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President of Malaysian HELP University College visits ECU

Friday, 12 March 2010

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From 11-12 March, ECU hosted a visit from Dr Paul Chan, President of Malaysian HELP University College, and his fellow delegates.

The purpose of the visit was to explore opportunities for a partnership between ECU and HELP. The President and his delegates met with senior ECU staff, including Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Arshad Omari; Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International) Professor Tony Watson and Dean of ECU International Professor Gensheng Shen on both the Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses. The group then headed south to meet with staff at ECU South West, including the Dean, Mr Robert Irvine, on the Bunbury campus.

The group discussed HELP’s main objectives of the potential partnership including how to model the relationship and how to develop an inspiring shared vision.

“Quality partnerships are an essential element to the ongoing success of our University,” said Professor Arshad Omari.

“This is the kind of partnership ECU is looking for; a quality partnership for mutual benefit”

Dr Chan said he was very impressed with the staff and the facilities and he looked forward to a long lasting, relationship between ECU and HELP.

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