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Map showing locations of major universities in China

This article is a list of universities in mainland China , Hong Kong and Macau (of P.R.C.).

By May 2017, there were 2,914 colleges and universities, with over 20 million students enrolled in mainland China. [1] More than 6 million Chinese students graduated from university in 2008. [2] The ” Project 211 ” for creating 100 universities began in the mid-1990s, and has merged more than 700 institutions of higher learning into about 300 universities. Corresponding with the merging of many public universities , has been the rapid expansion of the private sector in mainland China since 1999. Although private university enrollments are not clear, one report listed that in 2006 private universities accounted for around 6 percent, or about 1.3 million, of the 20 million students enrolled in formal higher education in China. [3] As of 2018 [update] , the country has the world’s second highest number of top universities. [4]

Contents

  • 1 List of universities by provincial-level divisions
    • 1.1 People’s Republic of China
      • 1.1.1 Municipalities
      • 1.1.2 Provinces
      • 1.1.3 Autonomous regions
      • 1.1.4 Special administrative regions
  • 2 Leading and time-honored universities in China
    • 2.1 People’s Republic of China
      • 2.1.1 C9 League, China’s “Ivy League”
      • 2.1.2 35 leading universities in mainland China (by geographical regions)
      • 2.1.3 Sino-foreign cooperative universities
      • 2.1.4 Leading universities in Hong Kong and Macau
  • 3 Rankings
  • 4 See also
    • 4.1 Related lists
  • 5 References
  • 6 Further reading
  • 7 External links

List of universities by provincial-level divisions[ edit ]

People’s Republic of China [ edit ]

The following notation is used:

  • National (Direct): Directly administered by the Chinese Ministry of Education (MOE)
  • National (Other): Administered by other ministries
  • Ω ( National Key Universities ): Universities with high regards from the MOE and the Chinese government
  • Provincial: Public university administered by the province (or the autonomous region)
  • Municipal: Public university administered by the municipality
  • Private: Privately owned and funded university, or independent institution
  • Mainland-HMT: Mainland China-Hong Kong or Macao or Taiwan joint venture university
  • Sino-foreign: Sino-foreign joint venture university

The default list should follow the neutral order provided by MOE , namely the numerical order of identification codes.

Municipalities[ edit ]

  • Beijing
  • Chongqing
  • Shanghai
  • Tianjin

Provinces[ edit ]

  • Anhui
  • Fujian
  • Gansu
  • Guangdong
  • Guizhou
  • Hainan
  • Hebei
  • Heilongjiang
  • Henan
  • Hubei
  • Hunan
  • Jiangsu
  • Jiangxi
  • Jilin
  • Liaoning
  • Qinghai
  • Shaanxi
  • Shandong
  • Shanxi
  • Shenyang
  • Sichuan
  • Yunnan
  • Zhejiang

Autonomous regions[ edit ]

  • Guangxi
  • Inner Mongolia
  • Ningxia
  • Tibet
  • Xinjiang

Special administrative regions[ edit ]

  • Hong Kong
  • Macau

Leading and time-honored universities in China[ edit ]

Peking University is the first formally established modern national university of China. It was founded as Imperial University of Peking (京師大學堂) in 1898 in Beijing as a replacement of the ancient Guozijian , the national central institute of learning in China’s traditional educational system in the past thousands of years. Three years earlier, Sheng Xuanhuai submitted a memorial to Guangxu Emperor to request for approval to set up a modern higher education institution in Tianjin . After approval on 2 October 1895, Peiyang Western Study School (天津北洋西學學堂) was founded by him and American educator Charles Daniel Tenney (丁家立) and later developed to Peiyang University (北洋大學堂). In 1896, Sheng Xuanhuai delivered his new memorials to Guangxu Emperor to make suggestion that two official modern higher education institutions should be established in Beijing / Tangshan and Shanghai . In the same year, he founded Nanyang Public School (南洋公學) in Shanghai by an imperial edict issued by Guangxu Emperor . The institution initially included elementary school, secondary school, college, and a normal school. Later the institution changed its name to Jiao Tong University (also known as Chiao Tung University). In the 1930s, the university often referred itself as ” MIT in the East” [5] [6] due to its reputation of nurturing top engineers and scientists. In the 1950s, part of this university was moved to Xi’an , Shaanxi , and was established as Xi’an Jiaotong University ; the part of the university remaining in Shanghai was renamed Shanghai Jiao Tong University . These two universities have developed independently since then, along with the original Beijing Jiaotong University .

