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Well-organized Enrolling on Campuses at GDUFS

Time:September 24, 2020    

North Campus, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, September 19th 2020: Newly admitted students had been registered between Sep 19thand 20thon all campuses, with 5,100 undergraduates and 1,805 postgraduates. The campus inside China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City received 423 postgraduate students for the first time.

A new life at GDUFS starts now

Dreams and achievements begin right here

Preciseness, Pre-caution, Protection

Due to the Covid-19 situation, precaution measurements have been put into practice: precisely-collected information, careful disinfection of surfaces, a fixed entering routine, sufficient medical supplies, etc.

Volunteers also helped. One of the participants, Mr. Li, said that though it was laborious, he was delighted to make a difference for the newcomers, and he hopes they can get used to campus as well as their college lives.

Volunteers at work

The first photo at college

Affirmation, Aspiration, Assuredness

Party secretary SUI Guangjun, president SHI Youqi, vice-president WANG Tinghui and other school leaders have carefully inspected each campus. All the leaders gave credit to the proceedings, confirming their orderly arrangement and hoping we students can enjoy campus life and have a fulfilling time at GDUFS.

SUI on south campus

 

SHI on north campus

WANG on the Knowledge City campus

New Campus, Fresh Starts

GDUFS has set up a new campus inside the China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City to have better consolidated international resources, providing more elites for the Guangdong-HongKong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Four hundred and twenty-three postgraduate students have been registered.

Register area on the new campus

Volunteers helping with questions

All the faculties hung out their slogans and wishes for newcomers, showing that the new semester had already began. Among with the chats and laughter on the school paths, many students were taking their first photo with their families as a memorial.