Profile

  A national key comprehensive university under the direct administration of the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China
  One of the “211 project” universities (top 100 universities in the 21th century gaining preferential support in the construction and development from the Central Government of China)
  Strong discipline profile: 12 disciplinary categories, covering 55 first class disciplines, 3 national key disciplines, 37 provincial or ministry key disciplines, 21 PhD degree programs of the first class disciplines, 16 post-doctoral research stations, 46 master’s degrees programs of the first class disciplines, 107 bachelor’s degree programs
  Strong faculty profile: Nearly 2,700 full time teachers, over 1800 professors and associate professors (including research fellows),  nearly 300 PhD supervisors, over 1200 master’s degree tutors
  Long history of international student education since 1960s
  Less expenses: Studying at SWU Chongqing costs you less because the consumption level in Chongqing is comparatively lower than in many other cities, and the tuition fee at SWU is comparatively lower than that at many other universities in China.
  Delicious food: Chongqing cuisine is popular with people from all over the world for its beautiful outlook, fragrant smell, and good taste.
  Ideal studying environment: National famous garden-style campus located near Jialing River and Jinyun Mountain


Requirements

Entry requirements of undergraduate programs

Applicant Eligibility

*  Non-Chinese citizen in good health between 18 and 35

*  High school graduate or above with valid foreign passport

*  HSK4 certificate with the score of or above 180

Note: Applicants who fail to meet the requirement about Chinese proficiency should take one year Chinese course before bachelor's degree studies.

Documents Required

*  Application Form to Southwest University (in duplicate, including one photocopy,

*  Photocopies of high school diploma and transcript. Such documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized copies in Chinese or English.

*  Photocopy of HSK4 certificate

*  Two recent photos (white background, in passport size). Please write down the applicant’s name and major at the back of the photo

*  Photocopy of the applicant’s passport

*  Two photocopies of Physical Examination Record for Foreigner (Applicants keep the original form for study visa application.)

Application & Recruitment Procedures

*  Download the Application Form to Southwest University and Physical Examination Record for Foreigner from downloading center of the website http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, or contact the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University for such documents (in duplicate, including one photocopy).

*  Fill in the Application Form to Southwest University and do physical examination at the local public hospital as requested. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Physical Examination Record for Foreigner. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. The medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are kindly requested to take this factor into consideration as they plan to take the medical examination.

*  Prepare the other application documents requested and send the full package of application documents to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University.

*  Southwest University organizes expert panel to review application documents and make the final selection.

*  Southwest University announces the name list of the successful applicants on the website of http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, notifies them by emails.

*  Successful applicants remit application fee CNY 400 to the bank account of Southwest University (refer to the bank account information).

*  Southwest University posts successful applicants Admission Notice and Visa Application Form (JW202) at about the end of June each year.

Note: The application documents will NOT be returned regardless of the result of application.

Application Date Window

*  Beginning date for application: January 1 every year

*  Application deadline: Before June 15 every year, application documents should be submitted to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University (date is subject to the local mail stamp chop in terms of airmail).

 

 

 

 

Entry requirements of master programs:

Applicant Eligibility

*  Non-Chinese citizen in good health between 20 and 50

*  Master’s degree holder with valid foreign passport

*  HSK 4 certificate with the score of or above 180

Note: Applicants who fail to meet the requirement about Chinese proficiency should take one year Chinese course before doctoral degree studies.

Documents Required

*  Application Form to Southwest University (in duplicate, including one photocopy,

*  Photocopies of master’s degree diploma and transcript. Such documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized copies in Chinese or English.

*  Photocopy of HSK4 certificate or other certificates of Chinese proficiency

*  Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors with their signatures

*  Study and research plan in English or Chinese (no less than 1000 words)

*  A CD of the applicant’s works. Applicants for music studies are requested to submit a CD of their own works; applicants for fine arts are requested to submit a CD of their own works (including two sketches, two color paintings and two other works).

*  Published academic papers or other academic achievements (original or photocopy if any)

*  Two recent photos (white background, in passport size). Please write down the applicant’s name and major at the back of the photo

*  Photocopy of the applicant’s passport

*  Two photocopies of Physical Examination Record for Foreigner (Applicants keep the original form for study visa application.)

Application & Recruitment Procedures

*  Download the Application Form to Southwest Universityand Physical Examination Record for Foreigner from downloading center of the website http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, or contact the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University for such documents (in duplicate, including one photocopy).

