The NYU Shanghai Bursar office is unable to provide students that receive financial aid refunds denominated in RMB until midway through the semester, due to only one person processing the refunds, OCA Editor Alexandra Mathew reports.
In the fall semester, the registrar’s office announced they would be revoking the petition for a third semester abroad. A few juniors have now been granted a third semester abroad, OCA News Editor Isabel Adler reports.
“I am also the second child of my family,” Chancellor Yu addressed the crowd with a smile, brandishing his flute of champagne. “So I understand how a ‘second child’ is feeling. But you [all] have done very well.” The Class of 2018 begins commencement activities.
“Having a global emphasis on law education is crucial as the world is becoming increasingly interconnected and business becomes more globalized,” said Gracie Smith, one of the second-year law students in the program, when she sat down with OCA Writer Billy Chan.
OCA News Editor Isabel Adler reports that China will begin issuing a five year, multiple entry work visa to “ethnic Chinese living outside of China.” These changes will apply to anyone born in China that has obtained foreign citizenship and children of present or former Chinese citizens.