Welcome to Maxer’s Newsletter of 23rd November 2017.
All the relevant news—as the Symposium with an Education Delegation from the Zhejiang Province at Sidney Sussex College, our Exchange Programme in China in collaboration with St. John’s College, our latest update on the Winter Programme and the opening of our new Facebook Page—are included in the bulletin below.
EDUCATION DELEGATION FROM ZHEJIANG PROVINCE, P.R. CHINA
A delegation from the Zhejiang Province, China visited Cambridge on a rainy Monday afternoon in the beautiful frame of Knox Shaw Room at Sidney Sussex College. Maxer held a Symposium aimed at sharing ideas and policies concerning the higher education system in the Zhenjiang Province and at introducing some of the people who are involved in Education policies for local governments and for the Universities of the area. Mr. Genfang Chen, leader of the delegation, started the discussion which was an interesting opportunity of career networking for Chinese Cambrige Master & PhD Students and Post-doc Researchers.
The delegation speakers: Mr. CHEN Genfang, Deputy Director General, Zhejiang Provincial Department of Education Ms. SUN Qiuhua, Secretary of Party Committee, Zhejiang Chinese Medical University Mr. CHEN Wenhua, Vice-President, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University Mr. ZHAO Dongfu, Deputy Secretary of Party Committee, Zhejiang University of Science and Technology Mr. HAN Jian, Director, Division of Higher Education, Zhejiang Provincial Department of Education Mr. GUAN Chulin, Deputy Director, International Office, Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics
Maxer/ST. JOHN'S 2018 EXCHANGE PROGRAMME IN CHINA
Maxer in partnership with St. John’s College has launched the 2018 edition of the Exchange Programme in China. This cultural/academic experience will allow 12 undergraduate students to visit several Universities in China, in order to gain insight into the Chinese Culture and way of living. The aim of the programme is to promote long-term interests in other cultures and increased international understanding.
The programme will cover the travel, insurance and visa costs, the accommodation and food and all the expenses for all the activities during the visit.
JANUARY-FEBRUARY PROGRAMME 2018
We proudly inform you that more than 50 Universities are participating in our Winter Programmes which will take place in Cambridge and Oxford. This shows the impact and success of our programmes within the Chinese education field, a first step to enhance and strengthen the mutual understanding and collaboration between China and the UK.