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Heilongjiang University
Zone:North East
Address:No.74 Xuefu Rd. Nangang District, Harbin
Institution (Private/Public):Public
Year Founded:1941
Started Semester: September
School Advantages
Heilongjiang University is a key comprehensive university with multidiscipline including liberal arts, sciences, foreign languages, engineering, management etc. The university covers an area of 1,920,000 square meters. The total building area is nearly 1,000,000 square meters. The total enrollment of full time students comes to over 30,000 and that of doctoral and master candidates 1000 and that of international students 600. There are altogether 10 branches of diciplines, i.e., philosophy, economics, law, education, liberal art, history, science, engineering, agriculture and management covering 71 specialties. The university has the right to confer bachelor, master and doctor degree.
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University Profile

Heilongjiang University is a multi-disciplinary university in the city of Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, People's Republic of China.

Heilongjiang University was founded on March 1941, in the base of China's communist revolution Yan'an. It dates back to the Russian Language Group, Number 3 school-level division, Military and Politics University of the Anti-Japanese invasion, China, an institute dedicated to the training of military translators.

Several names varied,it was called the Forgein Language School of Ya'an in the early time of 1940s. After the PLA liberating in 1946,the Forgein Language School moved to Harbin as a junior college conducted by the HQ of Northeastern Democratic Army (also a group of PLA). In 1958, the college was extended, and rebuilt as Heilongjiang University.

Heilongjiang University's Russian Language Studies program is considered the best in China.

In addition to normally enrolled Chinese students, Heilongjiang University is host to a range of foreign exchange students, primarily Russian and Korean. In recent years, Fulbright Fellows studying Mandarin Chinese through the National Security Language Initiative have studied at Heilongjiang University, in part due to the perceived purity of the Northeastern dialect of Mandarin.