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January 23rd, 2007
Scholarships strengthen education ties between China and Australia
The Australian Minister for Education, Science and Training, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, has announced that 14 high achieving scholars and professionals from the People's Republic of China are the recipients of Endeavour Awards for 2007.
The Endeavour Programme is a A$276 million Australian Government initiative that brings high achieving students, researchers and professionals from around the world to Australia for study, research or professional development in a broad range of disciplines. The Programme enables Australians to do the same abroad.
The Chinese Endeavour Award recipients will travel to Australia to undertake a wide range of research projects in fields such as accounting, human rights, biometrics, nanotechnology, medical research, maritime and corporate law, and corporate governance. The research further reflects the deep relationship Australia and China hold across a range of research fields.
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