Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) is a truly unique institution. It is the only international collaborative university in China with dual degree awarding powers, from the Chinese Ministry of Education and from the University of Liverpool. Founded in 2006 with an initial intake of just 164 students, the university has grown rapidly over the last six years. We now have nearly 6,000 students on campus with a further 1,600 studying at Liverpool under a 2+2 articulation agreement. The university is independent, but draws for guidance and experience upon its two parent universities, both of which are over one hundred years old and highly respected international pioneers.
We are recruiting students from all over the world for degree programmes at undergraduate level, including Architecture, Biological Science, Environmental Science, Computer Science & Technology, Information & Computing Science, Electrical Engineering & Automation, Electronic Science & Technology, Telecommunications Engineering, Information Management & Information Systems, Marketing, Accounting, Economics, Civic Design, Financial Mathematics, and English.
XJTLU also offers Chinese Language Studies.
The University accepts a wide variety of school, college and foundation qualifications such as A-Level, AS-Level, IB and other equivalent overseas qualifications.
English-taught degree programmes:
--- 30 undergraduate degree programmes and 20 Masters degree programmes
Learn Mandarin Chinese:
--- During your degree: Free courses as part of your degree
--- Summer Schools; Chinese Language / Business and Chinese
--- During semesters: Fall and Spring
World-class international learning environment:
--- 450 academic staff members from 45 countries
--- 7,000 students on campus, 2,000 studying at the University of Liverpool
UK degree from the University of Liverpool:
--- Undergraduate students receive two degrees (from XJTLU and from the University of Liverpool)
--- Masters students receive a University of Liverpool degree
Located in Suzhou (SIP), China:
--- 4th largest economy in China (in terms of GDP)
--- A modern international city which maintains its cultural heritage
--- Lower living cost compared to neighbouring Shanghai (25 minutes away by high-speed train)
Great career prospects:
--- 50% of graduates go on to do Master’s and PhD’s at universities ranking within the global top 100
--- Graduates have gained employment in world-leading companies, such as HSBC, Ernst & Young, and Morgan Stanley