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China Ranking
General and Science Schools

Rank General and Science Schools Overall Score 100%
1 Tsinghua University 99.17
2 Peking University 86.33
3 Nanjing University 74.83
4 Fudan University 68.49
5 University of Science & Technology of China 65.87
6 Zhejiang University 64.81
7 Nan'kai University 58.08
8 Shanghai Jiaotong University 55.93
9 Tianjin University 51.71
10 Harbin Institute of Technology 50.8
11 Wuhan University 50.39
12 Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics 49.85
13 Beijing Normal University 47.92
14 Tongji University 47.63
15 Xi'an Jiaotong University 47.62
16 Huazhong University of Science & Technology 47.09
17 Beijing Institute of Technology 46.59
18 Southeast University 46.1
19 Jilin University 45.44
20 Zhongshan University 43.32
21 Beijing Medical University 43.18
22 China Agricultural University 42.96
23 Dalian University of Technology 42.48
24 Northwest Polytechnic University 42.17
25 Renmin University of China 41.82
26 Beijing Science & Technology University 40.47
27 Northeastern University 40.43
27 Xiamen University 40.43
29 South China University of Technology 40.07
30 Shandong University 39.03
31 Beijing Institute of Posts & Telecommunications 38.69
32 Sichuan University 38.56
33 Shanghai Medical University 38.55
34 North Jiaotong University 38.26
35 East China Normal University 36.88
36 Chongqing University 36.8
37 Zhongnan Industry University 36.63
38 Lanzhou University 35.26
39 Nanjing University of Science & Technology 34.41
40 Central China Agricultural University 34.22

The ranking is based on a survey carried out by education portal Netbig.com. The participants are 100 multi-disciplinary and science and education universities in China participating in the government's 211 Education Plan. The weightings are rendered to two decimal places because they are the averages of the percentages individually recommended by 52 officials from the education department, the Research Committee of Chinese Higher Education and selected universities. Academic reputation: Three hundred and four college principals, scholars and entrepreneurs were asked to rate the universities on a scale of 1 to 7, with 7 as the highest grade. The total score was divided by the number of responses. Academic Programs: Derived from 1) number of doctoral programs offered, 2) number of masteral programs offered, 3) number of fields of study, and 4) number of major laboratories. Student Selectivity: Derived from 1) national-test scores of entering freshmen, 2) pass rate to sophomore year, 3) employment rate, and 4) proportion of graduates who went on to further studies. Faculty Resources: Derived from the ratio of PhD holders to total teaching force. Research: Derived from 1) published theses per researcher, and 2) published monographs per researcher. Operational resources: Derived from 1) research funds per student, and 2) books per student.

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