On June 29, a delegation from University College Dublin (UCD) led by Vice President Dolores O'Riordan visited BJUT. Nie Zuoren, President of BJUT, met with the delegation. He was accompanied by Vice President Zhai Tianrui and heads of BJUT's International Office and Beijing-Dublin International College.
Nie Zuoren warmly welcomed the delegation and provided an overview of the recent developments at BJUT, as well as details of the enrollment and subsequent employment of students at the Beijing-Dublin International College. He also reviewed the visit of Eamon Ryan, the Minister for the Department of Environment, Climate and Communications, and the Department of Transport of Ireland, in March this year. Nie Zuoren noted that BJUT attaches great importance to its partnership with UCD. He also mentioned that the University will focus on the overall planning and continuous promotion of Beijing-Dublin International College's development into a model of Sino-foreign cooperative education and as an important window into the construction of Beijing as a center for international exchanges. He hoped that both sides will further expand cooperative education by adding new high-standard majors, and by continuing to deepen academic exchanges and cooperation in relevant fields.
Vice President O'Riordan expressed her gratitude for the warm reception at BJUT and provided an overview of the recent action plans of UCD in areas such as research innovation, sustainable development, and global affairs. She highly praised Beijing-Dublin International College for its fruitful achievements over the past eleven years, and expressed her agreement with BJUT's proposals to further deepen exchanges and cooperation.After the meeting, Zhai Tianrui and the delegation attended the Beijing-Dublin International College 2023 UCD Conferring Ceremony.
After the meeting, Zhai Tianrui and the delegation attended the Beijing-Dublin International College 2023 UCD Conferring Ceremony.