Northeastern University


Northeastern UniversityNortheastern University (NEU) is located in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, the center of economy, culture and transportation in Northeast China.

Northeastern University was founded in April of 1923. After years of development, it has become a nationally strategic university with outstanding academic programs in the engineering sciences and strong academic programs in physical and social sciences, and law and business administration sciences. The University has been approved by the state as one of the first group of "211 Project" universities which enjoy privileged construction.

Northeastern University is operated directly under the Ministry of Education. The University adopts the management system of university and Schools. It has the School of Liberal Arts and Law, the School of Business Administration, the School of Sciences, the School of Resources and Civil Engineering, the School of Materials Science and Metallurgy, the School of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Information Science and Engineering, the School of Gold, and the Department of Foreign Languages, the Department of Physical Education, as well as Graduate Schools, the School of Adult Education, the Qinhuangdao Branch, the Liaoning Branch, and the NEU Continuous Education Center of the Ministry of Metallurgical Industry.

Following the wave of the reform and openness in China, the University with a patriotic tradition and academic style of "devotion, reality, solidarity, and creativity" will make itself an excellent university of national and international recognition in the early 21st century, based upon the integration of education, research and business and aided by its convenient location in Northeastern Asia Economic Rim and the historic opportunity of "211 Project".

Location: Shenyang
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