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Southeast University
Southeast University
(simplified Chinese: 东南大学; traditional Chinese: 東南大學; pinyin: Dōngnán Dàxué, SEU), colloquially Dongda (Chinese: 东大; pinyin: Dōngdà) is a public research university located in Nanjing, Jiangsu
Jiangsu
Province, China. It was part of one of the oldest universities and the first coeducational university in China.[4] It is a member of both Project 985
Project 985
and Project 211, and sponsored by the Ministry of Education of China
China
aiming to become a well-known world-class university.[4] SEU has been ranked among the top 20 research universities in China,[5][6] and among the top 300 in the world.[7] In the official subject ranking conducted by the Ministry of Education of China, SEU has been ranked top three nationally in 8 fields including architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, art history, civil engineering, electronic engineering, transportation engineering and biomedical engineering.[8] Its source Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
(三江师范学堂), was established in 1902 as a modern university on the campus of an academy which dates back to 258. In 1921, the school changed its name to National Southeast University
Southeast University
(国立东南大学) and became the second national university in China, and in 1928 was renamed to National Central University
National Central University
(国立中央大学) , the nation's flagship university.[9] After the KMT government lost Nanking to the Communist Party of China, the university was renamed as National Nanking University
Nanking University
(国立南京大学) in August 1949 and later simply as Nanking University
Nanking University
(南京大学) , to renegade its former relationship with KMT.[10] In 1952, many departments were divested of the original Nanking University as part of the adjustment of higher education, initiated by the communist government. Its engineering school, the largest school in terms of faculty number and student enrollment,[11] stayed in its original campus and form Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology ( 南京工学院 , renowned as one of the Big Four Institutes of Technology ) , which renamed Southeast University
Southeast University
in 1988.

Auditorium of Southeast University

Contents

1 History

1.1 Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
(三江师范学堂) (1902–1905) 1.2 Liangjiang Normal College (两江师范学堂) (1905–1911) 1.3 National Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School (1915–1923) 1.4 National Southeast University
Southeast University
(国立东南大学) (1921–1924) 1.5 National Hohai Technology University (1924–1927) 1.6 National Central University
National Central University
(国立中央大学) (1927–1949) 1.7 National Nanjing
Nanjing
University (国立南京大学) (1949–1952) 1.8 Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology (南京工学院) (NIT, 1952–1988) 1.9 Southeast University
Southeast University
(东南大学) (1988 – present)

2 Academic

2.1 Rankings

3 Campus 4 Schools and departments 5 Notable people and alumni

5.1 Politicians 5.2 Scientists 5.3 Others

6 References 7 External links

History[edit]

The Juniperus chinensis from Six Dynasties

The Imperial Nanjing
Nanjing
School, the highest educational institution of kingdom, as the predecessor, was founded in CE 258 in the period of the Three Kingdoms. The imperial school enjoyed the same campus with the current Southeast University
Southeast University
since the 14th year of Hongwu
Hongwu
reign (CE 1381) in Ming dynasty. Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
(三江师范学堂) (1902–1905)[edit] At the end of the 19th century, under the domination of Qing Dynasty, the Chinese society was under the situation of domestic trouble and foreign invasion. 1901, the Qing government began to reform under this situation, and in 1902 issued 'The imperial rules for colleges', and adapted the new modern education system. On May, 30th of the same year, the Liangjiang governor Kunyi Liu submitted a document of preparing colleges to the Qing government, proposing to open normal college in Jiangning (now: Nanjing). In February 1903, the following Liangjiang governor Zhidong Zhang submitted a proposal to open Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
to government, and authorize Quansun Miu as a representative to Japan for investigation, who later was norminated as the inspector of Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
and responsible for the project preparation. In September 1903, Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
was officially started. Liangjiang Normal College (两江师范学堂) (1905–1911)[edit]

