|1||University of Cambridge||United Kingdom|
|2||Harvard University||United States|
|3||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||United States|
|4||Yale University||United States|
|5||University of Oxford||United Kingdom|
|6||Imperial College London||United Kingdom|
|7||UCL (University College London)||United Kingdom|
|8||University of Chicago||United States|
|9||University of Pennsylvania||United States|
|10||Columbia University||United States|
|11||Stanford University||United States|
|12||California Institute of Technology (Caltech)||United States|
|13||Princeton University||United States|
|14||University of Michigan||United States|
|15||Cornell University||United States|
|16||Johns Hopkins University||United States|
|18||ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)||Switzerland|
|19||Duke University||United States|
|20||University of Edinburgh||United Kingdom|
|21||University of California, Berkeley (UCB)||United States|
|22||University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong|
|23||University of Toronto||Canada|
|24||Northwestern University||United States|
|25||The University of Tokyo||Japan|
|26||Australian National University||Australia|
|27||King’s College London (University of London)||United Kingdom|
|28||National University of Singapore (NUS)||Singapore|
|29||The University of Manchester||United Kingdom|
|30||University of Bristol||United Kingdom|
|31||The University of Melbourne||Australia|
|33||École Normale Supérieure, Paris||France|
|34||University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)||United States|
|35||Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne||Switzerland|
|37||The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong|
|38||The University of Sydney||Australia|
|39||Brown University||United States|
|40||The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology||Hong Kong|
|41||University of Wisconsin-Madison||United States|
|42||Seoul National University||Korea, South|
|43||Carnegie Mellon University||United States|
|44||New York University (NYU)||United States|
|48||The University of Queensland||Australia|
|49||The University of New South Wales||Australia|
|50||The University of Warwick||United Kingdom|
|51||University of British Columbia||Canada|
|52||University of Copenhagen||Denmark|
|54||Technische Universität München||Germany|
|55||University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill||United States|
|56||University of Washington||United States|
|57||Tokyo Institute of Technology||Japan|
|58||Nanyang Technological University (NTU)||Singapore|
|59||University of Glasgow||United Kingdom|
|61||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||United States|
|63||University of Amsterdam||Netherlands|
|64||London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)||United Kingdom|
|65||Trinity College Dublin||Ireland|
|66||Freie Universität Berlin||Germany|
|67||University of Birmingham||United Kingdom|
|69||University of Geneva||Switzerland|
|70=||Boston University||United States|
|72||The University of Sheffield||United Kingdom|
|73||The University of Western Australia||Australia|
|74||The University of Nottingham||United Kingdom|
|75||University of Southampton||United Kingdom|
|76||University of Texas at Austin||United States|
|77||University of California, San Diego (UCSD)||United States|
|78||Washington University in St. Louis||United States|
|82||The University of Auckland||New Zealand|
|84||Georgia Institute of Technology||United States|
|85||Purdue University||United States|
|87||National Taiwan University (NTU)||Taiwan|
|89||University of Helsinki||Finland|
|90||KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology||Korea, South|
|92||The University of Adelaide||Australia|
|93||University of Leeds||United Kingdom|
|94||Pennsylvania State University||United States|
|95||Durham University||United Kingdom|
|96||University of York||United Kingdom|
|97||University of St Andrews||United Kingdom|
|98||Pohang University of Science And Technology (POSTECH)||Korea, South|
|99||Dartmouth College||United States|
|100||University of Alberta||Canada|
|101||University of California, Davis||United States|
|102||University of Minnesota||United States|
|103||Erasmus University Rotterdam||Netherlands|
|104||Delft University of Technology||Netherlands|
|106||University of Zurich||Switzerland|
|107||University of Southern California||United States|
|108||University of Oslo||Norway|
|110||City University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong|
|111||Ohio State University||United States|
|112||Lomonosov Moscow State University||Russia|
|113||University of Maryland, College Park||United States|
|114||Emory University||United States|
|115||University of Groningen||Netherlands|
|116||University of Pittsburgh||United States|
|117||Rice University||United States|
|118||University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)||United States|
|119||Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)||France|
