- 85Acceptance Rate
- 4Available Programs
- 15000Average Cost
Shanghai Finance University (SFU), formerly known as Shanghai Banking School, was launched in 2003 through the joint efforts of the Shanghai Municipal Government and the People's Bank of China. In Pudong New Area, SFU is near many multinational corporations and several universities. It sits on a campus with an area of more than 45 hectares and a construction area of 25 hectares. SFU has 11 schools and six departments, offering 25 majors. The students are from 23 provinces and municipalities of mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. SFU enrolls 600 foreign students. The university has more than 8000 full-time students and a faculty of 717. 227 teachers hold senior professional titles and three are entitled to 'State Special Allowance' by the China State Council.
Applicant must be a citizen of a foreign country from 18 years of age to 40, and hold a high school diploma.
Applicant must also provide a proof of English proficiency.
Scholarship & funding
SLU provides Shanghai Government Foreign Student Scholarship (SGS), which is granted to excellent prospective international students who will apply for Bachelor degree program in SLU. SLU offers scholarships, with the aim to encourage those international students who excel both at study and character, sponsoring their academic pursuit in China. For more information