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Capital University of Medical Sciences

BeijingMedicine, General, InternalUrology, Nephrology

Capital University of Medical Sciences (S: 首都医科大学, T: 首都醫科大學), also known as CUMS, CCMU or CMU, is a university in Beijing, China, which was originally called Beijing Second Medical College (北京第二醫學院).

Capital Medical University (CMU) was founded in 1960, with the original name of Beijing Second Medical College (北京第二醫學院). It ranks among the top academic medical institutions in China and is considered as one of the key municipal universities in Beijing. The founding President, Professor Wu Jieping, was a world-renowned urologist, member of both the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering. The current President is Professor Lu Zhaofeng.

CMU consists of 10 Schools, 14 affiliated hospitals and 1 teaching institution. The university and the affiliated hospitals have a staff of about 20,000. Among the staff, there are 6 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences or the Chinese Academy of Engineering, over 1,000 professors, and over 2,000 associate professors. The university has over 9,000 enrolled students. CMU provides a wide range of educational programs for Doctorates, Masters, Bachelors and certificates.

The faculty physicians at CMU train annually several thousands of clinical residents and fellows. Also, the faculty members also provide continuous medical education to physicians and other health professionals through seminars, teaching rounds, and tutorials on and off campus. Over the years, the university has graduated a large number of academic leaders and general practitioners for Beijing and the whole country.

CMU is a well known academic institution for its strong competence in the scientific research. It hosts many national and municipal key disciplines, laboratories and some exchange stations for post-doctoral research. High-caliber national and municipal research and training centers and institutes are founded here, covering a wide range of fields including General Practitioner Training, Clinical Medicine, Basic Medicine, Neurosciences, Ophthalmology, Geriatrics, Urology, Cardiology, Pain Medicine, Toxicology, Biomedical Engineering, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reproduction, Health Policy and so on. We have achieved national and international recognitions in many areas such as Neurobiology, Cytobiology, Immunology, Medical Iconography, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Cardiology, Cardio-vascular Surgery, Kidney Transplantation, Respiratory Disease, Digestive Medicine, Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology and Pediatric Hematology, among others.

CMU provides excellent international exchange programs. It has partnerships and agreements with many universities and institutions with more than 20 countries and regions, supporting activities such as faculty and student exchange programs, joint education and joint research projects.

CMU is proud to be at the forefront in the medical education, biomedical research and patient care. It is committed to bring the latest knowledge in basic and clinical sciences for peoples’ care.
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Beijing International Studies University

BeijingManagementTourism, Catering, Hostelry, Restaurant IndustryCultural StudiesLanguages, Philology, Linguistic StudiesEconomicsPolitical Science

The Beijing International Studies University (BISU) is a public teaching and research university based in the city of Beijing, China. Founded in 1964, it was part of the national initiative to promote tertiary foreign language education. The institute grew out of a 1956-established subsidiary of Xinhua News Agency and has developed into one of the most notable universities of foreign languages and cultural studies in China. Today, the University pioneers in the fields of tourism studies, hospitality management and international trade. It maintains links with national institutions including the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the National Tourism Administration. In addition, it holds formal collaborative agreements with more than 140 universities and academic institutions of about 40 countries spanning the continents, providing a wide range of study opportunities for inbound and outbound students alike. According to the China Education and Research Network, the University is ranked fourth for the most satisfactory international admissions and services among Chinese universities.

BISU sits primarily in the central east of Chaoyang District, home to the city's CBD and the majority of foreign embassies. It is broadly organised into four academic divisions—Arts, Management, Economics and Political Sciences—within which there are 19 main departments and institutes, facilitated with numerous research centers, laboratorties, interdisciplinary units and supporting services.

Guanghua School of Management

BeijingBusinessManagementMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The Guanghua School of Management (or Guanghua; Simplified Chinese: 光华管理学院) is the business school of Peking University in Beijing, China. The school offers undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs, with a total enrollment of more than 3,000 students.In addition to full-time academic programs, the School runs an EMBA program and MPAcc program, as well as several other non-degree, customized Executive Education Programs. Guanghua was ranked #54 in the top 100 Global MBA rankings by the Financial Times for its International MBA program, and #8 for its Master of Finance program in 2012. It has consistently been regarded as one of the top business schools in China, often recognized for faculty research, academic teaching, and admission selectivity. Notable members of the faculty include celebrated economists Li Yining and Zhang Weiying. The school’s current dean is Hongbin Cai.

