CHINT sponsored the Chinese-African Higher Education Forum organized by the American University in Cairo on April 2-3. It aims to enhance the strategic cooperation between China and Africa based on the Belt and Road Initiative and explore the development of higher education in digital era.
The forum gathered leaders from more than 20 universities with representatives from China, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania and other African countries. Mr. Han Bing, Minister Counsel of the Chinese Embassy in Egypt attended the forum. He also expressed appreciation for the rapid development of CHINT in Egypt and provided valuable suggestions for the further localization of China’s enterprises.
Education cooperation is an important part in the development of China-Africa cooperative partnership and bilateral relations. Not only the active figure in global business sector, CHINT has also incubated ETC, an electricity training colleague based on business development and talent cultivation through cooperation with traditional universities, Lyon Business School. In the future, CHINT will explore more cooperation possibilities in research center, internship programs, technology applications and other aspects of school-enterprise cooperation.
As the saying goes, "It takes 10 years to grow a tree but a hundred years to nurture people". Following the Belt and Road Initiative, CHINT has always being committed to building the future on a scientific basis, cultivating talents for the power industry and undertaking its own responsibility for educational cooperation.