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Southwest University’s Delegation was Invited to Visit AEMG Partner Universities

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Southwest University’s Delegation was Invited to Visit AEMG Partner Universities

At the invitation of the Australian Education Management Group, the delegation of Southwest University visited Australia from 18th to 20th, June, under the leadership of Prof. CUI Yanqiang, Vice President of SWU. The delegation was accompanied by AEMG to visit cooperative universities in Australia.

In the Morning of 18th June, the delegation made an official visit to AEMG headquarter. The delegation was warmly welcomed by President of AEMG, Mr. Roger LI and Director General, Ms. Jenny WANG. They had a meeting at the Melbourne Office. Prof. CUI Yanqiang showed his appreciation to AEMG for our great efforts to their collaboration with oversea universities and hoped to continue working with us in more fields. Then, the delegation visited Chinese Traditional Culture Center. Prof. CUI Yanqiang gave a high degree of appreciation to AEMG and he was full of confidence for future cooperation.

In the afternoon of 18th June, Roger, Jenny and Elroy accompanied the delegation to visit Deakin University. They were warmly welcomed by Associate Pro Vice‐Chancellor (International Relations), Prof. Wei Shen, Executive Dean Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Prof. Trevor Day and representatives of relevant schools. During the following meeting, the three parties had a detailed consultation on the potential collaborative programs reached a broad consensus and Signed a joint doctoral training agreement.

On the 20th June, Jenny and Elroy accompanied the delegation to visit University of Tasmania. They were warmly welcomed by Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global), Mr. Rob Atkinson, Acting Executive Dean, College of Sciences and Engineering, Prof. Mark Hunt and representatives of relevant schools. During the following meeting, the three parties had a detailed consultation on the potential collaborative programs reached a broad consensus.

The mutual understanding and trust has been deepened between AEMG and the partner universities along with the visits, and the areas of cooperation have been broadened as well.