Chinese university ranking (CUAA)

Universities Ranking of China released by CUAA (Chinese Universities Alumni Association, 中国校友会网) is one of the most foremost domestic university rankings.[1] The initiation of the CUAA-Team of China University Evaluation can be traced back to the Research Group of Comparative Studies of Universities in Chinese Academy of Management Science founded in 1989. The Team has the longest history of consistent evaluation and study of Chinese universities with over 30 years.[2] The annual Evaluation and Study Report of Universities in China includes General Ranking based on

General Ranking

Peking University 1111111111
Tsinghua University 2222222222
Fudan University 3344444444
Wuhan University 4456665555
Renmin University of China 65789107877
Zhejiang University 5665556666
Shanghai Jiaotong University 7735555333
Nanjing University 888121289788
University of Science and Technology of China 129141091817161517
National University of Defense Technology 910N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Billionaire Ranking

In first decade of the 21st century, many Chinese media have been very active in making ranking lists for Chinese colleges and universities according to the number of billionaires they have produced.

These ranking lists are often seen in Chinese TV, newspapers, books, and even academic studies and publications. Such rankings are normally made annually. Most of these rankings are based on the billionaire rankings made by Forbes (American business magazine) and Hurun Report (a business ranking specialized company based in mainland China).

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The methodology for these rankings is rather simple: the amount of billionaire a university or college have, including its alumni and ffaculty.

Notable ranking source

There are several notable ranking entities, and most of them are also Internet-based and have their own homepages.


The most recent ranking is:[3] (only top 10 are listed out as below) measured in billion Chinese Yuan.

RankingUniversity/CollegeLocationNo. of billionairesWealthMajors
1Peking UniversityBeijing63139MBA, management, law, bioengineering, physics, chemistry, mathematics, Chinese language
2Tsinghua UniversityBeijing5491.1MBA, mechanical engineering, civil engineering & architecture, physics, electronic engineering
3Zhejiang UniversityHangzhou, Zhejiang Province53149.9MBA, management, law, computer science, history, civil engineering & architecture
4Fudan UniversityShanghai38135.4MBA, management, medicine & pharmacy, photonics, journalism, philosophy
5Renmin UniversityBeijing2689.4MBA, management, law
6Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghai1927.9MBA, management, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science
7Sun Yat-sen UniversityGuangzhou, Guangdong Province1840.4MBA, management, philosophy, Chinese language
8Nanjing UniversityNanjing, Jiangsu Province1627.2MBA, management, history, electronic engineering, civil engineering & architecture
9South China University of TechnologyGuangzhou, Guangdong Province1535.3telecommunication, mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, chemical engineering
10Zhejiang University of TechnologyHangzhou, Zhejiang Province1230.7MBA, management, chemical engineering, automation
Huazhong University of Science and TechnologyWuhan, Hubei Province1216.4MBA, management, electric engineering, mechanical engineering, computer
Wuhan UniversityWuhan, Hubei Province1234.2MBA, management, physics, bioengineering, statics
Harbin Institute of TechnologyHarbin, Heilongjiang Province1232.5MBA, electric engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, automation

See also


  1. Kai Yu; Andrea Lynn Stith; Li Liu; Huizhong Chen. Tertiary Education at a Glance: China: China.
  2. "艾瑞深中国校友会网大学研究团队-关于我们".
  3. 2010中国亿万富豪调查报告出炉,北京大学"造富能力"最强! (in Chinese). Chinese University Alumni Association (CUAA). Retrieved 25 May 2010.
  4. 2009年中国大学创业富豪榜--人民网教育频道中国最权威教育网站--人民网 (in Chinese). 24 June 2009. Retrieved 25 May 2010.
  5. "Archived copy" 2009中国大学创业富豪榜:全部榜单 (in Chinese). Tencent QQ. 2009-06-24. Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2010.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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