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Shanghai • Telecommunication, Multimedia • Film, Radio, Television • Electrical, Electronic • Mechanical Engineering • Management
On July 25, 2012, the university officially changed its name to Shanghai Open University, and now offers Associate and Bachelor degrees. Bachelor degrees offered now include Public Safety Management, Mechanical Electrical Engineering, and Software Engineering. Admissions is open, though conferring of degrees is based on met requirements.
Shanghai University is one of the nation's leading research universities. The university is amongst the list of Project 211 for top national universities. It is also the biggest institution of higher learning run by Shanghai Municipality. Its three campuses are in Baoshan, Zhabei and Jiading.
Shanghai University has 28 schools and 2 independent departments, with 71 undergraduate programs, 221 master programs, 17 engineering master programs, 117 Ph.D. programs, 17 post-doctoral programs and 2 MBA programs. According to QS World University Rankings 2014, Shanghai University ranked 451-460 worldwide among universities and ranked 72 in Asia.
Shanghai • Business
ECNU is now organized into more than 22 schools, colleges, and institutes, located in two campuses throughout Minhang and Putuo. The university comprises 3 affiliated schools across the Shanghai metropolitan area: NYU Shanghai in Pudong, Asia-Europe Business School and the ECNU-UNC School of Sino-American Innovative Education in Zizhu International Education Park. ECNU also maintains a National Forest Ecosystem Observation and Research Station in Tiantong National Forest Park, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province.
ECNU is often considered to be one of the most prestigious universities in China. Sponsored by the national program "Project 211" and "Project 985", the university is a staunch force in the nation's research and innovation, and is reputed to be the "Columbia of the East".
The university also has strong ties with the China Meteorological Administration, State Oceanic Administration and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Shanghai • Business
Shanghai • Cultural Studies • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Communication
With a mission to “introduce the rest of the world to China” and “present China globally”, SISU has won an established reputation in linguistics, literary studies, comparative culture and diplomatic studies. SISU has been dedicated to providing students with a humanistic and holistic education that enables them to think globally and innovatively and make practical use of their professional knowledge and skills for smooth cross-cultural communication.
Over the past 60-plus years, SISU graduates have been contributing to the economic and social development of China and to the promotion of friendly exchange with people around the world.
SISU was among the first batch of schools admitted to the Project 211. Like its rival Beijing Foreign Studies University, SISU is known for its strict admission selection. SISU is constantly ranked among top 15 universities in China, even though it does not provide science or technology studies. The Ministry of Education has designated SISU's English Literature a National Key Subject along with the English Literature of Peking University.
Shanghai • Chemistry
Shanghai • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Economics • Business
SUFE has enjoyed a reputation of being the best finance and economics universities in China for many years. The university had been consistently ranked No. 1 in the “finance and economics” category in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008 by the Chinese university ranking (Netbig). Since 2005, the university has achieved substantial improvements in terms of research and started to gain international reputation. According to Tilburg University’s Economics Schools Research Ranking in 2012, SUFE is ranked 120th in the world, 9th in Asia and 3rd in mainland China, only after Tsinghua University and Peking University.
In 2005, SUFE introduced the academic tenure and became the first university in China to adopt this system. As of December 2012, there were more than 120 tenure-track faculty members at SUFE, of which most are Ph.D. graduates from renowned overseas universities.
Shanghai • History
Shanghai Institute of Technology (SIT) is a high-levelled, multi-disciplined, application-oriented full-time institution of tertiary education. Authorized by Chinese Ministry of Education in April, 2000, SIT was established by merging the former three institutions which had a history of over fifty years.
Shanghai • Business • Economics
Shanghai • Computer Science, Robotics • Business • Management • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Shanghai • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Bank, Insurance
Situated in Pudong New Area, SFU is near many multinational corporations and several universities. It sits on a campus with a total area of more than 45 hectares and a construction area of 25 hectares.
At present, SFU has eleven schools and six departments, offering 25 majors. The students are from 23 provinces and municipalities of mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. SFU also enrolls foreign students, with 600 from overseas. Currently the university has more than 8000 full-time students and a faculty of 717. 227 teachers hold senior professional titles and three are entitled to State Special Allowance by the China State Council.
Shanghai • Art
SIVA was established in September 2005 with the approval of the Ministry of Education. The college was founded as art and design school with an innovative system of education by Fudan University and Shanghai Media & Entertainment Group, Wenhui-Xinmin United Press Group, Shanghai Jingwen Investment Ltd., Shanghai Jingwen Properties Group, Shanghai Shenjiao Investment Co., Shanghai World Expo Group, Shanghai Cred Real Estate Stock Co., Emperor Entertainment Group Ltd, The 9 Ltd and Shanda Internet Development.
