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Nalaka, Vice-President of Colombo College of Marine Engineering in Sri Lanka Visited Dalian Maritime University


On December 20, Nalaka, the Vice President of Colombo College of Marine Engineering in Sri Lanka visited DMU. DMU Vice President Zhao Youtao received the guests.



On behalf of DMU, Zhao Youtao extended a warm welcome to the guests. By briefly reviewing the history of the cooperation between the two sides, he expressed that DMU has maintained a 12-year friendly and cooperative relationship with the Colombo College of Marine Engineering and all cooperative projects are in good operation. DMU hopes to deepen cooperation with Colombo College of Marine Engineering, further expand the cooperative fields and include more majors into cooperation.



Nalaka expressed gratitude to Dalian Maritime University for its warm hospitality. He said that the Colombo College of Marine Engineering was particularly grateful for the cooperation with Dalian Maritime University since 2006, and emphasized that Colombo College of Marine Engineering attached great importance to the cooperation with DMU as well as the influence of the cooperative projects between two partners is also expanding in Sri Lanka. The visit was mainly to discuss the renewal of the cooperation agreement between the two parties and to discuss the contents of the future cooperation between the two.




The two sides exchanged in-depth opinions on the MBA curriculum provision and tutorial system.

Director of International Cooperation and Exchange Office Fu Xianping, Dean of Transportation Engineering College Jin Zhihong, Dean of Shipping Economics and Management College, Dean of Professional Degree Education College Li Zhenfu and Deputy Director of the International Students Education Center Peng Xuefei attended the meeting.

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