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Open University offers crucial course

NURSING the elderly has taken center stage at the Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau and Shanghai Open University’s special college to improve civil service in the city. Shanghai has the highest rate of an ...

September 25, 2017, Monday

Huge increase in foreign students

THE number of foreign students in Shanghai has increased by 13,000 to 60,200 in the past five years due to enhanced efforts in international exchanges. Educational authorities issued the figures yesterday ...

September 20, 2017, Wednesday

College to serve all ages and tastes

COURSES on Chinese culture and philosophy for foreigners, training for volunteers, and programs for elders and children, will be developed by a special college established at Shanghai Open University ...

September 13, 2017, Wednesday

Russians here to be next aviation stars

TWENTY-NINE Russian students were in the spotlight as Shanghai Jiao Tong University began its new semester over the weekend. The Russians, who were checking in at the reception desk of the School of ...

September 11, 2017, Monday

Big prizes for teachers

SHANGHAI Jiao Tong University honored more than 100 teachers and seven teams yesterday for outstanding teaching to celebrate the 33rd Teachers’ Day. The award was set up to encourage teachers’ sense ...

September 11, 2017, Monday

Schoolboy turns firefighter

A student throws a fire extinguisher at a blaze in a fire drill at Qiuzhi Primary School in Xuhui District yesterday. Elementary and high schools across Shanghai took part yesterday in weeklong safety education exercises....

September 5, 2017, Tuesday

Jiao Tong and COMAC sign pact on test flights

A leading city university is playing a key role in China’s aviation industry. Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China yesterday signed a contract to jointly build ...

September 5, 2017, Tuesday

Thanks mother, it’s just what I want

A student and his mother peruse study guides at Shanghai Book City yesterday on the eve of the new school semester starting today. Guides are beloved by Chinese — or perhaps more accurately by Chinese parents — and they are especially popular as a new academic year unfolds. They are seen as an effective way to obtain good marks in a highly competitive environment. To reduce pressure on students, Shanghai Education Commission reiterated yesterday that schools must not set written exams for students in the first two weeks of term. ...

September 1, 2017, Friday

Schools prove good sports for getting fit

FOUR out of five primary and middle schools across Shanghai have opened their sports facilities to the public for free at weekends, holidays or at other times when not needed by schoolchildren. It’s ...

August 31, 2017, Thursday

Summer vacation blues for many students

NOW it’s payback time for thousands of city schoolchildren, who have been putting off doing their holiday homework. The nearly 790,000 pupils who attend primary schools in Shanghai begin the new semester ...

August 31, 2017, Thursday


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