China Agricultural University
This institutional profile has been created for use by University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate programs.
Other names: Beijing Agricultural University, North China Agricultural University, Peking Agricultural University.
First degree/qualification: Bachelor's degrees (4-5 years).
Minimum quality for UW-Madison Graduate School admission: Overall average in B range.
Minimum level for UW-Madison Graduate School admission: 4-5 year diploma from 1949-1966; 4 year bachelor's degree from 1978-present; master's degree following diploma programs from the Cultural Revolution-present.
Documents required: Official transcript and official degree certificate in Chinese and English; must have stamp/seal of school and signature of authorized school official.
Description: Instituted in 1905. Formerly a "national key school," now a "211 Project" school. The 211 Project is aimed at forming a series of high quality higher educational institutions. These schools generally have the most prestige, the best students and the most government funding. Also offers a three year diploma (not an admissible level to graduate study). Usual admission requirements are completion of senior secondary school (12 years of education) and a national entrance examination.
|B||80- 89%||4||B||75- 84%|
|C||70- 79%||3||C||60- 74%|
|D||60- 69%||2||F||0- 59%|
Grading scales vary; see above for common scales.
Language of instruction: Chinese.
Master's: 3 years after bachelor's degree and entrance examination.
Doctorate: 3 years after master's degree and entrance examination.