Fudan University, located in Shanghai, China, consists of 28 schools and departments, with seventy undergraduate disciplines. The University confers bachelor's degrees in seventy academic disciplines, and master's degrees in two hundred and twenty nine disciplines (with fifty-one of them established by the University itself), and doctoral degrees in twenty-four Level I and one hundred and fifty-four Level II academic disciplines (with thirty of them established by the University itself). There are also twenty-nine research stations that offer postdoctoral fellowships. Fudan now has an enrollment of 26,362 full-time degree candidates. Another 18,664 are studying at the schools of Continuing Education and Online Education. Additionally, the University's population of foreign students is 3,633 today.
The single and solitary goal of Fudan is to cultivate more and more all-around talents for modern China. Emulating the other successful institutions of tertiary and quaternary education at home and abroad, the University has been carrying out a series of daring experiments to integrate the various disciplines of learning and to utilize the abundant resources of a comprehensive university. After years of exploring and practicing, Fudan has now established its own curriculum and management system, both of which are unique and progressively improving.
One of the important decisions you need to make is the kind of accommodation in which you wish to live while you are in China.
Fudan University offers two options for Foreign Student Dormitories: the Main building and the Supplementary building. A brief description of those buildings is as follows:
- The main building is located northwest of Fudan campus is a 23 story building with 728 rooms, 582 single rooms and 146 double rooms respectively. There are 4 elevators in the main building (in the middle of north and south lobbies). The double rooms are from the 1st floor to the 14th floor.
- The supplementary building consists of 9 identical units. Each unit is a 7 stories with 504 single rooms. Students who choose to move into the units of the supplementary building need to take the stairs since there are no elevators installed.
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Shanghai is located at the west coast of the Pacific Ocean, the east of China’s mainland, linking the Jiangsu Province and the Zhejiang Province, next to the East China Sea. Shanghai’s transportation is very convenient, and the geographical advantages make Shanghai a nice harbor city. Shanghai belongs to the north subtropical monsoon climate, featuring abundant sunshine and rainfall in its four seasons. Generally, Shanghai’s climate is mild and humid; spring and autumn are relatively short when compared to summer and winter. The average temperature is 18.4o
C, and nearly 70% of the annual rainfall falls at the period from May to September. The residents in Shanghai amount to over 24.3 million. For further information about Shanghai, please browse the official website of Shanghai government: www.shanghai.gov.cn
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