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A Complete Success of 2016 Overseas Internship Results Published

The results for the MU this year applying for the Ministry of Education Xuehai Dream Project are fruitful. A total of four departments and 28 students proceeded to the seven overseas units for internships during the summer vacation. Students from the Department of Nursing went to the Shenghui Hospital at Fukuoka in Japan and the Social Welfare Corporation Yukigomekai at Yamashita in Japan. Students from the Department of Hospitality Management went to the Jumbo Group of Restaurants in Singapore. Students from the Department of Biotechnology went to the Yixin Biotech, one of the biotech branch companies in San Francisco in the US, and students from the Department of Tourism went to Nihon-cho Hanoi House at Tokyo Greemmile Company, Izu Flower Moon Pavilion in Japan.

        All the teachers and students participating in the program gathered together on Oct. 20 and held an exhibition at the International Conference Hall to share their valuable overseas internship experience. All the students who were involved in overseas practice agreed that foreign language ability is very important. As they were in the overseas countries, they had no other choice or escape route to communicate. The only option is to force themselves to study hard to be able to communicate with those who cannot speak Chinese.

        MU President Chen and Board Chairman Lin also participated in the event and encouraged students to cherish their overseas internship opportunities. They hope that students will support and bravely join their overseas internship opportunities. They hope that students will support and bravely join the overseas internships in the future. MU has always attached great importance to these opportunities for our students. We will continue to pour the largest resources to support our students to be courageous and build their dreams.

 

A Complete Success of 2016 Overseas Internship Results Published

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