University of Montreal Delegation visited BIT

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    Translator:? News Agency of BIT, Li Jiaying?

    Editor:? News Agency of BIT

  On the afternoon of June 13th, 2019, Guy Lefebvre, vice-president of International Affairs, University of Montreal, visited BIT and BIT deputy vice-chancellor Meihong, met with the guest.

  Mei Hong warmly welcomed Vice President Lefebvre and introduced him the basic situation of the school's historical development, school-running philosophy, dominant disciplines and international construction. He said that the University of Montreal is a well-known Canadian university and the two universities have conducted academic exchanges in the fields of computer science, materials science, informatics and so on, therefore, university-level cooperation and substantive cooperation projects should be developed on this basis.

  Lefebvre thanked BIT for its warm reception and introduced the basic situation of the University of Montreal in personnel training, scientific research and discipline construction. He said that the University of Montreal attaches great importance to the cooperation with BIT and hopes that in the future, the two universities will carry out cooperation programs on student exchanges and teachers'joint scientific research.

  Visitors also included Jiaojie, the director of China program at the University of Montreal. Relevant personnel from the International Exchange and Cooperation Office, Graduate School, Ministry of Education, Computer School and Law School of BIT participated in the meeting.

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365bet月回馈28元? ? ? ?Located in Montreal, Quebec, University of Montreal(Université de Montréal)is Canada’s top medical university. Founded in 1878, the school has a history of 140 years. With more than 56,000 students, it is the largest French teaching school in the world. It has one main campus and two affiliated colleges - Engineering and Business Colleges. The main campus has 13 colleges and more than 60 departments. It ranked 149th in 2019 QS World University rankings, 32th in Statistics and Operations Research, 77th in Life Science and Pharmacy, 51-100th in Computer Science and Information System, 101-150th in Law and Science of Law.