Peking University is a national public research university in Beijing, China. The university is funded by the Ministry of Education of China. It is a member of C9 League, Double First Class University Plan, former Project 985, and former Project 211.
The university was established as the Imperial University of Peking in 1898 when it received its royal charter by the Guangxu Emperor. On May 3, 1912, the government of the Republic of China ordered the Imperial University of Peking to be renamed Peking University. Peking University merged with Yenching University after the nationwide restructuring of schools and departments in 1952. On April 3, 2000, Peking University merged Beijing Medical University, making it the Peking University Health Science Center
Peking University has six faculties, namely Humanities, Social Sciences, Economics and Management, Science, Information Technology and Engineering, as well as Health Science. It consists of 55 schools and departments, 60 research entities, and ten affiliated hospitals. By 2017, Peking University’s staff include 76 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 19 members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and 25 members of the World Academy of Sciences.
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