Laurie Pearcey

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The federal government has announced 2020 funding for its New Colombo Plan – Mobility Program, which will support students to complete short-term study and work experiences in neighbouring countries, to strengthen Australia’s links in the region.

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Mr Laurie Pearcey has commenced his dual role as CEO of UNSW Global and UNSW Pro Vice-Chancellor, International.

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There is no reason to doubt the economic and cultural benefits that international university students bring to Australia, writes Laurie Pearcey.

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Recent media commentary on China-Australia relations claim that Beijing is on a mission to undermine our democratic institutions, Laurie Pearcey looks at the broader picture.

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Innovation partnerships with China will help translate research breakthroughs into commercially viable technologies, write Ian Jacobs and Laurie Pearcey.

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China’s First Lady Madame Peng Liyuan has visited UNSW’s Confucius Classroom as part of President Xi Jinping’s trip to Australia.

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Hong Kong earned its stripes as a gateway to the very place and people that many of its citizens are casting as a threat to future freedom and prosperity, writes Laurie Pearcey.

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In what is being hailed by Chinese media as a “breakthrough” for collaboration with Chinese industry, UNSW has forged two separate deals focused on technology transfer and research commercialisation. 

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A breakthrough exchange agreement provides a major boost for UNSW students interested in studying in China as part of the Federal Government's New Colombo Plan.

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Australia’s relationship with China can progress to a new level if China agrees to sign a free trade agreement during the federal governmen's trade mission, Australian School of Business economist Tim Harcourt says.

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