*  Fill in the Application Form to Southwest University and do physical examination at the local public hospital as requested. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Physical Examination Record for Foreigner. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. The medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are kindly requested to take this factor into consideration as they plan to take the medical examination.

*  Prepare the other application documents requested and send the full package of application documents to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University.

*  Southwest University organizes expert panel to review application documents and make the final selection.

*  Southwest University announces the name list of the successful applicants on the website of http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, notifies them by emails.

*  Successful applicants remit application fee CNY 400 to the bank account of Southwest University (refer to the bank account information).

*  Southwest University posts them Admission Notice and Visa Application Form (JW202) at about the end of June each year.

Note: The application documents will NOT be returned regardless of the result of application.

Application Date Window

*  Beginning date for application: Junuary1 every year

*  Application deadline: Before June 15 every year, application documents should be submitted to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University (date is subject to the local mail stamp chop in terms of airmail).

 

Entry requirements of doctoral programs

Applicant Eligibility

*  Non-Chinese citizen in good health between 20 and 45

*  Bachelor’s degree holder with valid foreign passport

*  HSK 4 certificate with the score of or above 180

Note: Applicants who fail to meet the requirement about Chinese proficiency should take one year Chinese course before master's degree studies.

Documents Required

*  Application Form to Southwest University (in duplicate, including one photocopy,

*  Photocopies of bachelor’s degree diploma and transcript. Such documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized copies in Chinese or English.

*  Photocopy of HSK4 or other certificates of Chinese proficiency

*  Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors with their signatures

*  Study and research plan in English or Chinese (no less than 800 words)

*  A CD of the applicant’s works. Applicants for music studies are requested to submit a CD of their own works; applicants for fine arts are requested to submit a CD of their own works (including two sketches, two color paintings and two other works).

*  Published academic papers or other academic achievements (original or photocopy, if any)

*  Two recent photos (white background, in passport size). Please write down the applicant’s name and major at the back of the photo.

*  Photocopy of the applicant’s passport

*  Two photocopies of Physical Examination Record for Foreigner (Applicants keep the original form for study visa application.)

Application & Recruitment Procedures

*  Download the Application Form to Southwest Universityand Physical Examination Record for Foreigner from downloading center of the website http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, or contact the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University for such documents (in duplicate, including one photocopy).

*  Fill in the Application Form to Southwest University and do physical examination at the local public hospital as requested. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Physical Examination Record for Foreigner. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. The medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are kindly requested to take this factor into consideration as they plan to take the medical examination.

*  Prepare the other application documents requested and send the full package of application documents to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University.

*  Southwest University organizes expert panel to review application documents and make the final selection.

*  Southwest University announces the name list of the successful applicants on the website of http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, notifies them by emails.

*  Successful applicants remit application fee CNY 400 to the bank account of Southwest University (refer to the bank account information).

*  Southwest University posts them Admission Notice and Visa Application Form (JW202) at about the end of June each year.

Note: The application documents will NOT be returned regardless of the result of application.

Application Date Window

*  Beginning date for application: January 1 every year

*  Application deadline: Before June 15 every year, application documents should be submitted to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University (date is subject to the local mail stamp chop in terms of airmail).

 

General Visiting Student Programs

Applicant Eligibility

*  Non-Chinese citizen in good health over 18

*  Bachelor’s degree holders or college/university students with valid foreign passport

*  Certificate of HSK 4 with the score of or above 180

Note: Applicants who fail to meet the requirement about Chinese proficiency should take one year Chinese course before the visiting program begins.

Documents Required

*  Application Form to Southwest University (in duplicate, including one photocopy)

*  Photocopies of bachelor’s degree diploma and transcript or undergraduate academic transcript. Such documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized copies in Chinese or English.

*  Photocopy of HSK 4 certificate or other certificates of Chinese proficiency

*  Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors with their signatures

*  Study and research plan in English or Chinese (no less than 800 words)

*  A CD of the applicant’s works. Applicants for music studies are requested to submit a CD of their own works; applicants for fine arts are requested to submit a CD of their own works (including two sketches, two color paintings and two other works).

*  Published academic papers or other academic achievements (original or photocopy, if any)

*  Two recent photos (white background, in passport size). Please write down the applicant’s name and major at the back of the photo.

*  Photocopy of the applicant’s passport

*  Two photocopies of Physical Examination Record for Foreigner (Applicants keep the original form for study visa application.)

