On September 29, the School of Economics and Frankfurt University of Finance and Management held a video conference on ICEP's international competitiveness improvement project summary seminar. Dr. He Jia, Director of the China Project Department of Frankfurt University of Finance and Management, Project Coordinator Ms. Luo Lan, Deputy Dean of the School, Professor Wu Ping, Director of the Department of International Trade and Economics, Professor Shen Qianling, Director of the Administration Office, Ms. Tian Ye, Secretary of Foreign Affairs, and two project students participated in this meeting. This year the project was implemented in three universities, China Agricultural University, Hohai University and Sichuan Agricultural University, attracting more than 50 students to participate, seven of them were from our school.
The seminar was divided into three links: the organizing party to carry out project summary, students harvest sharing, the future outlook. First of all, Dr. He Jia briefly introduced the participants' participation in the ICEP International Ability Enhancement Project, course development and project evaluation. Through the questionnaire feedback collected from the students after the project, the overall evaluation of the students was excellent. At the same time, in response to the feedback from the students in the evaluation, the organizer gave a corresponding improvement plan.
Through the display of the project summary video and the result set, the participants shared their experience of participating in the project, saying that the ICEP project not only broadened their horizons, but also improved their English skills, teamwork and learning abilities, etc., which was very rewarding.
Finally, the two parties had an in-depth discussion on the next step and the direction of cooperation. Deputy Dean Wu Ping said that due to the impact of the new coronavirus outbreak, the ICEP project was changed to online courses, but the effect was far beyond expectations. There is a lot of anticipation for the future of online and offline combined operation models. In the future, the two parties would deepen cooperation and continue to explore and practice students' international ability.
It’s reported that in order to broaden students’ international vision, improve students’ foreign language proficiency, communication and cross-cultural communication skills, and cultivate high-quality talents with strong international competitiveness, the School of Economics and Frankfurt University of Finance and Management have cooperated to develop ICEP (International Competence Enhancement Program). International competitiveness improvement project. This project lasts for two weeks and aims to provide students with platforms and opportunities for exchange and study abroad, through the mutual combination of academic and practical activities, such as course learning, professional internships, scientific research training, social research, and cultural exchanges to help students expand their global perspectives, enhance professional knowledge, enhance cross-cultural communication skills, and cultivate outstanding leadership.
Introduction to Frankfurt University of Finance and Management:
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management) is located in Frankfurt, Germany, the center of European finance and commerce. It was founded in 1957, which is a business school approved by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the American Association of International Business Schools (AACSB). And the British Association of Masters of Business Administration (AMBA) triple internationally accredited European top foundation elite financial university, and is committed to becoming the top 3 business school in Europe by 2020. Its more than 60 years of experience in the fields of banking, finance and management consulting, as well as the authoritative certification of a number of internationally renowned institutions, have given it an international reputation. It is currently the number one business school in Germany and a well-known university accredited by the foreign regulatory agency of the Ministry of Education of China.