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Delegation of Shandong University (Weihai) Visited Australian Universities

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Delegation of Shandong University (Weihai) Visited Australian Universities

With the invitation from AEMG and partner universities in Australia, delegation from Shandong University (Weihai) led by Executive Vice President Mr. HAN Jianxin visited Australia.

On the afternoon of 11th September, the delegation visited AEMG Headquarter in Melbourne. CEO Mr. Roger Li and Director General Ms. Jenny Wang warmly welcomed the delegation. Mr. HAN spoke highly of AEMG’s contribution towards the development of Sino-Australian education communication, and thanked AEMG for its efforts made towards the internationalization of Shandong University (Weihai).Both parties are very confident with the future cooperation.

On 12th September, the delegation, accompanied by Mr. Roger Li and Ms. Jenny Wang, visited Swinburne University of Technology. The delegation was warmly welcomed by Swinburne Executive Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof. Aleks Subic, along with other four Pro Vice-Chancellors in charge of international and student services, global engagement, future manufacture and research quality. Both parties furthered their discussion on the preparation, conduct and management of the Advanced Manufacturing Joint Research Centre. After the meeting, the delegation visited the Advanced and Design Centre of Swinburne, and was shown the latest outcomes of Swinburne’s research.

On 13th-14th, the delegation visited Hobart, capital city of Tasmania, and visited the University of Tasmania. The delegation had a meeting with Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof. Gary O’Donovan and Dean of Institute for Marine and Antarctic Science, Prof. Peter Coleman. Both parties reached comprehensive consensus on joint education and research, and signed an agreement of cooperation.

The visit further strengthened the communication between AEMG and its partner universities worldwide, enhanced the foundation for cooperation and brought the cooperation onto next level.