|120||Hebrew University of Jerusalem||Israel|
|121||University of Bergen||Norway|
|123||University of Liverpool||United Kingdom|
|124||Shanghai Jiao Tong University||China|
|125||Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL)||Belgium|
|126||University of Virginia||United States|
|127||Newcastle University||United Kingdom|
|128||University of Rochester||United States|
|129||Yonsei University||Korea, South|
|130||University of Otago||New Zealand|
|131||Vanderbilt University||United States|
|132||Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin||Germany|
|133||École Normale Supérieure de Lyon||France|
|134||University College Dublin||Ireland|
|135||Cardiff University||United Kingdom|
|136||University of Lausanne||Switzerland|
|137||Université de Montréal||Canada|
|138||Radboud University Nijmegen||Netherlands|
|140||Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen||Germany|
|141||University of Aberdeen||United Kingdom|
|142||University of Colorado at Boulder||United States|
|143||University of Bern||Switzerland|
|145||Case Western Reserve University||United States|
|146||Eindhoven University of Technology||Netherlands|
|148||University of California, Irvine||United States|
|150||Technical University of Denmark||Denmark|
|151||University of Basel||Switzerland|
|152||Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen||Germany|
|153||Lancaster University||United Kingdom|
|154||Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn||Germany|
|155||University of Vienna||Austria|
|156||University of Cape Town||South Africa|
|157||The University of Western Ontario||Canada|
|158||Texas A&M University||United States|
|160||University of Waterloo||Canada|
|161||University of Florida||United States|
|162||University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC)||United States|
|163||University of Arizona||United States|
|164||Michigan State University||United States|
|165||University of Ghent||Belgium|
|166||Georgetown University||United States|
|167||Universiti Malaya (UM)||Malaysia|
|168||University of Bath||United Kingdom|
|169=||Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)||Mexico|
|169=||Universidade de São Paulo||Brazil|
|172||Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL)||United Kingdom|
|173||Tel Aviv University||Israel|
|174||Tufts University||United States|
|176||Universitat de Barcelona (UB)||Spain|
|177||The Hong Kong Polytechnic University||Hong Kong|
|179||VU University Amsterdam||Netherlands|
|180||KTH, Royal Institute of Technology||Sweden|
|181||University College Cork||Ireland|
|182||Universität Frankfurt am Main||Germany|
|183||Università di Bologna (UNIBO)||Italy|
|184||University of Gothenburg||Sweden|
|186=||University of Tsukuba||Japan|
|188=||University of Science and Technology of China||China|
|190||Korea University||Korea, South|
|192||University of Iowa||United States|
|193||Queen's University of Belfast||United Kingdom|
|194||Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona||Spain|
|195||University of Leicester||United Kingdom|
|196||Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)||Belgium|
|197=||University of Antwerp||Belgium|
|197=||University of Sussex||United Kingdom|
|199||University of Dundee||United Kingdom|
|200||King Saud University||Saudi Arabia|
King Saud University (KSU, Arabic: جامعة الملك سعود) is a public university located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It was founded in 1957 by King Saud bin Abdul Aziz as Riyadh University, as the first university in the kingdom not dedicated to religious subjects.The university was created to meet the shortage of skilled workers in Saudi Arabia. It was renamed to King Saud University in 1982.
The student body of KSU today consists of about 37,874 students of both sexes. The university offers courses in the natural sciences, the humanities, and professional studies, for which it charges no tuition. The medium of instruction in undergraduate programs is English except for Arabic and Islamic subjects.
Establishing Saudi Arabia’s first university was a response to the educational and professional needs of a young nation. Abdulaziz Al-Saud, proclaimed the King in 1932, and began laying the foundations for modernizing his country and establishing an educational system. In 1953, Saud, the eldest son of Abdulaziz, acceded to the throne upon his father's death. He would soon institute the Council of Ministers and establish the Ministry Education.
Prince Fahd, who would eventually become the Saudi King himself, assumed the office of the first Ministry of Education, and following the first session of the Council of Ministers, he announce, “We will shortly establish the first Saudi University, this is a foregone conclusion. This university will be one of the most prominent houses of culture and sciences and will be worthy of our country where the light of Islamic faith and civilization has emanated.” The Kingdom's first institute of higher education, King Saud University, was subsequently opened in Riyadh in 1957.