Meanwhile, Wuhan University also claimed that its predecessor Ziqiang Institute (自強學堂) was the first modern higher education institution in China. On 29 November 1893, Zhang Zhidong submitted his memorial to Guangxu Emperor to request for approval to set up an institution designed for training students specializing in foreign languages, mathematics, science and business. After Ziqiang was founded in Wuchang , not only courses in foreign languages was taught, courses in science (chemical and mining courses starting from 1896) and business (business course starting from the very beginning) were also developed at the school. [7] Later, although the school officially changed its name to Foreign Languages Institute (方言學堂) in 1902, the school still offered courses in science and business. [7] In China, there had been some earlier schools specializing in foreign languages learning, such as Schools of Combined Learning in Beijing (京師同文館, founded in 1862 [remark 1] ), in Shanghai (上海同文館/上海廣方言館, founded in 1863), and in Guangzhou (廣州同文館), founded in 1864, but few provided courses in other fields, which hardly qualified as modern education institutions. Some argued that Wuhan University can only traced its history back to 1913, when the National Wuchang Higher Normal College (國立武昌高等師範學校) was established, but Wuhan University officially recognized its establishment as in 1893, relying on the abundance of historical documentation and the experts’ endorsement. [8]

Besides, Tianjin University celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1995, which would predate the establishment of Peking University. Jiao Tong University (in all Beijing Jiaotong University , Shanghai and Xi’an ) followed in 1996. Other leading universities, such as Zhejiang University (1897), Peking University (1898), Shanxi University (1902), Nanjing University (1902), Fudan University (1905), Tongji University (1907) and Tsinghua University (1911) also recently celebrated their hundredth anniversaries, one after another.

After the Chinese Civil War , parts of some famous universities of mainland China were transferred to Taiwan : notably the National Central University and National Tsing Hua University . As a result, some universities on both sides of the Taiwan Strait share the same names.

Remark:

  1. ^ In 1902, School of Combined Learning in Beijing was merged with Imperial Capital University, now Peking University. However, Peking University never claims 1862 as its year founded. Neither does Peking University claim the year of establishing the Guozijian , which can date back more than one thousand years. Hunan University , with a similar history with Peking, often traced its history back to a school established in 976 A.D, thus giving this university a thousand years of history. See “Archived copy” . Archived from the original on 7 March 2015. Retrieved 2 February 2015.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title ( link )

    .

People’s Republic of China[ edit ]

C9 League, China’s “Ivy League”[ edit ]

Main article: C9 League

The C9 League is an alliance of nine most prestigious universities in mainland China , including Fudan University ,
Harbin Institute of Technology ,
Nanjing University ,
Peking University ,
Shanghai Jiao Tong University ,
Tsinghua University ,
University of Science and Technology of China ,
Xi’an Jiaotong University ,
and Zhejiang University . People’s Daily , an official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, and others refer to the C9 League as China’s Ivy League . [9] [10] These nine universities made up the C9 League in 2009. [11] According to QS World University Rankings 2015/16, [12] most of these universities are considered as among the top 200 universities in the world.

35 leading universities in mainland China (by geographical regions)[ edit ]

This is a table of Project 985 institutions.

