On June 20, an 8-member delegation led by Raphael Onyeaghala, Dean of College of Business, Education, and Professional Studies, Southwest Minnesota State University, U.S. visited CIT.Leaders and relevant teachers from Department of International Exchange and Cooperation and School of Economics and Management met the delegation members.
In the morning meeting the two sides introduced their respective university-operation, strategic orientation, disciplines and majors, school characteristics, and international programs. During this period a Sister University and State of Student Exchange Agreement were signed.
In the afternoon, the delegation visited the School of Economics and Management where the two sides discussed existing international cooperation programs, credit recognition, teacher and student exchange, and postgraduate student programs.
The U.S. Southwest Minnesota State University was founded in 1963. It is a public university offering four-year programs, and is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. It offers high-quality bachelor and master’s education with business administration and education being its most popular majors.