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Signing of MoU Between CSU and Nepalese Ministry of Health and Population

From CSU News Center

Updated: 2017-06-08 08:39:49.0

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On the afternoon of June 6, Zhou Kechao, representative and Vice President of CSU led a delegation to the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing to sign a memorandum of understanding with Nepalese Ministry of Health and Population. This is a move to practice the consensus reached by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Nepalese Prime Minister Prachanda in March, 2017, which is designated to co-build the Belt and Road Initiative, enrich the content of cultural communication and further the exchange in culture and youths. Bauder, Nepalese Ambassador to China attended the ceremony and signed the MoU as the authorized representative.


The aim of the memorandum was to promote mutual beneficial academic exchange and communication to expand cooperation, deepen friendship and enhance the bilateral exchange in education. It is stipulated that Nepalese Ministry of Health and Population recommend Embassy of the PRC in Nepal excellent practitioners for candidates for scholarship for developing country-based master’s program of advanced nursing and medical technology. The two parties will also cooperate to apply for the Silk Road Chinese Government Scholarship in clinical medicine to provide bachelors, masters and doctors for Nepal.

After the ceremony, the two parties exchanged views on the content of the MoU, discussing issues concerning training mode, clinical practice and residency training of undergraduates majoring in clinical medicine. Mr Bauder put it that,he expected CSU to provide more talents in areas related to the Sino-Nepalese railway construction for Nepal so as to contribute to the “Belt and Road” Initiative substantially.


It is learned that the Silk Road Chinese Government Scholarship was intended to implement initiatives proposed in Vision and Actions on Jointly Building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road as well as to satisfy requirements of the Educational Actions to Promote the Co-building of the Belt and Road to advance the “the Silk Road” Program for Outbound Study. In this way, we would manage to customize leading experts and extraordinary talents for countries alongside the route. Since 2017, China will expand the current scholarship program to permit at least 3000 grants annually for freshmen from these countries