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Xinjiang University

Xinjiang University
شىنجاڭ ئۇنىۋېرسىتېتى
新疆大学
Established 1924
Type Public
Undergraduates >20,000
Location Ürümqi, China
Campus Urban

Xinjiang University (XJU) (Uyghur: شىنجاڭ ئۇنىۋېرستېتى‎, Chinese: 新疆大学; pinyin: Xīnjiāng Dàxué) is one of the major universities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China, and is a national key university. Established in 1924 and located in Urumqi, Xinjiang University is a comprehensive university with the highest academic level in Xinjiang, under Project 211.[1]

Contents

  • Establishment and location 1
  • Colleges 2
  • Faculty 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Establishment and location

In 1924,Xinjiang Russian and Law School was founded, which is known as the former school of Xinjiang University. In 1935, it was converted to Xinjiang College. Xinjiang University was named in 1960 and it is located in the southern part of Urumqi. Among its prominent leaders was Du Zhongyuan, who was, however, executed in 1943 on suspicion of being subversive. It is a national key comprehensive university with students from various ethnic groups and one of the two universities in Xinjiang entering the national “211 Project”. On December 30, 2000, the former Xinjiang University and Xinjiang Engineering Institute merged into a new Xinjiang University. In the past 78 years, the university has seen 65,000 students graduate.

Colleges

Xinjiang University comprises fourteen schools, which has courses and branches of study ranging from science, engineering, law and economics to management, the arts and history. A new major Intellectual property was created in 2013. XJU has three campuses, the Main Campus, the North Campus and the South campus.

Faculty

There are 3 Ph.D. programs, 46 Masters’ programs and 75 undergraduate majors. The university has research institutions in these 8 areas of study:

  • Economics
  • Arid Ecology
  • Math Theory
  • Demography
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Central Asian Culture
  • Altaic Study
  • Architectural Design

See also

References

  1. ^ About Xinjiang University, Retrieved on September 2, 2008

External links

  • http://www.xju.edu.cn/
  • http://www.xjst.org/ - campus forum
  • http://www.xju.edu.cn/english/about%20xju.htm


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