Views on South University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) have been divided on whether to consider it a rebel or a contributor to the Chinese educational system. The Shenzhen-based university operates differently than other colleges, with English as the official language on campus and the ability of the administration to process students’ applications individually. The university made headlines when five years ago, 45 high school students across China rejected the National College Entrance Examination, showing support to the then-newly-built SUSTech. What has the university done during the past years? What goals has it met? CCTVNEWS revisited SUSTech to find out about the journey of the university that has been surrounded with controversy.
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