Taiwan-Russia Academic Exchanges Advancing
KSU President Dr. Yan-kuin Su received an invitation and grant from the Republic of China NSC (National Science Council) and thus during the period of June 1st to June 8th went to Moscow and Rostov-on-Don, Russia to participate in a Russia-Taiwan technology seminar, deliver a speech, sign an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) and sister school agreements with both Southern Federal University and Rostov State Transport University. KSU is the first university from Taiwan to sign an MOU and a sister school agreement with Rostov State Transport University.
On June 4th KSU President Dr. Yan-kuin Su signed an MOU and sister school agreement with Southern Federal University which is rated the #4 university in Russia. KSU President Dr. Yan-kuin Su and Southern Federal University President Dr. Uznarodov did the signing and on hand to witness the event was NSC Engineering Office Head Ching-ting Li. The main emphasis of the agreement is that both sides agree to academic cooperation in order to raise the level of academic research, share resources, establish student exchange programs, faculty and staff exchange visits, lecture exchanges, and an overall international cooperation plan.
On June 5th KSU signed a sister school agreement with Rostov State Transport University. The focus of Rostov State Transport University is the education and training of transportation construction professionals. Most of the transportation construction professionals in the Russian government and the domestic transportation construction industry are graduates of Rostov State Transport University. Rostov State Transport University President Dr. Kolesnikov is a committee member in the Russian Academy of Sciences and an outstanding scientist in the Russian Federation. Dr. Kolesnikov said that he hopes to visit Kun Shan University this year in order to promote official academic exchanges, mutual understanding, and cooperation.
Data Source：Kun Shan University http://www.ksu.edu.tw/eng/