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Chinese, Japanese students study at CLSU
PAO | 08/12/2016 09:24:00 am

The international students with President Abella and other key officials.

Thirteen students from Hunan Agricultural University in China are studying at the University this first semester of SY 2016-2017. A number of them will enroll BS in Language and Literature, and Master in Language and Literature; while the rest will enrol agriculture-related courses.

CLSU and Hunan Agricultural University have an existing strong linkage which provides for faculty and staff exchange, among other matters.

A Japanese student, on the other hand, is also studying in CLSU for one year specifically at the College of Agriculture.

Central Luzon State University (CLSU) President, Dr. Tereso A. Abella (7th from left), poses for a souvenir photo with Mr. Aries Toledo (center, in green jacket), CLSU student from the College of Fisheries (CF), who grabbed the gold medal in Decathlon durin...

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The university yields a total of 444 mid-year graduates from the undergraduate and graduate levels who will march for their diplomas on February 10.

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