You receive a letter in the mail. "Congratulations! You have been accepted by … University."
Although this kind of wording might have been commonplace years ago, these days, straightforward acceptance letters for universities in China have gone out of style. Universities' competitiveness does not only depend on rankings, but also creativity; and that starts with the acceptance letter.
The following Chinese universities had the most creative acceptance letters among their home rivals this year:
|The message notifys accepted students in an "arch" style. [xsnet.cn]|
Located in Nanjing, the capital city of eastern China's Jiangsu Province, Nanjing University of Science and Technology is one of the key national universities.
This year, accepted students are notified in an "arch" style, similar to customer communications from Taobao, China's largest online shopping site. 'Taobao Style' frequently uses the character 'qin', a term of endearment, to create a feeling of closeness with the subject.