Shenzhen University began to recruit international students in China in 1987. So far, it has trained nearly 20,000 international students in China. In 2019, the school successfully passed the national quality certification for studying in China.
The School of International Exchange is the central management department for international student work, as well as the teaching unit for international students, and comprehensively conducts international student enrollment, Chinese language teaching, and life management.
Based on the concept of multicultural education, the college aims at cultivating international students who are knowledgeable and friendly to China, based on the school’s superior disciplines, based on the surroundings, and facing the world, it has formed a variety of types with foreign students with academic qualifications as the main and long-term and short-term Chinese language students as supplements. Hierarchical education pattern. The level of talent training in the college is divided into academic education and non-academic education. Academic education includes a master's degree in Chinese International Education, a bachelor's degree in Chinese language and literature (language and culture direction, business Chinese direction), and non-academic education includes long-term language training and short-term language training for international students.
The college pays attention to the education, management and service of international students, and organizes international students to participate in various extracurricular activities every year, such as Chinese singing and dancing competitions, sightseeing of city attractions and traditional Chinese festivals. Among them, the brand activities- "Shenzhen University International Cultural Festival" and "Cultural Messengers Entering Campus" are very popular among international students.
The college also pays attention to the cultivation of comprehensive talents for innovation and entrepreneurship, actively expands the internship and employment channels for international students, and leverages the advantages of Shenzhen's "dual districts" toprovide effective talent support for the internationalization of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
(Updated on July 3, 2020)