The School attaches great importance to undergraduate recruitment and takes vigorous action to attract the highest-quality students. As a result, the quality of students recruited hasincreased yearly. The School has established four major goals for its undergraduate programs, based on itsmission to achieve consistent excellence in all education activities:
(1) Ensure That Faculty Members Focus on Teaching. Since 2014, the School required professors and associate professors to teach undergraduate courses, counsel students, andanswer their questions in face-to-face sessions. In the three-year period from2014 to 2016, the proportion of professors and associate professors teachingundergraduate courses increased from 90.72%, to 95%, to 97%, respectively.
(2) Create a New, Close-Knit Community of Faculty andStudents. In keepingwith the teaching concept of ‘training for talents,’ the School has establishedvarious forms of a ‘community of faculty and students’ that promote closepositive interactions both in and out of the classroom. One example is thetutorship program for undergraduate students, in which each bachelor’s degreestudent is assigned a faculty tutor who guides the student in developing apersonal value system and using effective study habits and learning activities throughout the period of instruction.
(3) Implement Comprehensive Curriculum Reform. The primary motivation for curriculum reform in Business School is the commitment to create exciting new courses that maximize efficiency and learning outcomes while improving the interaction of faculty andstudents. Business School has a history of innovation and reform inundergraduate business education through course construction, periodic updatesof teaching contents and methods, and revisions in talent training modes. These forms have consistently produced high-quality courses. For example, in 2015,the course, Principles of Managementby associate professor Lin Feng, and the course, Macroeconomics by associate professor Xu Xuejun, were both designated ‘Shanghai Quality Courses.’
(4) Explore New Opportunities in Innovation andEntrepreneurship Education. The School has formed a personnel training mode with innovation and entrepreneurship at its core. The mode combines teaching, high-quality training, experiments, and social practice in a seamless initiative to improvethe communication skills, strain capacity, practice abilities, innovationtalents, social skills, and overall competitiveness of students. The aim is to produce top-rate management talents to meet the knowledge and leadership needsof the modern economy.
1. Language Requirements: English.
2. Physical health requirements: according to theMinistry of Education, Ministry of Health, and the general collegeentrance examination work guidance issued by China Disabled Persons'Federation.
3. Admission rules
(1) Basic admission score is required for thecollege entrance examination.
(2) For the candidates above admission score, majorsare assigned according to your score rank, your application and school’s admissionlimitations, no other attachments.
(3) For the candidates with the same scores, theyare ranked by foreign language(English) scores, Chinese language scores (for liberalarts candidates) or math scores (for science candidates).
(4) Extra points admitted by provincial andmunicipal government are accepted.
(5) The students in large classes are required to declarespecific major in the second academic year.
(1) Tuition fees
General tuition fee per student per school year donot exceed 5,000 RMB.
(2) Accommodation fee standard
Each student does not exceed 1,200 RMB per academicyear.
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