Liangjiang Normal College

Due to the ambiguous meaning of the college name which led to several disputes, the Sanjiang Normal College
Sanjiang Normal College
was named as Liangjiang Normal College in 1905. The year after, Ruiqing Li was nominated as the principal, who closed the junior normal subjects, and added the public subjects, professional subjects, and also created the first hand-painting subject in China. Until 1907, there had already been Geography-History department, Chinese-Foreign Language Department, Mathematic-Physics- Chemistry Department, and Agriculture Department. At the end of 1911, due to the breaking out of Xinhai Revolution, Liangjiang Normal College was almost closed. National Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School (1915–1923)[edit] On 15 July 1914, Guojun Han nominated Qian Jiang as the principal, who was responsible for the starting up of Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School in the same site of Liangjiang Normal College. Qiang Jiang employed a U.S scholar Bingwen Guo as the dean of teaching, Rong Chen as the advisor, and sent both of them to the Europe to investigate the education system and recruit new teachers. On 10 September 1915, Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School was officially started. In December 1919, Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School formally recruited 8 female students and 50 more female visiting students, being the first school in China
China
allowing both females and males to study together. The Polytechnic Faculty was established by the school in 1916.

National Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School, built in 1909

National Southeast University
Southeast University
(国立东南大学) (1921–1924)[edit] In September 1918, Guo Bingwen was the president in the south division. On 7 April 1920, Guo Bingwen proposed at the school meeting in the South high-division, in favor of the foundation of the " Southeast University
Southeast University
Preparatory Committee.",based on the founder of a national university. In September, Guo Bingwen proposed to the State Council and the Ministry of Education to apply for the establishment of Southeast University, and in December it was approved. On 6 June 1921, the Board of Southeast University
Southeast University
was established, Guo Bingwen as president, and the university was officially opening in September. In December, the school council decided that Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School would be incorporated into the Southeast University. Southeast University, based on the foundation of Nanjing
Nanjing
Normal Higher School, until 1923, had possessed arts and sciences, Education, engineering, agriculture, business totaling more than 20 lines in 5 subjects. Based on the Polytechnic Faculty of Nanjing
Nanjing
Higher Normal School, the Engineering
Engineering
School of National Southeast University
Southeast University
was established in 1921. National Hohai Technology University (1924–1927)[edit] In 1924, the Engineering
Engineering
School of National Southeast University merged with the water conservancy school Hohai Engineering
Engineering
School to form National Hohai Technology University, with Mao Yisheng
Mao Yisheng
as president. National Central University
National Central University
(国立中央大学) (1927–1949)[edit] In 1927, National Hohai Technology University along with several other schools merged with National Southeast University
Southeast University
to form the later National Central University. National Nanjing
Nanjing
University (国立南京大学) (1949–1952)[edit] At the beginning of 1949, some professors did not flee to Taiwan. In April 1949, the People Liberation Army occupied Nanjing
Nanjing
and the Nanjing
Nanjing
Military Committee took over the National Central University. On Aug, 8th, 1949, The name of National Central University
National Central University
was changed to National Nanjing
Nanjing
University, until October 1950, the name was changed to Nanjing
Nanjing
University again. Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology (南京工学院) (NIT, 1952–1988)[edit] In 1952, People's Republic of China
China
began a national adjustment of its colleges. In Nanjing, the adjustment was mainly on Nanjing
Nanjing
University and University of Nanking. Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology was formed in the original site of National Central University
National Central University
from the previous Engineering
Engineering
School (at the time, the biggest school) of Nanjing University and engineering departments of University of Nanking, including Chemistry Department and Electrical Machine Department. Later there were also some relevant subjects from Jiaotong University, Zhejiang
Zhejiang
University, Shandong
Shandong
University, Xiamen University, Fudan University, and Private Jiangnan University merged into Nanjing Institute of Technology. Southeast University
Southeast University
(东南大学) (1988 – present)[edit] In June 1988, Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology was renamed as 'Southeast University', starting to convert from a technology institute to a technology-featured comprehensive university. As of 2000, the name Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology is used by a different institution. In 2000, Nanjing
Nanjing
Railway Medical College and two other schools were merged into Southeast University. Academic[edit]

Rankings

National

ARWU[12] 12

Wu Shulian[13] 14

Global

ARWU[14] 201–300

US News[15] 384

QS[16] 501–550

THE[17] 501–600

National by Subject (MOE)[8]

