National University Student Market Survey and Analysis Competition
On April 24, the Shanghai competition of the 11th National University Student Market Survey and Analysis Competition of the "Zhengda Cup" co-sponsored by the Statistics Professional Teaching Committee of the Ministry of Education and the China Business Statistics Society and undertaken by East China Normal University was dropped.
Curtain. A team of five students from the School of International Finance and Trade of Shanghai International Studies University, Gao Wenjie, Lu Yining, Tang Hanyun, Zhou Yuwen, and Zhao Xuan, under the guidance of three teachers, Bai Bing, Liu Xiaoqian, and Ren Jia won the first place in Shanghai in this competition.
And was recommended by the organizing committee to participate in the national finals held at Henan University at the end of May.
Since the National University Student Market Survey and Analysis Contest was launched in 2010, nearly 2,500 schools (times) and more than 250,000 people (times) have participated in the mainland provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities except for Tibet.
The city survey competition is a competition item in the ranking of university discipline competitions. It is a first-class national competition in China. It is also a statistical practice teaching platform with government support, enterprise recognition, active participation of teachers and students from universities, and a high degree of cross-strait linkage.
The Shanghai competition attracted 44 student teams from 14 Shanghai universities including East China Normal University, Tongji University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and Donghua University. Four teams were selected to participate in the national finals through this competition.
This year is the first time that our school has organized students to participate in this competition, and it has received strong support from the school's academic affairs office, the graduate school, and the school league committee.
In recent years, the Institute of International Trade and Economics has tried to explore the mechanisms, paths, and methods of promoting teaching and learning through competitions by setting up a teaching team, and has achieved fruitful results.