On the afternoon of May 12, 2021 the WZU Admission Information Session for Prospective Postgraduates was held online and offline synchronously by Overseas Students Education and Services in Room 3-201 North Campus. The session was open to all prospective students who wish to study at our university.
Ye Miao, Director of Overseas Students Education and Services and Dean the of College of International Education, gave an opening speech at the beginning of the information session. Professor Ye made a deep analysis of the current global education environment, which was affected badly by COVID-19. She said that on this special condition, it is wise for international students to go on its study here in China.
For the time being, our university has seven colleges that provide majors taught in English. Three colleges were invited to this information session to give an introduction of their own majors, which are popular or that have been recently opened. Teacher Wang Lu from College of Business, teacher Zhang Zhengjiang from the College of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, teachers Hu Jie and Xu Zhengzheng from the College of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence were all fully prepared to offer students major information in detail. They enabled prospective students to form a clear picture about what and how they are going to learn in those postgraduate programs.
Teacher Chi Even from the Overseas Students Education and Services showed prospective students the process of how to apply for those postgraduate programs, how to get a scholarship, and what they need to pay attention to.
After the session, students who were interested still here to inquire for more information, and the teachers replied patiently. At the same time, prospective students who attended the session online also posted their questions via message. They said they were very thankful to our teachers for organizing this information session, and that they gained a lot of useful information from this session.
This information session was a significant experiment for our university to develop online and offline synchronous enrollment promotion. This not only gives clear guidance for our graduating students to apply for postgraduate programs, but also functions as a way to promote the quality of our enrollment work.