SHU holds orientation program for new postgraduate students
Updated: 2017-09-20


Wall paintings created by students at Shanghai University are commonly seen around the campus. [Photo from WeChat account SHU-ISU]

The College of International Exchanges at Shanghai University held an orientation program for new postgraduate matriculates on Sept 15.

The event was hosted by second-year student Wang Yalan, who introduced the newcomers to various class committee posts and their respective duties.

A group of six committee members were then elected. They received warm welcome and congratulations from other students and teachers.

Wang Lina, deputy dean at the college, urged the students to attend class regularly and partake in class activities to maintain a united and harmonious environment.


Students attend the class committee membership election on Sept 15. [Photo from WeChat account SHU-ISU]

Yang Jing, another deputy dean at the college, encouraged the students to prepare adequately for the busy postgraduate schedule as soon as possible, and make more friends to broaden their horizon.

The newcomers were briefed about the college's various regulations on attending classes, taking exams and how to apply for leave. After the program, the students engaged in friendly chit-chats with continuing students and tutors present.

Shanghai University is experienced in cultivating overseas postgraduates. The school not only provides diversified courses on international trade, business management and Chinese studies, but also offers multiple off-campus cultural immersion activities.


Students and teachers pose for photos at the orientation program held to welcome new postgraduates at Shanghai University on Sept 15.

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