QTC Signs a Memorandum of Cooperation with ACBI - Australian College of Business Intelligence​-english


QTC Signs a Memorandum of Cooperation with ACBI - Australian College of Business Intelligence​
2023-11-06 15:49  

1.我校参访团与外事负责人Giulia  Caridi洽谈合作细节

QTC Delegation Holds Discussions with the ACBI Regarding Cooperation Details

2.秦青松与Fabio Mejia签署合作备忘录

Qin Qingsong Signs a Memorandum of Cooperation with Fabio Mejia


QTC Presents Gifts to ACBI


Delegation Gains Insights into School Teaching Conditions


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Delegation Learns About Students’ Learning Conditions


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From October 26th to 27th, a delegation led by the Vice-Secretary of QTC Party Committee and the President, Qin Qingsong, along with representatives from the School of Biology and Chemical Engineering and the School of Tourism, visited ACBI - the Australian College of Business Intelligence. After practical discussions, both parties signed a memorandum of cooperation.

The delegation explored the campus, engaged with faculty and students, and gained a detailed understanding of teaching and training conditions. They learned about the practical needs of students' learning and personal growth, visited classrooms, training rooms, multipurpose facilities, and staff offices to assess the conditions for running the institution. They also researched the accommodation areas for international students in the vicinity, understanding dormitory conditions, fees, and had discussions with staff and Chinese international students about their living arrangements.

During the discussion and exchange held between the two institutions, both sides explored trends in Sino-Australian vocational education development and the prospects of cooperation in TAE training certification. They discussed matters related to mutual visits and exchanges of faculty and students, training and development, especially in fields like environmental monitoring within the School of Biology and Chemical Engineering. These discussions led to an agreement of cooperation, followed by the signing of a memorandum.

President Qin expressed gratitude for the warm welcome from the Australian side and provided an overview of QTC's implementation of the "Three Transformations" development strategy in recent years. He emphasized that the establishment of a strong cooperative relationship and the signing of the memorandum are not only a natural outcome of educational exchange between the two countries but also a crucial milestone in the pursuit of international development strategy. This cooperation holds great significance in furthering practical collaborations with Australian institutions and aligns with QTC's internationalization goals.


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