Application & Recruitment Procedures

*  Download the Application Form to Southwest University and Physical Examination Record for Foreigner from downloading center of the website http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, or contact the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University for such documents (in duplicate, including one photocopy)

*  Fill in the Application Form to Southwest University and do physical examination at the local public hospital as requested. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Physical Examination Record for Foreigner. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. The medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are kindly requested to take this factor into consideration as they plan to take the medical examination.

*  Prepare the other application documents requested and send the full package of application documents to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University.

*  Southwest University organizes expert panel to review application documents and make the final selection.

*  Southwest University announces the name list of the successful applicants on the website of http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, notifies them by emails.

*  Successful applicants remit application fee CNY 400 to the bank account of Southwest University (refer to the bank account information)

*  Southwest University posts successful applicants Admission Notice and Visa Application Form (JW202) at about the end of June each year.

Note: The application documents will NOT be returned regardless of the result of application.

Application Date Window

*  Beginning date for application: March 1 every year

*  Application deadline: Before June 15 every year, application documents should be submitted to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University (date is subject to the local mail stamp chop in terms of airmail).

Senior Visiting Student Programs

Applicant Eligibility

*  Non-Chinese citizen in good health over 18

*  Master’s degree holders with valid foreign passport

*  Certificate of HSK 4 with the score of or above 180

Note: Applicants who fail to meet the requirement about Chinese proficiency should take one year Chinese course before visiting program begins.

Documents Required

*  Application Form to Southwest University (in duplicate, including one photocopy)

*  Photocopies of master’s degree diploma and transcript. Such documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized copies in Chinese or English.

*  Photocopy of HSK 4 certificate or other certificates of Chinese proficiency

*  Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors with their signatures

*  Study and research plan in English or Chinese (no less than 800 words)

*  A CD of the applicant’s works. Applicants for music studies are requested to submit a CD of their own works; applicants for fine arts are requested to submit a CD of their own works (including two sketches, two color paintings and two other works).

*  Published academic papers or other academic achievements (original or photocopy, if any)

*  Two recent photos (white background, in passport size). Please write down the applicant’s name and major at the back of the photo.

*  Photocopy of the applicant’s passport

*  Two photocopies of Physical Examination Record for Foreigner (Applicants keep the original form for study visa application.)

Application & Recruitment Procedures

*  Download the Application Form to Southwest University and Physical Examination Record for Foreigner from downloading center of the website http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, or contact the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University for such documents (in duplicate, including one photocopy)

*  Fill in the Application Form to Southwest University and do physical examination at the local public hospital as requested. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Physical Examination Record for Foreigner. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. The medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are kindly requested to take this factor into consideration as they plan to take the medical examination.

*  Prepare the other application documents requested and send the full package of application documents to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University.

*  Southwest University organizes expert panel to review application documents and make the final selection.

*  Southwest University announces the name list of the successful applicants on the website of http://gjxy.swu.edu.cn, notifies them by emails.

*  Successful applicants remit application fee CNY 400 to the bank account of Southwest University (refer to the bank account information)

*  Southwest University posts successful applicants Admission Notice and Visa Application Form (JW202) at about the end of June each year.

Note: The application documents will NOT be returned regardless of the result of application.

Application Date Window

*  Beginning date for application: March 1 every year

*  Application deadline: Before June15 every year, application documents should be submitted to the International Students Admission Office, Southwest University (date is subject to the local mail stamp chop in terms of airmail).

Language Learning Program

 

 

Cost

SWU Charging Standards for International Students

 

Levels taught in Chinese

Registration (CNY)

Tuition (CNY)

Insurance (CNY)

Total (CNY)

bachelor

Liberal Arts

400

15000/academic year

800/academic year

16200/academic year

Science

400

17000/academic year

800/academic year

18200/academic year

Fine Arts and Music

400

19000/academic year

800/academic year

20200/academic year

master

400

22000/academic year

800/academic year

23200/academic year

doctor

400

30000/academic year

800/academic year

31200/academic year

language learning student

one-year

400

13000/academic year

800/academic year

14200/academic year

one-term

200

7000

400

7600/term

short-term

200

600/week

2000/month

160-400

 

visiting scholar

junior

400

9000/term

17000/academic year

400/term

800/academic year

9800/term

18200/academic year

senior

400

13000/term

26000/academic year

400/term

800/academic year

13800/term

27200/academic year

  


