On 15 July, the Department of Social Welfare at the School of Psychology and Social Welfare held an 'Exchange Meeting for Enrolled Students and Graduates', the first face-to-face meeting in four years, at which 41 graduates working in welfare and medical institutions, government and private companies participated and shared their own experiences with the university students.
The 85 students who attended the event listened intently to the graduates talk about their work, how rewarding it is, how they prepared for national examinations and job hunting, and how they spent their time during their studies, and actively asked questions. Some said they were encouraged by the advice given by their seniors, and others said they felt the time passed very quickly and wished they could have heard more.
At the homecoming ceremony held afterwards, the graduates were very excited to see their friends again. Some graduates were unable to attend the graduation ceremony due to the pandemic, and they talked with their fellow classmates who had studied at the university with the same aspirations, and had a chance to reconfirm their approach to the work they do.