Area: 158,000 square kilometers.
Location: A coastal province in eastern China, in the lower reach of Yellow River, comprising of peninsulas and inlands.
Population: 97.33 million, the second most populous province in China.
Culture: Birthplace of Confucianism, and hometown of Confucius and Mencius, as well as the land of ceremony and propriety.
Economy: One of the strongest economies in China, and always among the top 3 provinces with the strongest comprehensive competitiveness in China.
Area: 7,998 square kilometers.
Population: 7.066 million.
Capital City of Shandong Province, and the political, economic, cultural, financial, transportation, and educational center of the Province.
Located north of MountTai, the No. 1 mountain among the five most famous mountains in China. Yellow River runs through the northern part of the city.
One of the national renowned historical cities in China, and one of the first cities receiving the title of excellent city for tourism in China.
Famous for its numerous natural springs, also called”The City of Springs”.
A transportation hub in east China. Easy access to Beijing (1.5 hours to Beijing) and Shanghai (3.5 hours to Shanghai by high-speed train).
About SHANDONG JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1956.
Area:3,200 mu (213,33 hectares)
Students and Staff: 20,777 full-time students, and 1,384 academic and management staff.
Campus Location: 3 Campuses, two in Jinan and one in Weihai, a coastal city in Shandong Peninsula.
Academic Schools and Programs: 18 schools offering 59 undergraduate and postgraduate programs covering liberal arts, science, engineering, economics, management, law and fine arts.
The only university in Shandong province specializing in the education of highway, ocean, air and railway transportation.
One of the Top 50 Chinese universities with the best employment rates awarded by the Ministry of Education.