IMU plans to expand international horizons

By | 2014年2月28日 | 823 views

Tuition reform to charge students based on credit plans, president says.

The top educational institution in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region has a clear ambition: to not only revive its leading academic role in northwestern China, but to expand its international horizons.

“We expect that students here, no matter their ethnic group or where they are from, will have broad minds and great expectations for their future,” said Chen Guoqing, 49, president of the Inner Mongolia University in Hohhot, the autonomous region’s capital.