S1 Pengantar Bahasa Inggris
S2 Pengantar Bahasa Inggris
S1 dan S2 Pengantar Bahasa Mandarin
- School of English Studies
- Department of English
- Department of Translation and Interpreting
- School of Japanese Studies
- Department of Japanese
- School of Asian and African Studies
- Department of Korean
- Department of Arabic
- Department of Persian
- Department of Vietnamese
- Department of Indonesian
- Department of Thai
- Department of Hebrew
- Department of Turkish
- Department of Hindi
- School of European and Latin American Studies
- Department of Spanish
- Department of Portuguese
- Department of Italian
- Department of Greek
- Department of Dutch
- Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies
- Department of Russian
- Department of Ukrainian
- Department of French and Francophone Studies
- Department of French
- Department of Germanic Studies
- Department of German
- Department of Swedish
- School of Law
- Department of Law
- Department of International Politics
- School of Economics and Finance
- Department of International Economics and Trade
- Department of Finance
- Department of Accounting
- School of Business and Management
- Department of Business Administration
- Department of Public Relations
- Department of Information Management and Information System
- MBA Center
- School of Journalism
- Department of Journalism
- School of Media and Communications
- Department of Radio and Television Journalism
- Department of Advertising
- Department of Educational Technology
- School of Education
- Department of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages
- Department of English Pedagogy
- Department of Business English
- School of Chinese Studies and Exchange
- Department of Chinese
- Graduate Institute of Interpretation and Translation (GIIT)
- Department of Translation and Interpretation
- Department of Translation Studies
The motto of the University is ‘格高志远 学贯中外’ (ge gao zhi yuan, xue guan zhong wai).
The motto in English is ‘Integrity, Vision and Academic Excellence ’.
SISU history began in December 1949 with the establishment of the Shanghai Russian School affiliated to East China People’s Revolution University, as one of the earliest institutions where China’s higher education in foreign languages took shape. Its first president, Jiang Chunfang, is a renowned translator of Russian and publisher who pioneered the publication of the Encyclopedia of China. Throughout its history, SISU has attracted and retained distinguished scholars with commitment to teaching and academic pursuits, including Fang Chong, Lu Peixian, Ling Dayang and Xu Zhongnian, who have become part of the University’s increased wealth of intellectual resources.
In 1952, a nationwide restructuring of institutes of higher education began in China, and the department of oriental language and literature was incorporated into Peking University. The college was renamed as Shanghai Russian College that specialise in teaching Russian language. The university was used to be widely known as Shanghai Foreign Language Institute (上海外国语学院) since its expansion in 1956 and became a national key university approved by the State Council in 1963 with the department of Russian, English (re-established), French, German, Japanese, Arabic and Spanish
Approved by the Ministry of Education in 1994, it was officially renamed as Shanghai International Studies University (上海外国语大学). In the same year, it was listed as one of the first colleges and universities jointly supervised by the national Ministry of Education and the Municipality of Shanghai. In 1996, SISU passed the evaluation process of Project 211 directed by the Ministry of Education, and became one of the nation’s “100 key universities for the 21st Century.” Project 211 is a project of National Key Universities and colleges initiated in 1995 by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, with the intent of raising the research standards of high-level universities and cultivating strategies for socio-economic development.
SISU has two campuses, one in Hongkou District and one in Songjiang District.
1. Hongkou Campus
The Hongkou campus is located in the center of Shanghai, covering 16.9 hectares.
2. Songjiang Campus
The Songjiang campus is in Shanghai’s Songjiang New District, covering an area of 53.3 hectares.
SISU has couses that taught in 22 languages. SISU also has 38 bachelor’s degree programs, 41 master’s degree programs, 17 doctoral degree programs and 2 postdoctoral initiatives.
SISU has 5972 undergraduates, 2927 graduates and 1595 international students.
SISU got rank 70th in QS BRICS (2014), 99 in ARWU Greater China (2013) and rank 39 in RUC TOP 50 China (2013)