History, Affiliations & Rankings
Shandong University is one of the oldest Universities of China and the largest University of China according to the number of students enrolled in various courses. It is administered by the Ministry of Education. The medical school of the university was established in 1864 and its main body, the Shandong Imperial College was established in 1901 as the second national university in China. Moreover, it was the first university to be established and run in accordance with a chartered constitution. Shandong University is a member university of Project 211 and Project 985 (national key construction projects to support the development of high-quality universities). The QS Global world ranking 2020 of Shandong University is 468.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
The University has 8 campuses namely Jinan Central Campus, Hongjialou Campus, Baotuquan Campus, Qianfoshan Campus, Software Park Campus, Xinglongshan Campus, Qingdao Campus and Weihai Campus in three cities (Jinan, Qingdao and Weihai). These campuses expand in an area of 533 hectares and have 31 schools for graduate and undergraduate programs. It has 41 research centres, 14 affiliated and teaching hospitals and 175 laboratories.
Accomplishments & Alumni
The mission of Shandong University is ‘Reserve talents for the world’ and its motto is ‘Noble in spirit, endless in knowledge’. The strength of the University lies in its strong foundation. With high-quality academic studies, the strength of students and numerous courses offered, the University aims at becoming the highest-ranked Universities of World.
Student Diversity & Visiting Companies
Approximately 60,000 students are enrolled for admission in various courses at the university. It includes 40,789 full-time undergraduates, 18,816 are postgraduates and 3,791 are international students.It has an excellent team of1246 professors including 897 doctoral supervisors. Professor Peter Grünberg, a German physicist and nobel prize winner in Physics 2007 joined the university as a special-term professor in 2012. In October 2012,Professor Mo Yan, a graduate supervisor from Shandong University, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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