In a significant development, Tsinghua University from Beijing, China, has committed to enhancing cooperation with Malaysia, fostering exchanges between students, academics, and researchers, and exploring collaborative research opportunities. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim made this announcement following a courtesy meeting with the university’s president, Wang Xiqin, at the Ministry of Finance in Putrajaya.
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Anwar expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, revealing that Tsinghua University intends to organize a special program commemorating the 50th anniversary of Malaysia-China diplomatic relations next year. He highlighted the potential for expanding this partnership, citing Tsinghua University’s global reputation for academic research and its expertise in engineering, science, and technology.
The Prime Minister also shared that currently, there are 350 Malaysian students enrolled at Tsinghua University, marking the institution as the destination of choice for the highest number of foreign students. This promising academic alliance holds the potential to further strengthen ties between the two nations in the fields of education and research.