As a basic code of conduct that shall be observed by the people, etiquette is an external expression of moral accomplishment. The grasp and observance of the basic etiquette regulations will play a positive role in improving the comprehensive quality of foreign students (hereinafter referred to as the “students”) and setting up a good morality. Therefore, the Regulations is hereby formulated according to the actual situation of this university for the students to observe and implement consciously.
1. Appearance & Dressing Etiquette
1.1 As the university students are in the studying period, the appearance and dressing shall keep simple, decent, clean and tidy.
1.2 Male and female students can have different hair styles but shall be appropriate. Heavy makeup and strange hairstyles are strictly prohibited.
1.3 The students shall not wear slippers, waistcoats or shorts in public places.
1.4 Don’t wear jewelry in unconformity with the student identity.
2. Studying & Living Etiquette
2.1 Class etiquette
2.1.1 The students shall enter the classroom 10 minutes before class, turn off the communication tools such as mobile phone, get everything ready for class and sit upright to wait for the teacher respectfully. After the bell rings, please stand up to show the respect for the teacher. Remember to dress neatly when having classes in the classroom.
2.1.2 In case of special circumstances, a student entering the classroom after the teacher begins the class shall behave in a civilized way: Stop at the door of the classroom and then say “May I come in?”. If the door is closed, please knock at the door gently first, and then enter the classroom with the permission of the teacher. After entering the classroom, the student shall explain the reason for being late to the teacher and speak sincerely. The student shall not be seated until getting the permission of the teacher. When walking to the seat, please walk quickly and quietly not to affect other people or even have any funny behavior. After sitting down, please immediately focus the attention and listen to the teacher quietly. In a word, the students who are late shall minimize the influence on the class order caused by being late.
2.1.3 Please listen carefully and keep quiet in the class. Don’t snack, chat, play the mobile phone or do other activities irrelevant to the teaching in class.
2.1.4 Please respond to the questions of the teacher correctly and politely in class. When standing up and answering the questions, please have decent standing posture and expression. Don’t make funny behaviors to draw a laugh deliberately. Please speak clearly and brightly. Don’t speak too low so that the teachers and students can’t hear clearly. If the student doesn’t come up with an answer to the question raised by the teacher, please stand up and describe the true condition to the teacher regrettably. Don’t get in a word at will when other student answers a question of the teacher. If any student actively answers a question or asks a question to the teacher, please hand up first and then stand up to answer a question or ask a question of the teacher with the permission of the teacher.
2.1.5 Don’t leave early. Under special circumstances, the students can only leave the classroom in advance with the permission of the teacher.
2.1.6 When the bell for finishing a class rings, please stand up and actively let the teacher go first. Remember to leave the classroom in a civilized and orderly way. Don’t get crowded.
2.2 Self-study etiquette
2.2.1 Please turn off the mobile phone when reviewing your lessons in the classroom, library or reading room.
2.2.2 Don’t talk, snack, chat, play the mobile phone, or do other things affecting the other people when reviewing your lessons in the classroom. Please keep the classroom quiet.
2.2.3 Please throw the scratch paper in the garbage can rather than in the classroom at will. Remember to keep the classroom clean.
2.2.4 Don’t crave or scratch on the desks and chairs. Please cherish the public properties.
2.2.5 The student who comes late shall walk quietly not to affect other people.
2.2.6 The student shall voluntarily talk outside the classroom when a stranger is looking for him.
2.2.7 Please cherish the books, observe the disciplines and keep the indoor environment quiet and tidy when reading in the library and the reading room.
2.3 Eating etiquette
The dining hall is a place for the students to get together. Please pay attention to the following etiquettes consciously:
2.3.1 Please line up consciously when buying a meal in the dining hall; if there is a disabled student, please actively let him buy first.
2.3.2 Please save food, eat in a civilized way and don’t make a racket.
2.3.3 Please respectively put the dishes, leftovers and rubbish in designated places after eating to keep the eating place clean and respect the labor of the employees in the dining hall.
2.3.4 Please cherish public properties in the public place.
2.4 Student dormitory etiquette
The student dormitory is the main place for the students to study, live and carry out activities. Besides actively following the administrative regulations on the student dormitory, the students shall also pay attention to the following etiquettes:
2.4.1 Don’t make a racket, wrangle or whistle in the passage of the dormitory; please get in and out of the bed gently after going to sleep in the evening; and please use a headset or turn down when listening to the radio (sound recorder, CD Player, etc.) not to affect the rest of other people.
2.4.2 Please stand up and actively say hello when a teacher or a guest goes into the dormitory.
2.4.3 Don’t use or move other people’s articles at will. Please properly place and store the personal articles.
2.4.4 Please consciously maintain and actively clean the dormitory and passage. Please place the clothes in order and beautifully. The changed clothes shall be cleaned and dried timely.
2.4.5 Please actively concern and take care of the sick students.
2.4.6 Please consciously observe the work-and-rest system and cherish public properties.
2.4.7 Please pay attention to saving electricity and water and not to damage all the equipment in the collective dormitories. If something is accidentally damaged, please voluntarily admit it and make compensation.
