AHMU Students of Sino-Foreign Cooperative Education Program Start Their New Life of Study in the U.S.

update:2018-09-11views:13

Recently, 16 third-year students majoring in medical testing technology (Sino-Foreign Cooperative Education Program) at AHMU have arrived safe and sound in batches at Converse College and Arkansas State University in the United States. After enrollment, they started a new life of studying abroad.

The students were warmly welcomed and attended the opening ceremony as well as the orientation meeting there. Besides, students at Arkansas State University were invited to the president’s house for a party, while the students at Converse College went to their teacher's house for a get-together. These students will be in the United States for a two-year study of medical technology, gaining insight into the teaching, research and employment of medical technology in the United States. Hoping to adapt to the campus life in the U.S. as soon as possible, they promise to study hard to live up to the expectations of their alma mater and families.
It is reported that 2016-batch of students majoring in medical testing technology (Sino-Foreign Cooperative Education Program) is the second batch of students admitted to such program at AHMU. A total of 16 students have been offered the admission and visa and went to the United States to complete their later two-year undergraduate study. Among them, 12 students study at Converse College and 4 others study at Arkansas State University.