MEMBER EVENT | Cutting-Edge Insights From China – Brought to you by Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)

With a rapidly changing China comes challenges for business leaders to keep up with the latest market opportunities, technologies, business models, and social innovations. How can business leaders stay ahead of the developments and understand the key issues driving these changes? China’s first independent business school, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), launches a …

TALKING POINTS | EDUCATION 24/06/2019

In today’s talking points, more than half a million Chinese students completed degrees abroad in 2018, and the latest list of China’s higher education figures were released by the Ministry of Education. The Ministry have also implemented guidelines pertaining to the transparency of education and safety measures for kindergartens.

TALKING POINTS | EDUCATION 04/06/2019

In today’s talking points, China’s Ministry of Education has called for efforts to improve education in rural China, as well as signed agreements to regulate university recruitment. Guandong has asked for all students to complete compulsory education by the law, and Australia is looking at new English standards for international students enrolling in university.

TALKING POINTS| EDUCATION 27/5/19

In today’s talking points, trends in the Chinese education industry show that the industry will double, challenges are highlighted with entering the Chinese education market despite it’s profitability and Asia and Latin America continue to grow as opportunities for Australia’s intake of international students.

TALKING POINTS| EDUCATION 29/01/2019

In today’s talking points, the number of Australian university students opting to study overseas has doubled,global wine education is redefined with the launch of Australian wine discovered,the Victorian government calls for a review of entry requirements for international students, and a book launch ceremony is being held in Beijing for the annual report on the development …

TALKING POINTS | Education 16/01/19

In today’s talking point, China aims to improve better primary, secondary education for all-round student development, China’s education ministry set strict criteria for apps used on campus, report on the country’s rural education recently released shows that China makes headway in building ranks of rural teachers, and Labor is to introduce minimum ATAR scores for …

Education Talking Points | 19/12/2018

In today’s talking point, reports found China continues to promote compulsory education equality, the CAS teams up with Sydney University to boost scientific research collaboration, and Australia-China institution discusses strategy in biomedical research in 2018.    China continues to promote compulsory education equality An official said on Thursday that the Ministry of Education (MOE) will continue to …

Member News | Changing Perceptions and Empowering Future Leaders at the 2018 Women in Leadership Forum

By Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) On November 28 in Beijing, more than 500 attendees and 520,000 live-stream viewers tuned in as 16 inspiring leaders – including the British Ambassador to China, Barbara Woodward, Australian Ambassador to China, Jan Adams, Chairwoman of China International Capital Corporation, Shirley Chen, and Vice President and CMO of …

Education Talking Points | 3 December 2018

In today’s talking points, China’s embassy in Canberra hosts 2019 New Colombo Plan Australian students, Chinese Universities are on top of global rankings in technology, Australia and Vietnam strengthen education partnership, and PM Scott Morrison announces Vocational Education Review Scheme   China’s embassy in Canberra hosts 2019 New Colombo Plan Australian students Last week, 13 …

Education Talking Points | 23/11/18

In today’s talking points UNSW establishes deeper ties with China, the PM announces increased funding for regional Australian universities and a new survey illustrates benefits for international students who study in Australia.   UNSW Establishes Deeper Ties with China Publisher Springer Nature is joining with UNSW and the Chinese Academy of Sciences to promote research …