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International Program of Business Management Major Strengthened the Quality of Teaching

2019-02-25 08:52:59

The first batch of international undergraduate majoring in business administration began their classes in the first half of 2018, and their education, teaching and management are on the right track. As a new program of international education in the College of Business Administration, the College has attached great importance to the quality of teaching and education for international students, and has been committed to improving the class organization and teaching effectiveness of international students. Recently, the Office of International Exchange and Cooperation, College of Business Administration, and course teacher representatives held a symposium on teaching and learning information for international students in business administration major at room 608 of Second Office Building. The conference had a full communication and exchange on the learning confusion of international students since the beginning of this semester, and the issues that need to be explored in education and teaching. Xu Shu, deputy dean of College of Business Administration, Jin Min, head of the International Student Management Section, Office of International Exchange and Cooperation, Liu Xuedi, head of the Foreign Affairs Section, and members of the International Students’ Working Group of College of Business Administration, head teachers of international students, and course teacher representatives attended the symposium.

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The symposium illustrated the importance of information feedback on teaching and learning from the perspective of international education. It also conducted in-depth communication with international students on attendance rate proposed by course teachers, made further requirements for international students on teaching management and students’ behaviors and habits, and shared experience on some adaptive problems in the studies of international students. Course teachers listened to and gathered the thoughts and suggestions of international students on class learning, extracurricular activities, and professional cognition. International students put forward reasonable suggestions on how to interact with students in each course better, how to enrich teaching methods, and discussed their thinking and opinions on the rationality of some course arrangement, problems need to be solved in implementing training programs, students quality development, recreational and sports activities, and practical activities.

The symposium was very timely and effective. The Office of International Exchange and Cooperation, College of Business Administration, and course teachers have fully understood the current situation on teaching and management of international students, and further clarified the striving direction of the follow-up work for international students. (Chen Weiwei)


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