School of International Education welcomes exchange students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore again
At the beginning of the school year, the School of International Education once again welcomed a total of 78 teachers and students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore. During this visit, they will exchange and study for one month. This is also the second time that the School of International Education has received teachers and students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore.
In order to welcome the arrival of Singaporean students, the various departments of the International Education College cooperated with each other and made sufficient preparations to provide students with a good learning, dining and accommodation environment. The International Students Department arranged a series of activities for the students, such as Chinese cultural explanations, Chinese art experience, visits to Beijing's historical sites, and corporate visits.
On the morning of March 14, the School of International Education held a grand welcome ceremony. Deputy Dean Li Yingjun, all the visiting teachers and students of Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore and all the teachers of the International Students Department attended the welcome ceremony. The Director of the International Students Department Zhao Zhenmao presided over the ceremony.
The visiting teachers and students from Singapore first watched the promotional video of our school, and gained a certain understanding of our school's teaching, enrollment and hardware facilities, and showed great interest; Vice President Li Yingjun delivered a welcome speech on behalf of the school, welcoming students We come to our school to exchange and study. I hope that after a month of study, you can get to know Beijing and gain something; Mr. Lin Zhiyi, the visiting teacher representative from Singapore, and the student representative made speeches respectively, thanking our school for the careful and thoughtful arrangements, and expressing gratitude to the next step One month of study and life is full of expectations.