Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School
Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School (PKU Shenzhen), primarily focused on full-time graduate education, is an integral part of PKU's progression toward becoming a world-class university. PKU Shenzhen's goal is to build a world-class international PKU campus in Shenzhen, a pioneer city leading China’s Reform and Opening-Up Policy, while adhering to the academic principles of “New Frontiers, Interdisciplinary Studies, Applied Research and International Standards.”

"This is PKU Shenzhen" (2012)


 
PKU Shenzhen is a graduate education institution comprised of eight schools: School of Electronic and Computer Engineering; School of Chemical Biology & Biotechnology; School of Environment & Energy; School of Urban Planning & Design; School of Advanced Materials; HSBC Business School; School of Transnational Law; and School of Humanities & Social Sciences. The eight schools offer majors including Finance, Economics, Management, J.M., MBA, Ecology, Human Geography, Information Sciences & Technology, Electronic & Communication Technologies, Chemical Biology, Environmental Science, Environment and Energy, Architectural Design, Sociology, and Psychology.

The HSBC Business School and School of Transnational Law offer fully-English language degrees with world-class professors, curriculum, and facilities. In 2018, the HSBC Business School became one of only 5% of business school's in the world to earn the prestigious AACSB International Accreditation. As for the School of Transnational Law, it is the first school in the world allowing students to earn a Juris Doctor degree and a Chinese Juris Master degree.

 
PKU Shenzhen's faculty members include scholars with previous teaching appointments at prestigious schools including Cornell University, Harvard University and the University of California system. Concurrently, PKU Shenzhen's unique disciplines and degrees with PKU’s prestige, attract top students from China and abroad. PKU Shenzhen also seeks to develop expertise in demand on the Shenzhen and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area region job market.
 
PKU Shenzhen has 36 research platforms, among which are several major state-level laboratories such as the Laboratory of Chemical Oncogenomics, the Laboratory of Integrated Microsystems and the Laboratory for Environmental and Urban Sciences.

Faculty

PKU Shenzhen is proud of having a highly qualified and diverse faculty body with 173 full-time professors, including two members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 11 members of the national “One Thousand Talents Plan,” 9 State Administration Foreign Expert Program Members, 25 Peng Cheng Scholars, 17 professors from Hong Kong, Macau, and/or Taiwan, and 57 international professors. In addition, the school counts 105 postdoctoral research fellows.
 
Each department's academic team is led by a professor with an international perspective and a vast experience of research in the field. PKU Shenzhen has formed a talented team led by eminent academic authorities and has recruited scholars and experts from abroad as well as promising young academics from China and post-doctorates to support departments with their extensive knowledge and vision.
 
International diversity is the most prominent character of the faculty at PKU Shenzhen. Our university not only attracts world-renowned international professors, such as Philip McConaughay, the founding dean of Penn State University’s law school and School of International Affairs. And also outstanding Chinese scientists, YANG Zhen and PAN Feng, and the economist HAI Wen. Our faculty have greatly contributed to PKU Shenzhen's level of international education and research capabilities. Moreover, a high number of PKU Shenzhen faculty members obtained their degrees from top-ranking universities worldwide.
 
 
Students

PKU Shenzhen attracts the most outstanding students within China and abroad. In 2008, our university began to enroll students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan and in 2009 it welcomed its first international students. With the arrival of more international students, the PKU Shenzhen campus is becoming more diverse and globally conscious. By 2018, there were 3,218 full-time graduate students enrolled at PKU Shenzhen, including 288 doctorate degree students, and 2,930 master's degree students and 137 full-time international students from all over the world.