Undergraduate Programs

SWU Bachelor’s Degree Programs Offered


Philosophy

Public Administration

Administration Management

Political science and Public Administration

Economics

International Economics and Trade

Finance

Business Administration

Management of Human Resources

Tourism Management

Accounting

Management of Farming and Forestry

Logistics Management

Social Work

Cultural Industry Management

Public Relations

General Education

Pre-School Education

Special Education (for the disabled or mentally retarded)

Psychology

Applied Psychology

Physical Education

Sports Training

Chinese Language and Literature

Film and Drama Literature

English

Japanese

Russian

German

Musicology

Musical Performance

Dance Studies

Painting and Chinese Painting

Sculpture

Fine Arts Studies

Environmental design

Visual Communication Design

History

Ethnology

Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

Statistics

Physics

Electronic Information Engineering

Communication Engineering

Chemistry

Applied Chemistry

Material Chemistry

Chemical Engineering and Technology

Bioscience

Bioengineering

Sericulture

Biotechnology

Geography

Environmental Resources &Rural and Urban Area Planning

Geographical Information System

Material Physics

Metallic Materials Engineering

Environmental Science

Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Forestry Studies

Water and Soil Conservation and Desertification Control

Agricultural Resources and Environment

Land Resources Management

Automation(Controlling)

Computer Science and Technology

Software Programming

Information Management and Information System

Educational Technology

Network Engineering

Electronic Business

Automation(Engineering)

Electronic Science and Technology

Civil Engineering

Design and Manufacture of Machinery & Its Automation

Agricultural Mechanization & Automation

Vehicle Engineering

Agricultural Architecture Environment & Energy Engineering

Textile Engineering

Light-chemical Engineering

Costume Design and Engineering

Food Science and Engineering

Packaging Engineering

Food Quality and Security

Tea Science

Horticulture

Landscape Architecture

City Planning

Agronomy

Biotechnology

Rural Region Development

Plant Protection

Forest Protection

Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutical Engineering

Grassland Science

Animal Science

Veterinary Medicine

Aquatic Culture

Law

Journalism

Art of Broadcasting and Hosting

Editing and Directing of Radio and TV programs

 

 

 

 

 

SWU English-taught Programs

 

Program Level

Program Names

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

International Economy and Trade

Pedagogy

Applied Psychology

Bioscience

Biotechnology

Automation

Soft Engineering

Food Science

Plant Science and Technology

Environmental Science

History

 



 

Postgraduate Programs

SWU Master’s Degree Programs Offered


Chinese Philosophy

Foreign Philosophy

Logic

Ethics

Religious Studies

Science and Technology Philology

Political Theory

Chinese and Foreign Political Systems

International Politics

Administrative Management

Public policy

Civil and Commercial Law

Political Economics

National Economics

Regional Economics

Finance

Industrial Economics

Accounting

Business Management

Tourism Management

Management of Agricultural Economy

Land Resource Management

Sociology

Public Relations

Applied Psychology

Educational Principles

Curriculum and Pedagogy

History of Education

Comparative Education

Preschool Education

Tertiary Education

Vocational and Technical Education

Special Pedagogy

Theories of Educational Law

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Educational Business and Administration

Elementary pedagogy

Adult Education

the Development of Young Children’s  Organization and Ideology

Educational Technology

Minority Education

Basic Psychology

Sports Humanistic Sociology

Sports Human Science

Physical Education

Science of Ethnic Traditional Sports

Aesthetics

Theory of Literature and Arts

Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Chinese Philology

Science of Chinese Ancient Documents

Chinese Classical Literature

Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature

Language and Literature of Chinese Minorities

Comparative and World Literature

Movie Studies

Studies of Fine Arts

Journalism

Communication Science

English Language and Literature

Russian Language and Literature

Japanese Language and Literature

Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Musicology

Artistic Theory

Ethnology

Chinese Minorities History

Chinese History

World History

Basic Mathematics

Calculating Mathematics

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

Applied Mathematics

Operational Research and Cybernetics

Mathematics Education

Statistics

Theoretical Physics

Condensed Matter Physics

Optics

Signal and Information Processing

Inorganic Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Polymeric Chemistry and Physics

Environmental Science

Applied Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Analysis

Botany

Zoology

Genetics

Developmental Biology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Microorganism and Biochemical Pharmacy