Prince Fahd was committed to promoting higher education, and once said, “I am interested, before anything else, in supporting higher and vocational education in this country in order to add a new and illustrious chapter to our glorious history. Establishing a Saudi university with all its colleges, institutes and laboratories, built according to the highest of standards, is my immediate concern.”
In 1957, according to the dictates of the Royal Decree No. 17, Prince Fahd announced the founding of King Saud University, established in order to, “Disseminate and promote knowledge in Our Kingdom for widening the base of scientific and literary study, and for keeping abreast with other nations in the arts and sciences and for contributing with them discovery and invention”, in addition to reviving Islamic civilization and articulate its benefits and glories, along with its ambitions to nurture the young virtuously and to guarantee their healthy minds and ethics.”
KSU: A History of Success
Students began studying in the College of Arts in the 1957-58 academic year. Since that time, KSU has gone through many stages of developments, and its administrative organization has developed and adapted according to the diverse needs and expanding role of the nation.
A great many of changes would take place in the coming years, such as the establishing of new colleges and opening of new branches throughout the Kingdom. Below is a collection of some of the most significant changes and developments to take place at King Saud University since its founding in 1957:
Between 1958 and 1960, three colleges are established: the College of Sciences, the College of Business (now the College of Public Administration) and the College of Pharmacy.
Royal Decree No. 112 grants King Saud University independent status with its own budget; the University was now responsible for higher education, promoting scholarly research and advancing the sciences and arts in the country. The Minister of Education was to be Rector of King Saud University, while the administrative positions of Vice Rector and Secretary General were established and each college and institute was required to have a dean, a vice dean, and a university council. (1961)
The College of Agriculture is established; in the same year, control over the Colleges of Engineering and Education, having been under the Ministry of Education in cooperation with UNESCO, is assumed by the University (1965)
The name King Saud University is changed to the University of Riyadh (1967)
The College of Medicine (1969)
Arabic Language Institute for non-Arabic speakers, as well as the Deanships of Admission and Registration and Students Affairs and Libraries (1974)
The College of Dentistry and the College of Applied Medical Sciences are added to the Riyadh campus and the launching of the Abha campus with the College of Education (1976)
The Graduate College assumes role of supervising and organizing all graduate programs in the various departments of the University (1978)
The College of Medicine at Abha (1980)
A branch in Qassim opens with the Colleges of Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine, and Economics and Administration (1981)
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the University of Riyadh goes back to its original name of King Saud University at the orders of King Khalid bin Abdulaziz. The Deanship of Community Service and Continuing Education replaces the Center for Community Service and King Khalid University Hospital (KKUH) is formally opened (1982)
The Colleges of Computer and Information Science Sciences and Architecture and Planning (1984)
The Institute of Languages and Translation (1991), but becomes the College of Languages and Translation (1995)
The Council of Higher Education approves the creation of the Center for Consulting and Research, which would eventually be renamed the King Abdullah Center for Consulting and Research (1996)
King Saud University Community College in Jazan and the College of Sciences at the Qassim campus (1997)
King Khalid University is accorded university status in southwest Saudi Arabia. The branch of Imam Islamic University becomes an independent university. After unified regulations for graduate studies are established for Saudi universities, the Graduate College becomes the Deanship of Graduate Studies, while the Deanship of Academic Research is established in accordance with the dictates of the System of Academic Research (1998)
The College of Medicine is established at the Qassim campus, and the Deanship of Community Service and Continuing Education was turned into the College of Applied Studies and Community Service (2000)
The Community College in Riyadh (2001)
The College of Science at Al-Jouf is established, and the College of Engineering is opened at Qassim, which becomes an independent university. Community colleges are approved for Al-Majma’ah, Al-Aflaj, and Al-Qurayyat (2003)
Law and Political Science
Tourism & Archaeology
Arabic Language Institute
Physical Education & Sports
Food and Agricultural Sciences
Computer and Information Sciences
Architecture and Planning
Applied Medical Sciences
Prince Sultan College for Emergency Medical Services
Applied Studies and Community Service
Community College in Al-Riyadh
Center For Female Scientific and Medical Colleges
Olayasha Center for Girls
King Saud University ranked:
200th in the 2011 QS World University Ranking
Queen's University Belfast is a public research university in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The university's official title, per its charter, is the Queen's University of Belfast. It is often referred to simply as Queen's, or by the abbreviation QUB. The university was chartered in 1845, and opened in 1849 as "Queen's College, Belfast", but has roots going back to 1810 and the Royal Belfast Academical Institution.
