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发布时间:2014-12-18 浏览次数:

 

Recently, it has been very difficult to find a place in campus not filled with the hot topic of changing majors. There are thousands of graduates departing from SCUN and at the same time nearly the equal number of freshmen will get into it. Even though students all have received the admission letters, not everyone is distributed to his “ideal major” as expected. The group of “being distributed” students emphasize the significance of chances that they may change their major and then lead to their dream direction.

 

 

Changing majors is not optional. Student who wants to change his major must get through a series of tests to prove he is excellent enough to own the qualification of changing majors. In the end, only a small part of students could finish the whole procedures to be allowed to another major, Even so, there are still a great number of students want endeavor every year.

 

 

Why are they so desired? There is an old saying: “All roads lead to Rome”, whichdoesn’t mean one is willing to bury him in a knowledge system that he even doesn’t have any interests in. As a major partly determines one’s future life, including careers, status, wealth, and happiness index,  the social tend is that more and more people prefer to regard selection of major in university more important than the college diploma. It can be undeniable that this is a good phenomenon. What’s more, if one is working on his ideal major, he will be able to meet with plenty of students who have the similar interests and may not feel too lonely. So the distributed students’ eagerness can make sense.


A human-based university usually can provide students with a chance of changing their life. When there is a rare chance, you should try your best to grab it. What if your dream will come true someday?

 

(Editor: Li Xing Source: English Net)

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