Spring is a time of hope and new beginnings. From darkness to light, from cold to warmth, the earliest flowers to bloom bring transformation and change.
As the coronavirus pandemic stimulates the educational landscape to evolve faster than ever, the world is witnessing and experiencing the digital learning revolution. Over the years, China Centre has had the privilege to lead and influence the transnational education sphere in our region, offering an expanding portfolio of online, blended-learning courses. Attracting and supporting around 2000 high performing young professionals from all walks of life, the China Centre is growing strong with its ever-expanding alumni community while holistically empowering them to execute educational initiatives where they speak, they listen and they grow together.
We are very much committed to social responsibility in education. Bringing world-class education to those who are unable to study full-time on Manchester campus, the China Centre has hosted a series of Global Insight sessions in China that are free and open to the public. Each session is delivered by a leading academic from the University of Manchester offering a live classroom experience in action. Earlier this quarter saw the launch of “UoM NoW” amid COVID-19 event series where we urge the community to keep calm and share love and knowledge, marking the China Centre’s effort and determination in rallying together with alumni and local community at this difficult time.
What we can do, most importantly, is to support each other. Whether it is continuation of something good or the launch of something new, springtime at China Centre has never been a season to go unmarked.
China Centre Director