Province/MunicipalityUniversity
North (9)
Beijing (7) Peking University
Tsinghua University
Renmin University of China
Beijing Normal University
Beihang University
Beijing Institute of Technology
China Agricultural University
Tianjin (2) Nankai University
Tianjin University
Northeast (3)
Heilongjiang Harbin Institute of Technology , Harbin
Jilin Jilin University , Changchun
Liaoning Dalian University of Technology , Dalian
East (11)
Anhui University of Science and Technology of China , Hefei
Fujian Xiamen University , Xiamen
Jiangsu (2) Nanjing University , Nanjing
Southeast University , Nanjing
Shandong (2) Shandong University , Jinan
Ocean University of China , Qingdao
Shanghai (4) Fudan University
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Tongji University
East China Normal University
Zhejiang (1) Zhejiang University , Hangzhou
South Central (6)
Guangdong (2) Sun Yat-sen University , Guangzhou
South China University of Technology , Guangzhou
Hubei (2) Wuhan University , Wuhan
Huazhong University of Science and Technology , Wuhan
Hunan (2) Hunan University , Changsha
Central South University , Changsha
Northwest (3)
Shaanxi (2) Northwestern Polytechnical University , Xi’an
Xi’an Jiaotong University , Xi’an
Gansu Lanzhou University , Lanzhou
Southwest (3)
Chongqing Chongqing University
Sichuan (2) Sichuan University , Chengdu
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China , Chengdu

Sino-foreign cooperative universities[ edit ]

China has a number of Sino-foreign cooperative universities, which are legally independent entities formed as joint ventures between Chinese universities and international partners. They include:

  • Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
  • Duke Kunshan University
  • NYU Shanghai
  • The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
  • Wenzhou-Kean University
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University – University of Michigan cooperative program
  • Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Leading universities in Hong Kong and Macau[ edit ]

Hong Kong (6) The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology , The University of Hong Kong , The Chinese University of Hong Kong , City University of Hong Kong , The Hong Kong Polytechnic University , Hong Kong Baptist University
Macau (1) University of Macau

Rankings[ edit ]

Some established rankings in Wikipedia:

  • Chinese Academy of Management Science
  • CUAA
  • Netbig (stopped publishing since 2013) [13]

Other rankings in external links:

  • 2017 Ranking of 2310 Universities of PR China
  • QS World University Rankings 2011/12 by QS World University Rankings
  • 2008 Chinese University Rankings (in Chinese) by Chinese University Rankings
  • Leading Universities in China by China Internet Information Center
  • 2009 Evaluation of Chinese Universities 《2009中国大学评价》 [1] (in English) by China Academy of Management Science
  • 2009 Chinese University Ranking – Sohu Education
  • Academic Ranking of World Universities by Shanghai Jiaotong University
  • China College and University Rankings 2005 , 2004, 2003 by Chinese Universities Alumni Association
  • Historical rankings by different criteria

See also[ edit ]

  • Project 211
  • Project 985
  • C9 League
  • Law schools in China
  • Education in the People’s Republic of China
  • National Higher Education Entrance Examination
  • OpenCourseWare in China
  • China Open Resources for Education
  • Association of East Asian Research Universities
  • Association of Pacific Rim Universities
  • BESETOHA
  • Global U8 Consortium
  • International Alliance of Research Universities
  • Universitas 21
  • Workshop on building top-class universities
  • Worldwide Universities Network

Related lists[ edit ]

  • List of universities in Hong Kong
  • List of universities in Macau
  • List of Christian Colleges in China
  • List of colleges and universities by country
  • List of colleges and universities
  • List of schools of Journalism and Communication in China

References[ edit ]

  1. ^ 谢沂楠. “全国高等学校名单 – 中华人民共和国教育部政府门户网站” . www.moe.edu.cn. Retrieved 2018-04-02.
  2. ^ Millions of Chinese graduates out of work after fivefold rise in university places [ permanent dead link ]
  3. ^ CHINA: Private universities enrol millions Date: 4 May 2008
  4. ^ “China has world’s second-largest number of top universities- China.org.cn” . www.china.org.cn.
  5. ^
    Linehan, Paul Michael (2018). The Culture of Leadership in Contemporary China: Conflict, Values, and Perspectives for a New Generation. London: Lexington Books. p. 128.
  6. ^
    Sullivan, Lawrence R.; Liu, Nancy Y. (2015). Historical Dictionary of Science and Technology in Modern China. London: Rowman and Littlefield. p. 375.
  7. ^ a b “自强学堂(简介)” . Archived from the original on 3 April 2013. Retrieved 12 February 2013.
  8. ^ “武大回应120年校史有史实依据 校庆活动不会改” . 武汉晚报. 2012-12-07.
  9. ^ “China’s Ivy League: C9 League” . People’s Daily. Retrieved 17 Apr 2018.
  10. ^ Sainsbury, Michael (4 November 2009). “China establishes group of Ivy League universities” . The Australian.
  11. ^ “九校签订《一流大学人才培养合作与交流协议书》 2009-10-09” . Archived from the original on 15 October 2009.
  12. ^ “QS World University Rankings 2015/16” .
  13. ^ 2013 ranking

