12月16日，ky棋牌娱乐官网在国际教育综合楼411会议室举行英方教学检查反馈会，我校副校长黄晓娟，学院院长廖东声、副院长刘志雄、英方教务主管凯瑟琳女士，英国斯泰福厦大学项目顾问James Neil Pugh、教学检查员Tina Ann Pavlou，高博国际教育集团副总裁张英杰，国际交流处相关负责人出席会议。
On December 16th, meeting was held in Room 411 in International Education Complex Building to give feedback to the examination of education of the programme (which is operated by the College now) GXUN-Staffordshire University Sino-British Collaborative Education in Accounting with Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Huang Xiaojuan, Vice President of the University, Liao Dongsheng, Dean of the College, Liu Zhixiong, the Associated Dean, Mdm Katherine, the Director of the Programme, James Neil Pugh, Programme Adviser of Staffordshire University, Tina Ann Pavlou, the inspector of the teaching of the Programme, Zhang Yingjie, vice president of GEM and principals of International Exchange Department of the University attended the meeting.
斯泰福厦大学James Neil Pugh汇报项目教学检查和学生访谈情况，肯定了项目运行效果，指出学生对项目教学、服务较为满意。他建议加强招生宣传，采取有效措施提高考生对项目专业的了解，加大引进项目专业相关图书资源，满足学生学习需求。
James Neil Pugh reported the results of the inspection. He said that the programme was operated well, and students were satisfied with the teaching and the administration of the programme. He suggested that the College should do more publicity to let more university entrance examinees get to know more about the academic study of the programme, and introduce more excellent publications to meet the needs of students’ academic study.
Vice President Huang Xiaojuan thanked James Neil Pugh’s suggestion and guidance. The programme Sino-British Collaborative education in Accounting was the first Sino-foreign collaborative education programme that was permitted to be operated by Ministry of Education in Guangxi, and it got great support from the government of Guangxi province and the University. She said that the programme had gradually become mature and made achievements. The Chinese side of the programme would continue to strengthen communication and cooperation with the English side. Both of the two sides should work together to make the programme become better and better. As for the introduction of more books, it had got the approval from the University and more books would be bought for the students soon.
Principals were sent by Staffordshire University every year to inspect the results of education of the programme through survey of class teaching and interview with students and teachers and they would also provide teaching guidance and training for the teachers.