China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT) is one of the key national universities under the direct administration of the China’s Ministry of Education. It is also one of the universities which host a graduate school with the approval of the Ministry of Education, and one of that in the national “211 project”, a government program designed to support and improve top-level institutions of higher learning in China.
The university can be traced back to Jiaozuo School of Railroad and Mines, which was established in 1909 and was later expanded and renamed Jiaozuo Institute of Technology. In 1988, the institution was formally renamed the China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT).
At present, on the main campus in Xuzhou, there are 19 schools with 60 undergraduate programs. The university offers 50 additional doctoral programs and 100 master’s programs. There are 8 key disciplines rated by the Chinese government as national priorities in education, and 13 recognized as key on the ministerial or provincial level. Schools hosting the 8 key disciplines are ab..View more