Further reading[ edit ]

  • (in Chinese) National Colleges and Universities List (1909 institutions in total as of 18-May-2007, Location, authority and level are also given)
  • (in English) List of Chinese Higher Education Institutions — Ministry of Education

External links[ edit ]

  • MCI Approved List of Chinese universities , including official links
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      Beijing Foreign Studies University

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      Not to be confused with Beijing International Studies University .
      Beijing Foreign Studies University
      北京外国语大学
      Beijing Foreign Studies University.png
      Motto兼容并蓄 博学笃行 [1]
      Type National
      Established1941
      President Peng Long
      Academic staff
      2,428
      Students7,567
      Undergraduates 5,008
      Postgraduates 2,119
      Doctoral students
      440
      Location
      Beijing

      ,

      China
      Campus Urban
      Website http://www.bfsu.edu.cn/

      [2] Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) ( Chinese : 北京外国语大学; pinyin : Běijīng Wàiguóyǔ Dàxué), popularly known as Běiwài ( Chinese : 北外) in Mandarin and BFSU in English, is a university located in Beijing, China. It is China’s pre-eminent research university specializing in foreign studies according to recent collegiate rankings. [3] It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First Class Discipline University , with Double First Class status in certain disciplines. [4]

      As a renowned and prestigious specialist research university, BFSU was affiliated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from its establishment in 1941 to the early 1980s and was classified a key university under the Ministry of Education . BFSU is praised for offering the widest range of language studies in China: as of December 2016, there are 84 foreign languages being taught in this university. [1]

      BFSU qualified for the first round of the competition in its efforts to enter Project 211 , a university development programme launched by the Ministry of Education in 1996. [5]

      Contents

      • 1 Schools and departments
        • 1.1 Teaching Institutions
        • 1.2 Research centers
      • 2 References
      • 3 External links

      Schools and departments[ edit ]

      Teaching Institutions[ edit ]

      • International Business School (IBS)
      • School of International Relations and Diplomacy (SIRD)
      • School of English and International Studies (SEIS)
      • School of Law (BFSULAW)
      • School of English for Specific Purposes (SESP)
      • School of European Languages and Cultures (SELC)
      • School of International Journalism and Communication (SIJC)
      • School of Asian and African Studies
      • School of Arabic Studies
      • School of Russian
      • School of Marxism
      • School of Chinese Language and Literature
      • School of Art and Research
      • Graduate School for Translation and Interpreting
      • Department of French
      • Department of German
      • Department of Spanish and Portuguese
      • Department of Japanese
      • Department of Computer Science
      • Department of Physical Education

      Research centers[ edit ]

      • National Research Center for Foreign Language Education [6]

      This centre has so-called corpus researchers. [7] They have compiled corpora, such as simple Chinese English learners’ corpora, and parallel corpora of Chinese-English translation. They have some corpora on the CQPweb. [8] [1]

