SHNU Recruiting for ‘Oriental Scholars’ and ‘Shenjiang Scholars’


1. Brief introduction of SHNU
Founded in 1954, Shanghai Normal University (SHNU) is a key local university with comprehensive disciplines covering humanities, social sciences, natural and applied sciences, and engineering. It has salient features of teacher training and particular strength in liberal arts, well geared to the economic and cultural development of the international metropolis of Shanghai.
The university has 84 undergraduate majors, offers doctorate degrees in 6 first-level disciplines and 42 second-level disciplines, runs 7 post-doctoral mobile stations and awards master degrees in 29 first-level disciplines and 154 second-level disciplines and bachelor degrees in 84 disciplines. 140,000 students have graduated from the university and served the society on different job positions.
Now SHNU boasts one University Key Research Base of Basic Liberal Arts Subjects of Humanities and Social Sciences, one national-level key discipline, one key research base for Humanities and Social Sciences funded by the Ministry of Education, two key laboratories of Shanghai Municipal Government and three E-research institutes in Shanghai tertiary educational institutions.
In order to cultivate high-level talents, promote the scientific researches and strengthen the disciplinary construction of the university, we sincerely welcome academic talents both at home and join SHNU and contribute to further development of the university.
2.Disciplines and Fields of Recruitment :
Priority Fields of Recruitment
Contemporary Western Philosophy
Western Economics, Industrial Economy
Political Science
Political Theory, Foreign Research of Marxism
Principles of Pedagogy, Comparative Education
Basic Psychology
Chinese Language and Literature
Comparative Literature and World Literature, Ancient Chinese Literature, Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
World History
Fundamental Mathematics
Organic Chemistry, Polymeric Chemistry
Human Geography, Geographical Information System
Botany, Molecular Biology
Computer Science and Technology
Computer Software and Theory
Environmental Science and Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Public Management
Administrative Management, Educational Economy and Management
Business Administration
Tourism Management