The Chinese Higher Education Exhibition Successfully Held
-----in Australia and New Zealand by China Scholarship Council
From:China Scholarship Council Date:10-17-2012 Attention:8760       Print

The Chinese Higher Education Exhibition was successfully held in Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand from Sep. 17th to 27th, 2012. The delegation includes 27 Chinese HEIs, such as Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Harbin Institute of Technology, Wuhan University, and China University of Political Science and Law. 

The Chinese Embassy in Australia, the Chinese Consulate General in Melbourne and Brisbane, the Chinese Embassy in Newzealand and the Chinese Consulate General in Auckland, and the local universities attached great importance to the Exhibition. Consul-General of Chinese Consulate in Melbourne Weiqiang Shi and Vice-president of Deakin University Lee Astheimer attended and delivered speeches at the opening ceremony on Sep 19. Two days later, the Exhibition was held at the University of Queensland, Australia. Consul-General of Chinese Consulate in Brisbane Dali Sun, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor Deborah Terry, and Managing Deputy Vice-Chancellor Gaoqing Lu of the University of Queensland addressed the opening ceremony. On Sep 26, Consul -General of Chinese Consulate in Auckland Juhua Liao and President of the University of Auckland Stuart Mccutcheon delivered speeches and cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony of the Exhibition. 


 
Chinese Higher Education Exhibition hold in Melbourne on Sep 19

Chinese Higher Education Exhibition hold in Brisbane on Sep 21


Chinese Higher Education Exhibition hold in Auckland on Sep 26

Presidents and University leaders from Chinese HEIs and their counterparts from Deakin University and the University of Queensland discussed the opportunities and details to cooperate in the future. The delegation was also invited to visit and to attend a brief introduction by the School of Communication and Creative Arts and School of Life and Environmental Sciences at Deakin University. The Exhibition has promoted the cooperation and communication between higher education institutions in China, Australia, and New Zealand.


 


 

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