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New deals bring more Chinese students to Victoria

Monday, May 22 2017

More Chinese students will have access to Victoria’s world-class international education system after two significant agreements were signed between Victoria’s Swinburne University and two leading Chinese universities.

Small Business, Innovation and Trade Minister Philip Dalidakis, who is in China to promote Victoria as a destination for trade and investment, witnessed the signing of the memorandums of understanding (MoU).

Swinburne University and Jimei University agreed on a joint program that will see Chinese students spend the last two years of their four year course studying in Victoria and offer Jimei academics the opportunity to complete an English language course.

Swinburne University also signed an agreement with Tongji University which will see students receive exemption credit points when studying a Bachelor of Science (Physics) degree and study their last two years at Swinburne.

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