Art history 1

Biomedical engineering 1

Transport engineering 1

Architecture 2

Electronic engineering 2

Landscape architecture 2

Civil engineering 3

Urban planning 3

Zhongda Hall, the building of SEU School of Architecture

Mei'an, the building of SEU School of the Arts

Mengfang Library, built in 1923

A place in Southeast University

Southeast University
Southeast University
is one of only 32 universities directly administered by the Chinese Department of Education, which are considered the top class universities in China. The university has 16,000 undergraduate students and 10,000 graduate students in over 30 schools and departments. The admission to SEU is very competitive. Normally the university enrolls top 2% high school students from nationwide to its undergraduate programs, and top 5% undergraduate students to its graduate program. Most students are recruited by engineering or some big schools such as School of Mechanical Engineering, School of Energy & Environmental Engineering, School of Information Science & Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, School of Computer Science & Engineering, School of Economics & Management, as well as School of Transportation Engineering. The rest students are enrolled by some smaller schools and departments like School of Automation, School of Electronic Science, and Department of Physics. There are about 5,600 faculty members in Southeast University. Among all the faculty members, there are 8 members of Chinese Academy, 25 "Changjiang Scholars", 1 fellow of State Department Degree Committee, 9 members of State Department Degree Committee, 31 distinguished national youth research scientists, 7 members (ranking 2nd nationwide) of "863 Projects" expert committee, and 57 excellent Department of Education research scientists. The university has 64 undergraduate programs, 206 master programs, 109 doctoral programs, as well as 15 postdoctoral research sites. In the most recent official rankings summary, 6 programs are top 5 and another 6 programs are top 10 nationwide. Especially the School of Biomedical Science & Engineering
Engineering
ranks first place. The university has a top research ability. There are 10 National First-class Academic programs, 6 potential National First-class Academic Programs. 3 National Research Labs, 1 National Professional Lab, 2 National Engineering
Engineering
Research Centers, and 7 Department of Education First-class Labs. In 2006, the research funds for the university is 600 million Chinese Yuan, which lists the 7th place in the country. Rankings[edit] Southeast University
Southeast University
is one of the top 100 universities in scientific research and development in China.[18] It has over 20 national or provincial research institutes, with a number of key research bases. Over the last decade, it has completed more than 1000 research projects, of which over 500 have been awarded the national, provincial or municipal science and technology prizes. Its research fund exceeded 1.1 billion yuan in 2010, which placed 11th nationwide. The SEU Architecture
Architecture
Design and Research Institute, which is one of the few national first-class design institutes, has undertaken various major projects. The SEU-affiliated Zhongda Hospital was set up in 1935 and rated as "Class A Grade 3" by the Ministry of Public Health. In 2007, Southeast University
Southeast University
was listed 443rd among world universities.[19] In 2010, according to a leading scientific journal "Nature" (Nature Publishing Index 2010 China), the report ranked Southeast University as the 8th among all domestic research institutes.[20] In 2010 QS top university ranking, it was ranked: 87th overall among Asian universities[21] 76th in engineering and I.T. among Asian universities[22] 301–350th in engineering and I.T worldwide[23] In 2016, Southeast University
Southeast University
was ranked 201-300 in ARWU
ARWU
World University Ranking, and 20th in ARWU
ARWU
Field - Engineering
Engineering
Ranking.[24] In 2017 Chinese national university ranking edited by Wu Shulian, Southeast University
Southeast University
was placed 14th in the national university ranking in China, together with other 22 universities as China's top-tier national universities.[25] Campus[edit]

