Instruction to Course Registration

2020-02-17& 次浏览

To all overseas students:



You must have been informed that our university has delayed the opening of the semester because of the novel coronavirus. However, in order to reduce the impact to a minimum, course registration, exemption and study of some courses will still carry on on line during the delayed periods.


Before course registration you should get well prepared by following instructions.

You should download the attached files for reference, including “Information of Courses for Overseas Student” “School Calender” “Manual of Software Applications for On-line Courses” “Guide to Course Selection for International Students” “Instructions to Exempt Courses” ,and etc..


If the course you attend is going to be carried out on line, you should download and learn the software application as required by the course teacher.


If you have difficulties in attending courses on line, you may contact the teachers for help or register and attend the course next year.


If you have any question, you can contact us by e-mail: pyb@swjtu.edu.cn.


Course Registration


Courses will begin from Feb 24th. The system will open two times for course registration or alternation.


The first one is from 9:00 a.m. of Feb. 22nd to 6:00 p.m. of Ma

r. 8th; the second one is from 9:00 a.m. of Mar. 16th to 6:00 p.m. of Mar. 22nd.


(Note:The timetable is not 100% fixed for there would be some changes about the time of some courses. Please be alert to the timetable in your system account.)


You should register courses as the steps in the instructions. Keep in mind that selecting courses into study plan does not mean registering courses successfully.

Master students do remember to register “Academic Report” and “Scientific Research Practice” and PhD students should register “Academic Report” and “Frontier Academic Lectures”.


You should register the appropriate class of Chinese Language as the same as that appointed by the teachers.


You had better use Google Chrome to translate the website.


Course Exemption


Attention: you should make the course that you want to exempt into your personal study plan, but you MUST NOT register it!


The system for Public Course Exemption will open from 9:00 a.m. of Feb. 22nd to Mar. 16th. The exemption condition of each course is as the followings:

1.Basic ChineseⅠ

Having passed HSK Level 3 or Having obtained the credit   of the course with the same level

2.Basic ChineseⅡ

Having passed HSK Level 3 or Having obtained the credit   of the course with the same level

3.Intermediate Chinese Ⅰ

Having passed HSK Level 4 or Having obtained the credit   of the course with the same level

4.Intermediate ChineseⅡ

Having passed HSK Level 4 or Having obtained the credit   of the course with the same level

5.Advanced ChineseⅠ

Having passed HSK Level 5 or Having obtained the credit   of the course with the same level

6.Advanced Chinese Ⅱ

Having passed HSK Level 5 or Having obtained the credit   of the course with the same level

7.China Overview

Having obtained the credit of the same course. Official academic record is   required.



Provost Office of Graduate School

Feb. 17th, 2020



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