Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
Shanghai University of International Business and Economics [Photo/suibe.edu.cn]
Founded in 1960, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (SUIBE) is a multi-disciplinary foreign language university of finance and economics with six major disciplines - economics, management, liberal arts, law, science and engineering.
In 2019, it was certified as a WTO Asia-pacific Training Center and became the only regional training partner set up in the Chinese mainland among the seven training partners of the WTO, providing an important platform for China to participate in international economic and trade governance and enhance its international discourse power.
SUIBE has three campuses located in Songjiang, Gubei and Qibao covering a total area of 668,666 square meters and has 1.53 million books in its library.
The university offers six disciplines - economics, management, literature, law, science and engineering, as well as 33 undergraduate programs, seven first-level master's programs, 36 second-level master's programs and nine professional master's programs.
It has 1,100 faculty members, including more than 800 full-time teachers, nearly 70 national and provincial high-level talents, more than 100 teachers with senior professional titles, more than 300 with deputy senior professional titles, nearly 20 doctoral supervisors, and more than 400 master supervisors.
There are nearly 13,000 students at the university, including more than 9,000 full-time undergraduates, nearly 3,000 postgraduate students and more than 500 international students.
Since its establishment, the university has cultivated more than 80,000 graduates, providing a large amount of elite talent for China's business, academic and political sectors.
The university focuses on the major strategic needs of the nation and specifically Shanghai, and has established characteristic research institutions such as the World Trade Organization Lecture Hall (China) Research Institute, Artificial Intelligence and Change Management Research Institute and International Development Cooperation Research Institute.
It has a global vision and serves the development of China. In the drafting of the Basic Law of Hong Kong, negotiations under the WTO framework, APEC negotiations, foreign aid, global value chains and other emerging fields, SUIBE has been making outstanding intellectual contributions to the construction of a strong nation in the field of trade and economic services.
SUIBE continues to expand its global network of partnerships. It has established cooperation and exchange agreements with more than 100 countries and international organizations, jointly carrying out personnel training, scientific research and social services. Three Confucius institutes have been set up in countries along the Belt and Road.
International students at SUIBE win the championship at the 12th Shanghai University Dragon Boat Race for International Students. [Photo/suibe.edu.cn]