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News: Bid­ding a fond farewell to our Chi­nese visitors

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270 Chi­nese del­e­gates, a mix­ture of stu­dents and their teach­ers from 10 uni­ver­si­ties across Chi­na, took part in our four-week Sum­mer School pro­gramme. The pro­gramme end­ed with a spe­cial farewell cer­e­mo­ny on 10 August, attend­ed by the Lord May­or of Not­ting­ham at the Bri­tan­nia Hotel.

The Sum­mer School pro­gramme is now in its 13th year of a suc­cess­ful part­ner­ship between the Col­lege and Chi­nese Uni­ver­si­ties. The Sum­mer School pro­vides oppor­tu­ni­ties for the stu­dents to improve their Eng­lish Lan­guage, exchange new teach­ing meth­ods, learn about British cul­ture and vis­it tourist attrac­tions in Not­ting­ham and oth­er cities includ­ing Lon­don, Birm­ing­ham, York, Cam­bridge, Strat­ford upon Avon and Oxford.

The inter­na­tion­al strat­e­gy is very impor­tant for Not­ting­ham Col­lege and we will be pri­ori­tis­ing our rela­tions with Chi­na through a num­ber of ini­tia­tives, such as our Sum­mer School as well as tai­lored provision.

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  • 11th August 2017 (12:00 AM)
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