[Centenary Celebration Special] Representative from the James Cook University Singapore Visited to Congratulate Xiamen University on its 100th Anniversary
On the morning of March 3, Cao Lu, representative of James Cook University Singapore (hereinafter referred to as JCU) in China visited International College(IC) and specially sent a gift to congratulate Xiamen University on its 100th anniversary.
Prof. Tao Tao, Dean of International College, entertained d Ms. Cao Lu, representative of JCU China, in Conference Room B309 and expressed his gratitude to JCU Singapore for sending a representative to present gifts, and welcomed them to visit XMU after the epidemic. Mr Tao are pleased to hear that all the IC students in JCU are well. Tao believed that JCU’s rigorous professional teaching and meticulous and thoughtful student service will appeal more and more students would to go to JCU for further study. The college will also further promote the exchange and cooperation between both sides
Cao Lu said that Lu Mingyan, president of JCU, Singapore visited XMU in 2019 and was deeply impressed by XMU, especially International College, and has been actively promoting the in-depth cooperation between the two sides. On the occasion of the centenary celebration of XMU, they specially send gifts and blessings to XMU with representative in person. It is hoped that both parties will have more in-depth exchange and cooperation in talent cultivation and project cooperation.
After the meeting, the two sides exchanged gifts and sent blessings to each other, which enhanced the friendship.
James Cook University Singapore established in 2003, is the direct affiliated campus of James Cook University in Australia, which is an important milestone in the internationalization of the university. It is the first institution in Singapore to be accredited by Edutrust Star and SQC Star. It is also the first and currently the only direct affiliated campus of an Australian public university in Singapore recognized by the Australian and Singaporean governments. The Singapore campus offers the same courses, teaching standards and degree certificates as the Australian campus. With students from more than 50 countries, the international, cross-cultural environment enables students to better absorb useful knowledge and experience. At the same time, on-campus job fairs also provide graduates with a wide range of overseas internship and employment opportunities, laying a solid foundation for their future work and life overseas.