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Study in China University of Geosciences (Beijing)


  • China University of Geosciences in Beijing is among the first group of China's higher level universities designated for the state key construction of the "211" project

  • Finally, in September 2006,CUGB was established as a joint responsibility of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Land and Resources.

  • Out of 40,000+ graduates, 24 alumni have been elected to either the Chinese Academy of Sciences or the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and more than 200 alumni have been singled out as "model workers" by provinces or ministries.

  • As a multi-disciplinary national key university, CUGB is one of China's main centers for educating geological researchers and professionals of all sorts.


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Study in Central Conservatory of Music
Central Conservatory of Music
City: Beijing
Level: 211 Project
Type: Art
Location: Urban
Attribute: Public


  • Currently, it was listed as one of the leading universities in the "211 project" in 2000, the only institution in Academies of Fine Arts in China, and only key institution of higher learning supervised directly under the Ministry of Education of the State Council among all academies of arts in China.

  • For past 55 years, thousands of students have graduated from the Conservatory, some of them have established the international reputation.

  • The students have won 481 prizes in major international music competitions, including the golden and silver medals in Tchaikovsky International Music Competition, 1801 prizes in national music competitions, 346 music compositions have been awarded in international and national competition.

  • A Number of international students from different countries studied in the Central Conservatory of Music.


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About 211 Project Project

“211 Project“ was initiated in 1995 by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China, it is a project aimed at enhancing research standards of high-level universities and cultivating strategies for socio-economic development. So far, China has more than 118 institutions of higher education that were designated as 211 Project institutions, and from 1996 to 2000, approximately US$2.2 billion was invested in this project. Among those universities, 6 percent for them have met certain scientific, technical, and human resources standards and offer advanced degree programs. Nowadays, four-fifths of doctoral students and one-third of undergraduates are trained by project 211 universities in China. What’s more, they offer 85% of the state's key subjects, hold 96 percent of the state's key laboratories, and utilize 70% of scientific research funding in China.
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