Fudan-Guanghua International Forum for Young Scholars-- Humanities and Social Sciences Sub-Forum

About the Forum

Fudan-Guanghua International Forum for Young Scholars aims to create a platform forinternational academic exchange and cooperation amongyoung scholars across research fields. An important purpose of the Forum is to contribute to Fudan University’s ‘Extraordinary 2025’ Faculty Recruitment Project by attracting young researchers from around the world to work at theUniversity.

The Humanities and Social Sciences Sub-Forum 2017 will be held at Fudan University on June 2nd, 2017 and cover the following subjects: Chinese Language and Literature, Foreign Languages and Literature, Journalism, Art, History, Philosophy, Law,  Politics, Sociology, Economics, Finance, Marxist Theory, and Management.

Application requirements:

Applicants must

1.      be below the age of 45;

2.      have a PhD degree from an internationally reputable university and remarkable research achievements;

3.      have the intention to apply through Fudan University for the national “Thousand Young Talent Program”, the “National Special Support Program for High-level Talents”, “Changjiang Scholars Program” of The Ministry of Education, “Excellent Youth Fund” of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, or the “Extraordinary 2025” Project of Fudan University.

How to Apply:

1.      Visit http://www.hr.fudan.edu.cn/4901/list.htm for the application form entitled Application Form: Fudan-Guanghua International Forum for Young Scholars;

2.      Send the completed form to ghforum@fudan.edu.cnby April 15th, 2017;

3.      Qualified applicants will receive an official invitation to participate in the Forum before April 30th, 2017.



For invited applicants, Fudan University will provide travel allowances and arrange their meals and accommodation during the Forum.






June 1, 2017

All day


June 2, 2017


Opening ceremony and symposiums



Symposiums and job fair

June 3, 2017


Closing ceremony



Ms. Hongmei JI

Tel: +86-21-65641015

E-mail: ghforum@fudan.edu.cn


About Fudan University

Fudan University was establishedin 1905and initially known as Fudan Public School.  In the 1970s, the University was changed to a modern, comprehensive-style university. In 2000, Fudan merged with Shanghai Medical University to form the current Fudan University with a broaderset of academic disciplines.

Fudan is home to 14,100 undergraduates and associate degree candidates, 14,800 graduates including 3000 foreign degree candidates. Also, it has 2700 staff and a high-level research faculty of 3100 full-time teachers and researchers, including 39 academiciansof the Chinese Academy of Science and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 99 Chair Professors of the Changjiang Scholars Program. Noted for educational excellence, Fudan has 11 Level I national key academic disciplines and 19 Level II national key academic disciplines, andoffers 70 bachelor degree programs, 35 doctoral degree programs of Level I academic disciplines, 154 doctoral degree programs, 224 master degree programs, and 29 post-doctoral programs. With strong research capacity, Fudan hosts around 300 research institutes including 5 national key labs, 38 ministerial or provincial key labs and engineering centers, 5 “Project 985” Science and Technology Innovation Platforms and 7 “Project 985” Arts and Social Sciences Innovation Bases, and 30National Key Basic Research Programs of China (alsoknown as“Program 973”). In the 2016QS World University Ranking and US News Rankingof Best Global Universities, Fudan was ranked 43 and 121 respectively, which made her one of the top three universities in Mainland China.

Over the past hundred years, the University has made outstanding contributions to the country by developing talents, innovating in science and technology, and serving the society. Students and teachers of Fudan always bearin mind the University motto“rich in knowledge and tenacious of purposes, inquiring with earnestness and reflecting with self-practice”,practice the traditions of being “hard-working, rigorous, result-oriented, and innovative”,and maintainthe Fudan spirit of “patriotic service, academic independence, diversity of approaches, and pursuit of excellence”.