1st Educational Cooperation Dialogue between China and the Pacific Alliance Held in Beijing | News | ANDEAN


The first cooperation dialogue between China and the Pacific Alliance was successfully held in the city of Beijing on Nov. 12, the Peruvian Foreign Ministry reported.

This event was organized by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, with the support of the embassies of the member countries of the Pacific Alliance accredited in the Asian country and the sponsorship of the Chinese Association of Education for international trade (CEAIE).

The aforementioned event aimed to showcase the cooperation experiences of Chinese universities and Pacific Alliance countries to explore new horizons of cooperation in the field of education in China – as a State observer, a role she assumed in 2013.

For his part, the representative of the Chinese Ministry of Education stressed that one of the objectives of his country, in its possible cooperation with the Palestinian Authority, would be to gradually expand student exchanges through a program of scholarships and the creation of the program called “Young Leaders”.

The Charge d’Affaires of the Peruvian Embassy in China mentioned that it would be important to expand the potential of the already existing student and university mobility platform, whose achievements are reflected in the regional positioning of the four countries of the ‘AP as student and university destinations. for quality, as well as important advances in the process of internationalization of higher education through cultural dialogue and the exchange of experiences.

This important event also saw the participation of renowned exhibitors representing two of Peru’s most prestigious universities: Dr. Adriana Scaletti-Cardenas, Academic Director of Institutional Relations at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru; and Dr. Jose Carlos Feliciano, deputy director of the Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies at the Universidad del Pacifico.

Pacific Alliance

The Pacific Alliance is a regional integration mechanism made up of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, through which it seeks to progress gradually towards the free movement of goods, services, capital and people.

This is part of a strategy to become a projection platform to the world, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region.


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