2.5 Campus etiquette
The campus is the main place for both the students and the teachers to carry out activities. Please pay attention to the following etiquettes:
2.5.1 Please cherish the campus environment and don’t spit on the floor, throw paper scraps, peels and other sundries, or damage the public facilities in the campus.
2.5.2 Don’t make a racket in the teaching area for fear of affecting the teaching order.
2.5.3 The students who ride a bike shall actively get off and push the bike in the studying and living area to guarantee the safety of other students.
2.5.4 Please actively say hello to the teacher and make the teacher go first politely.
2.6 Activity etiquette
2.6.1 Please line up, enter the site and take a seat in a designated place on time when participating in a mass gathering. Don’t be absent or late without due reason. If any leader or guest is present at the meeting, please give a standing ovation. In the meeting, please give enthusiastic applause in due time. Please observe the order, keep clean and listen carefully on the site. Don’t leave before the meeting is over, read newspapers, have a loose tongue, spit on the ground or throw sundries. Be sure to keep the site clean. When the meeting is over, please make the leaders, guests and teachers leave first.
2.6.2 When participating in all kinds of competitions held by the university, school (department) and class, please consciously observe the regulations, respect the rivals, obey the referee, and take part in the competitions in a civilized way. Be sure not to kick up a fuss by the opportunity and disturb the normal competition order.
3. Communication and conversation etiquette
3.1 Etiquette when having a conversation with the teacher
3.1.1 The student shall actively make the teacher sit down when having a conversation with the teacher. If the teacher doesn’t sit down, the student shall talk with the teacher while both standing. If the teacher permits the student to sit down, the student can sit down and talk with the teacher.
3.1.2 No matter the student is standing up or sitting down, the student shall always have a regular posture, stare at the teacher and listen to the teacher carefully when talking with the teacher.
3.1.3 If the student doesn’t understand the words of the teacher or has different opinions, please consult the teacher modestly and sincerely until he gets to know rather than hiding the questions.
3.2 Etiquette when the students enter the office
3.2.1 Please knock at the door or report before entering the office of the teacher. The students shall not enter the office until obtaining the permission from the teacher.
3.2.2 No matter the teacher is looking for a student or a student has something to ask the teacher, please politely leave the office with the permission of the teacher after finishing.
3.2.3 Don’t move the office articles at will when a student is in the office.
3.3 Conversation etiquette among students
3.3.1 Please speak sincerely and modestly in a gentle intonation. Don’t strike an attitude.
3.3.2 Please listen to the talk of the students carefully. Don’t disturb other students’ words easily. If you want to break in or ask a question, please say hello first.
3.3.3 If the classmates say something improperly or wrong, please point out earnestly and politely without hurting the self-esteem of such students.
3.3.4 Please talk sincerely and honestly and express your true opinions about something.
3.3.5 Don’t make a compliment to somebody at random or say something which makes others feel sad and shamed and uncivilized bestial words.
3.4 Communication etiquette between heterosexual students
3.4.1 Male and female students study and meet together in the university. In order to get along better with each other and establish a normal classmate relationship, both male and female students shall treat others with courtesy, mutual respect and mutual help.
3.4.2 In the process of communication among male and female students, the male students shall behave in a refined and civil manner and the female students shall be gentle and cultivated.
3.4.3 During the communication between heterosexual students, a permission shall be obtained from the female students in advance. The behaviors and conversations shall be civilized, decent and polite. Please don’t talk for a long term and remember to keep a certain distance between each other.
4. Internship & Employment Etiquette
4.1 Practice etiquette
Probation and internship are key links for the students to learn basic skills before going to work. Besides observing the rules and regulations of the probation and internship units as well as the university, the student shall also pay attention to the following etiquettes:
4.1.1 The students taking a probation and internship shall dress neatly rather than slovenly according to the requirements of the probation and internship units.
4.1.2 Please come early and leave late and keep diligently in legs, hands, eyes and brain to set a good image.
4.1.3 Please learn modestly, study assiduously and respect the instructors.
4.1.4 Please reasonably use all kinds of probation and internship instruments as well as office supplies to ensure being clean, honest, self-disciplined, diligent and thrifty.
4.1.5 The students taking a probation and internship in the hospital shall consider the patients as relatives and shall not increase the pains of the patients for the purpose of studying technologies. Please keep all the secrets and privacies of the patients, learn to do ideological work of the patients and enhance the confidence of the patients to conquer the disease.
4.1.6 Please make efforts to cultivate noble professional ethics.
4.2 Leaving etiquette
When the students graduate and leave the university, please leave the university in a civilized way to ensure safety, civilization and order. On the eve of leaving, please say goodbye to teachers and classmates and present parting words to each other; do some meaningful things for this university, and set a good example for the brother-sister-school students. Be sure not to kick up a fuss, cause troubles or damage public properties by the opportunity.