Annual International Education Summit
Every year we organise an International Education Summit where representatives of global universities and education institutions attend to meet their peers and discuss potential collaborations and partnerships. The summit provides a platform for attendees to discuss initiatives on forging collaborations and partnerships. It also provides a fantastic opportunity for higher education institutions to develop potential collaborations including international research cooperation, student exchange programmes, training programmes for academics and professionals as well as the development of overseas campuses of HEI's.
Education Summit 2019 was co-hosted by Maxer, CUDC and St John's College, University of Cambridge, from 4-5th July 2019. The summit aims to provide a comprehensive exchange platform for more than 40 education institutions from both China and the UK, including 100 senior leaders from Chinese and UK universities, education authorities and institutions. Summit attendees can explore and discuss collaboration in educational programmes, research, and promote the internationalisation of their university. Click here to read more
Education Summit 2018 was co-hosted by Maxer, CUDC and St John's College, University of Cambridge, in Cambridge, UK. The summit provided a fantastic opportunity for British and East Asian Universities to present their ambitions and vision. Academics exchanged ideas on several opportunities for collaboration including international research cooperation, student exchange programmes, training programmes for academics and professionals as well as the development of overseas campuses of there higher education institutions.
Education Summit 2017 was co-hosted by Maxer, CUDC and Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, in Beijing, China. More than 20 representatives from Chinese universities including Wuhan University, Zhejiang University, Northeast Normal University, South China University of Technology attended the conference. Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Clare Hall and Maxer to follow up with the programmes for academics and professionals, student programmes, and Visiting Fellow Programme. Clare Hall also signed MoU with several participated universities during the conference to conclude this successful and fruitful event.