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AEMG Group held annual program management and planning meeting with Nanchang Hangkong University

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AEMG Group held annual program management and planning meeting with Nanchang Hangkong University

On the morning of May 27, 2020, the annual program management and planning meeting of AEMG Group and Nanchang Hangkong University was successfully held in Melbourne, Beijing and Nanchang through an online conference platform. 20 representatives including Nanchang Hangkong University Vice President Prof. Zhen Chen, AEMG Group president Mr. Roger Li and Director General Ms. Jenny Wang attended the meeting.

During the meeting, both parties firstly made an overall review of the recent cooperation situation. AEMG Group Vice President Mr. Yuqi Lyu shared the latest international standings and proposed a response plan. Prof. Zhen Chen expressed appreciation on the Group’s long-term work in helping to promote the construction of key disciplines and cultivation of  high-level international applied engineering talents and gave expectations on future cooperation and development. Mr. Roger Li then emphasized that under the goal of deepening strategic partnership between the two parties, the Group will work with the university to further optimise project operation and daily communication management, and to continuously innovate and expand the current cooperation model. Subsequently, the two parties discussed and reached a broad consensus on current program management, teaching management, admissions and student activities and overseas services.

Through this meeting, the two parties reviewed the history of cooperation and exchanged valuable views on the evolving concept of education and international cooperation under the context of new situation, providing a good premise to ensure the sustainable development of cooperation programs and team vitality.