|President||Peng Xilin (彭希林)|
|3,888 (November 2019)|
|Campus||280 acres (110 ha)|
Shaoyang University (simplified Chinese: 邵阳学院; traditional Chinese: 邵陽學院; pinyin: Shàoyáng Xuéyuàn; sometimes abbreviated as SYU) is a university located in Shaoyang, Hunan, in south central China.
As of fall 2013, the university has 3 campuses, a combined student body of 17,112 students, 776 faculty members, 330 staff members, and over 60,000 living alumni. The university consists of 14 departments, with 45 specialties for undergraduates, 2 specialties for master's degree candidates.
At present, the university has 23 research institutions and research centres, including 1 provincial engineering research centre.
Shaoyang University was formed in 1958.
- Department of Economic Administration
- Department of Politic and Low
- Department of Physical
- Department of Chinese Language and Literature
- Department of Foreign Languages
- Department of Music
- Department of Artistic Designing
- Department of Science and Information Science
- Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering
- Department of Architecture and Urban Planning
- Department of Machinery and Energy Engineering
- Department of Electric Engineering
- Department of Information Engineering
- Department of Accounting
Shaoyang University's total collection reaches to more than 1.51 million items.
- Motto: 明德求真，共生超越
- Li Guojie, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
- Jiang Dawei, honorary professor.
- Justin Hill, English author, taught here from 1998-9 and 2005-6 , when he received the 2005 Xiaoxiang Friendship Award from the Governor of Hunan. His prize-winning novel, The Drink and Dream Teahouse, was set in Shaoyang.
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- 湖南省首届青年文化艺术节落幕邵阳学院喜获丰收. Sina (in Chinese). 2013.
- 邵阳学院首届大学生创业文化节拉开序幕（图）. Rednet.cn (in Chinese). 2013.
- "ShanghaiRanking-Shaoyang University". www.shanghairanking.com. Retrieved 2022-07-19.
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- Official website (in Chinese)