As the supplement to facilitate the interaction and enhance students learning experience, the University of Manchester China Centre hosted Huangpu River excursion event to welcome our GAMBA students who were travelling across the world to study in China during this week. After attending three consecutive days for the operationalizing and communicating value workshop, a yacht tour in the evening brought unforgettable experiences to the GAMBA delegates from over 10 countries. Students witnessed impressive skyscrapers in the financial district of Shanghai on the east side of Huangpu River and the historical architectures on the west side of the Bund. GAMBA students sent their heart-felt thanks to China Centre for this wonderful experience.
“The boat trip on the river was such an amazing way to celebrate the end of the first workshop. Thank you to the China Centre team for putting on such a great event!”
Smalley David, Litmus/ Chief Operating Officer/ United Kingdom
“GAMBA study in UMW China Centre as a partial native, I would say it was an amazing cruise on the Huangpu River tonight! Especially after three days of intense workshop. Thank you my home Centre!”
Huang Lingrong, AbbVie China/ Senior Business Development Manager/ China
“Just to congrats for the experience here at Shanghai! Warm environment and wonderful time at the river excursion! Hope to back soon!”
Jose Roberto Amorim Filho, BIOCOM/ CFO/ Brazil
“Things going great at the China Centre, awesome team here! We also had a great time on the boat trip. Fantastic journey with the lights in SH have to be seen!”
Williams Thomas, Manchester Airports Group/ Buildings 2 Lead/ New Zealand
“It was great experience to get familiar with culture. It was very well organized event! Thanks to China Centre Director Sherry Fu, who leads and organizes the excursion event”
Sapre Indranil, TATA COMMUNICATIONS UK LTD/ ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR/ India
“The university of Manchester Worldwide’s ethos is ‘no barriers, no boundaries’, we are not only transforming our course content into a variety of high quality multimedia resources, but alos offer students from all over the world locally designed extra-curriculum activities which could be repurposed to enhance the educational and cultural experience when they studying at our international Centres.” says Sherry Fu, China Centre Director.
In accordance with the concept of “No Boundaries, No Barriers”, China centre endeavors to widen participation in higher education, and provide the distinguishing and transformative experiences to our outstanding students. China centre student support team pledge the support at every step, and build the bridge to make sure students learning experience with University are as smooth as possible.
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