Signing Ceremony between Union of French National Institute of Chemical Engineers and Chinese Key High Schools was Held in Songjaing
Signing Ceremony between Union of French National Institute of Chemical Engineers and Chinese key high schools was held in Songjaing on April 11. Guests attending the meeting were Fabien Chareix, education consul of the consulate general of France in Shanghai, vice chairman of French Gay-Lussac National Institute of Chemical Engineers, Professor Jacques MERCADIER, director of French National Institute of Advanced Industrial Technology, Professor Pierre Briend, head of international programs of French Rennes National Institute of Chemistry, Professor Daniel Plusquellec, former president of Union of French National Institute of Chemical Engineers and principals from some Chinese key high schools, such as Guangzhou No.1 High School, Zhejiang Tonglu High School, Jiangsu Nantong No. 1 High School.
Xiao Ming, principal of Foreign Language High School Affiliated to Shanghai Normal University, hosted the signing ceremony. Principal Xiao expressed sincere welcome to the guests and introduced features of foreign languages of the school as well as his education idea of international understanding.
Professor Jacques MERCADIER and Professor Pierre Briend gave a speech respectively about the Union and its programs. Professor Jacques MERCADIER said that the Union aimed to offer students international education to adapt to the world pattern. So he hoped to see more excellent Chinese students to visit France and offered them high-class and professional educational resources. Principals from China enjoyed friendly talks with French delegates and wished that the cooperation of the two sides would be cordial and fruitful.
The signing of the project has won support from the consulate general of France in Shanghai. The education consul, Fabien Chareix, addressed that hopefully the project would help more Chinese schools know French education and promote cooperation and development of education between China and France.