West Gate of Jiulonghu Campus

There are 3 main campuses of Southeast University
Southeast University
namely Sipailou Campus, Jiulonghu campus and Dingjiaqiao campus. Sipailou (Xuanwu District) and Dingjiaqiao campus (Gulou district) are in Nanjing
Nanjing
city and Jiulonghu campus in suburbs of Nanjing( Jiangning District). The Sipailou Campus of Southeast University
Southeast University
is the flagship campus that is inherited from National Central University. It is located at 2 Sipailou, Nanjing, China. In 1988, Pukou Campus which located in Pukou Campus across the Yangtze River
Yangtze River
was opened as another site mainly for the education of first and second year students (freshman and sophomores). However, in 2008 Pukou Campus was separated from Southeast University
Southeast University
and was then acquired by Cheng Xian Institute. In 2001, SEU acquired three other colleges in Nanjing. They are: Nanjing
Nanjing
Railway Medical College, Nanjing
Nanjing
College of Advanced Transportation, as well as Nanjing
Nanjing
Advanced School of Geology. Nanjing Railway Medical College became the School of Medicine
School of Medicine
at Southeast University after it merged with SEU. The medical school is located in Dingjiaqiao. In 2005 when Jiulonghu Campus which located in Jiangning District
Jiangning District
was founded, the authority of Pukou Campus was transferred to the Chengxian College of Southeast University. Most of the undergraduate students and master students are studying at Jiulonghu Campus currently. After Jiulonghu Campus was opened, the Sipailou Campus basically includes some most important research institutes and administrations of the university. Jiulonghu Campus is situated in the south of the Jiangning Technology Development District, to the east of Suyuan Avenue, west of Shuanglong Street, and south of Jiyin Street. It is around 20 kilometers away from the Sipailou Campus, with an area of 3749mu. The architecture design of Jiulonghu Campus follows the basis of Southeast University's culture, characterized in the combination of public teaching and research which compromises the merit of Chinese and Western styles, forming a green and active university community. The total building area in Jiulonghu Campus is 574 thousand square meters with the investment of 1.6 billion yuan. Schools and departments[edit]

Office of President Education Foundation University history Chien-Shiung Wu Memorial Hall Galileo training and application research center General Alumni Association of Southeast University School of Architecture School of Mechanical Engineering School of Energy & Environment Engineering School of Information Science & Engineering School of Civil Engineering School of Electronic Science & Engineering Department of Mathematics & Applied Mechanics School of Automation School of Computer Science & Engineering Department of Physics School of Biological Science & Medical Engineering School of Material Science & Engineering School of Economics & Management School of Electrical Power Engineering School of Foreign Languages School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering School of Transportation Engineering School of Instrument Science & Engineering School of Art School of Humanities School of Law School of Medicine School of Public Health Department of Physical Education School of Continuing Education College of Software Engineering Cheng Xian College College of Integrated Circuit Wu Jian Xiong (CHIEN-SHIUNG WU) College

Notable people and alumni[edit] Politicians[edit]

Chiang Kai-shek
Chiang Kai-shek
(蔣介石), President of Republic of China Huang Wei (黄卫), vice chairman of Xinjiang
Xinjiang
Uygur Autonomous Region, the former Vice Minister of Construction (Civil Engineering) Zhenya Wang, Australian senator

Scientists[edit]

Prof. Zhang Zhushan, Chemist Wu Chien-Shiung
Wu Chien-Shiung
(吳健雄), world-famous physics scientist, known as the "Oriental Marie Curie", with β-decay experiments demonstrating that in the weak interaction, symmetry is not conserved (Physics) Huang Weilu (黄纬禄), national "bombs and one satellite" hero, Imperial College, University of London Master Radio (Electrical Engineering) Ren Xinmin (任新民), the state "bombs and one satellite" hero, Master of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, Engineering Mechanics, PhD (Chemical Engineering) Mao Yisheng
Mao Yisheng
(茅以升), Famous Bridges expert Zhou Ren (周仁), Metallurgy and ceramics scientists Liu Dunzhen, Architects, pioneer in the Chinese Architectural History, pioneer in the study of ancient buildings in China, a major founder of modern Chinese architecture, the important education pioneer. One of the "Master of Architecture
Architecture
Five." Yang Tingbao (杨廷宝), Architects, architectural educators, one of the pioneers of modern architectural design in China Qi Kang (齐康), famous Architects Wu Liangyong
Wu Liangyong
(吴良镛), Architects Jian Bai Xia (夏坚白), mapping scientists Fang Jun (方俊), Geophysicists Chen Wenxi (陈文禧), Machinery expert Yang Liming (杨立铭), Nuclear physicist Shu Guangji (舒光冀), materials scientist Wu Zhongwei (吴中伟), Materials scientist Qian Zhong Han (钱钟韩), Automatic control scientist Zhang Zhongjun
Zhang Zhongjun
(张钟俊), Control theorists Ni Shanda (倪尚达), Electronic scientist Hu Minggui (胡名桂), Electronic scientist name Qian Feng Zhang (钱凤章), Electronic scientist Tian Binggeng (田炳耕), Electronic scientist He Zhenya (何振亚), Information scientists Liu Shenggang (刘盛纲), Electronic scientist Yu Wei (韦钰), Electronic scientist Xia Pei Su (夏培肃), Computer scientists Ni Guangnan (倪光南), Computer scientists Huang Yushan (黄玉珊), Aviation scientist Gao Hong (高鸿), Chemist Liang Xiaotian (梁晓天), Chemist Min Enze (闵恩泽), Chemical scientist Shi Jun (时钧), Chemical scientist Jin Baozhen (金宝桢), Mechanics Scientist Min Guirong (闵桂荣), space technology experts Ding Henggao (丁衡高), Small scale high-precision machinery expert Yang Huanming
Yang Huanming
(杨焕明), Genetics experts He Lin (贺林), Geneticist Zhengxu Zhao (赵正旭),Chief scientist of space mission visualization & control, Professor & Fellow of British Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) Hans-Werner Gessmann
Hans-Werner Gessmann
(汉斯沃勒格斯曼), Prof. Prof. h.c. Dr., Clinical Psychologist, founder and pioneer of humanistic psychodrama