Queen's is a member of the Russell Group of leading research intensive universities, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the European University Association, Universities Ireland and Universities UK. The university offers academic degrees at various levels and across a broad subject range, with over 300 degree programmes available.
The University also forms the focal point of the Queen's Quarter area of the city, one of Belfast's seven cultural districts.
Queen's University Belfast has its roots in the Belfast Academical Institution, which was founded in 1810 and remains as the Royal Belfast Academical Institution. The present university was first chartered as "Queen's College, Belfast" in 1845, when it was associated with the simultaneously founded Queen's College, Cork and Queen's College, Galway as part of the Queen's University of Ireland – founded to encourage higher education for Catholics and Presbyterians, as a counterpart to Trinity College, Dublin, then an Anglican institution. Queen's College, Belfast opened in 1849.Its main building, the Lanyon Building, was designed by the English architect, Sir Charles Lanyon. Some early students at Queen's University Belfast took University of London examinations.
The Irish Universities Act, 1908 dissolved the Royal University of Ireland, which had replaced the Queen's University of Ireland in 1879, and created two separate universities: the current National University of Ireland and Queen's University of Belfast.
Queen's has been led by a distinguished line of Vice-chancellors, including Sir David Keir, Lord Ashby of Brandon, Dr Michael Grant, Sir Arthur Vick, Sir Peter Froggatt, Sir Gordon Beveridge, and Sir George Bain, the current Vice Chancellor is Professor Sir Peter Gregson.
The university's Chancellors have included Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 9th Earl of Shaftesbury, Field Marshal Alan Brooke, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke, Sir Tyrone Guthrie, Eric Ashby, Baron Ashby and George J. Mitchell.The incumbent is Kamalesh Sharma.
In addition to the main campus not far from the centre of Belfast, the university has two associated university colleges, these being St Mary's and Stranmillis both also located in Belfast. Although offering a range of degree courses, these colleges primarily provide training for those wishing to enter the teaching profession. The university has formal agreements with other colleges in Northern Ireland and operates several outreach schemes to rural areas.
While the university refers to its main site as a campus, the university's buildings are in fact spread over a number of public streets in South Belfast, centring around University Road, University Square and Stranmillis Road, with other departments located further afield.
Faculties and schools
Academics at Queen's are organised into twenty schools across three faculties. Each school operates as a primary management unit of the university and the schools are the focus for education and research for their respective subject areas.
Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
School of Education
School of English
School of History and Anthropology
School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy
School of Modern Languages
School of Law
Queen's University Management School
School of Creative Arts
Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
School of Biological Sciences
School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences
School of Nursing and Midwifery
School of Pharmacy
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
School of Mathematics and Physics
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering
School of Psychology
School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work
Several institutes are also associated with Queen's. Located close to the main campus is the Institute of Professional Legal Studies at Queen's which offers training to law graduates to enable them to practise as solicitors or barristers in Northern Ireland, England & Wales and the Republic of Ireland.
The Institute of Theology consists of several colleges with a Christian emphasis, including St Mary's (Catholic), Union Theological College (Presbyterian), Belfast Bible College (non-denominational), as well as Baptist and Methodist colleges in Belfast. In all five colleges teach any programmes with a theological emphasis on behalf of the university; the university may confer theology degrees but cannot teach the subject itself.
Queen's University Belfast ranked:
197th in the 2010 QS World University Ranking
193th in the 2011 QS World University Ranking
The University of Iowa (also known as UI, or simply Iowa) is a public state-supported research university located in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. It is the oldest public university in the state. The university is organized into eleven colleges granting undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. UI is categorized as RU/VH Research University (very high research activity) in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.The university is a group member of the Association of American Universities, the Big Ten Conference, Committee on Institutional Cooperation, and the Universities Research Association. Additionally, UI is considered a Public Ivy according to Howard and Matthew Greene's "The Public Ivies: America's Flagship Public Universities".
