International School organized the Welcome Party for 2017 International Students
On September 15, International School held a grand welcome party for 2017 international students and warmly welcomed international students to Beijing Film Academy.
First of all, Li Ran, Dean of International School, Mi Jing, Vice Dean, and Li Jin, Vice Dean, on behalf of Beijing Film Academy, welcomed new international students to study in Beijing. Those three teachers introduced their own division of labor, and wished international students to study and live happily in Beijing.
Teachers of International School introduced themselves
After that, two student representatives, Cao Jiafan, a British student, and Chen Lixia, an Italian student, spoke on behalf of all international students. They reviewed their connections with film and the course in which they endeavored to be admitted to the academy. At the same time, they also wished all new international students could realize their own movie dream here and the Chinese dream.
Cao Jiafan, a representative of new students spoke at the party
Chen Lixia, a representative of new students spoke at the party
Officer Li from Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau Exit-Entry Administration explained laws and regulations of China on visa, traffic safety, anti-drug and other aspects in front of all international students. He wished every international student studying in Beijing to be safe and happy.
Officer Li introduced laws and regulations to international students
The teacher responsible for international student management showed the film jointly created by graduates from Beijing Film Academy and presented to the students a full pass of 2017 Asian University Student Film Festival; he welcomed students to actively participate in relevant activities organized by Beijing Film Academy. Finally, the whole event ended in the self-introduction of the students.
According to statistics, in the fall semester of 2017, Beijing Film Academy students enrolled 170 students from 47 foreign countries and regions, and the total number would reach 170 people, of which 30% were from the Belt and Road countries.