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Chinese Academy of Science
Colleges and Universities

As a national key university under the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) aimed at cutting-edge science and technology research and sci-tech based management and humanity studies, USTC was founded in September 1958 in Beijing and chaired by CAS president Guo Moruo. In 1970, it moved to Hefei, Anhui province. As the only university attached to the CAS, USTC fully mobilized its departments to strengthen their ties with CAS research institutes and equipped the devoted hard-working students with a profound theoretical foundation as well as practical techniques. In 1959, the university was included on the list of the 16 national key universities and became the youngest key university in China.  

1958年9月中国科技大学创建于北京,首任校长由郭沫若兼任。它的创办被称为“我国教育史和科学史上的一项重大事件”。建校后,中国科学院实施“全院办校,所系结合”的办学方针,学校紧紧围绕国家急需的新兴科技领域设置系科专业,创造性地把理科与工科即前沿科学与高新技术相结合,注重基础课教学,高起点,宽口径培养新兴、边缘、交叉学科的尖端科技人才,汇集了严济慈、华罗庚、钱学森、赵忠尧、郭永怀、赵九章、贝时璋等一批国内最有声望的科学家, 得到迅速发展,建校第二年即被列为全国重点大学。 

1970年初,学校迁至安徽省合肥市,开始了第二次创业。1978年以后,学校锐意改革,大胆创新,在全国率先提出并实施了创办少年班、首建研究生院、建设国家大科学工程、面向世界开放办学等一系列具有创新精神和前瞻意识的教育改革措施,得到迅速恢复和发展。“七五”、“八五”期间一直得到国家的重点建设,很快发展成为国家高质量人才培养和高水平科学研究的重要基地。

20世纪90年代以来,学校主动适应国内外科技、教育和社会经济发展的要求与挑战,认真贯彻《中国教育改革和发展纲要》,大力推行教学科研改革和结构性调整,进行第三次创业。学校是国家首批实施“985工程”和“211工程”的大学之一,也是唯一参与国家知识创新工程的大学。

学校有8个学院、26个系和少年班(教改试点班),以及研究生院、软件学院、继续教育学院、网络教育学院等,在上海、苏州分别设有研究院。有数学、物理学、力学、生命科学与技术等4个国家人才培养基地,8个一级学科国家重点学科,4个二级学科国家重点学科,2个国家重点培育学科,19个省部级重点学科。建有国家同步辐射实验室、合肥微尺度物质科学国家实验室(筹)、火灾科学国家重点实验室、国家高性能计算中心(合肥)、蒙城地球物理国家野外科学观测研究站等26个国家和院省部级重点科研机构。

现有教职工3164多人,其中专任教师1098人,专职研究人员425人。有中国科学院和中国工程院院士28人,第三世界科学院院士6人,博士生导师332人,教授440人(含相当专业技术职务人员),副教授672人(含相当专业技术职务人员),还聘请了杨振宁、李政道、丁肇中、丘成桐、R.F.Curl、Eugene Garfield Charles等一批世界知名科学家为名誉教授、名誉博士和客座教授。

普通高等教育在校生19560人,其中博士生2604人,硕士生9483人,本科生7473人。本科生生源和培养质量一直在全国高校中名列前茅。

The International Affairs Office is the department responsible for international student program publicity and management. The program has experienced teachers for Chinese language and culture. Many bachelor-, master-, and doctoral-degree programs are open to foreign students. The international program also includes visiting students and visiting fellows learning Chinese as a second language as well as short-term components.

There are special international student apartments and foreign guest houses with air conditioners, hot water, telephones, televisions, Internet access, and a kitchen. The students may prepare meals in the apartment or have dinners in the dining room of the guest house. The international students can also go to any of the 14 dining rooms on campuses, all with air conditioners and delicious dishes. In the university there are hospitals, stores, telecom offices and bank branches, gymnasiums and indoor play fields, all open to international students.

