On the afternoon of October 21th, Maria Holme Lidal, Adviser of the Norwegian China Law Centre, the Faculty of Law, Nedelina Naydenova, International Coordinator at the University of Bergen, and Kristin Svartveit, Research Coordinator at the University of Bergen visited KoGuan School of Law. Prof. Cheng Jinhua, Vice Dean of KoGuan School of Law, hosted the guests in the VIP room of Leo KoGuan Building.
Prof. Cheng Jinhua welcomed Maria Holme Lidal’s visit on behalf of KoGuan School of Law. He first introduced the Law School to the guests, providing them with a wonderful insight into the number of students, faculty, academic research, student exchange and international projects. This visit strongly celebrates the fact that KoGuan School of Law and the Law School of University of Bergen have been cooperating for many years, and it is hoped that both parties will further deepen the comprehensive cooperation.
Subsequently, both parties conducted a preliminary discussion on the possibility of future cooperation. Maria suggested that there are many students in the University of Bergen who wish to study in China and communicate with Chinese students. She hoped that both sides will cooperate on teaching and cultural exchange and set up some attractive activities to guide students to participate.
Attachment: Introduction of University of Bergen
University of Bergen: Founded in 1946, it is located in Bergen, Norway's second largest city. It is one of the most famous universities in Norway and the member of the World University Alliance. The University of Bergen has a total of 16,900 students, of whom approximately 1,880 are international students.