Melbourne Polytechnic has formalised a long-standing relationship with one of its major partnerships in international education by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Sichuan College of Architectural Technology (SCAT).
Mr Li Hui, President of SCAT, signed the MOU with Frances Coppolillo, Acting CEO of Melbourne Polytechnic, in April this year while visiting Victoria as a member of a Chinese trade delegation for the Sichuan-Victoria Education Forum.
The MOU recognises the commitment by both education institutions to foster international understanding and collaboration, and was acknowledged by the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews during his announcement of Victoria’s signing of a Letter of Intent to establish a sister-state relationship with Sichuan province within the next year.
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