In the 15-floor CCIC tower the SIVA houses on its campus 50 Master Studios of the Beijing DeTao Masters Academy.
Management • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Cultural Studies
Shanghai • Music
In 1994, the institute was merged into a consolidated Shanghai University.
The university also annually produces the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Shanghai • Medicine, General, Internal • Rehabilitation
Shanghai • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
The university changed its name to the current name on 6 May 2008, authorized by the Ministry of Education The People's Republic of China, and the whole school was to be moved to Lingang New City in August 2008. Its former name is Shanghai Fisheries University (上海水产大学).
Shanghai • Economics • Management • Literature
Founded in 1960, SSPU is an institution of higher education featured by engineering as its main discipline, with synchronized development of multi-disciplines, including Economics, Management Science, Literature and Natural Sciences. The university provides education of undergraduates, higher vocational students, master, international students and students of adult and further education.. In 2010 SSPU was granted the qualification to enroll international students. In 2011 the university was approved by Academic Degree Committee of the State Council as the Engineering master's degree pilot work unit. In 2013， SSPU was listed in the institutions to administer "Shanghai Government Scholarships for International Students". The university offers 20 categories under 6 disciplines, with 33 undergraduate programs and 30 higher vocational programs. Its staff totals about 1,100. Currently about 17,000 students are registered at SSPU. Over the years, SSPU has established cooperative relationship with universities and institutions in the USA, the UK, Germany, France, Sweden, Finland, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, etc. and also with Hong Kong and Taiwan. Through channels such as international cooperation and bilateral exchanges, educational concepts at home and abroad and experience in education are introduced and integrated. Innovation and deepening of educational reform is promoted. Internationalization of education and educational level of the university are increased gradually.
Shanghai • Art • Urban Studies
Shanghai • Theatre
Shanghai • Medicine, General, Internal
Shanghai • Business
The school is operated under the model of segregation of administration and leadership. The board is mainly formed by the leaders of the Shanghai University, including Shanghai University's Vice-President as the Board's Chairman.
Shanghai • Computer Science, Robotics
The school undertakes around 150 projects every year with support from the Natural Science Foundation of China, the Committee of Science and Technology of Shanghai Municipal Government, the Shanghai Municipal Education Committee, as well as from many other private firms or companies. The school has also received nine national and ministerial awards for scientific and engineering advancement.
Shanghai • Art • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
The multi-storied building of Fine arts college is located in Shanghai University Baoshan Campus. The students enjoy the most advanced and convenient dormitories, beautiful campus environment and modern teaching and researching facilities.
The college consists of six departments: Art Design, Traditional Chinese Painting, Oil Painting, Sculpture, Art History, and Architectural Design. These departments offer over 200 courses in Graphic Design, Environmental Design, Industrial Design, Advertising, Traditional Chinese Painting, Oil Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking and other fields. The college offers courses on both undergraduate and graduate level, to both domestic students and students from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and other countries of the world. The College of fine art has an enrollment of 1800.
The Fine Arts College has 149 faculty and staff, among them there are 45 professors and associate professors. Many of them are excellent artists and designers who are well known both nationally and internationally. A number of outstanding artists and designers, both from home and abroad, have been hired as part-time faculty or visiting scholars. Our college also has three research institutes - the Library & Research Center, the Institute of Art Design and the Center of Public Arts. The Institute of Art Design includes an exhibition center, Cai Guanshen International Arts Exchange Center, the Arts Collection Center and the Folk Arts Research Center. The Center of Public Art includes Ceramic Studio, Glass Studio, Multimedia Studio and Printmaking Studio. State-of-the-art facilities and the most technology-advanced equipment or facilities are available to students and faculty.
The faculty and students have reaped harvest in teaching, creating and designing. Abundance art works have won awards at major arts exhibitions both from home and abroad and collected by domestic and foreign museums or galleries. A number of these outstanding works are displayed in well-known public places such as the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Shanghai Municipal Layout Institute, The Bund of Shanghai, the metro stations, the Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Educational Base for the Youth and so on.
Shanghai • Law
The school has developed into a multi-level, multi-program and multi-disciplinary law school with several unique features. The school offers a top-notch legal education to undergraduates and graduates, as well as to vocational students and adult learners.
