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Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

University Tier Public University
Loacation Chengdu Sichuan
Founded 1925
International Students 1500 +
Students Total 22,000 +
Number of Campuses 2
Number of Staff Unknow

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

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The Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, known as SWUFE, is one of the Ministry of Education’s 71 key universities. Within this elite group, SWUFE is one of only five universities specializing in finance and economics. SWUFE was established in 1925; it now contains 2 campuses, 27 departments and schools, and 22,000+ students.

SWUFE began enrolling and educating international students in 1996. In 2001, SWUFE was listed as one of China’s key universities for enrolling and educating international students. Since 1996, SWUFE has successfully educated thousands of international students from countries all over the world.

    SWUFE takes pride in cultivating a campus atmosphere that emphasizes innovation and the appreciation of fine culture. SWUFE has won the first prize of “Excellent Achievement in the Construction of Campus Culture” awarded by the Ministry of Education of China.

Graduates of SWUFE pursue their careers in international institutions and organizations such as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank as well as Fortune 500 Companies and domestic/foreign universities. SWUFE has nurtured an array of excellent leading figures in finance and government among its 130,000 alumni. Our alumni enjoy high evaluations among employers over the recent decades.

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Chengdu, located in southwest China, is the capital of Sichuan province. Since 1999, drawing the support of "Western development Policy", Chengdu has made earthshaking changes. In 2010, Forbes unveiled top 10 fastest growing cities in the next decade and Chengdu won the first place. In 2015, Chengdu was also selected in The New York Times’ list of the world’s 52 must-see places. Till now, Chengdu has become the most important economic, cultural, and transportation center in Western China. Chengdu enjoys nice weather and is also widely known as “The City Impossible to Leave after Coming”.

China's state council has designated Chengdu as the country's western center of logistics, commerce, finance, science and technology, as well as a hub of transportation and communication. It is also an important base for manufacturing and agriculture. By June 2015, 265 Fortune 500 companies had set up branches in Chengdu, ranking as the first in terms of the number of Fortune 500 companies in Central and Western China.

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