On September 8, 2018, Westa College held a Joint Opening Ceremony with the University of Western Australia and University of Tasmania for cohort 2018 freshmen and their parents. Professor ZHANG Zili, Dean of the Westa College, presided over the meeting. Professor Tony O’ Donnell, Executive Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Nick Letch, Deputy Head of UWA Business School, Professor Charlie Bond, Dean of the School of Molecular Sciences, University of Western Australia; and Dr. Dean Steer from the School of Information and Communication Technology of Tasmania University, Ms. Candy HAN, North Asia Regional Development Manager, Executive Director Catherine and Director ChenJing of AEMG International Recruitment and Marketing Division, some teachers from AEMG, etc. attended the meeting.
In the first session, Professor ZHANG Zili first expressed warm welcome and sincere greetings to the 2018 freshmen. He introduced the situation of the Westa College to give students and parents a full understanding of the college. The three professors from the University of Western Australia introduced the university’s location, study and living conditions, majors and rankings, employment situation, etc. They encouraged and welcomed students to study at the University of Western Australia.
In the second session, Ms. Candy HAN, North Asia Regional Development Manager of the University of Tasmania, delivered a speech. She briefed the students on the location, environment, and life of the school. After that, Dr. Dean Steer introduced the basic situation of some majors of UTAS, including school and major rankings, school study, life and employment. The students and their parents listened very seriously, and the atmosphere was harmonious and applausive.
The Joint Opening Ceremony promoted further understanding of Westa College and oversea universities for students and their parents, helping the students to clarify their learning objectives and future development at university. It also laid a solid foundation for their future study abroad.