Doctoral candidates may now choose from two tracks: sociology-social psychology and criminal sociology. At the master’s level, two programs in criminal law and constitutional and administrative law are available. One double-bachelor’s degree program is offered, and one undergraduate program featuring four concentrations is also available. Students may choose to focus on law, economic law, international law or trade and criminal justice.
Shanghai • Art • Sociology • History • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Literature
The college consist of department of Chinese, history, sociology, and archival science. The college awards 4 types of bachelor's degrees of literature & linguistics of Chinese, History, Sociology, Archival Science, and 3 types of master's degree of Chinese Contemporary Literature, Linguistics, History and Sociology.
The college consist of Chinese Culture Research Institute, Sociology Research Institute, Sociology of Aging Research Institute. In addition, the Social Research and Development Centre of Shanghai, of which the famous sociologist Mr. Fei Xiaotong took up the post of director, is affiliated to the College of Liberal Arts.
The famous writer, vice-president of Chinese Writers Association, Ye Xin is the college president. The sociologist Weizhi Deng is the dean of the institute of sociology. There are 101 full-time teachers in the institute, of which 58 associate professors and professors. The teachers were awarded more than 50 items of national or local prize of scientific research of social sciences at all levels. There are long-term academic exchange, cooperation with universities and academic research institutions of more than ten countries and regions.
At present the college takes on more than ten kinds of international collaborative project, the national social sciences planned project, Shanghai social sciences projects and horizontal collaborative project.
SUS was formerly under the direct governance of the General Administration of Sport of China and began to be jointly constructed and managed in 2001 by the General Administration of Sport of China and Shanghai Municipal Government.
Over sixty years of construction and development, SUS has grown into a multi-disciplined university with six categories of education, management, science, literature, medicine and arts featured with sport science. SUS has established a complete educational system covering bachelor, master and doctoral programs and set up the mobile station for post-doctoral research in sport science. Currently, SUS has more than 4000 full-time undergraduate students on campus, 1000 postgraduate students, 1400 overseas students, 1400 adult students, and more than 700 teaching and administration staff, among whom 82 are professors and 170 associate professors.
The establishment of ShanghaiTech is a joint effort of The People's Government of Shanghai Municipality and The Chinese Academy of Sciences Shanghai Branch.
ShanghaiTech is in cooperation with some research universities in the United States such as UC Berkeley.
Shanghai • Medicine, General, Internal
The university town was established in 2000 and foundations built in 2005. It has an area of 533 hectares or 8000 Mu. The university town area is China's biggest tertiary education hub in the mainland.
The Nordic Centre is the only joint Nordic academic institution set up in China.
Shanghai • Medicine, General, Internal
It was previously called People's Medical College of the East China Military Commanding Region. The building is adjacent to Fudan University and Tongji University and covers an area of nearly 1.1 square kilometres (270 acres). The premises have a total floor space of over 670,000 square metres (7,211,820 sq ft), including a complex of modern teaching buildings, a library, an experiment building and teaching hospitals of the first rate in China. The library itself covers an area over 11,000 square metres (118,403 sq ft) with a collection of over 500,000 book volumes.
Shanghai • Business • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Management
Established under an agreement between the Chinese government and the European Commission in Shanghai in November 1994, CEIBS was the first business school in mainland China to offer a full-time MBA, an Executive MBA and a wide range of Executive Development programs. All three programs are ranked in the world's Top 30 by the Financial Times. In 2012, CEIBS began offering a part-time MBA in Finance and coordinated with IESE Business School to launch a PhD Program. By the end of 2014, CEIBS has graduated more than 15,000 MBA and EMBA students, and provided management training for over 100,000 executives.
The school's predecessor, the China-EC Management Institute (CEMI), was launched in Beijing in 1984. After CEIBS was formally established in 1994 in Beijing in collaboration with its partners European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, it later moved to Minhang in Shanghai. Today, CEIBS has its main campus in Shanghai's Pudong district. It also has a campus in Beijing as well as facilities in Shenzhen and Accra, Ghana.
Shanghai • Medicine, General, Internal
The hospital was founded in 1907, formerly known as St. Marie Hospital (广慈医院; Guǎngcí Yīyuàn). It has a land area of 120,000 sq. meters, among which, buildings cover 245,000 sq. meters and green field, 40,000 sq. meters. The hospital boasts a number of world-recognized medical scientists and experts, including Chen Zhu, Wang Zhenyi and Chen Saijuan.
Ruijin Hospital is the largest clinical teaching center of School of Medicine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.