An average Chinese high school Graduate became super scholar in New Zealands world-ranked university Mr.Zhang Cheng Yang was a student from Chengdu, Sichuan. His senior high school grades were ranked middle, with few honors out of all the subjects. His 2010 college entrance examination scores were between first and second class lines,he and his parents felt that rather than studying in second class Line College or universities in China (rank 200-299 in China), it was better to study abroad to receive a better education. Therefore, although he later received a letter of acceptance from a second class line domestic institution, he [...]
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Monday, 1 February 2016, 11:14 am Press Release: Lincoln University Special pathway leads to success Anna Yu Dong is one of the first graduates from a special collaborative 3+1+1 pathway devised by Lincoln University and the New Zealand College of Business (NZCB). The pathway enables people from partnered institutes with three year bachelor’s degree-equivalent qualifications to get subject-specific preparation for one year in a NZCB’s Level 7 Diploma in Business Administration, and then seamlessly integrate into a Lincoln one-year-master’s degree specialised in agribusiness and commerce professions — hence ‘3+1+1’. After three years study at Chengdu Institute Sichuan International Studies University (CISISU) [...]