From Feburary 5th to 10th, 2015, with the invitation from Australia Education Management Group and partner universities in Australia, delegation of Shandong University (Weihai) led by President HAN Shenghao visited Australia partner universities and AEMG Headquarter in Melbourne.
On 5th Feburary 2015, delegation visited the University of New South Wales. They had detailed discussions and conclusions about the joint education program and students.
On 6th Feburary 2015, with invitation from Prof Ian Young, President of Australia National University, delegation visited ANU and had meetings with representatives from Schools of Engineering, Science, Business, Health, and Arts respectively. Both parties had conclusions about the deeper cooperations in more areas.
Delegation arrived at Melbourne on 7th Feburary and visited the AEMG headquarter. Roger Li, CEO of AEMG, Jenny Wang, Director General of AEMG, and other colleagues from AEMG warmly welcomed the delegation. They had conclusions and discussions about the joint operation of existing programs, and a deeper communication on the direction of next step cooperation.
During their visit in Melbourne, degation had a meeting with Mr Peter Huntley, CEO of Macmillan, a world-famous publishing company. They had conclusions about the joint publishing on education publications.
In the afternoon of 9th Feburary, the delegation visited Swinburne University of Technology, with accompanied by Roger Li, CEO of AEMG, Jenny Wang, Director General of AEMG, and other colleagues from AEMG. Vice President Jeffrey Smart, Vice President Matthew Bailes, Director of International Melissa Banks, and representatives from Schools welcomed the delegation. They had conclusions and discussions on the joint collaboratioins and models.
This visit by SDUW has strengthened its connection and relationships with AEMG and partner universities in Australia. At the same time, both parties had a better communication and understanding of program management, which had effectively generated the operation and management of existing programs and had also built a solid foundation for future cooperation.