|Beijing Teacher's College|
|Party Secretary||Zheng E|
|Campus||Urban, 88 ha (217.5 acres)|
Capital Normal University (, pinyin: Sh?ud? Sh?fàn Dàxué, or for short) is a university in Beijing, China. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First Class Discipline University, with Double First Class status in certain disciplines.
Capital Normal University was founded in 1954. Previously called Beijing Teacher's College, it was renamed Capital Normal University in 1993. Its current president is Meng Fanhua.
Capital Normal University consists of 28 colleges and department. These include:
The University has more than 31,086 students, including 10,763 undergraduates, 6,411 graduate students, 11,993 adult students, and 1,352 foreign students. Undergraduates can choose from 41 different majors.
Capital Normal University comprises eight campuses, most located on the Third Ring Road in Beijing. The southern campus, the headquarters, houses the majority of CNU's academic programs. The North 1 campus houses the College of International Culture. The North 2 campus houses the College of Information Engineering. The East 1 campus houses the College of Education. The LiangXiang campus houses the Department of Fundamental Education for freshman.
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