Shanghai Jiao Tong University Campus
The Jiao Tong University (SJTU) is an international institution, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China. Each year it admits students from over 70 different countries contributing to the creation of a rich and diverse learning environment.
The main campus is located in the Xuhui district of Shanghai and hosts several educational institutions. The buildings are a mixture of American influenced constructions and Chinese style.
Jiao Tong University is a world-renowned higher education institution which depends directly from the Ministry of National Education of the People's Republic of China. With 120 years of existence, STJU has become a university for international research.
The campus is located in the former French Concession of Shanghai and covers more than 233,000 m2. It has all modern facilities and technologies. The KEDGE Business School is located right at the centre of the university.
How to get to the campus?
How to get to the campus
- From Pudong International Airport: Take metro line 2, and transfer to line 10 at the station of East Nanjing Road, and get off at Jiao Tong University station.
- From Shanghai Railway Station/South Railway Station: Take metro line 1 and get off at Xujiahui Station
- From Shanghai Hongqiao Hub: Take metro line 10 and get off at SJTU station. (For reference only. Any changes, please refer to notice issued by public transportation authority for latest information)
Transportation maps are for sale in metro stations, banks and selected shops.
Address: KEDGE- SJTU - Room 431, Lecture 1 Building, 1954 rue Hua Shan
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Shanghai 200030, P. R.
Where to stay
Crowne Plaza Shanghai
400 Panyu Road , 200052, Shanghai
Shanghai Xihua Business Hotel (The Suites Shanghai)
1 West Huai Hai Road , 200030, Shanghai
IBIS Shanghai Xujiahui Hotel
858 Panyu Road, Shanghai
Franco-Chinese Institute in 'Management of Arts and Design' (CAFA) Campus
Historically located in Beijing, the administrative capital of the People's Republic of China, the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts has chosen to set up the Franco-Chinese Institute in 'Management of Arts and Design' in Shanghai, in the heart of the economic capital of the country. The location having been chosen for its proximity to the economic world and the funding coming from the People's Government of the New Pudong District (Shanghai business district) in order to develop this new area.
The CAFA Shanghai Campus is located on the shore of Dishui Lake in Lingang region, Shanghai (No. 1099, 2nd Street South of Huanhu, Nanhui New City, Pudong New District, Shanghai).
Divided into two ases, the total area of the campus covers 40,000m2 and is intended exclusively for education.
The initial investment for the first phase of the project amounted to 171,360,000 yuan (around 23,5 million euros) and was funded by the People's Government of Pudong New District. Construction of the buildings began April 27th, 2012 and lasted four years. The buildings were designed by the French architecture agency 'Architecture-Studio'.
The second phase of the project was funded by the Shanghai Harbor City Development Group mandated by the Lingang Region Development Administration. Construction was scheduled for completion at the end of 2019.
The Director of the Chinese part of the Franco-Chinese Institute of CAFA is Prof. YU Ding, Dean of the Institute of Arts Administration and Education.
The city of Shanghai
Also known as the ‘Gateway to the World’ Shanghai is the most important industrial city in China. Home to 25 million people, it is densely built-up over 6340.5 km² in the east coast of the country. Most major companies, brands and industries are represented in Shanghai that is also the world’s busiest container port. Studying in Shanghai is a perfect opportunity to grow an international network and mindset while opening up opportunities for working with the dynamic potential of Chinese and Asian markets.