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SEU inks MoU with WIT, China

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The MoU signing ceremony between Southeast University, Bangladesh and Wuhan Institute of Technology, China at SEU Conference Room, Banani in the city on Wednesday.

Campus Report :
Southeast University (SEU), Bangladesh and Wuhan Institute of Technology (WIT), China signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Wednesday at SEU Conference Room, Banani in the city to enhance mutual academic exchange programs and to explore opportunities for mutual collaboration. Under the MoU, SEU students and faculty members will get opportunities to study and conduct research in WIT.
M Kamaluddin Chowdhury, Representative Member of BoT, SEUT, Prof Dr ANM Meshquat Uddin, Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr AFM Mafizul Islam, Adviser to BoT and Head of BoT Office, SEUT, Prof Dr Md. Abu Taher, Pro Vice Chancellor and Maj Gen Kazi Fakhruddin Ahmed (Retd), Registrar were present on behalf of Southeast University and Fang Wenhai, Vice President, Peng Shiyu, Dean, School of International Education, Wu Yuntao, Dean of the Graduate School, Feng Bing, Dean of the School of Management, Yang Jianbing, Associate Dean of the School of Foreign Languages and Ling Chen were present on behalf of Wuhan Institute of Technology, China. Among others, senior officials from both the universities graced the occasion with their presence.

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