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AEMG Group held annual program management and planning meeting with Youth College of Politic Science of Inner Mongolia Normal University

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AEMG Group held annual program management and planning meeting with Youth College of Politic Science of Inner Mongolia Normal University

On the morning of July 16, the Annual Program Management and Planning Meeting of AEMG Group and Youth College of Political Science of Inner Mongolia Normal University was successfully held through an online conference platform. Prof. Qingguo Meng, the president of Youth College of Political Science of Inner Mongolia Normal University, President Mr. Roger Li and Director General Ms. Jenny Wang of AEMG Group and the main relevant personnel of both parties attended the meeting.

In his speech, Prof. Qingguo Meng affirmed the long-standing cooperation between the two parties and expressed the expectation on continually working together in the light of domestic and international conditions. He continued to state that it is essential to maintain smooth communication in the normalisation of the current epidemic situation and consolidate  partnerships with a rigorous and serious attitude to flourish collaboration in order to utilize the value of Sino-foreign cooperative education programs in the aspects including introducing international advanced education concepts, quality courses, talent training and so on.

Roger Li suggested that both parties should also consider the future to expand cooperation areas while at the same time sorting out and regulating existing collaborative programs. He contoninued to state that the role of Sino-foreign cooperation in employment of students and professional development needs to be more emphasized, and a comprehensive understanding of the discipline and study motivations of teachers and students needs to be further stimulated. Concluding the meeting, Jenny Wang proposed potential cooperation chances, providing practical direction for the two parties to open a new mode of cooperation.

Through this meeting, both parties reviewed their cooperation history and exchanged views on program management and cooperation prospects under the new environment, strengthening the communication and mutual trust between the two parties and laid a solid foundation for win-win result under the same goal.