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Albanian Minister of Education and Science visits BFSU

By Wang Jinxue (People's Daily Online)

16:37, April 10, 2012

Mr. Myqerem Tafaj, Minister of Education and Science of Albania (People’s Daily Online/Wang Jinxue)

Beijing, April 10 (People’s Daily Online) Mr. Myqerem Tafaj, Albanian Minister of Education and Science visited Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) this morning and gave a speech themed “Language and Culture – A Bridge between Nations”.

Prof. Yang Xueyi, Chairman of the University Council of BFSU warmly welcomed the delegation. He introduced that the Albanian major of BFSU was founded in 1961. As the only educational institute of Albanian in China, it is qualified to educate students for undergraduate and master degree.

BFSU Albania major has fostered 133 graduates since its foundation, including 129 undergraduates and 4 masters. Many of them are now working with Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Commerce. They have made positive contributions to the friendship between the two countries.

Tafaj said in his speech that Albania seeks to develop high-quality higher education. In Albania, the English language will become the compulsory courses of master and doctor degree, and the Chinese language will be selective courses for higher education. He said that it has become a good fortune for students in Albania to learn and master the Chinese language, which plays an important role in finding a job as there are more and more Chinese companies operating in Albania.

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