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UESTC Delegation Visits Cape Peninsula University of Technology

published: 2013-12-26 11:02:55       hits: 

In October, 31, party-secretary Wang Zhiqiang paid a visit to Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa with his delegation members, and attended 9th ICPA (International Conference of Public Administration) 2013. Accompanying personnel included Professor Zhu Xiaoning, dean of Political and Public Administration School, crew of this school and International Office.


President Anthony P. Staak extended warm welcome to the delegation. As the only scientific and technological institution of large-scale in the Cape Province, Cape Peninsula University of Technology had put great emphasis on the bilateral cooperation and exchanges between UESTC.

Wang Zhiqiang, on behalf of UESTC, expressed cordial gratitude to Cape Peninsula University of Technology for its devotion to the successful convention of ICPA 2013. He also made brief introduction on discipline construction, faculty training and students cultivation. Afterward, the two sides held in-depth discussion on teaching and research collaboration in the field of information technology, energy engineering and public administration. Finally, consensus was reached in the Cape-Students-Studying-in-UESTC programme.

Attendants also included vice president Azwitevhelwi P. Nevhutal, Professor Mzikayise Shakespeare Binza from School of Business.


Cape Peninsula University of Technology, initiated in Cape town in 1920, is one of the oldest public universities in South Africa. Merged by Cape Technical Institute and Peninsula Technical Institute, it becomes the home to over 32000 students. With over 70 disciplines in total, it is divided into 6 schools, including School of Business, Engineering, Applied Science, Education and Social Science, Healthy Science, Information and Design. This institute has long been providing professional education of world leading level in accordance with social needs, which has laid good foundation for students’ career and further study. Meanwhile, it encourages character education and service, offering teaching plans for students with inferior education background.