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Statistics institute hold bachelor degree overseas exchange programmers to share

source:西南财经大学统计学院 Release date:2016-04-01 Views:395

On May 30 fourteen o'clock, "Statistical college - the university of Waterloo, Canada's University of Western Ontario Project, University of York students share the project will" was held in floor B101 of Tong Bo building. Statistical Institute – Canada’s University of Waterloo Project 2012 student Li Xueqiao, Dai Daiwen and other previous exchange students made a presentation and exchange of experience for all 2013 students who are about to go to Canada and the United Kingdom for exchanged. 2012 and 2013 all the students participating in the project as well as faculty Li Yi, counselors Zhuchen Chen, counselor Gan Zhuxia, the Foreign Affairs Director Xu Yixin attended the sharing session.

Among, invited students Li Xueqiao and Dai Daiwen has got Waterloo, Canada MQF (Master of Qualitative Finance) of the offer. They share her experiences and the harvest of studying in Canada, and graduate students to apply, practice, experience and skills of the job search process, at share major conference, Help everyone understand how to take advantage of study abroad time, study and enhance their capabilities.  After sharing experience, students also talk professional learning, career planning, study abroad and other issues related to the university during with Li Xueqiao and Dai Daiwen to do the exchange.The teachers were also concerned with and understood exchanged students studying abroad learning, life and job experience from different angles, and with the students made careers, employment of valuable experience.

The atmosphere of the teachers and students share will is very warm, the will ended in the laughter. Through this sharing will promote all grades college exchanged student exchanges, to help better understand the current situation of undergraduate College of overseas exchange programs carried out, resulting in future international cooperation and exchange to better serve the students.

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