Study in China with Peking University
Peking University is a public university which was established in 1898. The university is located in Haidian District, Beijing, China. The university is the first national university in Chinese modern history. The university also served as the highest administration for education in China at the beginning of its founding. The University has a campus in Shenzhen and comprises a Shenzhen Graduate School.
Peking University consists of five faculties: Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Medicine, and Information and Engineering. The University has 53 colleges and departments and offers 120 undergraduate programs, 242 graduate programs, and 212 doctoral programs.
Peking University has more than 42,655 students which include15,628 undergraduate students, 27,027 graduate students, and 8134 doctoral students. The University has 3574 long-term international students from 116 different countries enrolled in various programs on campus. The university has more than 7,317 faculty members.
Peking University’s library is the largest university library in Asia, with a collection of 9.0195 million books, as well as Chinese and foreign journals and newspapers. The library also serves as a comprehensive modern information center. The university has 11 national key laboratories, 86 state key laboratories, 2 national engineering research centers and 8 affiliated hospitals and health centers. The university provides scholarship opportunities to the students on the basis of academic excellence.
Notable Alumni: Lin Yutang (Chinese writer, linguist, inventor, and translator), Fei Xiaotong (sociologist and anthropologist), Liang Shuming (philosopher)
Peking University Programs
Peking University Application Requirements
Peking University Cost of studies
Bachelors: 26,000 RMB
Masters: 29,000 RMB
P.h.D.: 32,000 RMB
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Peking University Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.