Specialties for Undergraduates 

School
Department
Specialties
Science
Mathematics
Physics
Modern Physics
Astronomy and Applied Physics
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Information and Computational Science
Physics
Applied Physics
Optical Information Science and Technology
Astronomy
Chemistry and
Materials Science
Chemical Physics
Materials Science and Engineering
Chemistry
Polymer Science and Engineering
Chemistry
Applied Chemistry
Materials Physics
Materials Chemistry
Polymer Materials and Engineering
Life Science
Molecular Biology and Cell Biology
Neurobiology and Biophysics
Biological Science
Biological Technology
Engineering Science
Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering
Precision Machinery and Instrumentation
Thermal Science and Energy Engineering
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
Mechanical Design
Production and Automation
Technology and Instrument of Testing and Control Thermal
Energy and Power Engineering
Safety Engineering and Technology
Information Science
and Technology
Electronic Engineering and Information Science
Automation
Computer Science and Technology
Electronic Science and Technology
Electronic Information
Engineering Communication
Engineering Automation
Computer Science and Technology
Electronic Information Science and
Technology
and Technology
Earth and Space
Science
Earth and Space Science
Geophysics
Geochemistry
Atmospheric Science
Business
Statistics and Finance
Information Management and Decision Science
Management Science
Information Management and
Information System
Editology
Economy Laws
Accounting Management Science
MBA
MPA
Statistics Finance
Humanities and
Social Science
Foreign Languages
Scientific History and Archaeometry
Sci-tech Communication and Sci-tech Policy
Philosophy and Social Science
English
Archaeometry
Editology

Programs for Master's Degree
Acoustics Analytical Chemistry
Applied Chemistry Applied Computer Technology
Applied Mathematics Archaeology and Archaeometry
Astrophysics Atmospheric Physics and Atmospheric Environment
Atomic Physics and Molecular Physics Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Biomedical Engineering Biophysics
Botany Cell Biology
Chinese Philosophy Circuit and System
Communication Communication and Information Systems
Computational Mathematics Computer Software and Theory
Computer System Structure Condensed Matter Physics
Control Theory and Control Engineering Ecology
Education Technology Electromagnetism and Microwave Technology
Engineering Mechanics Engineering Thermophysics
Environment Science Finance (including Insurance)
Fluid Mechanics Fundamental Mathematics
General Mechanics and Foundation of Mechanics Genetics
Geochemistry Growth Biology
History of Science and Technology Hydrobiology
Inorganic Chemistry Management of Administration
Management of Corporation Management Science and Engineering
Marxist Theory and Education of Politics Master of Business Administration
Master of Engineering
1. Electronics and Information Engineering
2. Computer Technology
Master of Public Administration Material and Circulation of Nuclear Fuel
Material Science Mechanical Electronic Engineering
Microbiology Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics
Mode Recognition and Intelligent System Navigation, Guidance and Control
Neurobiology Nuclear Science and Engineering
Nuclear Technology and Application Operation and Cybernetics
Optics Organic Chemistry
Particle Physics and Nuclear Physics Philosophy of Science and Technology
Physical Chemistry Physical Electronics
Physics and Chemistry of Material Physiology
Plasma Physics Polymer Chemistry and Physics
Precision Instrument and Machinery Probability and Statistics
Radio Physics Radio Protection and Environment Protection
Refrigeration and Microtherm Engineering Safety Engineering and Technology
Signal and Information Processing Solid Mechanics
Solid State Geophysics Space Physics
Technology and Instrument of Testing and Measuring Theoretical Physics
Zoology

Programs for Doctoral Degree
Acoustics Analytical Chemistry
Applied Computer Technology Applied Mathematics
Atomic Physics and Molecular Physics Astrophysics
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biophysics
Biomedical Engineering Botany
Cell Biology Circuit and System
Communication and Information System Computational Mathematics
Computer System Structure Computer Software and Theory
Condensed Matter Physics Control Theory and Control Engineering
Ecology Engineering Mechanics
Electromagnetism and Microwave Technology Engineering Thermophysics
Fluid Mechanics Fundamental Mathematics
Genetics Geochemistry
General Mechanics and Foundation Mechanics Growth Biology
History of Science and Technology Hydrobiology
Inorganic Chemistry Management Science and Engineering
Material and Circulation of Nuclear Fuel Microbiology
Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics Mode Recognition and Intelligent System
Nuclear Science and Engineering Neurobiology
Nuclear Technology and Application Operation and Cybernetics
Optics Organic Chemistry
Particle Physics and Nuclear Physics Physical Chemistry
Physics and Chemistry of Material Physical Electronics
Physiology Plasma Physics
Polymer Chemistry and Physics Precision Instrument and Machinery
Probability and Statistics Radio Physics
Radio Protection and Environment Protection Safety Engineering and Technology
Signal and Information Processing Solid Mechanics
Solid State Geophysics Space Physics
Theoretical Physics Zoology