Physical Geography

Human Geography

Cartology and Geographical Information System

Quaternary Geology

Material Chemistry and Physics

Material Science

Environmental Engineering

Environment Planning and Management

Soil Science

Plant Nutriology

Agricultural environment protection

Land Resource Science

Forest Cultivation

Water and Soil Conservation and Dissertation Prevention

Computer Systematic Structure

Computer Software and Theories

Applied Computer Skills

Computer Controlling Technology

Software Engineering

Library Science

Informatics

Mechanization of Farming

Agricultural Water and Soil Engineering

Agro-Biological Environment and Energy Engineering

Agricultural Electrification and Automation

Civil and Architectural environment

Electrical and Mechanical Systems Engineering

Fiber Materials and Engineering

Design Theory

Science of Tea

Food Science

Engineering of Crop, Fat and Plant Protein

Processing and Storage of Farm Product

Processing and Storage of Aquatic Products

Food packaging engineering

Cell Biology

Landscape Plants and Ornamental Horticulture

Science of Fruit Trees

Science of Vegetables

Crop Genetics and Breeding

Ornamental Horticulture

Crop Cultivation and Geoponics

Traditional Chinese Pharmacology

Plant Pathology

Agricultural Pest Control

Pesticide Science

Bio-safety

Hydrobiology

Microbiology

Animal Hereditary Breeding and Reproduction

Animal Nutriology and Feedstuff Science

Basic Veterinary Medicine

Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Clinical Veterinary Medicine

Aquaculture

Lawn Science

Physiology

Special Economic Animal Breeding

Biophysics

Special Economic Animal Science

Clean Energy Science

Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages

 

 

 

 

 

SWU English-taught Programs

 

Program Level

Program Names

Master’s Degree Programs

Pedagogy

Clinical and Healthy Psychology

Clean Energy Science

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Crop Genetics and Breeding

Environmental Science

Clinical Veterinary Medicine

Aquaculture Science

Materials Physics and Chemistry

Signal and Information Processing

Chinese History

 


PhD Programs

Doctoral Degree Programs Offered


Logic

Religious Studies

Management of Agricultural Economy

Management of Forestry Economy

Agricultural Economy Accounting

Rural commerce and Finance

Statistics

Educational Principles

Comparative Education

Preschool Education

Tertiary Education

Adult Education

Vocational and Technical Education

Theories of Educational Law

Science of Educational Technology

Ethic Pedagogy

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Theory of Curriculum and Instruction

History of Education

Elementary Pedagogy

Basic Psychology

Applied Psychology

Chinese Classical Literature

Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature

Comparative and World Literature

Aesthetics

Chinese Philology

English Language and Literature

Theory of Literature and Art

Chinese Classical Philology

Chinese History

Basic Mathematics

Applied Mathematics

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

Mathematics Education

Analytical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Solid State Physics and Chemistry

Botany

Zoology

Hydrobiology

Microbiology

Cell Biology

Developmental Biology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Aquaculture

Physical Geography

Agricultural Water-Soil Engineering

Agricultural Biological Environment and Energy Engineering

Soil Science

Plant Nutriology

Agro Environmental Protection

Land Resource Science

Intelligent Computing and Complex System

Agricultural Mechanization Engineering

Special Economic Animals Science

Special Economic Animals Breeding

Food Science

Engineering of Crops, Fat and Plant Protein

Processing and Storing of Farming Products

Processing and Storing of aquatic Products

Gardening

Science of Fruit Trees

Science of Vegetable

Ornamental Horticulture

Genetics

Crop cultivation and Geoponics

Crop Genetic Breeding

Plant Pathology

Pest Control

Pesticide Science

Biosafety

Studies of animal husbandry

Animal Genetics, Breeding and Reproduction

Animal Nutrition and Feed Science

Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences

Physiology

Clean Energy Science


 

 

 

 

 

 

SWU English-taught Programs

 

Program Level

Program Names

Doctoral Degree Programs

Pedagogy

Clinical and Healthy Psychology

Microbiology

Ecology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Crop Science

Agro Resource and Environment

 



Chinese Programs


One Semester Advanced Chinese Program (I)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Advanced Chinese Program (II)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Elementary Chinese Program (I)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Elementary Chinese Program (II)

Course arrangement



Course types

Elementary Chinese Program (II)

Course Name

Teaching hours/ week

Core language courses

Elementary Chinese (II)

10

Elementary Chinese Listening & Speaking (II)

6

Elementary Chinese Reading & Writing (II)

