Studialis-Galileo opens a Campus of Art, Culture and Innovation in Suzhou

March 27, 2017

The government of the Gusu Area, the Suzhou City Historical and Cultural Protection Office and Galileo - Studialis inaugurated a new Campus in Suzhou, China.
Studialis Galileo signing partnership with Suzhou government to open new campus

On 1st March, the Government of the Gusu Area, the Suzhou City Historical and Cultural Protection Office and the Galileo-Studialis signed a Strategic Cooperation Agreement and inaugurated a new Campus in Suzhou.

 

Studialis Galileo Suzhou campus

Speech by Ms SHENG Lei, spokesperson of Suzhou city's spokesperson


Galileo Campus Inauguration Ceremony

Unveiling of the inauguration plaque

 

The Galileo Group - Studialis The Luxembourg group Galileo and the French group Studialis merged in 2016 becoming the leading European group in private education and ranking third in the world. It includes 49 schools throughout Europe, Asia, America and Africa.

When our Campus becomes operational, it will become as important as the Galileo-Studialis group's innovation center in Paris. On this new campus, there will be a technology innovation center, a technology transfer center, as well as an international staff training center and an entrepreneurial center. This important cooperation will help develop and consolidate the cultural and historical richness of Suzhou and help the city become an international tourism, technological and artistic hub in China.