Tibet University

Tibet University (UTibet; Chinese: 西藏大学; lit. ‘University of Tibet’) is a public university in Lhasa, Tibet, China. The university is one of China’s key universities and the largest university in the Tibet Autonomous Region. With an internationally renowned department of Tibetan Studies and a majority ethnic Tibetan student body, the university maintains a focus on local communities and cultures.

The school has four campuses in Lhasa: Na Jin campus, He Ba Lin campus, Financial School campus, and Medical School campus.

Lhasa campus of the existing staff of 863 people which includes 523 full-time teachers. Out of the 523 teachers, 327 are Tibetan, accounting for 62.5%. There are approximately 14,020 students.

The school has 14 colleges: the College of Humanities, College of Science, the College of Engineering, the College of Agronomy, the College of Medicine, the School of Economics and Management, the School of Tourism and Foreign Languages, the Teachers’ College, the School of Continuing Education, the Central Radio and TV Tibet Institute, the School of Political Science and Law, the School of Marxism, the School of Finance and Management, and the School of Arts.