Webinar (21st & 22nd Mar 2018)


NOTE: Please note that the dates for this event have been updated.


Wednesday, 21st March 2018 & Thursday, 22nd March 2018


Time Slot 1:  Wednesday, 21st March 2018 16:00 (China time)

Time Slot 2: Thursday, 22nd March 2018 08:00 (China time)


Legal Issues When Collaborating in China

Whether you are considering setting up a Joint Education Program (JEP) or a Joint Education Institute (JEI), or simply establishing an MOU with a Chinese institution, it is vital that you consider all the legal aspects and ramifications.

During this webinar our speaker, Anna Elshafei, will share her knowledge and experience about how best to approach this process and protect both your institution, as well as the potential partnership.

Anna Elshafei
has practised in China for over 10 years as well as in Hong Kong and the UK, including working at Hogan Lovells and Miller Canfield. She has advised universities in relation to establishing and running joint educational programmes and joint educational institutes in China and speaks Chinese fluently.


Webex Webinar Software
Ticket Price:
CHE Club Member:
Non CHE Club Member:
200 RMB (USD 30)

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  7. Webinars:  Free for CHE Club members (both organisation and individual members) throughout 2018.  If you are unsure of your CHE Club membership status, please contact us. To become a CHE Club member please click here.


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Ben Newman (bnewman@chinahighereducation.org) or +86 10 85866386


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