Facts

Founded in 1998 with an enrollment of less than 300 students, today Sias has an enrollment of over 26,000 students and employs over 1,500 full-time faculty members, including 135 full-time foreign teachers. Sias' rate of foreign faculty to students ranks first in China. It offers 75 undergraduate degree programs, 15 associate degree programs, and 6 dual degree programs with Fort Hays State University from Kansas, USA. It also has 5 graduate programs. The 9 fields of study offering degrees include liberal arts, science, engineering, economics, management, medicine, law, education and the performing arts.

 

As an international university, Sias enjoys partnerships with 114 international partner schools in 35 countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, France, South Korea, India, Thailand, and Indonesia. It has a large number of international students from more than 25 countries, as well as faculty members whose expertise and training embrace both Chinese and Western educational philosophies.

 

The organizational structure of Sias' administration strengthens the foundation and funtioning of the university. The curriculum is student-oriented, and by using a combination of theoretical and practical teaching methods, Sias ensures that the quality of teaching is continuously improving, and that the employment rate for Sias graduates remains in the top three schools among all Henan universities every year. Graduates of Sias have received high praise from employers for their excellent oral English, all-round abilities, creative thinking, and strong work ethic.

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2016 Summer Conference

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