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Teachers and students of the French major of the School of International Culture and Communication participated in the Paris School-Enterprise Challenge 2024

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and France. From March 1st to 16th, at the invitation of Jean-Lurcat College in Paris, France, a group of 12 teachers and students majoring in French from School of International Culture and Communication went to Paris, France, to participate in the "Paris School-Enterprise Challenge 2024". Followed by a visit of 54 members of the Jean-Lurcat College to BCU in November 2023, the participation of the Paris School-Enterprise Challenge 2024 marks the 10th year of the collaboration between BCU and Jean-Lurcat College.

Based on real projects commissioned by a number of French companies, the Paris Challenge 2024 consists of ten multinational teams of students from BCU and Jean-Lurcat College, seeking to propose innovative corporate solutions and designs. After careful preparation in the early stage, the students performed well in the activity unit of the competition. Together with the French students, they successfully completed all the parts of the competition such as investigation and oral defense. All of them achieved excellent results.

Except the competition, Jean-Lurcat College also organized rich cultural exploration activities for the BCU teachers and students, visiting the famous local attractions in Paris such as the Louvre, the Musee d 'Orsay, the Seine River, visiting the Latin Quarter, the Ottoman buildings and other characteristic neighborhoods of Paris, and experiencing the French silent opera of the early 20th century.

This program gives the students a deep understanding of the French social culture, improves students’language ability by using French during the trip, and provides opportunities for students to understand the operation mode of French and European enterprises. Students also accumulates practical experience for future internship and employment in related fields, which fully reflects the training goal of the French major of our school to cultivate interdisciplinary talents.