Located in the northwestern suburbs of Beijing, Tsinghua University was established in 1911 on the site of “Qing Hua Yuan (Tsinghua Garden)” —a former royal garden of the Qing Dynasty.
Since China opened up to the world in 1978, Tsinghua University has developed at a breathtaking pace into a comprehensive research university. At present, the university has 14 schools and 56 departments with faculties in science, engineering, humanities, law, medicine, history, philosophy, economics, management, education and art. The University has now over 25,900 students, including 13,100 undergraduates and 12,800 graduate students. As one of China’s most renowned universities, Tsinghua has become an important institution for fostering talent and scientific research.
Home to 149 key research institutes and 13 key state laboratories, Tsinghua’s research and innovation address real-world problems and improve lives.
Tsinghua alumni have stepped all over the world and are active in the developed countries such as the United States and Japan, the developing ones including India and Thailand, and the distant southern Africa and South America as well. Around 20,000 alumni currently stay abroad, mostly in North America, and nearly half of them live and work in Silicon Valley under the background of the University's strength in science and engineering. Nearly 50 Tsinghua alumni organizations have been established in over 10 countries.
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The Student Services Center is located in the student living area, and is comprised of many supporting facilities, such as a bank, post office, supermarket, copy shop, bookstore, photography studio, optical shop and barber shop. In addition, the Front Desk of the Student Dormitory is located in the Student Service Center, which provides a 24 hour "one-stop" service.
According to the experiences of our international students, many of them prefer to live in the apartments near the campus, such as Huaqing Jiayuan and Dongsheng Yuan, etc. Some students choose to live far from the campus, because the rents might be much lower.
Currently the university library comprises the Old Library, the Yifu Library, the Mochtar-Riady Library, the Humanities and Social Sciences Library, the Arts Library, the Finance Library, the Law Library, the Economics and Management Library and the Architecture Library.
New incoming students, please check in with the International Students Office or the office of your department with your Admission Letter or Student ID in order to get your network username and password envelope to log on to the Tsinghua Campus Network.
The health insurance system for the accidental injury and hospitalization of international students has been implemented in China. The insurance fees for scholarship-sponsored students are paid by the Ministry of Education of PRC.
The Zijing International Student Apartments of Tsinghua University provide three types of dormitory rooms to the international students: single room (private bedroom and bathroom), RMB 80/day; AB room (private bedroom, shared bathroom), RMB 80/day/person; double room (two beds in one room, shared bathroom on each floor), RMB 40/day/person. Included in each room are bedclothes, air-conditioner, telephone, Internet access and furniture.
The on-campus sports facilities include the following:
The International Student and Scholars Center was established in 2016, aiming to offer a one stop service to assist the international students and faculty in Beijing. The high level of support includes assistance on immigration and visas, legal issues, health insurance, career development, accommodation, and language support as well as integrating into Chinese culture.
The university has Local,Enterprise and Overseas Partnerships.
I went on exchange to Tsinghua University with little to no expectation of my experience. However, when I got there, I had the time of my life. I went as a part of a language program from my home university. Classes ran from 8am-12pm every week day. All the classes were taught in Mandarin so I could improve my proficiency quite quickly. After class I would normally do my...