4

Chinese cultural courses

Traditional Chinese music

2

Calligraphy

2

Chinese Kungfu

2

Chinese paper cutting

2

Cooking

2

 

One Semester Intermediate Chinese Program (I)

Course arrangement

 

 

One Semester Intermediate Chinese Program (II)

Course arrangement

 

One Academic Year Advanced-Chinese Learning Program

Course arrangement

 

One Year Elementary-Chinese Learning Program

Course arrangement

 

One Year Intermediate-Chinese Learning Program

Course arrangement

     Short-term Language and Culture Program

             Program arrangement

Core language courses

Comprehensive Chinese

Chinese Listening & Speaking

Chinese Reading & Writing

Chinese cultural courses

Traditional Chinese Music

Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese Kungfu

Chinese Paper-cutting

Chinese cultural activities

One day tour in Chongqing

One day visit to Dazu Rock Carving

Half day visit to a middle school

Half day visit to a primary school

Chinese costume show

 

General Visiting Student Programs

 

Chinese Philosophy

Foreign Philosophy

Logic

Ethics

Religious Studies

Science and Technology Philology

Political Theory

Chinese and Foreign Political Systems

International Politics

Administrative Management

Public policy

Civil and Commercial Law

Political Economics

National Economics

Regional Economics

Finance

Industrial Economics

Accounting

Business Management

Tourism Management

Management of Agricultural Economy

Land Resource Management

Sociology

Public Relations

Applied Psychology

Educational Principles

Curriculum and Pedagogy

History of Education

Comparative Education

Preschool Education

Tertiary Education

Vocational and Technical Education

Special Pedagogy

Theories of Educational Law

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Educational Business and Administration

Elementary pedagogy

Adult Education

the Development of Young Children’s  Organization and Ideology

Educational Technology

Minority Education

Basic Psychology

Sports Humanistic Sociology

Sports Human Science

Physical Education

Science of Ethnic Traditional Sports

Aesthetics

Theory of Literature and Arts

Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Chinese Philology

Science of Chinese Ancient Documents

Chinese Classical Literature

Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature

Language and Literature of Chinese Minorities

Comparative and World Literature

Movie Studies

Studies of Fine Arts

Journalism

Communication Science

English Language and Literature

Russian Language and Literature

Japanese Language and Literature

Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Musicology

Artistic Theory

Ethnology

Chinese Minorities History

Chinese History

World History

Basic Mathematics

Calculating Mathematics

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

Applied Mathematics

Operational Research and Cybernetics

Mathematics Education

Statistics

Theoretical Physics

Condensed Matter Physics

Optics

Signal and Information Processing

Inorganic Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Polymeric Chemistry and Physics

Environmental Science

Applied Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Analysis

Botany

Zoology

Genetics

Developmental Biology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Microorganism and Biochemical Pharmacy

Physical Geography

Human Geography

Cartology and Geographical Information System

Quaternary Geology

Material Chemistry and Physics

Material Science

Environmental Engineering

Environment Planning and Management

Soil Science

Plant Nutriology

Agricultural environment protection

Land Resource Science

Forest Cultivation

Water and Soil Conservation and Dissertation Prevention

Computer Systematic Structure

Computer Software and Theories

Applied Computer Skills

Computer Controlling Technology

Software Engineering

Library Science

Informatics

Mechanization of Farming

Agricultural Water and Soil Engineering

Agro-Biological Environment and Energy Engineering

Agricultural Electrification and Automation

Civil and Architectural environment

Electrical and Mechanical Systems Engineering

Fiber Materials and Engineering

Design Theory

Science of Tea

Food Science

Engineering of Crop, Fat and Plant Protein

Processing and Storage of Farm Product

Processing and Storage of Aquatic Products

Food packaging engineering

Cell Biology

Landscape Plants and Ornamental Horticulture

Science of Fruit Trees

Science of Vegetables

Crop Genetics and Breeding

Ornamental Horticulture

Crop Cultivation and Geoponics

Traditional Chinese Pharmacology

Plant Pathology

Agricultural Pest Control

Pesticide Science

Biosafety

Hydrobiology

Microbiology

Animal Hereditary Breeding and Reproduction

Animal Nutriology and Feedstuff Science

Basic Veterinary Medicine

Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Clinical Veterinary Medicine

Aquaculture

Lawn Science

Physiology

Special Economic Animal Breeding

Biophysics

Special Economic Animal Science

Clean Energy Science

Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages

 

 

 

