On the morning of August 28, Kent Anderson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of The University of Newcastle, Australia, and Sunny Yang, Vice President of Global Partnerships, visited SCAU. Fengliang Li, Chairman of SCAU Committee, and Rongliang Qiu, Vice President of SCAU, met the guests in the conference room on the 7th floor of the Administration Building. Office of International Relations, the College of Forestry and Landscape Architecture, the School of International Education and teachers' representatives accompanied the meeting.
Fengliang Li welcomed Kent Anderson and his delegation to visit and briefly introduced SCAU. He said that, since the launch of the Landscape Architecture Undergraduate and Master joint training project organized by the College of Forestry and Landscape Architecture and the School of Architecture and Environmental Construction of the University of Newcastle jointly in 2018, the international teaching through bilingual and English teaching has promoted the quality of landscape architecture talent training, and the number of students has exceeded 200. It is hoped that in the future, the two universities can deepen exchanges and cooperation in more fields.
Kent Anderson expressed that the long-term friendly cooperation between the two universities has achieved fruitful results, looking forward to better development of the Undergraduate and Master joint training project of Landscape architecture major, and hoped that the two universities would strengthen communication in the future, carry out exchanges at multiple levels and fields, and share more high-quality cooperation in the future.
Bilateral leaders signed the agreement
At the meeting, the two sides renewed the joint training agreement of landscape architecture and exchanged gifts. After the meeting, Kent Anderson and his delegation visited the SCAU History Museum and the Yogurt Culture Hall.
The University of Newcastle (The University of Newcastle) was founded in 1965, located in the city of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, is a public comprehensive university. The University of Newcastle has 11 departments, a beautiful campus environment, world-class facilities, research in the fields of health care, energy and environment, science and engineering enjoy a great reputation, Ranking 192nd in the QS World University Rankings.