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The vice-president of Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III Visited Our School

  Published:02/10/2007 

On Jan 30th, Vice-president Yongsheng Li met with professor Ahmed Charaï, vice- president of Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III and his retinue---a deputy of 5 people altogether. The two sides exchanged the general situations of the two universities and put an emphasis on the advantaged disciplines and majors. Both sides agreed that there were possibilities of cooperation in such fields as law, environment, optics, physics and so on. Both sides hope this cooperation possibilities can be included in the general agreement of the two Universities and can be put into practice under the frame of Sino-France Doctor College.

The attendants of the meeting include Qi Zhou, dean of Environmental College and Professor Pinjing He; Associate Professor Xiaoying Han of Law & Administion College; Vice-dean Wenjie Zhang of Sino-France Engineering College; and so on. During the meeting, each of the attendants introduced their college and cooperation projects with France.

After the meeting, Environment College, physics department, law department and Sino-France College exchanged their ideas with the deputy of Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III on environment, law, physics and teaching French. They also discussed the cooperation potential in these fields and operation models. The deputy of Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III visited Sino-France Center.

Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III was founded in 1973. Its law department goes back to 1409. It is one of the most famous universities. It carries the law department of Marseilles University and developed into a comprehensive University with law, economics and natural science as its main major. It is famous for its law department and economics management. There are many famous professors. Now there are more than 23000 students (including 3000 students from 116 countries), more than 1200 teachers and researchers and more than 100 other staff.