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BISU signs cooperation agreement with CACTA
Updated: April 8, 2024

Ji Jinbiao, deputy secretary of the CPC Beijing International Studies University (BISU) Committee and president of the university, led a delegation to the Central Academy of Culture and Tourism Administration (CACTA) on April 3.

The delegation visited CACTA's several exhibition centers at the campus.


The delegation visits the campus of CACTA.

The two sides signed a cooperation agreement, which focuses on the collaboration on building high-quality courses, establishing a mechanism for research cooperation, and jointly promoting internship and social practice for students.


A cooperation agreement is signed at the ceremony.

A meeting is also held to discuss the implementation of the cooperation agreement. 

Ji introduced BISU's history and uniqueness. He pointed out that the two sides are complementary with distinctive features in talent cultivation and scientific research, especially in the integration of culture and tourism.

He said he hoped for close cooperation between the two sides to serve international people-to-people exchanges and the spread of China's voices.


Ji expresses hope for collaboration between the two sides. 

Ma Feng, deputy secretary of the CPC CACTA Committee and president of the academy, briefed on the overall situation and the development of the academy.

Expressing gratitude for BISU's support in recent years in the development of training courses and the exchange of training faculties, he said he hoped that the two sides can continuously boost cooperation, based on the strategic framework agreement.

He also proposed reaching consensus on annual cooperative projects.


Ma shows expectations for the implementation of the agreement.

The two sides also engaged in in-depth discussions on faculty sharing, curriculum development, academic exchanges, talent cultivation and international exchanges.

CACTA is a cadre training institution directly under the MCT. It trains cultural and tourism cadres at all levels, providing intellectual support for national cultural and tourism development.

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