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Fan Gongxiu Honors College Welcomes 30 Freshmen

Fan Gongxiu Honors College Welcomes 30 Freshmen

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Beijing, China – Beijing University of Technology welcomed more than 6000 new students to its campus on September 7 to kick off the annual Student Welcome and Orientation Week, among which another class of students formally joined the Honors College of the University. Thirty new students were admitted to the Fan Gongxiu Honors College, established in 2014, aiming at selecting and educating outstanding engineers. “I’m so happy to have them join our big family and they make us complete”, said the upperclassman Jialin Shao. This year those 30 freshmen from all over the country gathered together and ran through various tests till they stand out from the group of 60 candidates. ‘‘I remembered those difficult exams almost exhausted me, however, when I looked back now, I should be grateful that…
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International Students Spend Summer in Silicon Valley, Designing Products

International Students Spend Summer in Silicon Valley, Designing Products

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[caption id="attachment_266" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Members of group one, Li Bo, 20, of Zhejiang University, Shao Jialin, 20, of Beijing University of Technology, Gui Jiaxi, 21, Beijing University of Technology, Cui Ze, 20, Beijing University of Technology, Ga-In Ryu, 23, Gyeongsang National University, with team mentor SJSU materials engineering student Crystal Pereira, 23, right, introduce them selves during the Summer in Silicon Valley program in the College of Engineering at San Jose State University in San Jose, California on Monday, July 10, 2017. (Josie Lepe/Bay Area News Group)[/caption] They came from China, Korea, and Spain, etc., — 53 rising sophomores and juniors at their respective universities — to learn all about high-tech in the Silicon Valley. For the next three weeks, these students will immerse themselves in the “Summer in Silicon Valley” program…
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Honors College Students Visiting Silicon Valley to Learn about Startups

Honors College Students Visiting Silicon Valley to Learn about Startups

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Monday, July 10, 2017 05:47PM SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Immigrants have been founders of about half of all startups in Silicon Valley, but a special visa to give more of them entry to the U.S. has been put on hold by the Trump Administration. Yet Silicon Valley remains a magnet for bright minds from overseas. Fifty-three college students arrived on campus at San Jose State on Monday. To spend three weeks in Silicon Valley is a golden opportunity for these engineering and computer science college students from China, South Korea, Brazil, and Spain, etc. And some may become part of the next wave of immigrants to do a successful startup here. Ga-in Ryu from South Korea thinks Silicon Valley is where she wants to be. "I think Silicon Valley is…
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