China-Malaysia International College ushers in new era of educational cooperation

Haikou University of Economics, in China, and Mila University, in Malaysia, have come together to establish China-Malaysia International College. A signing ceremony was held on Thursday in Haikou, South China’s Hainan province.

The two universities will deepen cooperation in exchange between teachers, personnel training and scientific research, and open up a new track for the sustainable development of international cooperation in higher education, according to Haikou University of Economics’ official website.

“The establishment of China-Malaysia International College displays Haikou University of Economics’ active implementation of facilitating the Hainan Free Trade Port’s education into the high-quality development of the Belt and Road initiative and training of high-quality talents for the Belt and Road countries,” it said.

The five-year development planning seminar of Mila University was convened after the ceremony. The Ministry of Higher Education of Malaysia approved the renaming of Manipal Education Malaysia Sdn Bhd to Mila University on Oct 16.

Cao Chengjie, board chairman of Haikou University of Economics and Mila University, redefined the educational positioning of Mila University and shared thoughts on its development over the next five years.

Find out more : China Daily

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