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CUEB Finishes 2018 Undergraduate Early Admission in Beijing

Author:Translated by Wang Qi,Proofread by Li Bing Editor:Wan Chenfang Publish:2018-07-16 Size:TTT

From July 12th to 13th, CUEB finished the 2018 undergraduate early admission in Beijing.

In the B category of advance enrollment in Beijing, CUEB enrolled students for joint domestic and international training programs. The total number of planned enrollment was 110 students, with an actual enrolment of 109 students, reaching an enrollment rate of 99.09%. CUEB planned to enroll 42 students in liberal arts subjects, and actually admitted 41 students, all of whom were enrolled by the first choice university. The vacant spot was in the Pinggu District program. The highest score 643 points, was earned by a student in Chaoyang District majoring in investment (joint training program with the University of International Business and Economics); while the minimum admission score, 595 points, was earned by a student in Fangshan District majoring in advertising (joint training program with the Communication University of China); the average score was 618.61 points. CUEB planned to enroll 68 students in science and engineering programs, and actually admitted 68 students. The highest score, 631 points, was earned by a student in Haidian District majoring in Finance (Financial and Regulatory Technology) (joint training program with the Central University of Finance and Economics); while the minimum enrollment, 545 points, was earned by a student in Pinggu District, majoring in investment (joint training program with the University of International Business and Economics Double); the average score was 600.28 points.

In the C category of early admission in Beijing, CUEB enrolled students of Beijing rural special program. The university planned to enroll 45 students and actually admitted 45 students, all of whom were enrolled by the first choice university. The number of students admitted to liberal arts programs was 19, with a maximum score of 611 points, a minimum score of 581 points, and an average score of 595.53 points. The number of students in science and engineering programs was 26, with a maximum score of 609 points, a minimum score of 563 points and an average score of 580.85 points.

The above data was subject to the final release of the Beijing Education Examination Authority.

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