Since the foundation, Southeast University
Southeast University
has cultivated dozens of faculties for Chinese Academic of Science and National Academic of Engineering. Therefore, here not to list all. Others[edit]

Yung Ho Chang
Yung Ho Chang
(张永和), Owner of ' Architecture
Architecture
Prize' awarded by American Academy of Arts, Faculty of the U.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Architecture
Architecture
(Department of Architecture, 81) Yuan Chun: Graduate from Southeast University, studied in Germany, a pioneer to promote the militarization education in China, The first to open female college students swimming lessons which abolished the old Chinese prohibition of female college students to swim Cheng Dengke: Graduate from Southeast University, studied in Germany, a pioneer to promote the militarization education in China, a pioneer Chinese women's gymnastics Cheng Taining (程泰宁), Chief Architect in Chinese United Engineering
Engineering
Corporation, Host of Chinese United Cheng Training Architectural Design Institute(56) Jinjiong Hua, U.S. President's Award winner, the U.S. National Science Foundation award winner (Mechanical Engineering) Ye Mao, director of Cornell University (administered by the College of Accounting) Hualong Xing, China
China
Electronic Information Industry Group Corporation chairman Sang Fei (Radio Engineering) Wu Haijun, Shenzhen New World Industrial Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Hasee chairman (Master of Power Engineering) Harry Shum (沈向洋), Microsoft's senior vice president and chief scientist of the National Natural Science Foundation judges (Youth Class) Mr. Xu, Kingdee International Software Group Co., Ltd. Chairman and chief executive officer Lin Jiaxi, CEO of IFC investment adviser Min Yu, Ideal Group (Asia) Co., Ltd. Founder Meng Jianmin (孟建民), China
China
Architecture
Architecture
Design Master, president of Shenzhen Construction General Institute ZHANG Gui-ping, chairman of Suning Universal Group (Suning Group) ZHANG Gui-ping Chenxing Han, South East Qixia Construction (Group) Company Party branch secretary and general manager, senior engineer Sun Chao, chairman of Sun Dairy Co., Ltd. (Electronic Engineering)

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External links[edit]

China
China
portal University portal

Official Website 东南大学 (in Chinese) Official website (in English) University History 3d map of SEU (in Chinese)

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Beijing
Institute of Technology Beijing
Beijing
Jiaotong University Beijing
Beijing
Normal University Beihang University Beijing
Beijing
University of Chemical Technology Beijing
Beijing
University of Chinese Medicine Beijing
Beijing
University of Posts and Telecommunications Beijing
Beijing
University of Technology Central Conservatory of Music Central University of Finance and Economics China
China
Agricultural University China
China
University of Geosciences China
China
University of Mining and Technology China
China
University of Political Science and Law Communication University of China Minzu University of China North China
China
Electric Power University Peking Union Medical College Peking University Renmin University of China Tsinghua University University of International Business and Economics University of Science and Technology Beijing

