South University of Science and Technology of China

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Southern University of Science and Technology
南方科技大学
South University of Science and Technology of China logo.png
Type Public
Established 2009 (opened 2011)
Endowment ¥12,303,002 (Statistics by July,4th,2014)[1]
Chancellor Li Ming
President Chen Shiyi
Provost Wu Chuanyue
Academic staff
200
Students 1,231(2014)
Undergraduates 1,231(2014)
Location Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
22°34′23″N 113°57′20″E / 22.573095°N 113.95542°E / 22.573095; 113.95542Coordinates: 22°34′23″N 113°57′20″E / 22.573095°N 113.95542°E / 22.573095; 113.95542
Campus Urban, 480 acres (194.2 ha)
Website www.sustc.edu.cn
Main gate of the South University of Science and Technology of China.
Southern University of Science and Technology
Traditional Chinese 南方科技大學
Simplified Chinese 南方科技大学

Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTC (now named SUSTech)) simplified Chinese: 南方科技大学; traditional Chinese: 南方科技大學; pinyin: Nánfāng Kējì Dàxué) is a public research university in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. The University changed its name to Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) after 2016. According to the Chinese Ministry of Education, SUSTech is a platform to experiment Chinese higher education reform. The governments of the city of Shenzhen and Guangdong province are also investing heavily in SUSTech. Thus far, SUSTech has 12 departments, 17 academic programs and 26 research centres.[2]

Despite being a public university, SUSTech is administrated by the government of Guangdong province instead of the Chinese Ministry of Education.

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  1. ^ Endowment Details
  2. ^ http://www.sustc.edu.cn/about_0 About SUSTC, Retrieved on July 19, 2016

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