Hamar Imre, vice-rector of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) and director of the Confucius Institute at the university, led a team to visit Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) on May 10.
The team was received by Jia Wenjian, deputy secretary of the CPC BFSU committee and vice-president of the university.
Hamar Imre (L), vice-rector of ELTE and director of the Confucius Institute at the university, meets with Jia Wenjian (R), deputy secretary of the CPC BFSU committee and vice-president of the university. [Photo/bfsu.edu.cn]
Jia warmly welcomed the team and noted that BFSU and ELTE have solid foundations for cooperation. He thanked Imre for promoting inter-school exchanges between the two universities and for paying attention to BFSU’s Hungarian language majors and teachers at the ELTE Confucius Institute during their time in Hungary.
Jia also expressed his hope of further implementing cooperative achievements in joint training projects, student exchange programs and academic research on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Department of Chinese Studies at ELTE.
Imre said that he was delighted to visit BFSU again and is full of expectations for deepening cooperation between the two universities.
He gave suggestions on the internships of international Chinese education volunteers at BFSU, and encouraged BFSU and ELTE to broaden collaboration in more fields.
Officials from BFSU and ELTE pose for a group photo. [Photo/bfsu.edu.cn]
The team also visited the School of Chinese Language and Literature at BFSU and discussed disciplinary construction, talent training and overseas study programs at the Department of Chinese Studies at ELTE.