The school is staffed with about 100 full-time teaching faculty members. Some universities represented by recently recruited faculty members are Harvard, Oxford, Yale, University of California, Berkeley, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, Brown, and Purdue. The School offers Undergraduate, Specialized Master and Doctoral programs, with a total enrollment of more than 3,000 students. Guanghua won first place as the most Influential MBA of China in a ranking conducted by the World Executive. In the 2009 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report the school was ranked 19th in the Asia Pacific region. In addition to full-time academic programs, the School also runs an EMBA program and MPAcc program, as well as several other non-degree Executive Development Programs.
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Beijing International MBA at Peking University

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Beijing International MBA at Peking University or (BiMBA) (simplified Chinese: 北大国际; traditional Chinese: 北大國際; pinyin: Běidà Guójì) is both an internationally and nationally top-ranked graduate business school of Peking University in Beijing, China. It was founded in 1998 by Justin Yifu Lin as a collaboration between Peking University and a consortium of Jesuit universities, led by Fordham University in the United States. Vlerick Business School in Belgium joined BiMBA in 2008 and is currently the degree-granting university. BiMBA is operated by the National School of Development (NSD), formerly known as China Center for Economic Research at Peking University. The school offers a range of MBA programs from full-time, to part-time, and executive MBA programs. Current Dean of BiMBA Mr. Yang Zhuang said in an article with the Chinese news website money.163.com that the value of BiMBA's education lies in its "internationalization". BiMBA has a very traditional Chinese atmosphere in terms of its building structures, however 30-40% of enrolled students in its full-time MBA program comes from abroad, and more than 80% has academic backgrounds from established foreign institutions. The diverse atmosphere coupled with a focus on smaller classes stimulates the students to reflect with one another and actively participate in class.

BiMBA's full-time MBA program is consistently ranked 2nd by Forbes magazine for China's Best business school, and its part-time program is ranked second, only behind Peking University's older Guanghua School of Management. BiMBA was ranked 11th by QS Global 200 Business Schools 2012 in the Asia & Australia Region. Businessweek has called BiMBA program "An MBA with a heart".
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China University of Political Science and Law

BeijingLaw Political Science

China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL; Chinese: 中国政法大学; pinyin: Zhóngguó Zhèngfǎ Dàxué) is a university in Beijing, People's Republic of China. CUPL is ranked at 151-200 by the 2015 QS BRICS university ranking. CUPL has two campuses, one in Haidian, which is the original campus of the university, and the other located in Changping, Beijing. The university's Haidian campus now hosts postgraduate students only, while undergraduates study at a much larger campus in Changping District, in the outer suburbs of Beijing. It is the largest institute in the world for legal education.

At present, CUPL comprises 12 schools, with 21,325 students and more than 1,400 faculty members, of whom 342 are professors and associate professors. CUPL maintains a broad international exchange program, with approximately 600 foreign students from 14 countries.
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Peking University

BeijingArchitecture History

Peking University (abbreviated PKU and colloquially known by the Chinese as Běidà 北大; Chinese: 北京大学, pinyin: Běijīng Dàxué), is a major Chinese research university located in Beijing and a member of the C9 League. It is the first modern national university established in China, founded as the "Imperial University of Peking" in 1898 as a replacement of the ancient Taixue or Guozijian, or Imperial Academy. It also served as the highest administration for education in China at the beginning of its founding. By 1920, it had become a center for progressive thought. Alongside Tsinghua University, Peking University is consistently ranked as the top higher learning institution in mainland China. In addition to academics, Peking University is especially renowned for its campus grounds, and the beauty of its traditional Chinese architecture.

Throughout its history, the university has educated and hosted many prominent modern Chinese thinkers, including figures such as: Lu Xun, Mao Zedong, Gu Hongming, Hu Shih, Li Dazhao, and Chen Duxiu. Peking University was influential in the birth of China's New Culture Movement, May Fourth Movement, the Tiananmen Square protest of 1989 and many other significant events.
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Peking University

BeijingArchitecture History

Peking University (abbreviated PKU and colloquially known by the Chinese as Běidà 北大; Chinese: 北京大学, pinyin: Běijīng Dàxué), is a major Chinese research university located in Beijing and a member of the C9 League. It is the first modern national university established in China, founded as the "Imperial University of Peking" in 1898 as a replacement of the ancient Taixue or Guozijian, or Imperial Academy. It also served as the highest administration for education in China at the beginning of its founding. By 1920, it had become a center for progressive thought. Alongside Tsinghua University, Peking University is consistently ranked as the top higher learning institution in mainland China. In addition to academics, Peking University is especially renowned for its campus grounds, and the beauty of its traditional Chinese architecture.

Throughout its history, the university has educated and hosted many prominent modern Chinese thinkers, including figures such as: Lu Xun, Mao Zedong, Gu Hongming, Hu Shih, Li Dazhao, and Chen Duxiu. Peking University was influential in the birth of China's New Culture Movement, May Fourth Movement, the Tiananmen Square protest of 1989 and many other significant events.
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Law School, Renmin University of China

BeijingLaw

Renmin University of China Law School, formerly Renmin University of China Department of Law, is the school of law under Renmin University of China. It was founded as the Department of Law in 1950 and renamed to Law School in 1988. According to evaluation reports of Ministry of Education of China in both 2004 and 2009, Renmin University of China Law School ranked 1st among law schools in China. Its current dean is Han Dayuan, Honorary Dean is Zeng Xianyi, Deputy Deans are Long Yifei, Liu Mingxiang, Hu Jinguang, and Wang Yi.

