Located in Changchun, capital of Northeast China's Jilin province, Changchun University is a provincial comprehensive university established in 1949. It is divided into three campuses and occupies a total area of 1.02 million square meters.
Changchun University is a provincial comprehensive university in Changchun, capital of Northeast China's Jilin province. [Photo/ccu.edu.cn]
It has 60 undergraduate majors, six first-level disciplines for master's degree authorization, and 10 master's degree authorization points. Majors cover ten disciplines: economics, law, education, literature, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management, and art.
There are currently 17,525 full-time students at the university, as well as 865 full-time teachers.
Changchun University has won two national awards and 46 provincial teaching awards, and has established two national scientific research platforms – the national soybean deep processing technology research and promotion center and the Jilin branch of the national soybean engineering technology research center.
In addition, relying on the traditional professional advantages of electromechanics, the university has met the needs of Jilin and Changchun in the fields of machinery, electronics, automobiles, computers, and rehabilitation equipment, making important contributions to the development of local industries.
The university has conducted extensive international cooperation and exchanges, and is among the first batch of higher education institutions in the country to be qualified to recruit international students in China. It has established cooperative relations with 130 universities, educational institutions, and enterprises in 26 countries and regions.