When researching which university to apply to, it can be tricky to find out which institution is the best option for a particular subject. The 2012 rankings of Chinese universities by subject were released by China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Development Center (CDGDC) on Jan. 29, 2013. Sichuan University tops the list for dentistry study among the 25 participants in this field, with an overall score of 96.
The evaluation was carried out over the course of one full year and covered 4,235 disciplines across 391 Chinese universities and institutions. Objective indicators and subjective opinions were both included, based on the public data released by government sectors and social institutions, as well as the participants’ application materials. The opinions of professionals, government officials and other people from various business circles were also taken into consideration.
This is the third evaluation for particular subjects in the past ten years. The previous ones took place in 2004 and 2008, respectively.
The following are the top 10 Chinese universities for dentistry study, 2012.
No.1: Sichuan Univeristy（四川大学）Overall score: 96
No．2: Shanghai Jiao Tong University（上海交通大学）Overall score: 85
No．3: Wuhan University（武汉大学）Overall score: 82
No．3: Peking University（北京大学）Overall score: 82
No． 5: Sun Yat-sen University（中山大学） Overall score: 75
No.6: Nanjing Medical University（南京医科大学）Overall score: 74
No.6: Capital Medical University（首都医科大学）Overall score: 74
No.8: Zhejiang University（浙江大学）Overall score: 71
No.8: China Medical university（中国医科大学）Overall score: 71
No.10: Tianjin Medical University（天津医科大学）Overall score: 69
No.10: Shandong University（山东大学）Overall score: 69
No.10: Tongji University（同济大学）Overall score: 69
No.10: Jilin University（吉林大学） Overall score: 69
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