Central South University


Fields: Arts and humanities, Social sciences, journalism and information, Business, administration and law, Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Health and welfare

University profile Arts and humanities
  Health and welfare
  Social sciences, journalism and information
  Engineering, manufacturing and construction
  Business, administration and law
  Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics
  Information and Communication Technologies
Students Over 55 000
Foreign students About 1 000
Rankings National university ranking / 31
  Webometrics Ranking of World Universities / 791
Contacts 932 Lushan S Rd, Yuelu Qu, Changsha Shi, Hunan Sheng, China.
Recent publications

Central South University Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement with University of Debrecen

On July 12th 2017, Central South University (CSU) and the University of Debrecen signed the CSU-UOD Strategic Cooperation Agreement at the Hungarian Parliament Building, as part of an effort to accommodate the China-proposed strategies of “Belt and Road” and “Going Global” and Hunan province’s strategic framework of opening up.
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Delegation of Indonesian Dharmais National Cancer Hospital Visits Xiangya Hospital for Advanced Study and Training

On July 5, the first batch of the delegation from Indonesian Dharmais National Cancer Hospital for advanced study and training reached Xiangya Hospital and was entertained in the reception room of the office building.
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President Tian Hongqi Meets with Professor Timothy R. Billiar, Vice President for Academic Affairs of School of Medicine of PITT

On the morning of June 28, CSU President Tian Hongqi met with Professor Billiar R. Timothy, Vice President for Academic Affairs of the School of Medicine of the University of Pittsburgh (PITT), the winner of Chinese Government Friendship Award and an expert included in the Recruitment Program for Foreign Experts (the Thousand Talents Program) by the Third Xiangya Hospital of CSU.
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CSU Signs MoU with Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal

On June 6, a delegation led by Zhou Kechao, Vice President of CSU, visited the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal on behalf of the university, based on the consensus reached in March 2017 by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Nepali Prime Minister Prachanda on jointly building the Belt and Road (also called B&R, short for the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road), enriching the connotation of people-to-people exchanges and deepening cultural and youth exchanges.
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Visit to CSU by Delegation Headed by Ms. Wendy Alexander, University of Dundee’s Vice President for International Affairs

On April 27, headed by Ms. Wendy Alexander, a delegation of four paid a visit to CSU. School leaders involved in the meeting with the delegation included Zhou Kechao, Vice President of CSU, Li Jie, assistant to the President and Dean of the Graduate School, deans or directors of the International Exchange and Cooperation Office, Undergraduate School and School of Life Sciences as well as representatives from Schools of Nursing, Civil Engineering and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and Xiangya Medical Education Office.
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Immunology, psychiatry and psychology of Central South University crack the top 1% of ESI in the world for the first time

According to the data of Essential Science Indicators (hereinafter referred to as ESI) of Clarivate Analytics (former Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property and Technology Business Division) updated on May 11, 2017 (Beijing time), both immunology, psychiatry and psychology of Central South University cracked the top 1% of ESI for the first time.
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TTCI President Visits Central South University

On April 12th, Lisa Stabler, President of Transportation Technology Center Inc. (TTCI), Firdausi Irani, Vice President of TTCI, and Jian Sun, Director of the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China, visited Central South University.
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