On September 27th, a cooperative MOU was entered into between Binzhou Medical Univeristy and Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman. The two universities have officially established a friendly cooperative relationship. Since the beginning of this year, the two universities have held many online conferences to discuss cooperation and exchanges in clinical medicine, traditional Chinese medicine and other majors, and reached cooperation intentions on joint training programs, introduction of courses, Sino-foreign cooperation in running schools, studying in China, and overseas research practice.
The two universities will adhere to the principle of win-win cooperation, effectively strengthen communication, continue to build cooperation and exchange platforms, and steadily promote the implementation of the proposed cooperation items. In the future, BMU will fully rely on the stable and friendly relations between China and Malaysia and the high-quality educational resources of UTAR, actively integrate into the country's joint construction of the "Belt and Road" education initiative as well as the overall development of China-ASEAN cooperation, and solidly promote the international education cooperation and exchanges with "Belt and Road" countries.
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Malaysia. It ranks 2nd among Malaysian universities and ranked 181st in the 2020 QS Asia University Rankings. The University has 2 campuses in Jinbao and Sungai Long, with 15 colleges, 52 academic institutions and 32 research centers.