Beijing Normal University Background
Beijing Normal University, is a famous research university established in Beijing, China. It gives priority to basic disciplines of the humanities and sciences. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China and was known by the Chinese Ministry of Education as a Double First Class University. The University was built in the early twentieth century.
Beijing Normal University Programs and Courses
In total, the university has fifty-five undergraduate degree programs, one hundred and sixty-two master programs, and 100 doctoral programs. Sixteen of them are honored as "national key disciplines", including 5 general disciplines and 11 specialized disciplines, and are recognized as among the top-ranked programs in China.
Beijing Normal University Campuses
Beijing Normal University's current campus was built in 1954. It is located in northwest downtown Beijing in Haidian district, between the second and third ring roads, and is the closest of all Haidian universities to Tiananmen Square, site of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests during which several BNU students were involved as student leaders.BNU's campus hosted the U.S. Olympic Team during the 2008 Beijing Olympics
Beijing Normal University Ranking
Beijing Normal University was ranked at number 252 in the world and 7th in China by the QS World University Ranking. It was ranked 7th-12th in China by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Beijing Normal University Alumni
Notable alumni of the University include Mo Yan, writer, 2012 Nobel Literature Prize laureate, Liu Xiaobo, writer, and human right activist, 2010 Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Chai Ling, dissident and student leader of the 1989 Tiananmen protests.
Beijing Normal University Programs
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Bachelors: March 31
Masters: May 30
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Beijing Normal University Rankings
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