Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology
About the university
Nanjing University of Information Engineering is a national "double first-class" university and a high-level university in Jiangsu Province. The university was founded in 1960 and was born in response to the needs of the national strategy and national economic construction of New China. It is subordinate to the Central (Military Commission) Meteorological Bureau, formerly known as the School of Meteorology of Nanjing University. It was established independently in 1963 as the Nanjing Institute of Meteorology. It was listed as a national key university in 1978 and renamed as the Nanjing University of Information Engineering in 2004. Since 2007, the People's Government of Jiangsu Province, the China Meteorological Administration, the Ministry of Education and the State Oceanic Administration have jointly built the project. Now it is a central and local co built university mainly managed by Jiangsu Province.
Part-time jobs at University
Number of students enrolled35800
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5 Reasons to choose this university
The university has a strong focus on the integration of science and education and has extensive teaching and research resources.
It has a number of practical teaching platforms, including a national experimental teaching demonstration center and a national virtual simulation experiment center.
The university has numerous high-quality programs and research platforms at the provincial and ministerial levels.
It has three academic journals, including Journal of Atmospheric Science, which is a core Chinese journal.
The university has established several collaborative innovation centers, including a center focused on meteorological disaster forecast and early warning.
|Application Fee||USD $71|
|On-Campus Acommodation/Year||USD $430|
|Average Tution Fee/Year||USD $2581|
|Cost of Living||USD $1900|