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  • Tuesday, October 5, 2021

  • CUI

  • CCRD

I. Background

The ANSO-BIDI Institute Network partners with international organization such as Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO) and multiple universities and institutions. The chair partners with Politecnico di Milano in Italy, which will ensure the collaboration with European perspective. Furthermore, with University of Toronto, RiskLab as a partner, it will also be ensured that the internationalization of the chair will also include the American perspective. The chair also partners with The National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) in Thailand, University of Donja Gorica (UDG) in Montenegro, the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) in Pakistan, National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia (NASRA) in Armenia and Jahangirnagar University in Bangladesh. The collaboration with these institutions be strengthened and will continuously contribute to the proposed project.

Besides, 2020 Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO) Training on Sustainable Development and Leadership Enhancement has successful held in February 2021. This training project is promoted and supported by the Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO), relying on its institutional platform of multilateral cooperation and the Overseas Science and Education Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences, which makes the member of related organizations in the Belt and Road region have more opportunities to participate in the B&R Initiative so as to improve leadership and the capabilities of organizational management, risk management, resource integration and deployment. Trainees can benefit from it by effectively participating in the development cooperation of B&R, seizing new opportunities to achieve sustainable development, and be able to contribute to the growth of global economic integration. With its strong faculty and comprehensive curriculum, this project attracted nearly a hundred trainees from 15 countries around the world to participate in the training. Based on the above and as a start to build our mutual collaboration this year, we plan to announce the opening ceremony of the B&R International Innovation Development Institute Network (ANSO-BIDI Institute Network) and will simultaneously carry out the ANSO-BIDI School launching ceremony.

II. Purpose

Through the exchanges and interactions among the trainees of BIDI School, the interconnection of science and technology innovation in leading countries is expected to be promoted. Besides, it is designed to increase consensus on sustainable development within the B&R area, and to increase mutual understanding as well as form a long-term training and exchange mechanism. And by sharing advanced concepts of sustainable development and leadership capacity and the international diversified exchanges and interactions during the training, the project hopes to promote the in-depth development of scientific and technological cooperation and increase the influence of the Belt and Road Initiative.

III. Training Form

The training project consists of about 10 modules which lasts for 3 months, every one or two modules will be conducted in every two weeks. Please refer to the table in the training schedule for the specific teaching schedule.

The above content is the initial version, and we will make reasonable adjustment according to the organization and country that enroll in the training. If there is any adjustment, we will inform trainees at the first time.

IV. Trainees of BIDI School

The trainees come from the following organizations/institutions (Currently in the enrollment stage, students include but are more than that. The following rankings are in no particular order)

  1. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS)
  2. National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand
  3. The commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS), Pakistan
  4. The Thailand Research Fund (TRF)
  5. Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST)

  • Monday, September 27, 2021

  • CUI

  • International Office

A pre-departure briefing session was organized on 22nd September 2021 by the International Office to guide the newly selected exchange students of Architecture Department who shall be proceeding to Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey in Fall 2021.  For this purpose, Ms. Ariba Shabbir, a former alumnus of the program was invited to share her experiences and  knowledge and further guide and answer questions of the students about Turkey’s life, culture,  educational environment at METU etc..

During the session, Ms. Areeba briefly shared her experience and undersored that when she got opportunity for semester exchange at METU she decided to attend METU for several reasons. One of these was that  METU was among the best University of Architecture in the Turkey. Further she saw the gain of being able to study with students coming from different cultures and backgrounds.  On top METU offers a support system designed to help one have an ultimate study abroad experience as the Turkish education style emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach, research focus and greater independence. These will help every student’s journey by giving one the tools to succeed.

During the Q/A session students asked about Turkey.  It was informed that Turkey presents  a lifetime experience.  One has to learn to live on his/her own, make decisions on one’s own, and face situations that one has to deal independently.  All this makes one grow up and become mature.  Studies are flexible with more choice to choose subjects of one liking even if different from core specialization fields.  Turkish are very friendly and helpful so all challenges can be tackled.  Learning basic Turkish is a must.

The students were happy to hear all this and felt more motivated and energized for their academic journey ahead.  The session ended on a note of thanks for both the selected students who attended, namely Ms. Shayzal Ahmed and Wajeeha Fatima and the former alumni Ms. Ariba Shabbir. 



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  • CUI

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  • Business

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