Introduction to International School
The International School of Jinan University was founded in 2001 and is located in Guangzhou, China. It is a young, but unique college, in which all courses are delivered in English. There are currently nine bachelor degree programs and two master's degree programs, which have attracted approximately 7,000 students from 90 countries or regions (up to mid-March, 2021). These programs include International Economics and Trade, Finance, Accounting (CPA-Canada), Clinical Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M. B.B.S.), Food Science and Engineering, Pharmacy, Computer Science and Technology, Journalism, China Studies and Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Engineering.
In addition to the major courses delivered in English, the International School also offers Chinese language and Chinese culture courses to international students who may find it advantageous to communicate in Chinese and be familiar with Chinese culture after graduation.
Our students are encouraged to have movable study experiences worldwide. The school, therefore, has developed a series of exchange and visiting study programs with its partner universities in the USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Australia and New Zealand both on semester basis or short-term basis.
Along with a team of long-term or visiting international professors are around 500 domestic faculty members who hold the university qualification which enables them to teach academic courses in English. Most of those holders have an international education background. This unique internationally- oriented professional team ensures the sustainability of the academic teaching quality in English.
The vision of the school is to attract high-quality students globally, and nurture them to become internationally-minded academic and professional talents.
The mission of the school is to be student-oriented and to provide a unique multi-culture environment for academic study in English at an international standard with dedicated high-quality teachers, critical thinking teaching methods, English-medium textbooks, multinational enterprises internship schemes, high-impact movable study opportunity, and student self-development.