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Jiangsu University

Jiangsu University
江苏大学
Motto 博学 求是 明德[1]
Motto in English Be erudite, practical and virtuous[2]
Established Originated in 1902, combined and renamed in 2001
Type Public university
President Yuan Shouqi
Academic staff 1950
Admin. staff 4500
Students 34100
Undergraduates 29200
Postgraduates 4300 Masters, 600 PhD
Location Zhenjiang, Jiangsu,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban area
Former names Jiangsu University of Science and Technology
Zhenjiang Medical College
Zhenjiang Teachers’ College
Colours               
Website www.ujs.edu.cn

Jiangsu University (simplified Chinese: 江苏大学; traditional Chinese: 江蘇大學; pinyin: Jiāngsū Dàxué) is a provincial university located in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province, People's Republic of China (PRC).

History

Jiangsu University was established through the combination of Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang Medical College and Zhenjiang Teachers’ College with the permission of the Chinese Ministry of Education in August, 2001.[3] Its main institution was the former Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, which was one of the 88 key universities designated by the State Council in 1978.[4] Its history began with Sanjiang Normal School founded in 1902, which evolved and renamed Liangjiang Normal School in 1906, Nanjing Higher Normal School in 1915, National Southeastern University in 1921, Disi Zhongshan University in 1927, Jiangsu University in February and Central University in March 1928, and Nanjing University in 1949. Nanjing University Engineering College became Nanjing Polytechnic Institute in 1952 and then in 1960 a part of it became independent and moved to Zhenjiang next year and later became Jiangsu University of Science and Technology. It renamed Jiangsu University when merged with two colleges in the same city in 2001.

Administration

Schools and Departments

The university is organized into the following schools and departments.[5]

  • School of Mechanical Engineering
  • School of Material Science & Engineering
  • School of Finance & Economics
  • School of Electrical and Information Engineering
  • School of Business Administration
  • School of Environment
  • School of Computer Science and Telecommunication Engineering
  • School of Science
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • School of Foreign Languages
  • School of Medical Technology
  • School of Art
  • School of Energy and Power Engineering
  • School of Food and Biological Engineering
  • School of Automotive and Traffic Engineering
  • School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Law
  • School of teacher's Education
  • Jingjiang College

Academic collaboration

References

  1. ^ "校训校徽". Retrieved July 1, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Welcome ceremony for the 2012 overseas freshers of JU held". Retrieved July 1, 2014. 
  3. ^ http://eng.ujs.edu.cn/pub/cms/About/Overview/
  4. ^ http://eng.ujs.edu.Jiangsu University of Science and Technologycn/pub/cms/About/Overview/
  5. ^ http://eng.ujs.edu.cn/pub/cms/Faculties/IntroductionOfSchool/

External links

  • Jiangsu University

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