The Roadshow of the Universities, Italian Academy of Art and Conservatories was held in Guangzhou on October 26.
“The number of person-person exchanges between Guangdong and Italy is growing, especially in terms of education and tourism,” said Laura Egoli, Consul General of Italy in Guangzhou at the activity.
Guangdong and Italy have established productive cooperation in many areas, especially in education. Recent years have seen a stable growth of the number of Italians coming to work or study in Guangdong. And meanwhile, a great number of students have successfully applied to study in Italy through programs signed between China and Italy.
“Many of my Italian classmates, especially young people, want to travel to Guangdong,” said a Guangdong student who just ended her study in Italy and returned to China.