The program is fully English medium program.
Shandong University abbreviated as Shanda, Chinese is a public research comprehensive university in Jinan, Shandong, China. Shandong university is one of the largest universities in China by student population 57,500 full-time students in 2009. Shandong university is supported directly by the national government. Present-day Shandong University is the result of multiple mergers as well as splits and restructurings that have involved more than a dozen academic institutions over time. The oldest of Shandong University's precursor institutions, Cheeloo University, was founded by American and English mission agencies in the late 19th century Tengchow College was the first modern institution of higher learning in China. Shandong University derives its official founding date from the Imperial Shandong University established in Jinan in November 1901 as the second modern national university in the country. Shandong University has eight campuses, all but two of which are located in the provincial capital city of Jinan. The newest of Shandong campuses is located to the northeast of the port city of Qingdao. Shandong university was inaugurated in September 2016 and its development is still ongoing.
The Shandong university has been classified as a National Key University by the Chinese Ministry of Education since 1960. Shandong university has been included in major national initiatives seeking to enhance the international competitiveness of the top-tier universities in China such as Project 985 and Project 211. Shandong university is a Chinese Ministry of Education Class A Double First-Class University. Shandong University offers master and doctoral degree programs in all major academic disciplines covering the humanities, science and engineering, as well as medicine.
The Luoyuan Academy was established in Jinan in 1733 by an imperial edict from the Yongcheng Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. The governor of Shandong, Yue Jun, received 1,000 taels of silver approximately 37 kg to fund the establishment of the academy. The name "Luoyuan" refers to the original location of the academy near the Baotu Spring. The academy was dedicated to teaching the Chinese classics to the sons of the gentry. Scholars affiliated with the academy include; Bi Yuan, Sang Tiaoyuan, Shen Qiyuan, He Shaoji, Kuang Yuan, Wang Zhihan, Liu Yaochun, Zhu Xuedu, and Miao Quansun. In 1881, the American Presbyterian missionaries John Murray and Stephen A. Hunter attempted to purchase a property adjacent to the Luoyuan Academy for use as a chapel. This led to a violent reaction when on July 13, 1881, literati from the Academy incited an attack on the property.
The incident, known as the "Jinan, had considerable diplomatic repercussions for the relationship between the Qing Dynasty and the United States. The Luoyuan Academy was rebuilt in 1896 to become the largest institution of its kind in Shandong university. Five years later it was replaced by the newly founded Imperial Shandong College which took over its campus. The earliest precursor institutions that would later be fused into Shandong University were founded by American and English mission agencies, in early January 1864, Calvin W. Mateer, an American Presbyterian missionary, and his wife Julia Brown Mateer, arrived in the recently opened treaty port of DEng Zhou in the area of the present-day city of Penglai on the north-eastern coast of Shandong Peninsula. Shandong university’s’ journey had begun in New York on July 3, 1863, had taken them around the Cape of Good Hope to Shanghai university, and had ended with a shipwreck off the coast of Yantai.
In the autumn of 1864, the Mateers opened an elementary school for boys in a Guanyin temple that had been sold to them since there were insufficient funds for its upkeep as a temple. The school's first class consisted of six boarders and two-day pupils. The school was enlarged to accommodate 30 boarders and divided into primary and high school sections in 1869. The high school became known as the Wenhui Guan. The Tengchow College of Liberal Arts was formally established in 1882, i.e., at a time when the school had been operated as a primary and high school for 18 years already. By 1889, enrollment in the college had grown to 100 students. The six-year curriculum included algebra, geometry and conic sections, trigonometry and measurement, surveying and navigation, analytical geometry and mathematical physics, calculus, as well as astronomy. Religion also featured prominently in the curriculum as well as in daily life at Tengchow College. The College soon enjoyed a reputation for its high standards of academic excellence. When W.A.P Martin hired young professors of Western learning for the Imperial Capital University the precursor of present-day Peking University, 12 out of 13 young professors hired were graduates of Tengchow College of Liberal Arts. In 1884, shortly after the formal establishment of Tengchow College of Liberal Arts, British Baptists established Tsing chow Boy's Boarding School in Qinzhou, also located in northern Shandong university, but not directly on the coast.
