Chinese parents surrounding a New York University Shanghai staff member inquire about application procedures during a school information session yesterday. — New York University Shanghai began accepting 2014 enrollment applications yesterday, expanding its recruitment scope to all Chinese mainland students, according to a school information session held yesterday.
The country’s first Sino-US joint venture university opened in September with an enrollment of 300 students.
In 2014, it will also recruit 300 students — 151 from the mainland and 149 from overseas.
This year, the university recruited students from 10 provinces or municipalities, but for 2014 students from anywhere on the mainland can apply.
Yesterday’s session attracted about 250 Chinese parents and high school students from across the country.
The school uses an all-English teaching environment and Western-style education.
The tuition fee remained unchanged at 100,000 yuan [db:内容2]