Shanghai

Donghua University East China
China
Normal University East China
China
University of Science and Technology Fudan University Second Military Medical University Shanghai
Shanghai
International Studies University Shanghai
Shanghai
Jiao Tong University Shanghai
Shanghai
University Shanghai
Shanghai
University of Finance and Economics Tongji University

Tianjin

Nankai University Tianjin
Tianjin
Medical University Tianjin
Tianjin
University

Chongqing

Chongqing
Chongqing
University Southwest University

Anhui

Anhui
Anhui
University Hefei University of Technology University of Science and Technology of China

Fujian

Xiamen University Fuzhou University

Guangdong

Jinan University South China
China
Normal University South China
China
University of Technology Sun Yat-sen University

Guizhou

Guizhou
Guizhou
University

Gansu

Lanzhou University

Hainan

Hainan
Hainan
University

Hebei

Hebei
Hebei
University of Technology

Heilongjiang

Harbin Engineering
Engineering
University Harbin Institute of Technology Northeast Agricultural University Northeast Forestry University

Henan

Zhengzhou University

Hubei

China
China
University of Geosciences Wuhan University Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan University
Wuhan University
of Technology Huazhong Agricultural University Huazhong Normal University Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

Hunan

Central South University Hunan
Hunan
Normal University Hunan
Hunan
University National University of Defense Technology

Jiangsu

China
China
Pharmaceutical University Hohai University Jiangnan University Nanjing
Nanjing
Aeronautics and Astronautics University Nanjing
Nanjing
Agricultural University Nanjing
Nanjing
Normal University Nanjing
Nanjing
University Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Science and Technology Soochow University Southeast University

Jiangxi

Nanchang University

Jilin

Jilin
Jilin
University Northeast Normal University Yanbian University

Liaoning

Dalian Maritime University Dalian University of Technology Liaoning
Liaoning
University Northeastern University

Qinghai

Qinghai
Qinghai
University

Shaanxi

Chang'an University Fourth Military Medical University Northwest A&F University Northwest University Northwestern Polytechnical University Shaanxi
Shaanxi
Normal University Xi'an Jiaotong University Xidian University

Shandong

China
China
University of Petroleum (Huadong) Shandong
Shandong
University Ocean University of China

Shanxi

Taiyuan University of Technology

Sichuan

Sichuan
Sichuan
Agricultural University Sichuan
Sichuan
University Southwest Jiaotong University Southwestern University of Finance and Economics University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Yunnan

Yunnan
Yunnan
University

Zhejiang

Zhejiang
Zhejiang
University

Guangxi

Guangxi
Guangxi
University

Inner Mongolia

Inner Mongolia
Inner Mongolia
University

Ningxia

Ningxia
Ningxia
University

Tibet

Tibet University

Xinjiang

Shihezi University Xinjiang
Xinjiang
University

See also: Project 985

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WHO/MOE-Recognized English Medium Medical Schools (China)

Beihua University Capital University of Medical Sciences Central South University China
China
Medical University (PRC) China
China
Three Gorges University Chongqing
Chongqing
Medical University Dali University Dalian Medical University Fudan University Fujian
Fujian
Medical University Guangxi
Guangxi
Medical University Guangzhou Medical University Harbin Medical University Hebei
Hebei
Medical University Hebei
Hebei
United University Inner Mongolia
Inner Mongolia
University for Nationalities Huazhong University of Science and Technology Jiamusi University Jiangsu
Jiangsu
University Jilin
Jilin
University Kunming Medical University Lanzhou University Liaoning
Liaoning
Medical University Nanchang University Nanjing
Nanjing
Medical University Nantong University Ningbo University Ningxia
Ningxia
Medical University Qingdao University Shandong
Shandong
University Shantou University Shihezi University Sichuan
Sichuan
University (incl. West China
China
University of Medical Sciences) Soochow University Southeast University Southern Medical University Sun Yat-Sen University Taishan Medical University Tianjin
Tianjin
Medical University Tongji University Weifang Medical University Wenzhou Medical College Wuhan University Xi'an Jiaotong University Xiamen University Inner Mongolia
Inner Mongolia
University for the Nationalities Xinjiang
Xinjiang
Medical University Xuzhou Medical College Yangzhou University Zhejiang
Zhejiang
University Zhengzhou University