The initiative for the founding of Shandong University in 1901 as a national, modern university came from Yuan Shikai, then the governor of Shandong university province. Yuan Shikai was the chief military modernizer of the late Qing Dynasty whose control over a powerful army combined with his personal ambition played a key role in the birth of the Republic of China as well as its descent into warlordism in the early 20th century. Yuan Shikai had been governor of Shandong university Province since December 1899. He had been appointed to this post to quell the Boxer Uprising in the province and to reassure the foreign diplomats in the country who were looking for quick decisive actions against the boxers. In 1901, the same year that marked the end of the Boxer Uprising, Yuan sent a draft for the university charter to the Guangxu Emperor and instructed Li Yukai, the magistrate of Penglai, to start preparations for the Shandong university. The draft of the Shandong university charter was approved by the emperor in November 1901, shortly after the Boxer Uprising had officially ended with the signing of the Boxer Protocol on September 7, 1901.
Shandong Imperial University became hence the second modern national Shandong university established in the country after Imperial Capital University that had been founded in 1898 and later became Peking University. The charter of Shandong Imperial University served as a model for subsequent foundations of imperial university. The original charter document for Shandong University is now kept in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan where it had been taken during the retreat of the Kuomintang at the end of the Chinese Civil War.
Governor Yuan Shikai wanted a prominent position for Western learning in the curriculum of the new college. Hence, he invited the American Presbyterian missionary Dr. Watson McMillan Hayes who was then serving as president of Tengchow College in Penglai to help with setting up the new Imperial Shandong University and serve as its president. The appointment of the Presbyterian missionary W. A. P. Martin as inaugural president of the Imperial Capital University three years earlier had set a precedent for this arrangement.
Hayes arrived in Jinan in July 1901 and started the preparations for the new college. Hayes also published Shandong university’s first successful daily newspaper and petitioned the Qing court to grant a holiday on Sundays, as a consequence, Shandong University was closed on Sunday’s right from the start. However, by the end of the year, Hayes and six Chinese Christian teachers he had brought with him had resigned already over disagreements regarding the policy of mandatory Confucius worship for students of the imperial Shandong university. Hayes went on to teach the Presbyterian Mission Theological Class in Chefoo and continued to work as a missionary and educator in Shandong university until his death in a Japanese internment camp in Wei County in 1944.
Imperial Shandong University occupied the premises of the Luoyuan Academy. Shandong university had been renovated and extended significantly five years earlier. Shandong university was opened on November 13, 1901 in a ceremony attended by Governor Yuan Shikai. 299 students were enrolled in the first term, of which 120 passed the first examination and 100 were finally admitted. The first faculty of Shandong university had 50 members that also included teachers from overseas, it was later increased to 110.
The curriculum of Shandong university’s contained Chinese classics, Chinese history, social sciences, natural sciences, and foreign language with more than 20 subjects being taught. In Shandong university, At the beginning, the curriculum covered 3 years, but it was later expanded to 4 years at Shandong university. The first president of the Shandong university was Zhou Xuxa. In 1904, Imperial Shandong University moved to new premises in the Ganshi Qiao located to the south-west of the historical city center and changed its name to "Shandong Institution of Higher Learning". In 1911, Shandong university changed its name once again, this time to the "School of Higher Learning". Shandong university Starting from early June 1966, schools in Jinan were closed down by strikes as teachers were "struggled against" in the Cultural Revolution. Shandong University was also completely paralyzed by the events. A complete restructuring was imposed on Shandong's university system, according to a resolution passed by the Revolutionary Committee of Shandong university Province on July 29, 1970, the liberal arts of Shandong University were moved to Qufu and combined with Qufu Normal College to form a new Shandong University. The biology department of Shandong university was moved to Tai'an and merged into the Shandong Agricultural College. The rest of the sciences was to form the Shandong Science and Technology University.
