Top 10 Chinese universities favored by foreign students

By Zhang Junmian
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China, a country with its fantabulous culture and history, has attracted more and more expats to stay for further studies. Records show that more than one million international students have come to China since its reform and opening up in 1978. In 2010 alone, there were over 260,000 international students from more than 180 countries and regions going to schools in China.

China National Radio (CNR) education channel, based on votes from Internet users and reviews by experts, have listed, in no particular order, the top ten Chinese universities most favored by foreign students in 2011.

   University of International Business and Economics  对外经贸大学

 

University of International Business and Economics, one of the 'Top 10 Chinese universities favored by foreign students' by China.org.cn.

University of International Business and Economics [www.uibehnd.com]

Website: http://www.uibe.edu.cn/upload/uibe_eng/Home.php

Located in Beijing, University of International Business (UIBE) was first founded in 1951 as the Beijing Institute of Foreign Trade. UIBE is one of the most sought-after academic institutions in China, offering an array of courses on international business, international economic laws, business administration and business foreign languages. The university is dubbed "the Switzerland of Chinese universities" for its compact campus layout and pleasant landscape.

The university has established cooperation and exchange ties with more than 100 prestigious universities and research institutions in over 40 countries and regions in the world, including the U.S., U.K., France and Germany. Presently, it has more than 13,500 students, about 2,500 of whom are international students from more than 100 countries and regions.

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