Qingdao University

Qingdao University, situated in the historical and cultural city of Qingdao, is imbued with a profound traditional culture and the spirit of the present. It nestles below Fushan Mountain and faces the Yellow Sea.

Master's Programmes

Applied Sciences & Professions (1)
Computer Science & IT (1)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (1)



QDU’s current 11 disciplines are composed of Literature, Art, History, Philosophy, Science, Engineering, Medicine, Economics, Management, Law, Education.

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University Ranking

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Student Reviews

The honest truth
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

My current university is really good, I said im currently studying software engineering here its a good school with good teachers, and a great learning enviroment. The main reason i want to leave is because i realized that the majori took isnt what i really wanted. I choose to study software enginnering here beacuse it was cheaper for my family, the course i wanted to...

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Anonymous rated 2 out of 5 stars

Attending classes mainly on economics, Spanish and English. Economics teacher did not really take it seriously because it's not our "major". We are studying western economy principles and circumstances even though Chinese economy functions differently from that. English is an obligatory course and there are overall more than 100 students in one classroom that's fine but...

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