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Daffodil International University (DIU) signed 20 bilateral Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) and 01 Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with top graded world renowned Universities including USA, Taiwan, Indonesia, Chile, Cambodia, Russia, Korea & Japan at 14th Asian University Presidents Forum (AUPF) 2015 held from November 05-08, 2015. With the theme “Asian Higher Education Connectivity: Vision, Process and Approach”, this year’s AUPF is hosted by the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GDUFS), Guangzhou, China.
These separate bilateral agreements aim and form of co-operation on: Exchange students, Exchange Faculty Members, Exchange in Research, Twinning Programmes and Centers of Excellence. Through these MOU, DIU students will get the opportunity to enjoy lot of international collaboration such as branch campuses, cross-border collaborative arrangements, programs for international students, establishing English-medium programs and degrees.
Mr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Daffodil International University signed the MOU on behalf of DIU. He was also among the keynote speakers and presented his speech on “Asian Higher Education Connectivity: Vision, Process and Approach”.
A two members’ delegation comprising Mr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees and Mr. Ahemed Shamim Ansary, Special Assistant to Chairman & Assistant Director, DIU participated at 14th Asian University Presidents Forum (AUPF) 2015.
200 plus delegates from 80 plus top universities from 30 countries from around joined this great gathering and GDUFS created a delightful environment for university presidents and leaders of various institutions and organizations to interact and exchange collaborations. This year’s AUPF coincides with the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of the University.
To cope with the global academic environment Daffodil International University is continuously adopting and upgrading its policies and practices by joining hands with different international organizations.