Peking University

Peking University

Peking University, located in the Summer Palace road, haidian district, Beijing, is one of the leading comprehensive universities in China, playing an important role in cultivating innovative talents and scientific research.

Peking University was founded in 1898. Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty carried out the Reform Movement of Wuxu. Liang Qichao carried out the policy and established the Capital Metropolitan university, which was the highest University in China at that time and the first formal new university in modern China. With the continuous war in modern China, due to various factors, the Capital Metropolitan university was changed into the National Peking University in 1912, moved to Changsha in 1937, Kunming in 1938, and returned to Beijing in 1946 (Beijing was named Peiping in 1946).

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Peking University ranks 14th in the 2019 ranking of world university engineering and technology majors. The majors of economics, computer science and technology, law, business administration, Chinese language and writing, philosophy, history and medicine are all second to none. Peking University has made great contributions to scientific experiments and research, including the world's first synthetic bovine insulin; International standard for determination of antimony, europium and cerium atoms in Peking University. Train batch after batch of scientific talents for China and even the world.