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Deputy Dean of UWA Business School Visits Shandong University, Weihai

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Deputy Dean of UWA Business School Visits Shandong University, Weihai

On November 14, 2018, accompanied by Joyce XU, Executive Director of AEMG Academy (China) and Carol Chen, Director of Student Service Department (China), Prof. Nick Letch, Deputy Dean of Business School of The University of Western Australia (UWA) pays a visit to Shandong University, Weihai(SDUW).

Prof. CHEN Xuesheng and Prof.XIA Hui, Vice Deans of SDUW Business School, have a meeting with Prof. Nick, accompanied with related personnel from Business School and International Cooperation and Communication Office. During the meeting, both parties exchange ideas in depth about the fundamental information of SUDW-UWA joint education program. Prof. Nick speaks highly of students of SDUW in the past years and fully appreciates efforts made by SDUW on the students’cultivation. Both parties express desire and expectation on long-term cooperation in higher level and broader range.

In the afternoon, Prof. Nick meets with Year two finance and articulation program students, answering their questions about studying in Australia.

This visit comes to a successful and fruitful conclusion after the ending of talks between UWA and SDUW Business School. The two universities reach consensus and show willingness to cooperate on numerous major issues. Both students and teaching staff participating in it are greatly benefited and give a thumb-up to series of lectures and talks.