On the afternoon of 6th of September, 2018, Nanchang Hangkong University successfully held the Joint Opening Ceremony of cooperative articulation program for 2018 cohort students and their parents. They were warmly welcomed by Director of International Cooperation and Exchange Department professor YU Xin, Secretaty of Party Committee of School of International Education professor PENG Xiaoqiang, Dean of School of International Education professor XIE Hua, Director (international) of Griffith Science, associated professor Erwin OH, Regional Marketing Director (Greater China) Mr. Sherman XIA, alumni representative of University of Northern Iowa Mr. JIANG Luyao and the representatives of relevant AEMG departments.
After a brief introduction to all the programs, two venues for China-Australia and China-America were set up for further explanation to each program. Representatives of both programs and AEMG attended the meeting.
I China-Australia Venue—Griffith University
Associated professor Erwin OH, Director (international) of Griffith Science and Mr. Sherman XIA, Regional Marketing Director (Greater China) hosted the meeting. First, Sherman welcomed the freshmen and their parents and showed Griffith’s promotional film and introduced the history and school profile of the university. Then, Erwin gave a specific introduction to the relevant conditions of the joint education program. Finally, Sherman and Erwin responded to questions raised by parents.
II China-America Venue——University of Northern Iowa
Alumni representative of University of Northern Iowa Mr. JIANG Luyao hosted the meeting. Mr. JIANG first introduced the university and played its promotional film. After that, with photographs prepared by himself, he shared his study experience in the university from the perspectives of study and life, which aroused strong interest among students and parents. Finally, he responded to questions raised by parents.
The opening ceremony and the parents’ meeting gave program students and their parents a further understanding of the universities and majors in the cooperative articulation program. It acted as the guidance for students to learn, live and plan for the future.