On Tuesday, July 23, a delegation from Peking University led by Mr. Qiu Shuiping, Chair of the University Council, visited the Mita Campus.
On the day, the delegation engaged in discussions with Keio President Akira Haseyama; Provost Tojiro Aoyama; Vice-President Jiro Kokuryo; Professor Shinnosuke Obi, Dean of Global Engagement; Professor Tomoki Kamo of the Faculty of Policy Management; Professor Emeritus Ken Sekine; and others.
Peking University and Keio University have a long history of exchange, and in addition to concluding cooperation and student exchange agreements at the university level, maintain various interactions based on such agreements, including those at the School of Medicine and the Faculty of Economics.
The current visit was an opportunity to exchange views on potential collaboration toward further enhancement of ties between the two universities.
President Haseyama (left) and Mr. Qiu Shuiping, Chair of the University Council, Peking University (right; Chair of the University Council is equivalent to the top position among university executives)
Tour of the Mita Campus
Viewing Chinese books at the Institute of Oriental Classics (Shido Bunko)