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Yangtze Delta Universities Alliance

E8长三角高校合作联盟

Shanghai
Shanghai
(4)

Shanghai
Shanghai
Jiao Tong University Fudan University East China
China
Normal University Tongji University

Jiangsu
Jiangsu
(2)

Nanjing
Nanjing
University Southeast University

Zhejiang
Zhejiang
(1)

Zhejiang
Zhejiang
University

Anhui
Anhui
(1)

University of Science and Technology of China

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Universities and colleges in Jiangsu

National

Nanjing
Nanjing
University Ω Southeast University
Southeast University
Ω Hohai University
Hohai University
Ω Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Science and Technology Ω Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Ω Nanjing
Nanjing
Agricultural University Ω China
China
Pharmaceutical University Ω China
China
University of Mining and Technology Ω Jiangnan University

Provincial & Municipal

Nanjing

Jiangsu
Jiangsu
Second Normal University Nanjing
Nanjing
Audit University Ω Nanjing
Nanjing
Forestry University Nanjing
Nanjing
Institute of Technology Nanjing
Nanjing
Medical University Nanjing
Nanjing
Normal University Nanjing
Nanjing
Sport Institute Nanjing
Nanjing
University of the Arts Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Chinese Medicine Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Finance & Economics Ω Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Information Science and Technology Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Posts and Telecommunications Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Technology Jinling Institute of Technology (Municipal) Nanjing
Nanjing
Xiaozhuang University (Municipal)

Xuzhou

Jiangsu
Jiangsu
Normal University Xuzhou Medical University Xuzhou Institute of Technology
Xuzhou Institute of Technology
(Municipal)

Changzhou

Changzhou University Jiangsu
Jiangsu
University of Technology Changzhou Institute of Technology (Municipal)

Suzhou

Changshu Institute of Technology Soochow University Suzhou University of Science and Technology

Huai'an

Huaiyin Institute of Technologyy Huaiyin Normal University

Yancheng

Yancheng Institute of Technology Yancheng Teachers University

Zhenjiang

Jiangsu
Jiangsu
University Jiangsu
Jiangsu
University of Science and Technology

the others

Nantong University Yangzhou University Taizhou University (Municipal)

Private

Independent colleges

Chengxian College, Southeast University Jincheng College, Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Jinling College, Nanjing
Nanjing
University Kangda College, Nanjing
Nanjing
Medical University

International (joint)

Duke Kunshan University Southeast University-Monash University Joint Graduate School Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Venture

Nantong Institute of Technology Sanjiang University Suqian College Taihu University of Wuxi

See also: List of universities in China

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Jiangsu
Jiangsu
topics

Nanjing
Nanjing
(capital)

General

History Politics Economy

Geography

Cities Grand Canal of China Yellow Sea East China
China
Sea Xishan Island Yangtze River Lake Tai Hongze Lake Yangcheng Lake Huai River Qixia Mountain

Education

Nanjing
Nanjing
University Southeast University Hohai University Nanjing
Nanjing
Normal University Nanjing
Nanjing
University of Science and Technology

Culture

Wuyue culture Shuochang Cuisine Chinese opera Ge Yuan Garden

Visitor attractions

Purple Mountain Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum Jiming Temple Nanjing
Nanjing
Yangtze River
Yangtze River
Bridge Hanshan Temple Huqiu Tower Grand Buddha at Ling Shan Chaotian Palace Qixia Temple Tianning Temple Pagoda Zhouzhuang

Category Commons

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Associations of independent college admissions of Chinese universities

“The Peking Union”

Current

Peking Beihang BNU Xiamen Hong Kong Sun Yat-sen Wuhan HUST Lanzhou Shandong Sichuan

Former

Fudan Nankai

“The Tsinghua Union”

Current

Tsinghua SJTU Nanjing Zhejiang USTC XJTU

Former

Renmin

“The Excellence Union”

Tongji Tianjin BIT Dalian Southeast Harbin SCUT NWPU Chongqing Hunan

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