Sichuan University

http://en.scu.edu.cn/

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Bachelor, Master, Associate degree, Doctor of Philosophy degree

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 Sichuan University

Sichuan University (SCU) is one of China's top universities, attached to the Ministry of Education. 
The university is located in Chengdu, a famous historical and cultural capital city of Sichuan Province, known as the land of abundance. It consists of three campuses, covering an area of 470 hectares and boasting 2.515 million square meters of floor space. The university campuses, with their favorable environment and beautiful landscape, make a wonderful place for learning and research.
SCU has a comprehensive range of disciplines covering 12 categories. A total of 47 disciplines have been authorized by the state to grant doctoral degrees. Altogether, the university offers 354 doctoral programs, 438 master programs, 32 professional master's programs, 138 undergraduate programs, and 37 post-doctoral research stations. It also has 46 national key disciplines and 4 national key cultivated disciplines. ESI statistics show that 17 subjects from the university rank the world's top 1%, among which Chemistry, Material Science and Clinical Medicine are top 1‰.
By the end of 2018, there were 5,808 full-time teachers. Among them, there were 1,767 professors, 13 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, 80 experts recruited through the thousand Talents Plan. 
Sichuan University has established contacts and cooperative relationships with 286 renowned colleges and universities as well as research institutes from 35 countries and regions. It has established well-rounded joint education programs of at different levels and in various forms with 220 famous universities from over 33 countries.
The university libraries have a collection of over 6.9 million books and the Humanities Museum houses over 85,000 objects, the Natural Museum, over 870,000 animal and plant specimens, and the Archives and History Exhibition Center, over 280,000 volumes of historical archives.