SIP is enhancing efforts to expand cooperation with schools in ensuring talent supply for SIP-based businesses and other employers.
A number of SIP officials including SIP Administrative Committee deputy director Lin Xiaoming attended a symposium with the representatives from China Pharmaceutical University on Aug 24 to discuss strategies for further cooperation in cultivation and supply of biomedical professionals.
It is learnt that the two parties have been in partnership for a long time in talent programs. The school has provided over 500 high-level biomedical professionals to SIP over the past years, and signed an agreement with related SIP authorities in July to establish a scholarship fund and internship base for cultivation of talents needed in SIP.
Another symposium of similar kind took place on Aug 27 when the participants from SIP and ZJU-UoE Institute, a joint establishment by Zhejiang University and University of Edinburgh, discussed details about future cooperation. The two parties also signed an agreement to set up a social practice base in the school.