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The 2022 CCUN International Graduates Forum Held Successfully


The 2022 CCUN International Graduates Forum was successfully held on the afternoon of June 16th. Professor Peng Shuangjie, Vice-President of Central China Normal University, Professor Zhao Changfeng, Director of the Department of International Politics, School of Politics and International Studies, Associate Professor of School of Psychology Cheng Xiaorong, Associate Professor Xie Zhipeng, Deputy Director of the Department of Business Administration, School of Economics and Business Administration, Wang Li, The First Secretary of College of International Cultural Exchange (CICE), Gao Zhuoxian     Dean of CICE, Director of International Students’ Affairs Office (ISAO), and Zuo Shuangju, Vice President of the CICE and International graduates attended the forum among many others. The meeting was presided over by Chen Nan, Director of CICE.

At the forum, the representatives of the international graduates talked about their study and life experience at CCNU, expressed their sincere love for the university and sadness of parting, and put forward relevant suggestions. Teachers shared their experiences of teaching and interacting with international students. Apart from other things, the Dean of CICE, Gao Zhuoxian, congratulated international students on their graduation.

CCNU’s Vice-President Peng Shuangjie hoped that the graduates could make more remarkable achievements in their new jobs and career, recommend more friends to study at CCNU, and be ambassadors for the propagation of Chinese culture across the globe. Furthermore, he encouraged students to share the beautiful experiences of studying in China with their friends and families and contribute to the friendly cultural exchanges between China and their countries.

The forum listened to the students’ voices, promoted the communication between teachers and students, solved the practical difficulties facing international students academically and in school life, and pointed out the direction of efforts for further improving the management and service provision to international students.



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