Chinese Ambassador's Scholarship Awards Ceremony Held at UTech

On January 30, Chinese Ambassador’s Scholarship Awards Ceremony was held at the University of Technology Jamaica (UTech).


Ambassador NIU Qingbao presenting scholarship


Group photo of Ambassador NIU Qingbao, President of UTech, and scholarship recipients

Professor Stephen Vasciannie, President of UTech, expressed on behalf of UTech his gratitude to the Chinese Embassy for its generous support in the last four consecutive years. He commended the cooperation between UTech and the Chinese Embassy as a perfect elaboration of the Friendly Partnership for Common Development between Jamaica and China and expected intensified exchanges in education.


Professor Vasciannie, President of UTech, paying gratitude to Ambassador NIU Qingbao


Ambassador NIU Qingbao talking with management representatives of UTech

Ambassador NIU Qingbao congratulated the recipients, saying it’s the pleasure of the Embassy to provide some financial support to students who have excellent academic performance but economically challenged to finish their study. Twenty-one students have so far benefited from this scholarship. Ambassador NIU shared major achievements and future prospects in China-Jamaica practical cooperation and people-to-people exchanges, encouraging young students to seize the new opportunities to study harder and make greater contribution to China-Jamaica friendship and partnership by taking advantage of their knowledge of science and technology. Ambassador NIU introduced China’s foreign policy on fostering a new type of international relations and building a community with a shared future for mankind, and briefed information on the Communist Party of China (CPC) in Dialogue with World Political Parties High-Level Meeting and the Second Ministerial Meeting of the China-CELAC Forum.


Scene of Awarding Ceremony


Recipient replying

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