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Name of Institution: Shantou University Business School 
Location:  STUBS is located in north-west of Shantou, a  harbor  city of Guangdong Province, southeast China. 
Address:  Shantou University, 243 Daxue Road, Shantou, Guangdong, China 
Country: People’s Republic of China 
Telephone and Fax: +86-754-86503382, Fax: +86-754-86503442 
Website: http://english.stu.edu.cn/ 

Why STU? 

Shantou University Business School’s undergraduate programs are the ideal choice in Guangdong province, even in the whole country.
Since 2004, Business School has enrolled students with 100 percent of the first preference to Shantou University in Guangdong province in continuous four years, and attracted high-marked students from other provinces. Shantou University business school admits overseas students from all over the world,, such as Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Korea, Japan and Thailand, which optimizes the student’s structure. Business School walks out, communicates and cooperates with well-known universities in the world, promotes to learn globally and to implement student exchanges programs, and contributes to offer more chances for our students to exchange with overseas Business School.

International Connections 
STU has established close relationship with almost 20 international universities from such countries as USA, UK, France, Japan, Russia, Australia and Germany, etc. Quite a number of exchange programs for graduate and postgraduate students have been offered. 
Business School encourages and supports young faculty members to work at leading business schools abroad for course development. It builds and expands the academic exchange network. It has close cooperation with business schools in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Asian-Pacific region and North America. 
 
Faculty 
Business School has 59 full-time faculty members including 19 professors, 35 associate professors, and 5  lecturers. 76 percent of faculty members hold Ph.D. degrees, and more than half have studied abroad. Business School also invites famous scholars  and enterprise executives  as part-time professors.