Master in Computer Science and Technology
College of Information Science and Engineering
In 1978, Hunan University created a computer science program for undergraduates and formed a computer science teaching lab. In May 1981, Hunan University announced the establishment of its Computer Science Department. In 2001, two schools were formed. School of Computer and Communication was formed in October and School of Software was formed in December. In 2010, these two schools merged and became the College of Information Science and Engineering today.
The college now has 37 full professors and 74 associate professors, including national "Thousand Talents Plan" scientists and Yangtze River Scholars. More than 60% faculty members have Ph.D. degree.
The College currently has 1 member of Chinese Academy of Engineering, 1 Cheung Kong Scholar, 1 chair professor, 2 of Talent Project for the New Century of the Ministry of Education, 17 visiting and part-time professors, and 86 full-time professors, most of whom are holders of doctoral degrees. Since 2002, the college has been undertaking the teaching work, and 70% of them have an overseas study or work experience. So far, the college has accepted more than 100 foreign students every year for master's and doctoral degree, and some graduates are working for large-scale Chinese enterprises and companies.
Any non-Chinese citizen holding a valid foreign passport who wishes to come to study at Hunan University may apply directly to Admission and Vise Office, International Students Center, Hunan University.
Application deadline: July 1
- Application Form of Hunan University
- Two recommendation letters by professors
- Bachelor degree certificate and graduation certificate
- Bachelor transcripts
- Research Proposal of 800 words
- Foreigner Physical Examination Form
- Scanned copy of Passport (photo page and latest Chinese Visa if applicable)
- Application Fee (Nonrefundable)
Tuition Fee: 24,000 Yuan/year
Application fee: 400 Yuan
Insurance: 600 Yuan
Application fee is not refundable.
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