Programs for Postdoctoral Fellow
Astronomy Biology
Chemistry Computer Science and Technology
Dynamical Engineering and Thermophysics Electronic Science and Technology
Geology Information and Communication
Mathematics Mechanics
Nuclear Science and Technology Physics

Chinese Language and Culture Programs

Length of Courses

Courses may run from one week to three years in length. Students can come to study at any time and they will be divided into different classes according to their level of Chinese and demands. Classes will be carried out as classroom teaching, seminars, presentations, outdoor-extended classes and lectures from Monday through Friday. However, aside from providing a certificate of study from the university, this program does not confer any degree. 

Chinese Language:
Speaking Chinese, Basic Chinese (I, II, III), Chinese Listening, Modern Chinese, Introduction to Chinese Literature and Arts, An Audiovisual Chinese Course, Chinese Reading, Chinese Writing, Intermediate Level Chinese Course, Advanced Level Chinese Course, etc.

Chinese Culture
Chinese History, An Introduction to Chinese Literature, Chinese Arts, Chinese Painting, Chinese Cuisine, Traditional Musical Instruments and Music, Concise History of Ancient Chinese National Science, Modern China, Sunzi Military Tactics, Huangmei Opera, etc.

Admission Requirements

School
Department
Specialties
Science
Mathematics
Physics
Modern Physics
Astronomy and Applied Physics
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Information and Computational Science
Physics
Applied Physics
Optical Information Science and Technology
Astronomy
Chemistry and
Materials Science
Chemical Physics
Materials Science and Engineering
Chemistry
Polymer Science and Engineering
Chemistry
Applied Chemistry
Materials Physics
Materials Chemistry
Polymer Materials and Engineering
Life Science
Molecular Biology and Cell Biology
Neurobiology and Biophysics
Biological Science
Biological Technology
Engineering Science
Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering
Precision Machinery and Instrumentation
Thermal Science and Energy Engineering
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
Mechanical Design
Production and Automation
Technology and Instrument of Testing and Control Thermal
Energy and Power Engineering
Safety Engineering and Technology
Information Science
and Technology
Electronic Engineering and Information Science
Automation
Computer Science and Technology
Electronic Science and Technology
Electronic Information
Engineering Communication
Engineering Automation
Computer Science and Technology
Electronic Information Science and
Technology
and Technology
Earth and Space
Science
Earth and Space Science
Geophysics
Geochemistry
Atmospheric Science
Business
Statistics and Finance
Information Management and Decision Science
Management Science
Information Management and
Information System
Editology
Economy Laws
Accounting Management Science
MBA
MPA
Statistics Finance
Humanities and
Social Science
Foreign Languages
Scientific History and Archaeometry
Sci-tech Communication and Sci-tech Policy
Philosophy and Social Science
English
Archaeometry
Editology

Admission
As soon as your application is accepted, you will receive the following documents from the International Affairs Office.
a) Admission Notice by USTC
b) JW 202 Form for visa application
Students who have received the above documents should apply at the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate General for the visa. Students who will study at USTC for more than one month are required to apply for an X (study/student) visa. Those who will be studying here for less than one month can apply for either an X visa or L (travel) visa.

Registration:
Time: Non-degree students can come at any time. Degree students should arrive before September 10th for fall semester. Registration fee is US$20.00.

Degrees and Certificates:
1) Degree candidates who have successfully completed their programs and have met all the requirements prescribed by the university will be conferred accordingly a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree.
2) Non-degree students will receive a certificate of graduation at the end of their study.

Tuition and Fees
The tuition shall be paid in the first week of study. The tuition covers expenses for teaching, textbooks, experiments, cultural lectures and activities.

Accommodations
All on-campus houses are air-conditioned with bathroom, and equipped with Cable TV, refrigerator, phone, and the necessary furniture.

Room Type Cost per day
4-Room Apartment US$8/room

Food Cost (approx.)
Student’s Dining Room US$40/month
Restaurant US$120/month

 

Web: www.ustc.edu.cn

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