Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of Western Australia Visited Hohai University and Signed Joint Training Agreement

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On October 31, professor Tayyeb Shah, deputy vice-chancellor of the University of Western Australia (hereinafter referring as UWA), and his party paid a visit, who were warmly received by vice-president Xu Weiya of Hohai University (hereinafter referring as HHU). They exchanged views on further strengthening the cooperation between the two universities, and signed an intercollegiate joint training agreement.

Vice-president Xu Weiya first welcomed deputy vice-chancellor Shah, saying that UWA is a highly valued partner of HHU. Currently, the 3+2 joint training program and student exchange program carried out by both sides have been highly recognized by students and their parents. It is hoped that both sides can further expand the scope of the program to cover more majors and students in the future, and further discuss all-round cooperation in the fields of cooperative education and scientific research.

Deputy vice-chancellor Tayyeb Shah appreciated HHU for its support to UWA, saying that the academic and scientific cooperation between the two universities has favorable momentum and achieved fruitful results. It is hoped that the two universities can further promote friendship and perform cooperation and exchanges in more fields.

Subsequently, the two sides signed an inter-school joint training agreement.

Professor Yinong Liu, Associate Dean of Department of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences of UWA, and Sandy NG, Chairman of Australian Education Association and Cooperative Projects Office of UWA, also visited along.

Relevant officials from the International Office, International School and Academic Affairs Office attended the meeting.