Beijing Sport University

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Beijing Sport University (BSU) (Chinese: 北京体育大学) (formerly Beijing University of Physical Education), founded on November 1, 1953,[1] has contributed greatly to the sustainable development of Chinese sport and physical education and has enjoyed the fame as one of the key sport universities in China.

In the past five decades, over 30,000 students of sports-related majors have graduated from BSU. There is a wide range of academic courses and majors studies, and the number of master and doctoral positions ranks the first among its counterparts in China.

Currently, BSU consists of seven colleges, two elite sports schools and has a large number of qualified teachers, among whom 227 are professors and associate professors. Its excellent staff and facilities can satisfy the needs of teaching, training and scientific research. BSU has established friendly cooperative relations and intercollegiate relations with 28 universities and tens of non-governmental organizations in 16 countries.

BSU was instrumental in the popularization of skateboarding in China.

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