SCUT to boost cooperation with City of Turin
2018-04-25 readCount:454

SCUT and the Polytechnic University of Turin (Politecnico di Torino, PDT), Italy, will keep strengthening ties in scientific research and student training, as the municipal government of the City of Turin is willing to help deepen the productive partnership.
A delegation from Italy paid a visit to SCUT on April 19, and met with Qiu Xueqing, Vice President of SCUT, to discuss details of further cooperation. Among the delegates included Marco Giusta, Deputy Mayor of Turin, Laura Egoli, Italy’s Consul General in Guangzhou, and Michele Bonino, President's Envoy of PDT.
Qiu Xueqing said in the meeting that SCUT values PDT as an important partner, and he expected to see the two universities, based on the previous cooperation in running the South China-Turin Joint Laboratory, improving their partnership with mutual efforts in student training and scientific research.
The government of Turin, according to Marco Giusta, encourages development of ties between universities in Turin and SCUT, and is willing to boost the cooperation especially in smart city construction and creative design.
Laura Egoli said this meeting with SCUT is an important event on the calendar of the first Italy Science Day, and the Consulate General will support SCUT and PDT as it always does.
After enjoying the culture and art of Turin through a video, representatives of the two universities signed an agreement of enhancing cooperation, and agreed to work together on joint student programs for master’s degree.

Source from the International Office
Translated by Xu Peimu
Edited by Xu Peimu and Deng Langchu