University of Tokyo Student Delegation Visits Fudan J-school


On March 11th, a student delegation from the University of Tokyo visited Fudan J-school. They had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the Fudan experience, starting with touring the J-school campus and Media Lab, engaging in discussions with students and professors from the J-school, tasting Fudan cuisine at the campus cafeteria, touring the university history museum and main campus. The student exchange visit marks a significant resumption after the disruptions caused by the pandemic. Notably, J-school students have visited the University of Tokyo on more than seven occasions. The enduring partnership between Fudan J-school and the University of Tokyo has strengthened over the years. 

Professor Li Shuanglong, the director of the Fudan – Waseda dual-degree program, provided an overview of teaching, research, and international exchange activities at J-school to the visiting delegation. He encouraged the visitors to continue fostering mutual understanding by frequent visits to China, and engaging with Chinese youth, thereby contributing to the deepening of Sino-Japanese friendship among young people. The Q & A session saw active participation from the visitors.

Following the welcome presentation, the visitors shared a meal with Fudan J-school teachers and students at the Danyuan Canteen. Contact information was exchanged, and plans were made to reconnect in the near future.

During their visit, the students from the University of Tokyo expressed appreciation for the rich history, vibrant campus culture, and excellent teaching & learning, and research facilities at Fudan. Professor Li Xiaoru from the School of Social Development and Public Policy also participated in the event.