The University is home to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. It is one of the largest university-owned teaching hospitals in the nation. Iowa was the first American institution of higher learning to accept creative work for academic credit, and developed the Master of Fine Arts degree.
The University of Iowa was founded February 25, 1847 as Iowa's first public institution of higher learning, only 59 days after Iowa became a state. The legal name for the university is the State University of Iowa (SUI) but this became confusing with Iowa State University (ISU), and the Board of Regents approved using "University of Iowa" (UI) for everyday usage in October 1964.
The first faculty offered instruction at the university beginning in March 1855 to students in the Old Mechanics Building, situated where Seashore Hall is now. In September 1855, there were 124 students, of whom forty-one were women. The 1856–57 catalogue listed nine departments offering Ancient Language, Modern Language, Intellectual philosophy, Moral Philosophy, History, Natural History, Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Chemistry. The first President was Amos Dean.
The original campus was composed of the Iowa Old Capitol Building and the 10 acres (40,000 m2) (4.046 hectares) of land on which it stood. Following the placing of the cornerstone July 4, 1840, the building housed the Fifth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa (December 5, 1842) and then became the first capitol of the State of Iowa (December 28, 1846). Until that date it had been the third capitol of the Territory of Iowa. When the capitol of Iowa was moved to Des Moines in 1857, Old Capitol became the first permanent "home" of the University.
In 1855, Iowa became the first public university in the United States to admit men and women on an equal basis. Additionally, the university was the world's first university to accept creative work in theater, writing, music, and art on an equal basis with academic research.
The university was one of the first institutions in America to grant a law degree to a woman (Mary B. Hickey Wilkinson, 1873), to grant a law degree to an African American (G. Alexander Clark, 1879), and to put an African American on a varsity athletic squad (Frank Holbrook, 1895). The university offered its first doctoral degree in 1898.
The university was the first state-university to officially recognize the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Allied Union (1970).
Iowa established the first law school west of the Mississippi River, and was also the first to use television in education (1932) and pioneered the field of standardized testing. Additionally, Iowa was the first Big Ten institution to promote an African American to an administrative vice president’s position (Dr. Phillip Hubbard, promoted in 1966).
Colleges and Schools
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
School of Art and Art History
School of Music
Tippie College of Business
College of Engineering
College of Pharmacy
College of Education
College of Nursing
College of Law
Carver College of Medicine
College of Dentistry
University of Iowa College of Public Health
The University of Iowa College of Public Health was formed in 1999 when the Department of Preventive Medicine and Environmental Health and the Graduate Program in Hospital and Health Administration were split from the Carver College of Medicine.
Iowa Institute of Gerontology: The Iowa Institute of Gerontology existed from 1953 until 1971. It was closed in the latter year due to a budget shortfall.
Institute of Agricultural Medicine. The Institute of Agricultural Medicine was established in 1955 with a grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation as an institutte to study rural public health issues.It was later renamed to the Institute of Agricultural Medicine and Occupational Health.
University of Iowa ranked:
192th in the 2011 QS World University Ranking
Zhejiang University (ZJU; simplified Chinese: 浙江大学; traditional Chinese: 浙江大學; pinyin: Zhèjiāng Dàxué; Wade–Giles: Che-chiang-ta-hsüeh), sometimes referred to as Zheda, is a national university in China. Founded in 1897, Zhejiang University is one of China's oldest institutions of higher education. It is a member of the C9 League.
Zhejiang University is located in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, approximately 112 miles (180 km) southwest of Shanghai. Zhejiang University Library collection contains about 6.9 million volumes, making it one of the largest academic libraries in the country.
