Schools join forces

A CHINESE University has officially signed on to work with SuniTAFE and La Trobe University to develop a new accounting course to be delivered across the three campuses.

SuniTAFE CEO Geoff Dea, SuniTAFE chief operating officer David Harris, Mayor Mark Eckel, SuniTAFE manager of international programs Bradley Fyfe and a representative from Beijing Hudson International Education Institute on arrival in Wuhan.

SuniTAFE CEO Geoff Dea, SuniTAFE chief operating officer David Harris, Mayor Mark Eckel, SuniTAFE manager of international programs Bradley Fyfe and a representative from Beijing Hudson International Education Institute on arrival in Wuhan.

The sister city delegation including Mildura Mayor Mark Eckel and SuniTAFE CEO Geoff Dea along with other members of the council and the two local educational institutes this week took part in discussions with institutes in the cities of Wuhan and Dali, China.

In a statement, Cr Eckel yesterday said the discussions were the “first steps towards some exciting developments for our education sector”.

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