What should international students do under the epidemic
Under the envelope of the epidemic, studying abroad has created the most affected group of students. Among them, there are middle school students and college students who cannot return to their original schools due to the epidemic, graduates who cannot go through the formalities for employment and settlement due to returning home early, and fresh students who can only stay at home and take online classes due to the epidemic... The various difficulties caused by the impact of the epidemic have attracted the attention of many delegates and committee members.
"Currently there are a considerable number of international high school students who cannot return to their original foreign schools, but the courses they learn are not compatible with China. Most of them don't have a domestic student status and it is difficult to transfer back to ordinary high schools in China." Deputies to the National People's Congress , Zhou Hongyu, vice president of the Chinese Education Association and professor of Central China Normal University, suggested that international high school students should be classified and digested to enter the international classes of domestic schools, and the "inner loop" of domestic and international education should be launched as soon as possible.
Establish a cohesion system for overseas students to study abroad
According to statistics from the Ministry of Education, from 2016 to 2019, 2.518 million people studied abroad and 2.013 million returned to my country. In order to alleviate the obstruction of studying abroad caused by the epidemic, the Ministry of Education has promoted the temporary expansion of 94 Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run universities, institutions and projects, enrolling a total of 3,031 people.
But for international high school students, Zhou Hongyu found that: “Parents are generally anxious. Children have not completed their studies abroad, and their studies have been interrupted due to the impact of the epidemic.”