      • Center For Central And Eastern European Studies
      • Center For Japanese Studies
      • British Studies Center
      • Canadian Studies Center
      • National Research Center For Development Of Language Aptitude
      • Beijing Cultural Exchanges And World Culture Research Base
      • Joint Innovative Center For Outbound Of Chinese Culture
      • China Language Assessment
      • Institute For Global History
      • Beijing Center For Japanese Studies
      • National Research Center Of Overseas Sinology
      • Research Institute Of Foreign Literature
      • Research Institute Of Foreign Languages
      • Institute Of International Studies
      • World Language And Culture Research Center
      • Center For Public Diplomacy Studies
      • Research Center Of The United Nations And International Organizations
      • Center For Chinese And Foreign Anti-Corruption Legal Research
      • Information Center For Worldwide Asia Research
      • Institute For Higher Education
      • BFSU Center For Education Law
      • African Language And Culture Studies Center
      • Silk Road Research Institute
      • BFSU Center For Intellectual Property Law
      • BFSU Zayed Center For Arabic Language And Islamic Studies
      • Center For Deutsche Culture
      • Russian Language Center
      • Center For International Dispute Settlement
      • Center For American And English Legal Studies
      • BFSU Off-Campus Law Training Base
      • BFSU Canadian Studies Center
      • BFSU Center For Belgian French Studies
      • Quebec Studies Center
      • BFSU Swiss Studies Center
      • Center For Translation Language And Culture
      • Center For East-West Relations
      • Center Of Gender And Global Studies(CGGS)
      • Research Center For Business English
      • Center For Cross-Cultural Management Studies
      • Center For Institutional And Industrial Studies
      • Research Center For Corporate Organization And Strategy
      • Center For Management Studies
      • Research Center For World And National Economics
      • Institute Of International Finance And Business
      • Center For G20 Studies
      • Center For Central And Eastern European Studies
      • Finnish Studies Center
      • National Research Center For Online Foreign Language Education
      • Center For West Asian And African Studies
      • Center For Southeast Asian Studies
      • Center For ROK And DPRK Studies
      • Korean Language Teaching And Research Center
      • Center For South Asian Studies
      • Sirindhorn Institute Of Language And Culture
      • Malay Research Center
      • Chinese American Literature Research Center
      • Center For Linguistics&Applied Linguistics Of The School Of English And International Studies
      • Center For English And American Literature
      • American Studies Center
      • Center For Translation Studies
      • British Studies Center
      • Australian Studies Center
      • Irish Studies Center
      • Canadian Studies Center
      • International Communication Studies Center
      • Intrer-Cultural Studies Center Of The School Of English And International Studies, BFSU
      • Center For Diaspora And Transnational Studies
      • Committee For Teacher Professional Development, SEIS
      • Institute Of World Economy
      • Institute Of Philosophy And Culture
      • BFSU Center For Yijing And Confucius Studies
      • Center For Culture Industry
      • Information Center For International Chinese Teaching
      • Center For Comparative Literature And Inter-Cultural Studies
      • BFSU Research And Development Center For International Chinese Teaching Resources
      • Research Center For English For Specific Purposes
      • China-Canada Culture And Education Exchange Center
      • Sri Lankan Studies Center
      • Indonesian Studies Center
      • Center For Latin Language And Culture
      • Polish Studies Center
      • Center For Omnimedia Studies
      • Center For Media Ethics And Policy Research
      • Mexican Studies Center
      • Research Center For Francophone Countries And Regions
      • Center For Nordic Studies
      • China-Africa Center For Law Studies
      • Research Center Of Contemporary French Literature

      References[ edit ]

      1. ^ a b c “简介” . Beijing Foreign Studies University. Retrieved June 24, 2014.

      2. ^ “Beijing Foreign Studies University | BFSU English-Beijing Foreign Studies University | BFSU English” . global.bfsu.edu.cn (in Chinese). Retrieved 2018-03-15.
      3. ^ “高校排名:2014年中国语言类大学排行榜” . Retrieved 30 September 2015.
      4. ^ “教育部 财政部 国家发展改革委 关于公布世界一流大学和一流学科建设高校及建设 学科名单的通知 (Notice from the Ministry of Education and other national governmental departments announcing the list of double first class universities and disciplines)” .
      5. ^ “网站地图—中国教育在线” . www.eol.cn. Retrieved 2018-09-03.
      6. ^ “中国外语教育研究中心” . www.sinotefl.org.cn. Retrieved 2016-02-25.
      7. ^ “Home Page | 北外语料库语言学” . www.bfsu-corpus.org. Retrieved 2016-02-25.
      8. ^ “CQPweb Main Page” . 111.200.194.212. Retrieved 2016-02-25.

      External links[ edit ]

      • Homepage
      • English homepage
      • Pictures of the campus
      • Unofficial student forum

      Coordinates : 39°57′15″N 116°18′15″E / 39.95417°N 116.30417°E / 39.95417; 116.30417

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