The University of Applied Sciences Burgenland is one of the best state universities of applied sciences in Austria. It offers practice-oriented Bachelor and Master courses at two campuses in Eisenstadt and Pinkafeld. Courses are offered in the fields of economics (with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe), information technology and information management, energy and environmental management, health and social work.
The Franz Schubert Conservatory for Music and Performing Arts and Music School is Vienna's oldest private conservatory. It was founded by Eduard Horak in 1867, received public rights in 1961 and has been operating under its current name since 1979. It offers study places without age limit in subjects ranging from classical music to jazz, drama and musical theater.
The Webster Vienna Private University is an Austrian private university. It is part of the Webster University network, which is represented in eight countries and 60 cities on four continents. The Vienna campus was founded in 1981. In 1985 the Webster Vienna Private University received its accreditation and was the first institution to offer an MBA in Austria.
The Danube International School Vienna is an international school in Vienna for students from all over the world. The school, which is located close to the city center, caters to all levels from elementary school to graduate school. It also offers the opportunity to finish with an IB diploma.
The Central Conservatory of Music or Central Music Academy (Chinese: 中央音乐学院) in Beijing is the most prestigious music school in China. Founded in 1950, the conservatory offers courses for both Chinese nationals and foreign students and caters to all levels from elementary school to graduate school. Four- to five-year undergraduate courses are offered in composition, conducting, musicology, singing and opera, piano, orchestral instruments, and traditional Chinese musical instruments.
The Central Academy of Drama (Chinese: 中央戏剧学院) is an acting school in Beijing. It is considered to be the most renowned drama school in China and one of the most respected institutions for teaching theater, film and television arts in China. The academy was founded in April 1950 and has since produced a wide variety of famous actors, actresses and directors, including Zhang Ziyi, Jiang Wen and Gong Li.
The Qilu University of Technology (Chinese: 齐鲁工业大学) is a public university in Jinan in the Chinese province of Shandong. It was founded as Jiaodong Industry School in 1948 and renamed Qilu University of Technology in 2013. Around 25,000 students are currently studying here.
The Sichuan Normal University (Chinese: 四川师范大学) is a public university with an educational focus in the city of Chengdu. The university has 27 faculties, offering a total of 84 bachelor's degrees and a large number of master's and doctoral programs. Around 36,000 students are currently studying here, including almost 4,000 doctoral and master’s candidates.
The Shandong University (Chinese: 山东大学) is one of the first universities of modern Chinese higher education. Its history begins with the medical faculty founded in 1864, from which in 1901 the Shandong Imperial College emerged as the second state university in China (after the Imperial University of Peking). Today the university has 8 campuses spread over three cities in Shandong Province.
The university, which has been operating under the name Shandong Jiaotong University (Chinese: 山东交通大学) since 2002, was founded in 1956. 17,000 students study here with a focus on technical and economic subjects.
The Hunan University of Science and Technology (Chinese: 湖南科技大学) originally goes back to the Xiangbei Construction College founded in 1949. The university was created in 2003 by merging two universities. Around 36,000 students study at this institution.
The Qingdao Technical College (Chinese: 青岛职业技术学院) is a public college in Qingdao in the Chinese province of Shandong. It was founded in 1951 and has around 9,000 students.
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