Author：International Office Date：2015-11-06
The 2015 MIEX Program Management Committee Meeting was held at East China University of Science and Technology in late October 2015. The representatives of the 7 MIEX member universities, including ICN Business School (France), University of Bologna (Italy), East China University of Science and Technology (China), Lasalle University (Mexico), MGIMO University (Russia), Uppsala University (Sweden) and Universidade Federal Do Rio Grande Do Sul (Brazil), attended the meeting.
The MIEX representatives participated in a Chinese Hanfu Clothing Culture Activity on October 29th, when the foreign guests put on traditional Hanfu clothes together with some MIEX students and IMBA students of ECUST to experience the extensive and profound Chinese Hanfu culture and etiquette culture.
Prof. Wu Baijun, Vice-President of ECUST and Dean of ECUST School of Business, welcomed the foreign guests on October 29th. On behalf of ECUST, Wu expressed the great pleasure and honor to hold the MIEX Program Management Committee Meeting at ECUST this year. He said that the MIEX Program is a model of successful international cooperative program at ECUST, providing valuable ideas for the designing and development of other international cooperative programs of ECUST. He hoped that the MIEX Program would develop better and better with the joint efforts of the member universities.
Prof. Liu Changsheng, Vice-President of ECUST, met with the foreign guests on the morning of October 30th. Liu said that over the past three years, ECUST had made great achievements in educational innovation and scientific development, including its ranking amongst top 500 in the three most influential university ranking lists of the world, namely Academic Ranking of World Universities, Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings. Liu said that these achievements proved that the academic influence and international competitiveness had received more and more recognition from international institutions. He also emphasized that ECUST would provide more support for the development of the MIEX Program.
During the meeting, the representatives discussed on many issues, including academic recognition, students’ studies, revision of the training scheme, program management, alumni networking, etc.
Accompanied by ECUST teachers and alumni, the foreign guests also visited two Chinese companies on October 31st, when they were impressed by the advanced production process and environmental production concepts of the companies.
(For more information of the MIEX Program, please visit http://www.mastermiex.com .)