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                              Jane SHAW, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Visits HENU

                              2019-09-12

                              On September 11th, Prof. Jane SHAW, pro vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford and principal of Harris Manchester College, Dr. Wilson SEA, Chairman and Executive Director of China First Capital Group Limited, and Sabrina ZHANG, chairman of KSI Education Ltd., visited HENU. HENU Chancellor LU Keping met with the guests. HENU President SONG Chunpeng held in-depth talks with the guests. SUN Junjian, HENU Party committee member and vice president, presided over the meeting.

                              On behalf of HENU, LU Keping warmly welcomed Jane SHAW and briefly introduced the basic situation of HENU.

                              SONG Chunpeng discussed the cooperation between the two universities with the guests.

                              Jane SHAW introduced the school running situation of University of Oxford and Harris Manchester college.

                              Sabrina ZHANG said that KSI Education Ltd. would strive to promote cooperation between the two universities in areas of common interest, actively provided support for the exchanges between teachers and students, and promoted the development of education in China and the UK.

                              At the meeting, representatives of the two universities discussed the details of cooperation and reached a preliminary consensus.

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