Trine, Huamao Group of China form partnership

December 15, 2014

Chinese delegation

Trine University and the Huamao Foreign Languages High Schools, located in Ningbo, China, have established a partnership that includes new pathways for Huamao students to study at Trine.

Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., Trine president, and Wanmao Xu, chairman of the Huamao Group, signed an agreement Friday, Dec. 12, at Trine.

One of the many reasons for Trine’s extraordinary enrollment growth this past fall was a strategic focus on the recruitment of international students interested in Trine's internationally recognized undergraduate and graduate programs. Trine's new agreement with Huamao schools further expands upon the university's international recruitment efforts, creating  opportunities for Trine students wishing to study abroad.

Photo: On Friday, Dec. 12, are front row, from left are Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., president, Trine University, and Wanmao Xu, chairman, Huamao Group. In the back row, from left are Michael Bock, senior vice president, Trine University; Lijun Xiang, director, Huamao Group; and Stephen Sim, Ph.D., associate vice president for International Services, Trine University.


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