UWS hosts delegates from Beijing International Studies University, China

Yi-Chen award 

Recently the University of Western Sydney welcomed a visit from delegates of the Beijing International Studies University, China(opens in a new window).

Over the course of the day delegates joined discussions regarding campus development and asset planning, strategic planning and quality at UWS, student services and administration and Australian education's intellectual engagement with worldly China, and were also taken on a tour of the Parramatta campus.

Delegates who visited UWS were:

  • Xue Chao (Delegation Leader), Director Students Affairs Office 
  • Li Zhen, Deputy Director Office of Organization 
  • Xia Hailong, Associate Dean School of English Language 
  • Wang Wenjing, Deputy Director Students Affairs Office 
  • Zhang Di, Associate Dean School of Japanese Language 
  • Xie Qiong, Deputy Director Office of Postgraduates 
  • Zhou Junwen, Deputy Director German Department 
  • Jin Cheng, Deputy Director Office of International Exchange and Cooperation 
  • Bai Yufei, Associate Dean School of International Economics and Trade 
  • Li Wei, Deputy Director Office of Finance 
  • Dong Hongwei, Associate Dean School of International Economics and Trade 
  • Hou Zhengliang, Deputy Director Office of Assets Control 
  • Li Hongbo, Associate Dean School of International Communication 
  • Zhang Eryong, Deputy Director Office of Logistics Management 
  • Yang Yu, Associate Dean School of International Communication 
  • Cai Jieyan, Deputy Director Office of Infrastructure Construction 
  • Gao Lingyun, Associate Dean School of Law and Politics 
  • Liu Peichang, Deputy Director Office of the Principal

Ellen Brackenreg, Acting Pro-Vice Chancellor (Students and International) and Director of Student Support Services, and Associate Professor Yi-Chen Lan, Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) and Director of UWS International, welcomed the delegation.

The aim of the visit was for members of the Beijing International Studies University delegation to learn more about the UWS student administration and management, student daily life, campus construction and asset management, administration framework, organisational structure, policies and regulations, and current issues and challenges.

This visit marks the third successful visit by Delegates from Beijing International Studies University.

UWS and BISU signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2011 and this laid the foundation for future cooperation between the two institutions.

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