About Yangtze University
Yangtze University (Chinese: 长江大学) is a university in Jingzhou and Wuhan, in Hubei province, China.
The main campus is in Jingzhou, with a new campus built in Wuhan. Yangtze University is known for its petroleum-related teaching programs and research capacities in China, as the former Jianghan Petroleum Institute was one of the major Chinese petroleum institutes.
The university has a total of 105 undergraduate majors; 3,212 faculty members, 32,639 general undergraduate and junior college students, 4,343 full-time doctoral and master’s degree students, and more than 800 international students. Read More.
Figures and Facts
Founded 1950 (Found) April 16, 2003 (merged) School Day April 16 Type of school Public comprehensive university Number of employees 3128 Number of students 36945 Affiliated to Hubei Education Department Website http://www.yangtzeu.edu.cn