Vice President Yuan Jun Meets with the President of Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart
Author：Wang Rong May 19,2017
On May 16th, Vice President of CUC, Yuan Jun, met with the President of Stuttgart Media University (Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart), Professor Alexander Roos and his colleagues. The two sides discussed initiating cooperation between their universities by creating student exchange programs and joint scientific research, among other things.
Vice President Yuan Jun welcomed the visit and pointed out that, as the institutions of higher education are famous for media education, they should adjust to the trend of the development of media technology as well as meet the needs of internationalized education. The two universities could jointly embark on programs like students’ summer schools and exchange programs which would boost their cooperation in disciplines like editing-publishing, big data, animation and game design and so on.
Professor Alexander Roos stated that Stuttgart Media University has focused on establishing cooperative relationships with excellent universities abroad, offering opportunities for teachers and students respectively to learn and practice. Furthermore, cooperative programs should be initiated between CUC and Stuttgart Media University as soon as possible to accomplish the integration and exchange of educational sources.
Prior to meeting Vice President Yuan Jun, Professor Alexander Roos and his colleagues had a site visit to the China Media Museum in CUC. The relevant leading officials of the Graduate School, the International Convention Center and the Faculty of Journalism and Communication also attended the meeting.
Stuttgart Media University is a state-run university in Germany. Since the year 2001, Stuttgart Media University has brought together to combine know-how of the former University of Printing and Media, and the University of Librarianship and Information. With 16 majors of Bachelor’s Degree, 6 majors of Master’s Degree, MBA Programs, and Doctoral Programs. Stuttgart Media University gives priority to printed media, electronic media, and media theory.
Source: Department of International Exchange and Cooperation
Edited by: Elizabeth Arnold, Cao Wanchen