Cooperation with Monash University

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On June 21, 2018, Mr. Zheng Xi, CEO of Allearn International Education, Ms. Sun Xiaoyin, Manager of Overseas Resources & Project Department, and Ms. Zhang Nan, Project Manager visited the Humanities College of Monash University at the invitation of Sharon Pickering, Dean of Humanities College of Monash University.

Accompanied by Sharon Pickering, Dean of Humanities at Monash University, and Mia Lindgren, Director of Media, Film and Journalism at the School of Humanities, Allearn International visited the College's film and television journalism practice teaching base, including studios, news production centers, editorial rooms and studios. In the system of digital video recording, collecting, editing and broadcasting, cameras, editors and non-linear editing equipments are installed to realize the teaching mode based on the practice teaching system and cultivate creative and applied film and television talents.

During the seminar, the School of Humanities of Monash University and the head of Allearn International Education Program discussed the international curriculum cooperation and cultural exchange program of media arts colleges and universities, and reached the cooperation intention of "short-term overseas training program of Huaze Film Academy".

At the same time, the two sides focused on the GIG cooperation project proposed by Monash University. Allearn International Education, as a professional overseas education consultancy, shared the successful cases of internationalization of Chinese higher education and students'career development planning, and provided valuable opinions and suggestions on the demand of Asian students' overseas study market. The two sides hope to build a platform for interdisciplinary media education and exchanges through in-depth cooperation.

The School of Humanities at Monash University has the highest-calibre Media Laboratory in the University of Australia. Its research focus is on media and cultural and economic research. In addition, the School of Humanities has world-class industry and policy research topics, including UNESCO cultural and economic research, and the Australian government is small. Innovation Research of TYPE Creative Enterprises, Australian Music Industry Policy Research, Big Data and Urban Intelligence Research and Cultural and Economic Research of China and Asia-Pacific Region.

The two sides will promote the globalization of education and enhance the core competitiveness of students in the fields of media arts, digital media, drama film and television directors, special effects and other disciplines and specialties.

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