General Information of Jilin International Studies University
The University is located in the scenic Jingyuetan Tourist Scenic Area in Changchun City, covering an area of 703,000 square meters and a construction area of 329,900 square meters. The natural atmosphere surrounded by mountains and rivers in the campus is integrated with the architectural style of Chinese and Western, which highlights the unity of environment and humanities. It is a modern "garden-style" school.
The university has more than 12,000 students, including 11,335 full-time undergraduates, 1,177 graduate students, and more than 300 foreign students. There are more than 1,000 faculty members, including more than 80 foreign teachers, from the United States, Canada, Germany, France, and Italy. , Spain, Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Japan, South Korea, Egypt, Iran, Indonesia, Thailand, Mongolia, Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Serbia, Ukraine and other countries.
The University has Advanced Translation College, English College, Oriental Language College, Western Language College, Central and Eastern European Language College, International Business College, International Media College, Education College, International Art College, International Culture and Tourism College (International Ice and Snow College), Artificial Intelligence There are 14 teaching units including the College, the College of Marxism, the College of International Relations, and the Department of Sports, offering English, Japanese, German, French, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Arabic, Mongolian, Indonesian , Persian, Polish, Czech, Thai, Serbian, Hungarian, Greek, Ukrainian and other 20 foreign languages; with translation, education, Chinese to international education, international business, accounting, tourism management, business management, publishing There are 8 professional master's degree authorization points and first-level discipline authorization points for master's degree in education. Among them, the Master of Translation covers 9 languages: English, Japanese, Russian, Korean, German, French, Spanish, Arabic, and Italian. The university offers 46 undergraduate majors, covering 20 foreign languages and 7 disciplines of literature, economics, management, teaching, arts, engineering, and law, forming "foreign language + major", "major + foreign language", "double foreign language" and "primary foreign language". Language + English + Major" and other talent training modes, and a "multilingual translation +" applied talent training system has been constructed, which has become the cradle of Jilin Province to cultivate "multilingual translation +" talents and innovative postgraduate talent training models.
International Exchange and Cooperation of Jilin International Studies University
The university actively promotes international education. At present, it has cooperated with more than 200 universities and educational institutions in more than 30 countries and regions to carry out study abroad programs such as undergraduate double-degree, undergraduate-master combination, and master's double degree; 4 Chinese-foreign cooperative education programs have been approved by the Ministry of Education. The project, cooperated with New Jersey City University in the United States to offer a major in finance, cooperated with the Munich University of Applied Linguistics in Germany to offer a German major (translation), cooperated with the Cartagena University of Technology in Spain to offer a Spanish major (enterprise management), and Russia. Musk State Pedagogical University cooperates to offer Russian majors; it has the admission qualifications of "Silk Road Chinese Government Scholarship", "China-Africa Friendship Chinese Government Scholarship", "Jilin Provincial Government Scholarship for Foreign Students" and "International Chinese Teacher Scholarship". About 300 foreign students are accepted every year; more than 800 students go abroad every year to participate in study abroad programs such as undergraduate double degree and undergraduate and master study programs, as well as long-term and short-term language and cultural exchanges, and the proportion of some majors who go abroad reaches 100%.