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Visit of Vice President of Australia Edith Cowan University Professor Ken Greenwood to HEBUT

Translator: International Office Editor: release date :2014-10-24

    The Professor Ken Greenwood, the vice president of Australia Edith Cowan University, visited our university on Oct. 22. The Professor Tan Runhua, the vice president of Hebei University of Technology cordially met the guests, hoping that both sides shall make joint efforts in young teacher visits, cooperation in scientific research and student exchange programs so as to establish good international cooperation and exchange relations.

   
 The Vice President Tan Runhua presents gifts to the President Greenwood

    During the visit, the Professor Greenwood visited the College of Computer Science and Software. Both sides discussed the specific issues of cooperation on academic exchange, scholar visits and postgraduate training and reached a preliminary consensus. Then, the Professor Greenwood also respectively discussed and communicated with the students of the Computer College, who participated in the student exchange activities of the two universities, and young teachers.

 
The Vice President Greenwood has an informal discussion with young teachers of the Computer College.

 
The Vice President Greenwood takes a group photo with students of the Computer College and relevant person in charge.

    Edith Cowan University (ECU), located in the capital Perth of Western Australia of the west of Australia, has been known for high quality teaching in Australia, with more than 20,000 students, wherein more than 3,000 students are the international students from over 80 countries. The university has high-quality degree courses in business, finance, mass media information, communication, computer network, information technology and education. ECU is the university with largest scale, fastest development, longest history in Western Australia, highest employment rate of the graduates, and highest satisfaction degree for the graduates.