In 1897, Lin Qi (simplified Chinese: 林启; traditional Chinese: 林啓; pinyin: Lín Qǐ; Wade–Giles: Lin Ch'i), the mayor of Hangzhou, established "Qiushi Academy" (simplified Chinese: 求是书院; traditional Chinese: 求是書院; pinyin: Qíushì Shūyuàn; Wade–Giles: Ch'iu-shih-shu-yüan). Lin studied the western higher education system and applied it to Qiushi Academy, which would become one of the earliest new schools in modern China history. 1902, Qiushi Academy was renamed as Zhejiang Academy (浙江大學堂/浙江大学堂). 1903, its name was changed to Zhejiang Advanced College， established by Hongcheng's wife, panpan. The "Yuying Academy" was also one of the Zhejiang University's early roots. Yuying Academy was established in 1902 with its original name "Yuying Xuetang" (Xuetang means school or college), later "Yuying Yishu" (Yishu means public school), and then the academy. 1911, Yuying Academy was modified to Zhijiang Xutang, and moved to the Qinwang Hill (秦望山), outside of Hangzhou.
1912, the Zhejiang Medical School was established, later it developed to the Zhejiang Provincial Medical College. This college became the medical college of Zhejiang University.
1927, some schools and colleges (e.g. industrial and agricultural colleges/schools) were merged into the Qiushi Academy. Then the name of the enlarged school was changed into "National Third Sun Zhongshan University" (or, National Third Sun Yat-sen University), for memorial of Sun Yat-sen. April 1, 1928, it was called "Chekiang University" (or Pinyin: Zhejiang University), in the same year, "National" was added and it became "National Chekiang University" (simplified Chinese: 国立浙江大学; traditional Chinese: 國立浙江大學; pinyin: Guólì Zhèjiāng Dàxué).
1937, the Second Sino-Japanese War broke out. Due to the attack from Japanese army, the university had to move out of Hangzhou to Guizhou until 1946, after the war ended.
Reputed as "Cambridge of the East" by Joseph Needham (twice visited ZJU in 1944) in China's modern history of higher education, Zhejiang University's was consistently ranked as among top 3 in the nation during that time.
During this period, the National Zhejiang University was praised as one of the Four most Prominent Universities in the Republic China (Chinese: 民国四大名校), along with National Central University, National Southwestern Associated University and National Wuhan University.
Zhejiang University was split up into a number of single-discipline colleges during the 1952 readjustment of China's Tertiary Education System. Its schools of arts and sciences either went to former Hangzhou University or jointed with Fudan University. Its medical and pharmaceutical schools formed Zhejiang Medical University. Its agricultural and horticultural schools went to establish Zhejiang Agricultural University.
1952~1953, Its chemical engineering departments and some the other technological parts went to former Hangzhou Chemical Engineering School (now Zhejiang University of Technology, ZJUT). And the dean Li Shouheng, who was one of the main founders of China's modern chemical engineering, was pointed to be the first president of ZJUT.
In 1998, with the approval of the State Council, the new Zhejiang University was established as a combination of four major universities that had grown up in Hangzhou over the previous half-century, namely Zhejiang University, Hangzhou University, Zhejiang Agricultural University and Zhejiang Medical University.
On September 21, 2006, Chinese billionaires Duan Yongping (Zhejiang University alumnus) and Ding Lei (Zhejiang native) donated together a one-time endowment of 40 million US dollars to Zhejiang University. 30 million USD was from Duan with 10 million from Ding.
Colleges and schools
Chu Kochen Honors College
College of Economics
Guanghua Law School
College of Education
College of Humanities
School of International Studies
College of Science
College of Life Sciences
College of Mechanical and Energy Engineering
College of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering
College of Electrical Engineering
College of Information Science and Electrical Engineering
College of Media and International Cultures
School of Aeronautics and Astronautics
College of Computer Science
College of Software Technology
College of Civil Engineering and Architecture
College of Biosystem Engineering and Food Science
College of Environmental and Resource Sciences
College of Biomedical Engineering and Instrument Science
College of Agriculture and Biotechnology
College of Animal Sciences
School of Medicine
College of Pharmaceutical Sciences
School of Management
College of Public Administration
Zhejiang University Ranked:
191th in the 2011 QS World University Ranking
The roots of education are bitter, but the fruits is sweet ~ Aristotle
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world ~ Nelson Mandela
Education is not a preparation for life, Education is life itself ~ John Dewey