Shanghai Conservatory of Music

Shanghai International Studies University (SISU; Chinese: 上海外国语大学) is China’s leading university in linguistics, cultural studies, and global and area studies. Established in December 1949, SISU is known for being one of the earliest institutions where China’s higher education in foreign languages took shape. It was listed in the Double First Class University identified by the Ministry of Education and former Project 211.

As of 2021, Shanghai International Studies University ranked no.3 nationwide among universities specialized on languages teaching and research in the widely recognized Best Chinese Universities Ranking.

Ranking

Shanghai International studies university is ranked the 76th in the QS BRICS 2016, the 142nd in the QS Asian University Rankings, and its linguistics is ranked 151–200 in the QS ranking by subject. As of 2021, Shanghai International Studies University ranked no.3 nationwide among universities specialized on languages teaching and research in the widely recognized Best Chinese Universities Ranking.