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SUSTech Student Wins the Supreme Prize Again in National English Competition for College Students

SUSTech Student Wins the Supreme Prize Again in National English Competition for College Students

The 2018 National English Competition for College Students (NECCS) finals – China’s largest and most comprehensive English language contest – were held on May 20. It is the only national college students’ English language competition jointly sponsored by the Higher Education Department of the Ministry of Education and the Foreign Language Teaching and Research Association of the University. The Guangdong Final, divided into four student categories, took place at the Guangzhou University of Finance and Economics campus, with approximately 45 colleges and universities and a total of 289 students participating. SUSTech undergraduate Zhao Yanchu achieved 117.5 points (out of 150 points), an outstanding result and was awarded the Supreme Prize in the C category (non-English majors), ranking second out of 208. She is also qualified for the oral English contest final and will participate in it on June 3.

(Student Zhao Yanchu and Instructor Liu Lisha)

Within the last two years, SUSTech undergraduates not only have won the supreme prizes, but also topped the supreme prize candidates’ lists in this competition. Such excellent results reflect the quality of CLE small group classes’ teaching and one-to-one contest preparation tutoring.