2020-08-10 15:54:10 来源：International Cooperation and Exchange Office 浏览数：0
Recently, Department of International Cooperation of Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China issued Notice of the Department of International Cooperation of Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China on Requesting the Implementation of Young Scientist Exchange Program between China and South Korea in 2020.( Ministry of Science and Technology Foreign Letter  No.12) Dr. Wu Wei, a teacher from the School of Food Science and Engineering of Qingdao Agricultural University(QAU), has successfully applied for an exchange program with Seoul National University.
“Young Scientist Exchange Program between China and South Korea” is a scientific and cultural exchange program implemented under the framework of the China-South Korea Intergovernmental Science and Technology Cooperation Joint Committee. It aims to provide opportunities and platforms for young scientists of both countries to improve their research capabilities, accumulate research experience and promote the development of scientific research level in both countries. The implementation period of the program is six months or one year. In recent years, the program has attracted the attention and praise of young scientists from both countries, which has strengthened the cooperative relations between China and South Korea and played an active role in the implementation of joint research projects and the construction of joint research centers between Chinese and South Korean governments.
In recent years, QAU attaches great importance to the international cooperation and exchange of teachers. In April this year, after the program application was launched, the International Cooperation and Exchange Office of QAU actively organized teachers to apply. After collecting and recommending projects throughout the whole school, Qingdao Science and Technology Bureau finally recommended outstanding projects to the Department of International Cooperation of MOST. And 10 items were approved by the Department of International Cooperation of MOST in this exchange program.