China University of Geosciences in Beijing traces its roots to Beijing College of Geology, founded in 1952 as a result of the merger of the geological departments from Peking University, Tsinghua University, Tianjin University, and Tangshan Railway College. Early success led to its being named one of the nation’s 64 “key colleges and universities.”
CUGB now has 16 schools, 41 undergraduate programs, 16 doctoral degree conferring spots of first-level disciplines, 33 master’s degree conferring spots of first-level disciplines, and 14 master’s degree conferring spots in professional fields.
CUGB is a research-oriented university with geology, natural resources, and environment study as its principal fields, covering science, engineering, liberal arts, management, economics, law, and other disciplines. Two disciplines—geology, geological resources and geological engineering—were selected as national "Double First Class" disciplines, and two disciplines received A+ in the fourth round of discipline evaluation carried out by the Ministry of Education.
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Double Room with washroom, laundry and Internet but NO public kitchen, RMB 1200 ~1500 Yuan per month.
CUGB Digital Library (hereinafter as DL) development has already got initial achievements under the support of college leaders and fund support from the "211 Project" and "Advantage Discipline Construction Project" since 2004. Over these years, guided by the principle of focusing on building the much-needed, high-level digital resource during the discipline construction.
The university campus covers a total area of 5,258,443 square meters and in addition, there are practical geological field stations in Zhoukoudian, Beidaihe, and Pingquan, Hebei.
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