On June 7th ,theVice-President, Professor Kato Ryoji,theSecretary of University Affairs, Ono Hineo, and theVice-Chairman of International Communication Promotion Committee, Nakahara Yukiko of Junshin Gakuen University(じゅんしんがくえんだいがく ) in Japan visited Xi’an Medical University.
Vice-President of XMU, Professor Li Xueping met with the foreign guests in the first conference roomof AdministrationBuilding. Dean of Nursing School, Zhang Yongai, Deputy-Director of Medical Technology Department, Sun Jing, Director of International Cooperation and Communication Office, Guo Ting and Director of Xi'an Municipal Science and Technology Bureau, Tang Congrong attended the meeting.
Li Xueping , the Vice- P resident of XMU, present s souvenir to Kato Ryoji , the Vice- P resident of Junshin Gakuen University ,
Vice-President Li Xueping expressedher warmwelcome to the guests, and briefly introducedthe history of XMU andits currentsituation of education. Sheespeciallyintroduced thecompetitive disciplines and keymajors on provincial level. VicePresident Li Xueping said thatthere were manyresemblancesbetween two universities, such as the history, subjectsettings,andthe competitive majors, whichhave laid a solid foundation for cooperation. She believed thetwo universities could have a chance to communicate and cooperate in areas ofNursingScience, Medical Imaging andMedical Laboratory Science.
Professor Kato Ryoji appreciated XMU’shospitality,and introducedJunshin Gakuen University. Hepointedthat therewereobvious resemblances infields of Nursing Science, Medical Imagingand Medical Laboratory Science between two universities.He expected feasible cooperation could be carried outinaboveareas.
Discuss cooperation intentions
Dean Zhang Yongai andDeputy-Director Sun Jing successively introduced the related conditions ofNursing School andMedical Technology Department.
After the talk,both sidesagreed to establishsister school relationshipand carry out inter-university exchange and visitamongteachers and students in themajors of nursing,medicaltesting, etc.