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China University of Geosciences

China

Ranking
355th US-News World Ranking

China University of Geosciences History                                         

China University of Geosciences also known as CUG is a Chinese higher education institution located in Wuhan, Hubei Province. The university was established in 1952 as Beijing Institute of Geology in Beijing and was moved to Wuhan in 1971. The university currently enrols over 26000 undergraduate and graduate students.

China University of Geosciences Programs, Courses, and Schools

China University of Geosciences offers a range of undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide range of subjects including Earth Sciences and Resources, Material Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Geophysics, Geomatics, Marine Sciences and Technology, and Mechanical Engineering.

China University of Geosciences also offers programs in Automation, Economics, Business Management, Foreign Languages, Geography, Information Engineering, Geology, Public Administration, Arts and Communication, Marxism, Physical Education, and Computer Sciences.

China University of Geosciences Campuses

China University of Geosciences is based across two urban campuses in the city of Wuhan in Hubei Province, China. The university’s main campus is centrally located and houses the administrative headquarters. The newer campus is located in the Future Technology City outside the city center of Wuhan and houses ultra modern facilities for students.

China University of Geosciences offers a range of services to students which include lecture theatres and classrooms, research laboratories, libraries, student housing, and sports facilities. The campus is also home to the renowned Yifu Museum which comprises of mineral and rock specimens in addition to dinosaur fossils.

China University of Geosciences Achievements

China University of Geosciences is ranked amongst top 1000 universities in the world in Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021. The university was also placed amongst top 250 universities in Asia by Times Higher Education.

China University of Geosciences is ranked 43rd globally to study Geology by QS World University Rankings by subject. QS Top Universities also placed the university in 571-580 bracket in its World University Rankings. The university is also accredited by Ministry of Education of The People's Republic of China.

China University of Geosciences USP

China University of Geosciences is home to 7 key national and provincial level laboratories which attract a number of researchers and doctoral students from all over the country. The university is also classified as one of few Chinese Ministry of Education Double First Class Discipline Universities.

China University of Geosciences also offers a number of scholarships to assist students with tuition fee costs in addition to a range of financial aid programs sponsored by the Chinese Government. The university has rigorous admission policies and has a low acceptance rate.

China University of Geosciences Notable Alumni

Ouyang Ziyuan (Chinese researcher), Wang Yanxin (President of the China University of Geosciences), Wang Anshun (Chinese Politician), and Gao Ling (Olympic Gold Medallist).

China University of Geosciences Application Requirements

3.2
GPA
35
IB
80
Percentage

China University of Geosciences Cost of studies

Fees

Undergraduate: RMB 22,000

Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

China University of Geosciences Deadlines

Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific requirements

China University of Geosciences Rankings

Global

355
US News
571 -580
QS
401 -500
Shanghai
801 -1000
Times Higher Education
502
GTU Rank

Regional

China
19
US News
52
QS
72
Shanghai
26
Times Higher Education

Regional

Asia
56
US News
173
QS
144
Times Higher Education

Regional

BRICS
151
QS

Regional

Emerging Economies
133
Times Higher Education
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