The Kaohsiung Medical University (KMU) of Taiwan visited the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) yesterday to sign the extended existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between both universities.
Speaking on behalf of SINU, the Pro Vice Chancellor Academic and Acting Vice Chancellor, Dr Jack Maebuta expressed SINU’s gratitude towards the MOU and said, “There has been many MOU’s signed and I hope much is gained from this one in particular.”
The purpose of the MOU is to develop academic and educational cooperation and to promote mutual understanding between the two universities and collaboration concerns all common fields.
This will include exchange of faculty, researchers and administrative staff, development of student exchange programs, exchange of information and materials in fields which are of interest to both universities, implementation of collaborative research projects, lectures and symposia and the exchange of academic information and materials.
The delegations visit was welcomed by traditional warriors, cultural performances and refreshments at the School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences and the signing was done by the President of KMU and Acting Vice Chancellor, Dr Jack Maebuta.