Because of the severity of coVID-19 outbreak worldwide, 64 percent of UPC international students are currently unable to return to school. In order to ensure the normal teaching order, the following arrangements are made.
1. For postgraduates:
Postgraduates unable to return to China shall contact the supervisors to get regular online guidance on thesis work. Postgraduate students, who plan to graduate in this academic year yet cannot return to school, can contact the supervisors to properly modify the research content of the thesis, reduce the practice part, to avoid the failure to finish the thesis due to the impact of the epidemic. The theory course in English-medium program will be taught online in this semester.
Online thesis proposal will be scheduled for postgraduate students, and the detailed arrangements will be informed later.
2. For Chinese-medium program students:
Students who can return to school will study normally together with Chinese students. For students who cannot return to school, we will help teachers and students to establish online contact, and teachers will provide learning materials for students to study by themselves. The teacher will arrange Q&A time no less than twice a week for students.
3. For English-medium program students:
All theoretical courses and graduation project of the graduating batch will continue to be online. WECHAT or QQ group will be set for each course, and the detailed course information will be provided later through college website or class assistant teacher.
4. For language program and Foundation program students
Language and Foundation program students staying in China now can attend the class as usual in classroom. Students outside China will study courses online. The language program will be divided into elementary class (zero basis of Chinese language) and advanced class (having a basic knowledge of Chinese language).
On any questions about academic issues, students can contact Pei laoshi by +86-532-86983215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teaching Affairs Office, College of International Education
September 4, 2020