3月21-23日，上海中锐控股集团总裁、太阳电玩城app官网董事长钱建蓉和太阳电玩城app官网院长周肖兴教授、太阳电玩城app官网国际学院院长张力一行三人访问了澳大利亚新英格兰大学（UNE），受到了UNE校主席Richard Torbay博士、副主席Scott Williams和校长Jim Barber教授等学校主要领导的热烈欢迎和接待。
UNE News and Events对这次会晤也做了详尽报道。
Collaborative education program in China set to expand
The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding at UNE this week opens the way for the expansion of a collaborative arrangement that currently brings about 100 students to UNE each year from
Chiway Education Holding Group owns WSOC, and the discussions at UNE this week have prepared the way for an agreement that would see the expansion of the Wuxi program to include educational institutions owned by - or partnered with - Chiway in 10 other Chinese cities.
UNE first established a relationship with WSOC in 2000. Under the current model, WSOC students enrol in a WSOC Diploma program for 2.5 years and then come to UNE for 1.5 years. The pathway involves business disciplines (particularly accounting), with UNE providing advanced standing for 12 units completed at WSOC.
Mr Qian Jianrong, the President of Chiway Holding Group, visited UNE earlier this week with a delegation from WSOC accompanied by the President of WSOC, Professor Zhou Xiaoxing. Mr Qian was warmly welcomed to the University by UNE’s Chancellor, Dr Richard Torbay, Deputy Chancellor, Mr Scott Williams, and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Jim Barber. Professor Barber and other members of UNE’s senior leadership team discussed with Chiway the plans to expand the collaborative program to 10 other Chinese cities by 2016. They also discussed possible opportunities for UNE to support further mutually beneficial growth with the Chiway Education Holding Group as it expands its education business in
Professor Barber said the MOU marked the next stage in one of UNE’s most important and successful international partnerships. “We value highly our long-standing relationship with
Mr Qian, the Chiway President, said he was pleased to be visiting UNE again, and to be discussing the expansion of a particularly successful educational program and an international relationship that had proved its strength and durability.
The discussions this week, and the signing of the MOU, have paved the way for a detailed evaluation of the expansion plans.
THE PHOTOGRAPH displayed here expands to show Mr Qian Jianrong (left) shaking hands with Professor Barber after the signing of the MOU. Looking on are Mr Chris Patton, UNE’s Chief Development Officer (centre) and Professor Zhou Xiaoxing, President of Wuxi South Ocean College.