A delegation led by Party Secretary Wei Chenglong visited Universities in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore

Author: time:June 6, 2017 clicks: source:International Cooperation Exchange office

From May 22 to 31, 2017, on invitation by University of Auckland, Victoria University (VU), Australia, and Institute of Infocomm Research, a delegation led by Wei Chenglong, party secretary of Changsha University, visited New Zealand, Australia, and Singapore.

During the visit in University of Auckland, Secretary Wei Chenglong had a conversation with Julie Haskell, director of Language Center in University of Auckland, and reached a consensus on exchange and cooperation project.

In Victoria University, Secretary Wei Chenglong had a deep discussion with Vice President of VU, Steve Berridge, and Dean of International College, Carolyn Chong. Both sides first reviewed and affirmed the achievements made between these two universities recently, and then conducted a in-depth and concrete consultation on issues as students and teachers exchange and cooperation in scientific research. Secretary Wei Chenglong and Vice President Steve Berridge officially assigned Professional Development Program Agreement between Changsha University and Victoria University .

During the visit to the Institute of Infocomm Research, the delegation discussed on cooperation of the application study, strengthening the cooperation between academia and industry, and accelerating the transformation of scientific and technological achievements with the institute.

Conversation with representatives of Victoria University.

Party Secretary Wei Chenglong presented souvenir to Director of Language College,

Julie Haskell

Party Secretary Wei Chenglong and Dean of International College, Carolyn Chong assigned Professional Development Program Agreement.