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Zhejiang University-University of Edinburgh Institute (ZJU-UoE)

Zhejiang University-University of Edinburgh Institute (ZJE) is established by two world-leading universities, Zhejiang University (2024 QS Ranking: 44) and the University of Edinburgh (2024 QS Ranking: 22), at the International Campus Zhejiang University in Haining, China. Building on the existing strengths of both, the Institute aims to foster collaborations in teaching and research, explore interdisciplinary research, and be committed to frontier basic and applied research in life sciences. ZJE has a core facility (composed of FACS core, imaging core, histology core, biochemistry core and bioinformatics core etc.) and a laboratory animal facility (up to 8000 cages) to provide strong research support.

ZJE has established several research centres with focused research directions to facilitate undergraduate research training and graduate student training and encourage scientific discussion, collaboration, seminars within each research centre. Currently we have 5 research centres.

  1. Centre for Cellular Biology and Signalling (CBS)
  2. Centre for Regeneration and Cell Therapy (RCT)
  3. Centre for Biomedical Systems and Informatics (BSI)
  4. Centre for Infection Immunity and Cancer (IIC)
  5. Biomedical Health and Translational Research Centre (BHTRC)

Key Facts

  • Zhejiang University was founded in 1897, and the International Campus was founded in 2013
  • Located in Haining, Zhejiang Province (Center of the Yangtze River Delta, halfway between Hangzhou and Shanghai)
  • Number of employees: 500+
  • Number of students: 3000+ (Foreign students account for about 42%)
  • 2024 QS World University Ranking: 44
  • 2024 ARWU Ranking: 33

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