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  • Chinese Government Scholarship Program
  • Beijing Government Scholarship Program
  • Executive member, Beijing Association of Foreign Students Administration
  • Hanban Authorized HSK Test Center

 

China Youth University for Political Sciences (CYU) was established in 1985 as a development of the Central School of China Youth League and is currently affiliated with the Ministry of Education and the Central Committe of China Youth League. Located in Beijing, the university enjoys convenient transportation and rich academic resources.

CYU has a versatile education framework which includes undergraduate and graduate programs, international students programs, continuing education, and youth leader training programs. Currently we offer 13 undergraduate and 15 graduate programs which fall into 5 academic categories, including Philosophy, Law, Management, Economics, and Literature. The university has 9 academic departments, including Chinese Marxism College, Youth Work Department, Social Work School, Department of Economics, Department of Law, Department of Journalism, Department of Public Administration, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, and Department of Foreign Languages, 4 teaching centers, and 3 training schools, such as School of International Education and Exchange.

Currently, the university has 5,000 full time students (including international students) and almost 600 staff members.

For years, CYU has been in long-term cooperation with some international organizations, such as U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific, UN Children’s Fund, International Labor Organization, and World Bank. CYU also develops and maintains extensive links in the area of undergraduate and graduate education, scientific research and academic exchange with universities and research institutions from more than 20 countries such as the United States, UK, Russia, Germany, Canada, Japan and Korea.

CYU has a versatile education framework which includes undergraduate and graduate education, Chinese language education for foreign students, continuing education, and youth leader training programs. Currently we offer 13 undergraduate and 15 graduate programs which fall into 5 academic categories, including Philosophy, Law, Management, Economics, and Literature. The university comprises 13 academic departments and centers, such as Chinese Marxism College, Youth Work Department, Social Work School, Department of Economics, Department of Law, Department of Journalism, Department of Public Administration, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, and Department of Foreign Languages.

Currently, the university has 5,081 full time students (including international students) and 572 staff members in total.

For years, CYU has been in long-term cooperation with some international organizations, such as U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific, UN Children’s Fund, International Labor Organization, and World Bank. CYU also develops and maintains extensive links in the area of undergraduate and graduate education, scientific research and academic exchange with universities and research institutions from more than 20 countries such as the United States, UK, Russia, Germany, Canada, Japan and Korea.

 

University Website: www.cyu.edu.cn

School of International Education and Exchange: http://siee.cyu.edu.cn

Update Date:2016-05-03