sciences, and social sciences. The university currently has 90,000 students enrolled and 9,000 employees. The school library is also the largest in Spain, with 2 million books and abundant resources. It is ranked 212 in the 2020 QS Global Rankings.