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Sault, Chinese universities sign education decree

Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Qujing Normal University of China to provide for cross-cultural learning.
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Delegates from China pose with representatives from Algoma University during their visit.

Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Qujing Normal University of China to provide for cross-cultural learning.

The partnership will allow for future short-term and long-term student and faculty exchanges, joint programming, collaborative research opportunities, and enriched campus learning environments.

“I am pleased with the positive results of the Qujing Normal University visit,” said President and Vice-Chancellor of Algoma University, Dr. Craig Chamberlin. “Algoma University continues to solidify relationships with post-secondary institutions around the globe, which in turn will provide our students with a unique learning experience, whether on our own campus or in another country.”

This is Qujing Normal University’s first partnership with a Canadian post-secondary institution. It was also the first time abroad for several of the delegates from China, which travelled to Canada specifically to sign the MOU with Algoma.




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