CWU Finance Department Visit Peers in SW China

 September 24, 2015

The vice-president of China Women's University (CWU), Song Shengju, accompanied by teachers from the finance department, visited colleges in southwest China recently. 

The aim of the official trip was to improve financial management and services, and promote the progress of research into financial management issues that has been conducted by affairs management bureau,affiliated to the Central Committee of the CPC.

Ding Keyi, vice-president of Southwest University for Nationalities; Zhang Fubang, vice-president of Southwestern University of Finance and Economics; and leaders from Chongqing University received the teachers and took part in the discussion.
The counterparts introduced their development history and general situation, and further talked about their experiences and challenges on accounts, fees, budgets, computing and comprehensive management. They also exchanged opinions on the necessity, object, and calculation methods of their cost management problems.
During the research session, CWU teachers also carried out a survey on "cost management on campus", to provide data for the research. 

The visit further promoted friendship between CWU and the other institutions. At the same time, it broadened the horizons of the financial personnel. They learned from advanced financial management experience, got valuable primary data on financial management study, and determined the development direction of financial management service levels, said Song. 

Sun Chunlei, Li Lianghua, Ran Maosheng and Mao Qi, the financial directors of the participating institutions, also participated in the research.

(China Women's University/Translated and edited by Women of China)


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