Senior Visiting Student Programs

Logic

Religious Studies

Management of Agricultural Economy

Management of Forestry Economy

Agricultural Economy Accounting

Rural commerce and Finance

Statistics

Educational Principles

Comparative Education

Preschool Education

Tertiary Education

Adult Education

Vocational and Technical Education

Theories of Educational Law

Science of Educational Technology

Ethic Pedagogy

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Theory of Curriculum and Instruction

History of Education

Elementary Pedagogy

Basic Psychology

Applied Psychology

Chinese Classical Literature

Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature

Comparative and World Literature

Aesthetics

Chinese Philology

English Language and Literature

Theory of Literature and Art

Chinese Classical Philology

Chinese History

Basic Mathematics

Applied Mathematics

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

Mathematics Education

Analytical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Solid State Physics and Chemistry

Botany

Zoology

Hydrobiology

Microbiology

Cell Biology

Developmental Biology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Aquaculture

Physical Geography

Agricultural Water-Soil Engineering

Agricultural Biological Environment and Energy Engineering

Soil Science

Plant Nutriology

Agro Environmental Protection

Land Resource Science

Intelligent Computing and Complex System

Agricultural Mechanization Engineering

Special Economic Animals Science

Special Economic Animals Breeding

Food Science

Engineering of Crops, Fat and Plant Protein

Processing and Storing of Farming Products

Processing and Storing of aquatic Products

Gardening

Science of Fruit Trees

Science of Vegetable

Ornamental Horticulture

Genetics

Crop cultivation and Geoponics

Crop Genetic Breeding

Plant Pathology

Pest Control

Pesticide Science

Bio-safety

Studies of animal husbandry

Animal Genetics, Breeding and Reproduction

Animal Nutrition and Feed Science

Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences

Physiology

Clean Energy Science

 

 


English-taught Programs

SWU English-taught Programs

 

Program Level

Program Names

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

International Economy and Trade

Pedagogy

Applied Psychology

Bioscience

Biotechnology

Automation

Soft Engineering

Food Science

Plant Science and Technology

Environmental Science

History

 

 

 

 

SWU English-taught Programs

 

Program Level

Program Names

Master’s Degree Programs

Pedagogy

Clinical and Healthy Psychology

Clean Energy Science

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Ecology

Crop Genetics and Breeding

Environmental Science

Clinical Veterinary Medicine

Aquaculture Science

Materials Physics and Chemistry

Signal and Information Processing

Chinese History

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SWU English-taught Programs

 

Program Level

Program Names

Doctoral Degree Programs

Pedagogy

Clinical and Healthy Psychology

Microbiology

Ecology

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Crop Science

Agro Resource and Environment

 

Non-degree Programs

 

 

One Semester Advanced Chinese Program (I)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Advanced Chinese Program (II)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Elementary Chinese Program (I)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Elementary Chinese Program (II)

Course arrangement

Course types

Elementary Chinese Program (II)

Course Name

Teaching hours/ week

Core language courses

Elementary Chinese (II)

10

Elementary Chinese Listening & Speaking (II)

6

Elementary Chinese Reading & Writing (II)

4

Chinese cultural courses

Traditional Chinese music

2

Calligraphy

2

Chinese Kungfu

2

Chinese paper cutting

2

Cooking

2

One Semester Intermediate Chinese Program (I)

Course arrangement

 

One Semester Intermediate Chinese Program (II)

Course arrangement

 

One Academic Year Advanced-Chinese Learning Program

Course arrangement

 

One Year Elementary-Chinese Learning Program

Course arrangement

 

One Year Intermediate-Chinese Learning Program

Course arrangement

 

 

Short-term Language and Culture Program

Program arrangement

Core language courses

Comprehensive Chinese

Chinese Listening & Speaking

Chinese Reading & Writing

Chinese cultural courses

Traditional Chinese Music

Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese Kungfu

Chinese Paper-cutting

Chinese cultural activities

One day tour in Chongqing

One day visit to Dazu Rock Carving

Half day visit to a middle school

Half day visit to a primary school

Chinese costume show


Contact

Address:No. 2 Tiansheng Road Beibei District, Chongqing, P. R. China Post Code:400715 Tel:+86-23-68252136(college office) +86-23-68367823(student admission office) +86-23-68256342(student affairs office) Fax:+86-23-68253497 Email:guojixy@swu.edu.cn (college office),fstudent@swu.edu.cn (student admission office)