Online briefings on admissions of Chinese universities to Thailand
On the morning of March 7, the first "series of online admissions seminars for Chinese universities in Thailand" jointly sponsored by the Thai Chinese Teachers Association and the "Chinese Bridge" Club (Bangkok Station) was officially held at Liaoning Normal University. Cao Ruyuan, School of International Education The president, Li Yanming, deputy dean, Feng Junjie, and the teacher in charge of the admissions office participated in the meeting.
The event attracted thousands of teachers and students from more than 10 middle schools, including Royal Thai Rose Garden High School, Nakhon Pathom Wangluang Public Jianhua School, and Chonghua Xinsheng Huali School in Chiang Mai to watch the live broadcast. Feng Junying, Education Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Thailand, Wang Huichang, the representative of the Bangkok Central Affairs Office, and the Chairman of the Thai Chinese Teachers' Union, Luo Zongzheng, gave the opening speeches for the briefing and wished the briefing a success.
At the seminar, Dean Cao Ru of the School of International Education introduced the basic situation of our school and the current status of the development of education in China. She said that after 36 years of development, the school has formed a distinctive "Study Abroad" education brand, and sincerely welcomes Thailand. The students came to Liaoning Normal University for further study. Afterward, Ms. Song Jie from the Admissions Office introduced our school’s admissions policies, majors and curriculum, scholarship programs, school features, talent training results, etc., and conducted online interactions with overseas teachers, students, and parents, and answered online Questions about majors, scholarships, and entry studies raised by students are discussed.
This special online enrollment briefing is a brand new attempt by our school to innovate the form of enrollment for studying in China under the normalization of the global epidemic situation. Thailand is the second-largest country of origin for international students after South Korea. Online briefing sessions are an effective way to expand our school’s promotion and enrollment in Thailand, and I believe it will bring new highlights to our school’s enrollment work for international students in China.