Xiamen University Malaysia Signs MoU with China Enterprises Chamber of Commerce in Malaysia


On the morning of 9 May 2024, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was successfully signed between Xiamen University Malaysia (XMUM) and the China Enterprises Chamber of Commerce in Malaysia (CECCM), fostering cooperation in talent cultivation, scientific and technological innovation, industrial services, internships and training.

The ceremony was attended by Prof. Dr. Wang Ruifang, President of XMUM, Ni Qingjiu, President of CECCM, esteemed members of the CECCM council, representatives from the CECCM member units, as well as relevant leaders and department heads of XMUM.


Prof. Wang Ruifang gave a speech on behalf of Xiamen University Malaysia. As he stated, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and China, also known as the China-Malaysia Friendship Year. Like Chinese enterprises, XMUM shares a common mission of promoting friendly exchanges between the two countries, as well as serving the regional economic and social development. In recent years, with a growing number of Chinese enterprises venturing into Malaysia, the demand for high-quality talents is increasing.

Since its establishment, the campus has imposed great importance to education oriented towards the talent market and enterprise needs, committed to offering graduates with more and better internship and employment opportunities. We believe that the signing of this MoU will become a driving force for the campuss development, providing its graduates with more and better employment opportunities and career development prospects while providing robust intellectual and technological support for enterprises.

As introduced by Mr. Ni Qingjiu, CECCM comprises 332 member units, including large and medium-sized state-owned enterprises, private small and medium-sized enterprises and government representative offices. These members operate across diverse sectors such as finance, engineering, aviation, telecommunications and education. One of CECCMs key priorities is the recruitment of high-quality talent for Chinese-funded enterprises, establishing exchange platforms for students and Chinese-funded enterprises in collaboration with various universities.

I hope that CECCM can continue to serve as a platform for communication, promote traditional Chinese culture, enhance mutual understanding and friendship between the people of the two countries and strive to foster civilian diplomacy and promote friendship between China and Malaysia.

Established in 2002, CECCM aims to promote the healthy development of Chinese enterprises in Malaysia and safeguard their legitimate interests. CECCM maintains close relationships with the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Malaysia, the Economic and Commercial Office, various Malaysian government departments, local business groups and chambers of commerce. It offers necessary consultation and services to CECCM members, as well as other institutions and individuals intending to conduct business in Malaysia or China.

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