Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GDUFS) is a key provincial high-tier university in South China consisting of three campuses spread across 153 hectares.
The university was created through a merger in 1995 of the Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Languages and the Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Trade. The university offers 61 undergraduate programs in eight disciplines: literature, economics, management, law, engineering, science, education and art studies.
Teaching 18 foreign languages, it leads South China in the research of foreign languages and cultures, overseas economy and trade and international strategies.
The school has established close ties with a host of international organizations and leading academic agencies. As South China’s first university to sign a cooperation memorandum with the United Nations, it is one of the world’s 21 universities qualified to supply competent interpreters and translators to the international organization. It is also the only university of foreign language studies in China that is included in Campus Asia.
A stone carved with the name of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. [Photo/ gdufs.edu.cn]
Address: No.2 Baiyun Dadao Bei, Baiyun District, Guangzhou