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Welcome the 2019 Spring with great hope of integration and development, which is a prerequisite year for development momentum for the whole term of 2018-2023. The external affairs activities of the university have gained many achievements in accordance with the domestic and international general context.


The conference was held in the morning of December 14, 2018 at the University of Transport and Communications with the co-organization of three units namely University of Transport and Communications, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation of Japan and Transport Engineering Design Inc.- TEDI. Attending the conference were 120 participants from agencies, enterprises, universities, research institutes related to railway transport field. The conference also received the attention of the Leader of Ministry of Transport.


In the morning of November 21st 2018, the delegation of Saxony State-Germany led by H.E Minister of Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport Martin Dulig and 24 members visited and worked at University of Transport and Communications (UTC).


In the morning of September 26th, 2018, the international seminar titled “Road Infrastructure Asset Management” was held successfully at the University of Transport and Communications (UTC).


The international training course on Urban Planning and Management took place on Sept. 26-27, 2018 at University of Transport and Communications (UTC).This is the cooperative program between University of Transport and Communications and Kyoto University, Japan since 2005 until now. Thirteen training courses were held, attracting the attendance of about 500 learners who are the staff of management agencies, corporations, research institutes and universities. The teaching language is English. Teachers of the training courses come from universities of Japan.



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