NJUCM and Foreign Universities Jointly Welcoming CAP Program Students, Deepening Collaboration and Stepping Up Internationalized Student Training
    
Following the visit of Professor Cheng Chun, Chair of NJUCM University Administrative Council to Australia, the delegation of Griffith University, RMIT University and Swinburne University of Technology visited NJUCM on September 1, 2019, had an in-depth discussion with NJUCM in areas of undergraduate articulation programs, joint postgraduate programs, research collaboration and academic exchanges, and joined the welcoming event for class of 2019 in the CAP program.

Professor Cheng Chun, Professor Andrew Smith and the delegation discussing the collaboration programs

On the morning of September 1, Professor Sun Zhiguang, Vice President had the discussion meeting with Professor Andrew Smith, Vice President of Griffith University to discuss the biological pharmacy CAP program, joint PhD students and research exchanges. NJUCM director in the office of Teaching Affairs, Deans from School of Pharmacy attended the discussion meeting. 

Professor Sun Zhiguang, Vice President and Professor Andrew Smith, Vice President of Griffith University discussing collaboration programs

The welcoming event for new CAP program students

On the afternoon of September 1, the Griffith University delegation led by Professor Andrew Smith, and Professor George Mellick, the RMIT delegation led by Professor Harsharn Gill, Director of Food Research and Innovation Center at RMIT, the Swinburne delegation led by Professor Tony Arkron attended the welcoming event for the articulation program students in biological pharmacy, food quality and safety, public business administration respectively. Professor Bruce Calway, Executive Dean of Ao Chen College, Mr. Lv Yuqi, Vice President of AEMG both attended the event. The three collaborating universities provided splendid lectures of each university introducing the faculty level, research strength, disciplinary structure, overseas life and future employability to students and parents. 

Till June, 2019, the three collaborative articulation programs with Australian universities have been approved by the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education to be constructed as the exemplary CAP projects for Jiangsu Province. With the facilitation of CAP programs, the number of students pursuing overseas higher degree is increasing year by year, which helped to step up the international training of NJUCM students and laid a solid foundation for the First-class and high-level university construction.


 

NJUCM and Foreign Universities Jointly Welcoming CAP Program Students, Deepening Collaboration and Stepping Up Internationalized Student Training

Following the visit of Professor Cheng Chun, Chair of NJUCM University Administrative Council to Australia, the delegation of Griffith University, RMIT University and Swinburne University of Technology visited NJUCM on September 1, 2019, had an in-depth discussion with NJUCM in areas of undergraduate articulation programs, joint postgraduate programs, research collaboration and academic exchanges, and joined the welcoming event for class of 2019 in the CAP program.

Professor Cheng Chun, Professor Andrew Smith and the delegation discussing the collaboration programs

On the morning of September 1, Professor Sun Zhiguang, Vice President had the discussion meeting with Professor Andrew Smith, Vice President of Griffith University to discuss the biological pharmacy CAP program, joint PhD students and research exchanges. NJUCM director in the office of Teaching Affairs, Deans from School of Pharmacy attended the discussion meeting. 

Professor Sun Zhiguang, Vice President and Professor Andrew Smith, Vice President of Griffith University discussing collaboration programs

The welcoming event for new CAP program students

On the afternoon of September 1, the Griffith University delegation led by Professor Andrew Smith, and Professor George Mellick, the RMIT delegation led by Professor Harsharn Gill, Director of Food Research and Innovation Center at RMIT, the Swinburne delegation led by Professor Tony Arkron attended the welcoming event for the articulation program students in biological pharmacy, food quality and safety, public business administration respectively. Professor Bruce Calway, Executive Dean of Ao Chen College, Mr. Lv Yuqi, Vice President of AEMG both attended the event. The three collaborating universities provided splendid lectures of each university introducing the faculty level, research strength, disciplinary structure, overseas life and future employability to students and parents. 

Till June, 2019, the three collaborative articulation programs with Australian universities have been approved by the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education to be constructed as the exemplary CAP projects for Jiangsu Province. With the facilitation of CAP programs, the number of students pursuing overseas higher degree is increasing year by year, which helped to step up the international training of NJUCM students and laid a solid foundation for the First-class and high-level university construction.