In 1971, the Shandong university's admission policy was also changed, in order to open the Shandong university to workers and peasants, new students were now nominated "by the masses" and then approved by the political leadership and the Shandong university. Until 1976, a total of 3267 students who were admitted under this scheme graduated from Shandong university after completing a 2- or 3-year curriculum. Premier Zhou Enlai learned of Shandong University's reorganization in 1973. Although he was already terminally ill with bladder cancer at the time, he intervened and ordered a return to previous structure of the Shandong university. As a consequence, all organizational changes imposed by the Revolutionary Committee of Shandong university Province were undone in early 1974 already.
Shandong University at Weihai was established in 1984. In 1985, Shandong Medical College was renamed Shandong Medical University. From 1986 to 1996, Shandong University underwent a period of rapid academic expansion. By 1997, Shandong university contained 14 colleges, 45 schools and offered 56 undergraduate program, 57 master's degree programs. Shandong university also gives 17 doctoral degree programs. Shandong University merged with Shandong Medical University and the Shandong University of Technology in 2000. With Shandong Medical University the former campus of Cheeloo University became part of Shandong University (as the West Campus, renamed Baotuquan Campus in 2009). The campus of Shandong University of Technology became the South Campus of Shandong University (renamed Qianfoshan Campus in 2009). Construction of the Xinglong Shan Campus (then under the name "New South Campus"), a large new campus located in a mountain valley to the south of Jinan dedicated to education of first- and second-year undergraduate students, began in 2003. In July 2019, the Shandong university attracted controversy when it was reported that male foreign students were assigned three female Chinese "buddies", with Chinese students complaining of what they perceived as the Shandong university elevating foreigners above domestic students.
In the general university ranking performed by the Chinese University Alumni Association (CUAA), Shandong University ranked number 14 among Top 100 Chinese universities in 2010. Shandong university ranking reached the 11th highest score in the "teaching" category of this ranking. Shandong University's engineering programs have also been ranked number 15 nationwide by the Research Center of Management and Science in China in 2008. For the last 10 years, Shandong University has been continuously ranked among the top 10 universities nationwide in terms of the number of publications included in the Science Citation Index. Research at Shandong University is deemed particular strong in the areas of physics, mathematics, and medicine. A ranking by Mines ParisTech based on the number of alumni holding CEO position in Fortune Global 500 companies placed Shandong University first within China.
|ARWU World||151-200 (2020)|
|QS World||485 (2021)|
|QS Employability||251-300 (2020)|
|THE World||601-800 (2021)|
|USNWR Global||412 (2021)|
|QS BRICS||52 (2019)|
|THE Emerging Economies||86 (2020)|
|USNWR Asia||64 (2021)|
|BCUR National||22 (2020)|
|USNWR National||29 (2021)|
The aim of Shandong University Scholarship for International Students is to financially support outstanding new international students. Every year, a number of outstanding undergraduates, masters and doctoral students are selected as winners.
|First Class for Shandong university scholarship||
|Second Class for Shandong university scholarship||A yearly 50% reduction of the tuition fee|
|Third class for Shandong university scholarship||A yearly 20% reduction of the tuition fee|
|Particulars||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5|
|Tuition Fee||45,000 RMB||45,000 RMB||45,000 RMB||45,000 RMB||45,000 RMB|
|Total Fees in Indian Rupees||Rs.7.56 Lakhs||Rs.7.56 Lakhs||Rs.7.56 Lakhs||Rs.7.56 Lakhs||Rs.7.56 Lakhs|
|Study MBBS In Shandong University|
The program is fully English medium program.
Zibo does not have its own airport. Students must travel to neighboring Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport, or Qingdao Liuting International Airport, to take planes. Shandong University of Technology does not provide airport pick up service for international students at present.
Students can exchange some Chinese currency in bank for shuttle/bus ticket fare and pocket money at the big International Airport when they arrive in China. And students can buy telephone card from business counter in the airport to give international call and domestic call if students need.
The voltage here is 220 V. Converters and power strips may be purchased locally.