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University of International Relations

University of International Relations (University of International Relations), referred to as "Guo Guan", is located in the western suburb of Beijing. Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China Directly subordinate to Treasury Department One of the 6 small pilot universities is in foreign languages. international issue Teaching and scientific research National Key Universities

University of International Relations was the first batch of new China to be born. General Ambassador A training course was launched, and in 50s, the teaching method focusing on foreign contemporary language learning was first established, and in the early stage of reform and opening up, it was the first to complete the transformation from a purely foreign language major to a compound foreign related major. University of International Relations suffered many times. Party and state leaders With the attention and care of Premier Zhou Enlai, he personally approved the establishment of the school and inspected the school. Chen Yi Marshal wrote the name of the Academy in his own hands. Jiang Zemin In 1994, the general secretary made an inscription in his own words: "strive to build University of International Relations into a characteristic first-class university".

According to the official website of the school in March 2015, the campus covers an area of nearly 200 mu, with a school building area of 10 square meters, 8 teaching departments, 10 undergraduate specialties, 370 thousand library collections, and nearly 500 full-time graduate students.

Historical evolution

The predecessor of University of International Relations was the central foreign affairs cadre school founded in 1949. The first batch of "general ambassadors" in New China was trained from here to the world.

In January 17, 1958, the Ministry of foreign affairs was in the direction of Premier Zhou In his request report, Vice Premier Chen Yi put forward the following points: "expand the scope of training and training of cadres in the college," China Foreign Affairs University Instead of University of International Relations, its main tasks are to train cadres in the Ministry of foreign affairs and other foreign affairs departments, and train teachers, junior researchers, journalists and editors in international relations. After the founding of University of International Relations, the existing cadre schools of foreign-related departments may consider appropriate integration so as to concentrate their strength and financial resources, and do well in the training of cadres in University of International Relations. "The source of students from University of International Relations can also be recruited by a number of university graduates according to their needs, mainly from the selection of cadres from various foreign-related departments."

In August 1, 1958, China Foreign Affairs University Officially renamed University of International Relations. Chen Yi, vice premier of the State Council and Minister of foreign affairs, wrote the school cards for the college.

In September 1959, the Ministry of foreign affairs decided to report to the State Council for appointment. Chen Xin Ren He is the president and Secretary of the Party committee of University of International Relations.

In November 29, 1960, the Ministry of foreign affairs asked Chen Yi, vice premier of the premier and Premier Zhou of the University of International Relations, to turn to University of International Relations as an on-the-job diplomatic cadre school. "In order to adapt to the needs of the international situation and the need for diplomatic work", it is "easy to concentrate on the existing teaching capacity, vigorously improve teaching methods, enhance teaching effectiveness, and cultivate a large number of junior and junior diplomatic cadres who are really in conformity with the specifications". This document is approved by the Central Committee of the newspaper.

In 1961, the school merged with China Foreign Affairs University and changed its name to the China Foreign Affairs University branch.

In 1964, schools were listed as National Key Universities

In 1965, it was named by University of International Relations marshal Chen Yi. Investigation Department of the CPC Central Committee During the cultural revolution, due to the special political background of the college, teaching and management suffered much damage and was suspended in 1970.

Since 1979, the first batch of national degree granting units has been approved by the State Council Academic Degree office.

In 1981, the school became one of the first batch of units granted the right to grant master's degrees in the country, and in 1983, it took the lead in completing the transformation from a single foreign language institution to a multi-disciplinary compound University.

In 1994, University of International Relations held the 45th anniversary anniversary celebration. Jiang Zemin Inscription for the school: "strive to turn University of International Relations into a characteristic first class university".

Scale of running a school

Faculty strength

As of February 2015, there were nearly 150 part-time teachers in the school. Among them, over 20 professors and 60 associate professors were in charge, accounting for nearly 60% of all teachers. Liu Hui Professor is a famous expert in the field of national government procurement, vice president. Guo Hui Min Professor is a famous expert in the field of international public relations. In addition, the school has 1 outstanding teaching teams in Beijing, and 4 famous teachers in Beijing.

General situation of departments

The undergraduate education has 2 colleges and 5 departments. It has 10 specialties, including international politics, international economics and trade, English, Japanese, French, communication, law, information management and information system, administration and Cyberspace Security. It is divided into 15 major directions, including international political theory research, international political and diplomatic practice, international economic and trade, government procurement, English culture, English translation, applied Japanese, applied French, culture and communication, law, information security, intelligent information processing, data science and engineering, cyberspace security, national security science, and 3 3 minor professional directions, such as English, international economics and trade, Spanish and so on.

Teaching construction

As of February 2015, the school had 2 state-level characteristic specialty construction sites, 4 city characteristic specialty construction points in Beijing, 1 national level quality courses, and 3 municipal quality courses in Beijing.

The construction of national characteristic specialty (2): Law, international economy and trade

Beijing city characteristic specialty construction point (4): Law, international economics and trade, communication, information management and information system

National Quality Course (1 door): national security studies

Beijing Municipal Quality Course (3 door): History of national security, international law and international relations

Discipline construction

As of August 2014, there were 1 schools. Doctoral point (joint training with the Institute of modern international relations of China), 15 academic master's degrees, 4 master's degrees, and 1 key disciplines in Beijing, covering 4 disciplines, including law, economics, literature and engineering.

