In order to further promote the exchange and cooperation between our university and universities in Central and Eastern Europe, recently our vice president Zhao Xiangmo and the vice president Hendrik Voll of Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia signed a comprehensive cooperation agreement on behalf of the two universities.
According to the agreement, in order to promote education and academic exchanges between the two universities, we are committed to carrying out high-level international cooperation. The two sides will carry out all-round cooperation on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, complementary advantages, mutual cooperation, and common development. Visits, joint student training, and cooperative scientific research and other comprehensive cooperation to achieve mutual benefit and win-win cooperation, and continue to promote the rapid development of the cause of both sides.
Estonian Tallinn University of Technology was founded in 1918. It is the largest university of science and technology in Estonia. It is also an important high-tech birthplace of Estonia. It has the largest high-tech park in the country. It has more than 1,800 faculty and staff and more than 10,000 full-time students. The QS World University's latest ranking is 601-650. According to the latest QS World University Discipline Ranking, the school's economics discipline ranks 371 in the world, the electrical and electronic engineering discipline ranks 375 in the world, and the engineering technology discipline ranks 475 in the world.