The China-EU School of Law is located at the China University of Political Science and Law’s Changping campus. The Changping district is a suburb in northern Beijing. Major attractions such as theMing Tombs and Jundu Mountain Range are only 15 - 30 minutes from campus.Great Wall is about 1,5 hours by bus from campus. Changping is also the ideal base for exploring Beijing, one of the world’s most exciting cities. The city centreis only a 45-minute subway ride away from campus.
Eight classrooms equipped with the latest technology facilitate efficient teaching. The university has a Student Activity Centre where the Student Union organises activities and a University Hall which is the location for celebrations, galas, movie nights and other entertainment activities and lectures. The cafeteria on Changping campus helps to connect all members of the CESL community and foster an informal atmosphere at the law school.
Vienna, Bologna, Krakow,… In addition to Changping campus, the China-EU School of Law’s Master of European and International Law students also spent several weeks up to two months for elective courses at the beautiful campuses of our European partner universities.
Shopping and Eating
A shopping centre, banks, a post office, hotels and restaurants are all within walking distance. The new Changping Waterfront Forest Park , is a popular place to stroll around.
Outside the classroom, into your sports shoes: there are eight courts for Badminton inside Qiyun Stadium and plenty more.
International students will be provided accommodation in the dormitory at the International Exchange Centre at Changping Campus. A standard room is shared by four students. It costs approximately 5,250 yuan per person per academic year. Students can also live in an apartment close to campus. A small apartment costs approximately 3,500 yuan per month. For living expenses – food, books, medical insurance, transportation, social activities etc. – international students usually spent around 2,500 yuan per month.
Changping campus is bursting with sports facilities: tennis courts, basketball courts, a football pitch, a volleyball court, a gym, track and field, table tennis and badminton. Staff and students have access to all facilities.
Wireless internet on campus
A wireless network allows students to access the university network and internet from anywhere on campus.
More information, including transportation and health, is available in the China-EU School of Law’s International Student Guide here.