Hong Kong "South China Morning Post" article on December 25, original title: Why China is the second hometown of foreign students like me. Decades of economic growth have enabled China to modernize domestic education and build this country into a home for international students. One of the global research centers. China has become the preferred destination for many overseas students. As a doctoral student in the School of Science of Tianjin University, I have witnessed how Chinese universities are trying to spread their talent network wider in order to attract and cultivate more international talents.
In any country, eliminating the gap between domestic and international students is the key to improving students' academic standards, and all my Chinese professors are committed to this. Chinese colleges and universities work hard to improve the experience of studying in China for foreign students, paying particular attention to ensuring that they have equal access to resources with their own students.
In China, international students can benefit from a more comprehensive education and social experience. In this regard, all Chinese professors and university administrators are playing a very important role in advancing.
China is also spending huge sums of money and resources to fund international students to carry out research. In Chinese universities, programs taught in English have been expanded and improved. Nowadays, including my university, more and more Chinese universities are improving the internationalization of the campus environment by providing major courses taught in English. Of course, if international students can also become more proficient in Chinese to enhance communication with Chinese people, it will also have a more positive effect.
China is a beautiful country, and Tianjin has become my second hometown. Everyone I know here is as kind as my family.
Studying in China is a wonderful experience, and I hope to recommend it to all international students who are looking for the dream of studying abroad. (Author Sheila Khalid, translated by Wang Huicong)