School:Neijiang Normal University
Add: No. 705 Dongtong Road, Neijiang City 641112, Sichuan Province, China
Neijiang Normal University
Southwestern China | Sichuan
Neijiang Normal University, located in the picturesque historical and cultural city of Neijiang---the “Home of Painting and Calligraphy”, is a state-approved undergraduate university under the supervision of Sichuan provincial government. The university focuses on undergraduate education and graduate education will be developed, aiming to cultivate high-quality graduates with solid basic knowledge, high capability, great innovation and practice, to serve the local economic development.
The university has 15812 enrollments and 1150 faculty members, 842 of whom are specialty teachers, 313 of them have achieved titles of Associate or Full Professor and 435 of them have got Master’s or Doctorate degrees. The campus covers an area of 1005 mu and the total building area is 340,000 square meters. The teaching facility and equipment values RMB 80.35 million Yuan. The library maintains a collection of 1.23 million copies. The university consists of 14 schools, offering 40 undergraduate specialties which cover eight school disciplines, i.e. literature, science, education, management, history, economics, law and technology. And the admission is open to the whole nation. The university boasts 18 research institutes, such as “Zhang Daqian Research Center” which is the key research base of Sichuan literae humaniores, “Numerical Simulation Laboratory” which is a key lab in universities of Sichuan. Since the year 2000, the university has undertaken 489 research projects, some of them are sponsored by the National Natural Sciences Foundation. The faculty members have published 84 monographs, 93 text books and 4891 academic papers, 1186 of which were printed by key journals, 147 of which were printed by SCI, EI, or ISTP journals, 18 of which were reprinted by Xinhua Digest or the Copy Materials of Renmin University. They have won 247 prizes for scientific research at all levels, including 25 provincial or ministerial level and 60 municipal level.