The Cooperation Agreement on Entrepreneurship Training for International Students

 

On September 8, 2015, the signing ceremony of cooperation agreement on Entrepreneurship Training for International Students from South Korea between University of International Businesses and Economics (UIBE) and Korea-China Science & Technology Cooperation Center  was ceremoniously held at the meeting room 206 of School of International Education. Han Weichun, dean of the School of International Education, Liu Jinlan, secretary of branch directly under the CPC, Li Yong, director of the Student Affairs Department, Yin Daxiang, director of Korea-China Science & Technology Cooperation Center, Jin Da ying , representative of the Korea institute for medical research in Beijing, Li Qingyu, director of The National Research Foundation of Korea, Yu Jiaohao, director of Korean Standards Association office in Beijing, Cui Xun, the present consultant of Samsung/former representative of The Korea Chamber of Commerce’s office in Beijing and the CEO of Aizhonglin ltd.com (a company of South Korea) attended the signing ceremony.

Han Wei Chun, dean of School of International Education, extended a warm welcome to the Korean personnel present in signing ceremony. And he noted that entrepreneurship and innovation are the mainstream in the world’s development, and therefore the Chinese government has put forward the slogan of “Massive Entrepreneurship and Innovation”. And the School of International Education in UIBE attaches great importance to the entrepreneurship and innovation education for the international students and has made full preparations in the initial period hoping to promote the cooperation program through the joint cooperation with Korea-China Science & Technology Cooperation Center. The President of South Korea Park Geun Hye’s made a visit to China at the 70th anniversary of the world's anti-fascism war and attended the military parade and along with her visit is many cooperation programs between South Korea and China and therefore the ceremony was of some special significance. the director of Korea-China Science & Technology Cooperation Center Yin Da xiang maintained that a good beginning is half the successful ending and he believed that the cooperation between UIBE and Korea-China Science & Technology Cooperation Center was bound to deepen mutual studies and training cooperation on entrepreneurship for international students from South Korea and promote the development of entrepreneurship and innovation of Korea international students. Afterwards, the two sides signed the cooperation agreement and took pictures.

Korea-China Science & Technology Cooperation Center is the operation center of the Korea Future Creation and Science Ministry in Beijing. The cooperation training courses on entrepreneurship and innovation for the international students from South Korea will begin in October, 2015. This cooperation is part of the program for international employment and entrepreneurship initiated by UIBE. It’s a comprehensive training program designed for the international students by making full use of the integrated resources of School of International Education of UIBE to conduct entrepreneurship, employment and skills training, entrepreneurship and employment lectures, internship practices, simulation business laboratories, business incubation and other auxiliary methods. It’s committed to improving the international students’ career skills, employment skills and entrepreneurship skills through pre-service skills training, entrepreneurship skills training, entrepreneurship and employment guidance and internships. Once again, the cooperation has shown that entrepreneurship and innovation education for international students of UIBE has been walking in the forefront of other colleges and universities nationwide.

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