Doctoral point (1): international relation

Master degree in academic degree (15): International politics, international relations, world economy, international public procurement, political economics, western economics, English language and literature, French language and literature, Japanese language and literature, public diplomacy and cultural dissemination, international relations and international law, international affairs management, political science theory, communication and information system, applied chemistry, Applied Chemistry

Master's degree in professional degree (4): Master of translation, master of engineering, master of laws, master of police

Beijing municipal key disciplines (1): International Politics

international exchange

According to the official website of the school in March 2015, schools and the United States, Japan, France, Denmark Many other foreign universities have established cooperative relations and conducted educational cooperation and academic exchanges. Schools carry out the three semester system of autumn, spring and summer, and the summer term mainly employs international teachers to teach. The school encourages undergraduates to take part in international exchange and practice in summer term and summer vacation.

academic research

Scientific research platform

According to the official website of the school in March 2015, the school has 1 key laboratories of the Ministry of education and 3 school level research institutes.

Key Laboratory of the Ministry of Education (1): Information Technology Joint Laboratory (jointly built with Peking University)

School Research Institute (3): Center for international strategic and security studies, public market and government institute, International Institute of public relations

Achievements in scientific research

· Scientific research center for international strategic and Security Studies

Academic works (2014): "For national security", "China's National Security Overview", "National Security Journal", "national security study", "national security strategy thinking", national security blue book "China National Security Research Report (2014)", "national safety management science", "national security and rule of law issues".

· Scientific research on public market and government procurement Research Institute

According to the official website of the school in March 2015, the Institute has successfully completed 6 provincial Ministry projects, published 9 Monographs on government procurement, tendering and tendering and other disciplines, and 34 papers, completed a series of research achievements that filled the gap and leading level in China, and participated in the legislative work of national government procurement laws and tendering and bidding laws.

Academic resources

· Collection resources

The library of University of International Relations is mainly based on the documents of international relations and related majors. As of March 2012, the library has 370 thousand volumes of books of different disciplines and languages, including 40 thousand books on international relations, four books of international relations, historical biography, language and literature totaling over 21 volumes, accounting for more than 65% of the total volume of books collected in the library, while the foreign language original books account for 22% of the total volume of books collected, especially the original edition of the reference books, which are more than 4000. The 9125 books of China's reinvention and 169 volumes of Qianlong's Tripitaka. In addition, the museum subscribe to over 700 Chinese and foreign newspapers and periodicals every year. It has introduced 12 Chinese academic periodicals, reference news, Ebsco, Newsbabk and other network databases, and has selected over 4 kinds of e-books, such as scholar, superstar, and time honored scriptures.

· Academic journals

International Security Studies

The Journal of international security studies was launched in 1983. The bimonthly, sponsored by University of International Relations, has been renamed the international security study since 2013. It is China's first academic journal featuring safety research, which publishes first class academic achievements in the field of international relations and international security.

Journal of University of International Relations

The Journal of University of International Relations was founded in 1983. It is sponsored by University of International Relations and published in ASPT. China Journal Net Source journal

Famous Alumni

An min : Ministry of Commerce Former Vice Minister

Jia Yi Zhou : Vice Minister of Finance and member of the Party group.

Han Fang Ming Deputy director of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the CPPCC National Committee

Qin Gang : Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

Yan Xue Tong : Tsinghua University Dean of contemporary Institute of international relations

Chu Shu long : School of public administration, Tsinghua University Professor, deputy director of the Institute for international strategy and development

Liu Jiang Yong Professor and vice president, Institute of contemporary international relations, Tsinghua University

Li Yi Hu : Peking University Director of the Department of international politics, Dean of the Taiwan Institute

Shao Xian Li : China Institute of modern international relations Deputy director, director of the third world research center, director of the international public opinion research office.

Tao Jian: a famous scholar in international relations, Dean of University of International Relations

Wang Fan Assistant dean, professor and doctoral supervisor of China Foreign Affairs University

Yang Ming Jie Vice president of China Institute of modern international relations

Yang Bo Jiang : Institute of Japanese studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Deputy director, executive director of China Japan society, member of China Council of Asia Pacific Security Cooperation Council

Hong Yu Lin Famous American expert, director of the Department of international politics, University of International Relations. Stanford University Senior visiting scholar

Yang Xi Yu : Research Fellow of China Institute of international studies, director of the Korean Peninsula Affairs Office of the Ministry of foreign affairs.

Mao Jing Bo : Vice President of Mercedes Benz (China) Automotive Sales Co., Ltd.

Yu Wei: Gao Wei Da Group founder, chairman and general manager

Liu Huan Famous singer and famous musician.

Ma Jun : Director of the environmental protection, public and environmental research center.

Su Qun Famous basketball commentator. Basketball pioneer Editor in chief

Cultural tradition

School motto

Loyalty, diligence, truthfulness and innovation

University of International Relations is a key university that once trained foreign affairs talents. Loyalty is the most important core of the motto, which embodies loyalty to the Communist Party, loyalty to China and loyalty to the cause. It is also the most important moral and conduct discipline for students.

School badge

Interpretation of the school badge: the overall color of the University of International Relations badge is blue, interlaced with the white background, and is bright and bright. Blue represents tension, seriousness, composure and a kind of strength to push people forward. The outer ring of the school badge is marked in Chinese and English. The main part of the logo is the English abbreviation of University of International Relations, and the "1949" below the main body is the school year.