Shandong University History
Shandong University was established in the year 1901 as Shandong Metropolitan University. With multiple changes and development, it gained its name in the 1970s. In the year 2000, Shandong University merged with its medical and technological university emerging as a large scale institution.
Shandong University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Shandong University has over 30 schools with a varied range of fields of study. These courses are offered for bachelors, masters, doctoral and research-based courses. There are 104 bachelor programs, 209 master's programs, and 127 doctoral degree programs. An added feature is that there are 7 professional master's courses in fields of law, business management, engineering, clinical medicine, public health, dentistry, and public administration. Shanghai University is well known for its teachings in liberal arts and history.
Shandong University Campuses
Shandong University consists of a total of 7 campuses namely Central Campus, Hongjialou Campus, Baotuquan Campus, Qianfoshan Campus, Xinglongshan Campus, Ruanjianyuan Campus, Weihai Campus and Qingdao Campus. The Weihai Campus is the only campus that is not located in Jinan. The campuses have been fancied in architecture and are covered with greenery thus creating a positive environment for the students.
Shandong University USP
In the year 2010, Shandong University through the National Education Conference brought an Education Planning Outline. Through this historic starting point, the University aims to provide space for new talents, a broader range of learning in academics and better implementation of research. The University is also planning to internationalize these aspects and aim for becoming one among the higher ranking Universities across the globe.
Shandong University Notable Alumni
James Veneris (American soldier in the Korean War who defected, English professor), Feng Yuanjun (Writer and scholar of Chinese classical literature and literary history), Gao Heng (Pioneer in the modern interpretation of the I Ching, corresponded with Mao Zedong), Ji Xianlin (Linguist, paleographer, historian, writer)
Shandong University Application Requirements
Shandong University Cost of studies
Bachelors: RMB 26,000
Masters: RMB 32,000
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Shandong University Deadlines
Bachelors: June 30
Masters: June 30
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Shandong University Rankings
Lixia, Jinan, China, 250000,China