East China Normal University （华东师范大学）
East China Normal University
Located in Shanghai, East China Normal University is a high-level normal university founded in 1951. The university is modeled on the former Great China and Kwang Hua Universities, and incorporated with parts of Fudan University and Tongji University.
With two campuses in Minhang and Putuo Districts, covering a total area of more than 3,100 hectares, the university's beautiful campuses earned the school its long-standing reputation as a "Garden University."
The university offers 70 undergraduate programs, 38 categories of master's programs and 26 categories of doctoral programs in its 19 schools, and has 18 post-doctoral centers and several dozen labs and research bases. Its faculty now numbers almost 4,000, including 1,200 associate professors or above and 14 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Science and the Chinese Academy of Engineering. At present, there are about 14,000 full-time undergraduate students, 12,000 graduate students and over 3,700 international students.
The university has established cooperative partnerships with many world-renowned universities, such as ENS Group, France, the University of Pennsylvania and New York University, US, Tokyo University and Kobe University, Japan, and the University of Melbourne, Australia. It currently engages in academic exchanges with more than 150 foreign universities and institutions.