Shanghai Ocean University
Shanghai Ocean University, (hereinafter referred to as SHOU) is located in Shanghai, a modern metropolis. It originates back to 1912. The University is engaged in the study of aquaculture, food technology, fisheries economics, fisheries legislation, much attention is paid to the disciplines of agriculture, science, technology, and management. Despite the highly specialized name of the University, it is multidisciplinary and consists of 9 institutes (fisheries, Oceanology, food Technology, Economics and trade, Informatics, Humanities, Additional study, Science, ConcertedSino-Australian Institute IEN).
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University recruits 120-160 students for scholarships every year. Scholarships for Bachelor, Master and Doctoral Degree as well as for language courses are provided.
- SHOU announced 240 scholarship seats for foreign students to study in Shanghai. Those who wish to study in Shanghai and save budget it is a great way to obtain a degree. In SHOU you can get a degree in English or Chinese language.
- Scholarship for a Chinese language course
- Scholarship for bachelor degree in English medium
- Scholarship for masters in Chinese medium
Shanghai Ocean University Ranking 207 place.
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SHOU conducts training in 14 postgraduate curriculum, 24 university departments, 18 College specialties. Amount of students at SHOU is 10,000 people, including graduate students, students, high school students engaged in the summer school, and 3700 people engaged in the additional study program.
Shanghai Ocean University works closely with educational institutions in Canada, South Korea, the Russian Federation, and some other foreign institutions. Moreover, SHOU participates in the international student exchange program has long been involved in joint Sino-American projects related to marine Sciences and has created loyal collaboration with foreign institutions as the Trade and cultivation establishment of the UN, UNESCO, information center of fishing, Chinese fishing society, worldwide water administration organization and many others.
SHOU has 3 parts: a campus in Jungong-road, a campus in Mingxing, campus in Xuehai-road, 3 hydroponics centers in Nanhui (Shanghai), Fenghua, Xiangshan (Zhejiang province). In accordance with The main mapping of Shanghai institutions, Shou moved to LINGANG ten years ago. Modern construction in LINGANG covers a space of 1600 m, in future, it will reach 586,000 m2.
Foreigners are able to live in a separate hostel in good condition, where there is everything you need: bed, Desk, Internet, wardrobe, bathroom.
The campus international student support office helps students with all aspects of living and studying in China (from arrival and visa extension to track your progress).
Student cafes located on the campus are aimed at Chinese and foreign students, so every visitor will find a dish to their liking.
On-campus of Shanghai Ocean University in free access there is a football field, basketball, volleyball courts, tennis. If desired, you can maintain health, shape. A fee is nominal.
Population: about 25 million.
Shanghai (kit. UPR. , Pinyin: shànghǎi; y [zãhe]) is the most populated city in China and in the world.
Shanghai occupies the Yangtze River Delta in the east part of China. The city is a vital commercial center of China. Moreover, it is the biggest seaport in the world.
Shanghai is the financial and trade center of China. Market reforms in Shanghai began in 1992-a decade later than in the southern provinces. Prior to that, a large part of the revenues of the city have gone to Beijing. Even after reducing the tax burden, financial revenues from Shanghai accounted for 20-25% of China’s total budget (before the 1990s, this figure was about 70%). Today the city is the largest and most developed center of the continental part of China.
In Shanghai, four seasons-a short but relatively cold winter (it should be borne in mind that Shanghai is almost on the 30th parallel, that is, at the latitude of North Africa or the South of the United States-at these latitudes is almost no winter), short and fast spring, long and hot summer and quite a long autumn, which lasts, conditionally, until December. Unlike many other major cities in China, the streets are clean and the air quality is superior to most other cities.