After its founding in 1950, RUC Law School became the first institution of higher legal education in the People’s Republic of China and, as such, is dubbed by many as the "cradle" nurturing China's most outstanding jurists. RUC Law School inherited the vaunted tradition of the former Chaoyang University when the two schools merged shortly after the founding of the PRC. Established in 1912, Chaoyang University became so synonymous with legal practice in China that the saying went: “no Chaoyang, no courts”.

Chaoyang University's legacy of producing nationally recognized jurists endures in the RUC Law School of today where students and faculty continue to lead the development of China’s legal system. Since 1950, more than 20,000 students have graduated from RUC Law School, while more than 300,000 jurists have received training from the Law School as continuing education students, judges, procurators, lawyers, university faculty members, and civil servants. A significant number of alumni have become leaders in advancing China’s rule of law as government officials, judges, academics, public interest and corporate lawyers.

At present, RUC Law School educates more than 3,000 students annually with graduate students accounting for approximately 80% of the student body. The Law School confers undergraduate (LL.B.) and graduate degrees (LL.D. and LL.M.) in all secondary disciplines of law, including one national first-level key discipline and four national second-level key disciplines. RUC Law School also offers a Bachelor's Degree in Law with a concentration in Intellectual Property Rights. Authorized by the State Council of China, the Law School established the nation’s first post-doctoral research center covering all doctoral subject areas.

RUC Law School’s 43 research institutes carry-out numerous projects of national—and international—importance. These research institutes include two Ministry of Education sponsored humanities and social science research centers, the Research Center for Criminal Jurisprudence, the Research Center of Civil & Commercial Jurisprudence, and the RUC Center for Disabled Person's Law & Legal Services. RUC Law School’s expansive library houses more than 300,000 volumes, including over 50,000 foreign language sources. There are over 1,300 Chinese and 3,000 foreign law journals available to students, faculty and visiting scholars. RUC Law School edits and publishes the nation’s leading law journal, the ‘Jurists’ Review’, as well as the ‘RUC Law Review’ and the ‘Chaoyang Law Review’. The Law School also publishes an internationally distributed English law journal, ‘Frontiers of Law in China’, which connects an English readership with the swiftly shifting trends that define China’s contemporary legal landscape. In efforts to make our scholarship more readily available to an increasingly internet-based society, the Law School runs a nationally recognized website entitled ‘China Civil & Commercial Law’.

As part of the Law School’s ongoing commitment to serving the public good, professors in RUC Law School have advised the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the National People's Congress Standing Committee.
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Renmin University of China

BeijingEconomics Law

Renmin University of China; RUC, also known as People's University of China (simplified Chinese: 中国人民大学; traditional Chinese: 中國人民大學; pinyin: Zhōngguó Rénmín Dàxué), colloquially Renda (Chinese: 人大; pinyin: Réndà), is a major research university situated in the Haidian District of Beijing. The university was founded by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in 1937. RUC has leveraged its close relationship with the communist party ever since to become renowned within China for social sciences and social policy, with its Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies listed in official media as one of China's top ten most influential think tanks. Many graduates of RUC have risen high within the communist party, and the university is home to many outstanding scholars in law, economics, and journalism.

People's Public Security University of China

Beijing

People's Public Security University of China (Chinese: 中国人民公安大学) is a university in Beijing, China. It was founded in 1948 and is directly under the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China.

The purpose of the university is built for the training of elite police officer and is ranked as the best Chinese police academy after it merged with People's Police Cadre University of China in 1998. In terms of ranking it is followed by Shenyang Criminal Police Academy.

PPSUC has a law school, a department of foreign languages, literature, criminal investigation, criminology, management, information security, traffic control, forensic science, etc. Many Chinese overseas UN peacekeepers, after field service experience, are from the CPPSU, in particular the Foreign Languages Department. Its graduates have found employment in the Ministry of Public Security, Provincial Police Department, Municipal Police Department and other legal institutions at all levels in China.

The PPSUC now has two campuses, one at Muxidi and the other at Tuanhe.

PPSUC has a law school, a department of foreign languages, literature, criminal investigation, criminology, management, information security, traffic control, forensic science, etc. Many Chinese overseas UN peacekeepers, after field service experience, are from the CPPSU, in particular the Foreign Languages Department. Its graduates have found employment in the Ministry of Public Security, Provincial Police Department, Municipal Police Department and other legal institutions at all levels in China.

The PPSUC now has two campuses, one at Muxidi and the other at Tuanhe.

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