University to Enroll 180 Students by June
Around 180 high school graduates will be enrolled at the South University of Science and Technology of China. The students come from different parts of the country and 40 of them are coming from Guangdong.
This will be the first time the university recruiting students since they were officially approved by the Ministry of Education this year. They have already accepted 45 senior high school students that didn’t take the National College Entrance Exams from different parts of the country. The new students will be divided into six classes and will be choosing their majors by third year. The university will be offering majors from physics, biological information, chemistry, biological technology, financial engineering and nanomaterial science. Several more majors will be offered in the liberal arts field in the future.
All interested applicants must first take the National College Entrance Exams this June then pass an interview with university officials in June 19. Students must have a score higher than the entry score for key universities since it account for 60 percent of the student’s final score before admission. The interview scores and grade account for 30 and 10 percent respectively.
Tuition costs 6,000 yuan a year. Freshmen will get a scholarship of 6,000 yuan per year. The top 54 students will get a chance to assist professors with any scientific research projects and will be getting subsidies of 10,000 to 20,000 yuan a year.