General Information of Shanghai Ocean University
The university currently has 2 campuses in Shanghai Pudong New Area Hucheng Ring Campus and Yangpu District Jungong Road Campus, as well as 386 acres of Binhai Base and 56.7 acres of Xiangshan Science and Education Base. Among them, the main campus, Hucheng Ring Road, covers an area of more than 1,600 mu, with a planned construction area of 586,000 square meters. With a modern campus network, China Ocean Fishery Data Center and Ocean Science Supercomputing Center have been built. There are more than 1.54 million paper books, nearly 1.12 million electronic books, and more than 50 databases. The collection resources highlight the university's marine, aquatic and food characteristics. In 2016, it hosted the first English-language journal of aquatic products in mainland China, Aquaculture and Fisheries, which was included in Scopus and the three major databases of Life Science Abstracts Index (BP) and Biological Abstracts (BA). The "Journal of Fisheries Journal" and "Journal of Shanghai Ocean University" are the core journals in Chinese, the core journals of Chinese science and technology and the source journals of China Science Citation Database (CSCD). "One Hundred Chinese Outstanding Academic Journals" and other titles.
International Exchange and Cooperation of Shanghai Ocean University
The university has close exchanges and cooperation with universities in the United States, Japan, South Korea, Portugal, Australia, Ghana and other countries (regions) and international organizations such as the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Asian Fisheries Society (AFS), and 35 countries and regions. 139 universities and scientific research institutions signed cooperation agreements. Since 2011, more than 4,440 students have been sent through study tours and exchange students; two phases of "Asian Campuses" with Tokyo Ocean University and Korea Maritime and Ocean University "Joint Education Program in the Field of Marine Science and Technology Based on 'China-Japan-Korea Education Integration'" ”, short-term and double-degree study programs such as the Erasmus program for mutual recognition of credits with Spain and Portugal, and international cooperation and training programs for innovative talents of the China Scholarship Council, etc., to further expand the international vision, cultivate international communication skills, and enhance the internationalization of Chinese and foreign teachers and students. Competitiveness provides a platform.
The development goal of the university in the new era is: by 2035, it will become a high-level characteristic university with important international influence. By the middle of this century, the university will be built into a world-class university with characteristics.