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  • University of Waikato Delegation Visits Peking University

    02/06/2016 – Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Alister Jones visited Peking University as part of a University of Waikato delegation including Senior Regional Manager for East Asia Mulan Mu, and the International Market Manager for China Yiming Hu.

    On 2nd June, 2016, the New Zealand Centre at Peking University welcomed the the University of Waikato delegation headed by Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Alister Jones. Other members included Senior Regional Manager for East Asia Mulan Mu, and the International Market Manager for China Yiming Hu.

    The Centre Director Prof. Liu Shusen and Associate Prof. Liu Hongzhong welcomed the guests at the New Zealand Centre office and introduced Peking University and the Centre. The University of Waikato team also introduced their university and its strengths and discussed possible cooperation between the two universities.

    The visiting delegation with the Centre directors Professor Liu Shusen and Professor Liu Hongzhong.

    Another key discussion topic was the upcoming summer program the University of Waikato will organise for PKU students. Possible contents including times, courses, and activities were discussed.

    The New Zealand Centre was delighted to host Prof. Alister Jones and look forward to further cooperation between Peking University and the University of Waikato.

    If you are a member of the academic or administrative staff from any of our eight partner institutions and you are interested in visiting Peking University, get in touch with our liaison officers to make arrangements. If your visit is for research purposes, visiting fellowships for New Zealand academics are held year-round at Peking University, across a broad range of departments, forming a significant contribution to the advancement of academic exchange between China and New Zealand.

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