Study in China with Shanghai University
Shanghai University History
Shanghai University is a public research university situated in Shanghai, China. It is one of the leading research universities. It was Founded in 1922 was the outcome of the cooperation between the Nationalist Party also known as Kuomintang and the Communist Party. A notable member of Kuomintang, Yu Youren, was the first president of the university. During World War II the old campus was destroyed. Again the Republic of China government re-established Shanghai University in 1983.
Shanghai University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Shanghai University provides a lot of courses such as 71 undergraduate programs, 221 master programs, 17 engineering master programs, 17 post-doctoral programs, 2 MBA programs, 28 schools, 117 Ph.D. programs, and 72 research institutes. The University is rich in the arts, laws, social science, mechanics, mathematics, physics, chemistry, life science, computer science, material science, environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, and electronic engineering. It also has joint graduate programs in literature, economics, and law with the Shanghai branch of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Shanghai University Campuses
Shanghai University has three campuses which are in Baoshan, Jing'an and Jiading districts. The layout of Shanghai University conforms to the shape of "One Body, Two wings". One Body represents the main campus which is situated in Baoshan District of Shanghai. "Two wings" represents Yanchang Campus and Jiading Campus. Yanchang Campus is located in the Jin'an District of Shanghai. Jiading Campus is in Jiading District of Shanghai.
Shanghai University Achievements and USP
Shanghai University offers different types of scholarships that are offered to international students by Shanghai University such as Confucius Institute Scholarships, Shanghai Government Scholarships, and Chinese University Postgraduate Program Scholarships. It is for the students who wish to study at Shanghai University. Some scholarships are government scholarships and some are awarded by Shanghai University.
Shanghai University Notable Alumni
Yang Shangkun (4th President of the People's Republic of China), Bo Gu (senior leader of the Chinese Communist Party and a member of the 28 Bolsheviks), Wang Jiaxiang (senior leaders of the Communist Party of China in its early stage and a member of the 28 Bolsheviks), Xu jishen (senior commander of Chinese Workers' and Peasants Red Army)
Shanghai University Application Requirements
Shanghai University Cost of studies
Bachelors: RMB 21,000 to RMB 39,000
Masters: RMB 26,000 to RMB 89,000
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Shanghai University Deadlines
Bachelors: June 30
Masters: June 30
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.